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Hats off to this year’s honorees on Forbes‘ 30 Under 30 list! Every year, the magazine rounds up the brightest stars in fields like media, technology, and finance, and 2012′s selection boasts some very deserving names.
WSJ. threw a huge bash at the MoMA Thursday night to celebrate the work of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, honoring them with the publication’s ‘Innovator of the Year’ award for the second time for their ”monastic classicism that’s redefining American luxury”. Did you hear that, guys? Expensive furry backpacks are the new American luxury! But joking aside and on to the important stuff — everyone showed up in awesome clothes!
Peep some of the designs and drawings from UK fashion illustrator Hayden Wiliams, who is apparently Rihanna’s “boo.”
Chanel‘s Little Black Jacket exhibit was only in New York for a short week, and it’s currently halfway around the world in Taipei. But don’t sweat it if you missed the photo exhibit because you can pre-order a copy of the Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld-styled tome here. However, we’re fans of instant gratification here at Styleite, so with the help of our friends at Chanel, we’ve curated an LBJ exhibit of our own.
The CFDA Awards are the fashion world’s version of the Oscars, which means there are winners and losers and lots of red carpet action. Who walked away with Trovas?
Are you a Mary-Kate or an Ashley? The Olsen sisters have April cover duty over at Elle UK, which means we need to hold a full-blown, all-out TWIN BATTLE ROYALE. Or, you know, take a poll. So, who do you like best — Ashley in a bejeweled Dolce & Gabbana dress or Mary-Kate in a [...]
Sisters (like, actual blood-related sisters who grew up under the same roof) are doing it for themselves. The 2011 edition of Vogue‘s Best Dressed issue is dedicated to superstar siblings from all over the world, and everyone’s favorite designing duo, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, sit front and center on the issue’s cover.
For a brief moment this fall, it looked like anklets were going to be the next big thing. The Olsens sported them at various fashion shows, as did the kickass Princess Sirivannavari. We can’t say we’ve seen a lot of ankle adornment since, but just in case you want to help make
fetch anklets happen, grab yourself one of the $4,000 Ileana Makri for The Row pieces!
This was the week of model lawsuits, Vogue Photoshop abuse, and offensive advertising. We also learned about Fashion’s Night Out plans and September issues. And did you know Sarah Palin had polka-dotted toenails?
Sometimes you have to treat yourself to fancy things. You know, splurge some, live a little, etc. So, what should you do with that extra $30K or so you have lying around? Obviously you need to get yourself an exotic skin bag made by a celebrity designer. BUT WHICH ONE?! You have two feasible options. We will present both.
When we saw Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen‘s latest video, it made us nostalgic for the Olsen videos of yore. They sang! They wore silly outfits! They totally ruled!
Leave it to the Olsens to make Toms the latest fetishized footwear. What started out as a simple canvas espadrille has expanded to include corduroy, sequins, and now even cashmere, thanks to a recent collaboration with Mary-Kate and Ashley.
If we could have it our way, we’d wear our chunkiest sweater and favorite boots year round. Wouldn’t it be perfect if these easy-to-wear staples were in style, regardless of the season? Well, now they are, thanks to a handful of celebrity trendsetters. Pairing cold-weather pieces with lighter wear heightens your outfit from the traditional to the unexpected, effectively accomplishing the ever-so-difficult task of being stylish in the summer heat.
From matching capris and bucket hats to having their own successful, high fashion labels, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen have come a long way in the fashion world — but have never relinquished their titles as trendsetters. These women are responsible for starting some of the most popular trends of our generation: scarves, Balenciaga, and fur, oh my! Here’s a look at five Olsen-inspired trends that have rocked the fashion world.
Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen won’t find out if they won the CFDA’s award for Emerging Talent until the ceremony next week, but the press they got in today’s issue of Women’s Wear Daily says it all. The industry paper dedicated no less than four articles to the duo, the best of which is a lengthy profile by Bridget Foley in which the sisters “wax rapturous” about Alexander McQueen and Foley waxes equally rapturous about the insanely awesome gifts they give each other.
Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen may be the former stars of one of the ’90s most beloved family sitcoms, the CEOs of multiple companies, and CFDA award winning designers, but they’re probably still best known for pioneering the granny chic trend that would go on to sweep the nation and forever change the way we layered. In a wide ranging interview with Style.com’s Dirk Standen, the pair finally reveal where that look came from.
We’re starting to get the idea that there’s nothing the Olsen twins can’t do in the world of fashion. Because just a few short years after carefully establishing a really successful fashion empire, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have announced they’re taking their show online. The twins announced today that they’re starting what is basically an Internet-based fashion of-the-month-club that will give its users a customizable shopping experience.
Lots of brands and individuals in the fashion industry have been quick to find ways to donate money to the people and institutions still reeling from the tsunami and earthquake that struck Japan last month. But strength lies in numbers, which is why we’re especially excited by the way members of the Council of Fashion Designers of America have banded together to auction off over 100 fashion-filled lots and prizes, like front row seats at fashion shows and meetings with some of our favorite designers. All of the proceeds will go to benefit The Japan Society, and we’ve included some of our favorite lots in this post. The auction started on Charity Buzz yesterday and will close on April 28th. Which lots are you bidding on?