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It’s Friday and you know what that means: it’s time to announce this week’s winner of our Style Sheets Guerlain Giveaway, courtesy of none other than Rachel Zoe, star of The Rachel Zoe Project and founder of The Zoe Report. (Don’t worry — you still have one more chance to win!)
Flattering on few, with a severe tendency to look tacky, jumpsuits are generally best left alone. But every now and then, Kate Moss wears one that makes every other jumpsuit pale in comparison, and all past sins are forgiven.
Brad Goreski hasn’t been a style star in his own right for that long, but now that his sartorial sensibility warrants love from The New York Times and inspires copycat acts everywhere, we thought it might be the right time to take a look back at the clothes that made the man. For starters, this was him in 2003.
It’s been a while since we’ve taken a look at Michelle Obama’s sartorial choices, but in light of the way the First Lady — in the words of Rachel Zoe — shut it down this weekend, we couldn’t help ourselves.
t’s Friday and you know what that means: it’s time to announce this week’s winner of our Style Sheets Guerlain Giveaway, courtesy of none other than Rachel Zoe, star of The Rachel Zoe Project and founder of The Zoe Report. (Don’t worry — you still have two more chances to win!)
It’s official. The printed gown Christina Hendricks‘ wore to Wednesday’s premiere of her husband’s film, Devil, is the most beautiful thing we’ve seen her wear, well, ever.
As predicted, Lady Gaga stunned on Sunday night’s MTV Video Music Awards red carpet. Amid the chaos of fashion week and the sartorial disasters that were the rest of the attendees, Gaga stepped out in a breath-taking, baroque, and statuesque gown from Alexander McQueen‘s final collection — headpiece and all.
Between all the brouhaha surround New York Fashion Week, Fashion’s Night Out, and the Toronto Film Festival, one wouldn’t be remiss in forgetting all about Venice. But contrary to popular belief, the Venice Film Festival has been trucking along at a very fashionable rate, complete with today’s closing ceremony. Now that it’s finally over, we’ve collected our thoughts — and our judgements! — and put together a gallery of what we think are some of Venice’s most fashionable moments. Who do you think was best dressed?
It’s Friday and you know what that means: it’s time to announce this week’s winner of our Style Sheets Guerlain Giveaway, courtesy of none other than Rachel Zoe, star of The Rachel Zoe Project and founder of The Zoe Report. (Don’t worry — you still have three more chances to win!)
It’s Friday and, while we’ve never been happier to type those words, today is an extra special Friday because we get to announce the first — yes, first: you still have four more chances to win! — winner of our Style Sheets Guerlain Giveaway, courtesy of none other than Rachel Zoe, star of The Rachel Zoe Project and founder of The Zoe Report.
On Wednesday, Jessica Alba attended the Los Angeles screening of her new film “Machete” in a gold and black striped, bold shouldered Balmain mini-dress which she paired with sky-high cut-out Louboutins. We love this look, but what do you think?
You know what they say about a man in uniform — well, the same can now officially be said for women. A tidbit in the New York Post this morning highlighted the fact that designer Donna Karan and former model Christie Brinkley showed up to the same Hamptons soiree wearing the same dress. What the Post failed to highlight was the fact that Karan has been wearing the same dress all summer.
The Annual Creative Arts Emmys is not generally thought of as the height of red carpet season. But last night, Christina Hendricks upped the for the event, and we wouldn’t be surprised if the attendees of next year’s event look a little more refined than they did this year.
Drew Barrymore stepped out Thursday night for the London premiere of her new movie, “Going The Distance”, and true to form, kept it quirky, casual, and super cute.
Julia Roberts wore a floral patterned Dries van Noten frock to attend an “Eat, Pray, Love” press conference in Tokyo today. And while the dress was undeniably gorgeous, we were too distracted by its uncanny resemblance to the Sony Pictures backdrop. Coincidence?
We’ve been giving Angelina Jolie a rough time of late, harping on her for wearing too little color or for shrouding her figure in sack-waisted dresses. Now, either the fashion gods are listening — or Jolie’s stylist is, because she showed up for the Paris premiere of Salt in a shimmering, creamy white cocktail dress with a deep v-neck, nipped waist, and asymmetrical straps. We’ll forgo the color if she continues to look like this.
Normally, when we think of the sartorial choices at the Miss Universe pageant, over-sequined evening gowns and and tired pastel-colored bikinis are the first things that come to mind. But let us not forget that at this level of competition, contestants have to represent their nations as well as themselves, and one of the many ways they do that is by wearing a national costume.
We love the New York Times Magazine’s fashion blog The Moment for a lot of reasons. They hit the perfect note of earnestness and tongue-in-cheek, and they offer just enough super insidery and artsy info to make us feel smarter without completely putting us off. And today they posted an item that may just be their best yet. It’s about a mysterious Alexander McQueen dress that wasn’t shown as part of the late designer’s final collection.
Hollywood loves an excuse for an awards show, and though we don’t know much about the Breakthrough of the Year Awards — or who won, for that matter — we do know that the usual suspects turned out in full force. Some looked good, some looked great, and some looked like they were wearing a rumpled satin bedsheet for a dress.
Carmen Electra is probably never going to stop being sexy. But for some reason, we don’t know what to think of the dress she wore to last night’s WWE/ Muscular Dystrophy Association Summer Slam Kickoff Party. What do you think?