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You can’t choose your family but you can choose your friends. Especially when you’re the Proenza Schouler boys and have a flock of sartorial elites practically falling at your feet.
Festival-lover and recent Topshop collaborator Kate Bosworth is always a good source for fashion inspiration. She recently wore this Topshop Chiffon Lace Midi Slip with a vest and Ray-Ban aviators to a concert, and we’re keen on copying the look. Did we mention it’s only $70?
While the week’s biggest red carpet is done and dusted, Hollywood’s style stars were out on the town yesterday, decked out yet again in designer duds. So how did Anne Hathaway, Kate Bosworth, Sarah Jessica Parker, and more measure up? Let’s take a look.
We’re not sure we’ve ever seen Kate Bosworth make a major fashion mistake. Whether she’s sporting jeans and an oversized sweater or donning a sleek black sheath, she’s undeniably, effortlessly, and outrageously gorgeous always.
As Sundance Film Festival continues on its merry way down in Utah, celebrities like Kate Bosworth, Elizabeth Olsen, and Dakota Fanning stepped out yesterday to pose for the cameras and promote their new movies. In NYC, a handful of stars braved the chilly temps to take in screenings and fête their latest projects, while in Los Angeles, many donned skimpy frocks and strappy sandals because it’s California and they can do things like that. Not that we’re jealous or anything.
Award show season is upon us once again, which means Hollywood’s pretty people are gearing up for some of the biggest red carpets of the year, and while this weekend’s events didn’t bring anything too showstopping, there were still a couple of winners that we hope foretell some major moments in the weeks to come.
The first weekend of Coachella is already over, and even though we’re still depressed that we couldn’t jet to California, we can still check out the fashion in all its fringe-y, crop-y, super layered glory from the comforts of our office.
Kate Bosworth is always impeccably dressed and flawlessly complected, but it was her soft, slightly waved hairstyle, which she wore at a recent event feting Charlie Chaplin, that stood out most. This lightly textured coiffure is surprisingly easy to do at home; as it turns out, it’s all in the sectioning.
Today’s StyleDish brings us more of that ever entertaining Models With Food trend, but this time without the eating part. Rather than ingest her ice cream, Lindsey Wixson uses it to cool her eye. Also in news, J. Crew is set to show at the Lincoln Center during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and Trina Turk spills the deets about her latest trip to Turkey. Enjoy!
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.
You know how some actresses always seem to want to branch out into other artistic territory? Actress-slash-model, actress-slash-designer and actress-slash-dancer? Well none of them have anything on the classic combination of actress-slash-singer, and Kate Bosworth, she of the multicolored eyes and knockout red carpet sensibility, is casting her name into that net.
Coachella is all about music, obviously, but it’s also all about FASHION. The festival is a veritable celeb playground, crawling with actors and musicians and reality stars all in their weekend-in-the-desert best.
What to say about Calvin Klein that hasn’t already been said? Francisco Costa‘s minimalist-with-a-textured-twist take on fall clothing was signature CK, but with baggier proportions and unabashedly ’90s platform shoes.
Despite the ever present line to get in, we tend to view the Milly show as a form of fashion week respite: we’ll have a seat, the clothes will be pretty and decidedly wearable, and there will be at least two friendly celebrity faces in the front row. On Wednesday, those faces were Louise Roe and Kristin Chenoweth, who couldn’t have been kinder and who seemed (at least when we saw them) relatively unmobbed considering their seat assignments.
The festive season is indeed upon on — there were so many events that went down this weekend! While we stayed in our sweats and blogged about Willow, Hollywood’s elite put on their finest frocks and partied like it was almost 2011.
The turnout for MOCA‘s (the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, that is) annual galas are usually pretty impressive, and this year was no different. The crowd was especially well-dressed for the event, perhaps due in part to the fact that Chanel‘s fine jewelry division sponsored the evening.
On Thursday, Melissa George, Kate Bosworth, Jennifer Connelly, and Leighton Meester all stepped out in style to celebrate The Fashion Group International’s 27th annual Night Of Stars awards. Who do you think was best dressed?
There’s a little part of us, way deep inside, that feels terrible for sitting on our couch on a rainy Monday night and going through photos of our favorite bold-faced names and judging them purely on their looks. But then we see the Ms. Havisham monstrosity that Kirsten Dunst chose to wore and we shove that part even deeper down inside and carry on our merry, judge-y way. What follows are the most lackluster looks from tonight’s Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala.