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We’re not going to lie, there is something alluring about Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick’s piercing eyes and brooding grin. If he were to ask one of the Styleite ladies out for a nice drink at some Manhattan hotel bar, we wouldn’t pass the chance – well, up until we read his interview with MTV Style, in which he confesses his personal affinity for wearing banana hammocks as his choice in swim wear.
Taylor Momsen’s character on Gossip Girl may design clothes that she wants her peers to wear, but don’t you dare copy Little J’s style in real life. She thinks it’s creepy.
Can you picture Nate Archibald…I mean, Chace Crawford, guzzling down double espressos to make a deadline before the next month’s big issue is slated to go to print? We all know Chace as the character in Gossip Girl who knows how to dress — and now he’s taking his fashion sense to a new level by guest editing Grazia Daily for the week.
On Friday, WWD announced Meester’s latest project; the Gossip Girl starlet is Herbal Essences’ new global ambassador. The role will feature her in the company’s advertisements, on their website, and on their Facebook page.
Gossip Girl and fashion go hand in hand. Not an episode goes by without drooling over one of Blaire’s parisian-chic coats or Serena’s sexy couture minis. The cast has influenced the way viewers dress and even given designers an idea or two (remember Anna Sui’s Gossip Girl-inspired collection for Target?) Now, designer Matthew Williamson wants in on the gossip.
There’s always been something oddly intriguing about wearing a uniform. Today, WWD showcased three prep schools with a fashionably aware student body — Phillips Academy, Milton Academy, and Concord Academy. These schools may not have a uniform, but the girls are undoubtedly restricted to an official school dress code, as well as an unofficial one — which is directed by their prep school peers.