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If there’s one thing we’ve learned from Emma Watson’s strong red carpet showings this season, it’s that she is essentially the antithesis of her Bling Ring character Nicki. The film’s New York premiere last night brought even more proof as the actress kept it crisp and chic with a shellacked low bun, crimson lips, LBD, and one very sleek pair of Christian Louboutins. It seems Watson is proving herself to be quite the master of minimalism.
Sofia Coppola is anything but ostentatious. The woman wore Marc Jacobs pajamas to the MET Gala this year for crying out loud. So what is it then, that drew the understating fashion-forward director towards a story of teenagers who became famous for robbing the homes of Hollywood elite?
Anna Sui‘s runway is one that we look forward to each season because it’s genuinely a lot of fun. Happy models, pretty clothes, a chill atmosphere, and BS-free front row — now that’s our kind of show. Last night, Sui did what she does best with a great collection of clothes inspired by the ’60s in France, and a big group of top models.
Marni’s H&M collaboration hits stores on Thursday, which means the brand has less than four days left to whet your shopping appetite. Case in point: this official video featuring Marni-approved celebs picking out and modeling their favorite looks from the line.
We feel that some of you might not be appropriately excited about the forthcoming Marni at H&M collection. And to ameliorate that, we think you should take a look at the dreamy, Sofia Coppola-directed commercial that’s just been released.
Last night’s premiere of The Iron Lady was a rather restrained affair, at least as far as the red carpet was concerned.
What would a Versace for H&M fashion show be without tons and tons of celebrities?
Sofia Coppola got married yesterday, and — in true Sofia style — her wedding dress totally ruled.
We love Natalie Portman‘s Miss Dior Cherie print ad (we may have called it “the most flawless perfume ad in the history of perfume ads,” in fact), so it’s no surprise that we dig her new commercial for the fragrance, too.
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.
On Thursday night, Alber Elbaz and his game-changing collection for Lanvin Hearts H&M checked into New York City’s Pierre Hotel, where fashionistas, fashion bloggers, and fashion designers feted the line’s launch with a couture show and shopping party fit for a queen.
Last night Elle celebrated Tinseltown’s elite at their Women in Hollywood celebration. Vets like Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn mixed with the younger set, which included Mad Men‘s adorable Kiernan Shipka (who looked like she walked right off the set in her retro frock). The fashionable crowd included Sofia Coppola (classy in black and white), Rachel Zoe (fabulous in fur), Gwyneth Paltrow (punchy in tangerine) and many more.
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?