Fashion News Roundup: The Cost of a Red Carpet Moment, Cathy Horyn on Award Season Style, and Elizabeth Olsen Covers ASOS

The Cost of a Red Carpet Moment: Every celebrity dreams of making a best-dressed list, but how much does it cost? NY Mag breaks down Charlize Theron's Golden Globe look, from makeup to the gown. The results are pretty incredible. {New York} Why Cathy Horyn Should Be a Stylist: Horyn says that the whole red carpet process mystifies her and states she would tell an actress to wear "something chic but completely under the radar," like Yohji Yamamoto. While she thinks this would make her a terrible stylist, a little more risk on the red carpet wouldn't kill anyone. {The Cut} Elizabeth Olsen Wears Sisters' Line to Cover ASOS Magazine: In a somewhat meta-move, the latest Olsen style-star sports an Elizabeth and James blouse on the cover of ASOS. Indie's newest darling looks ready for spring in the spread shot at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. She talks about Woody Allen, and of course, her famous twin sisters. {FabSugar} NFL Star Wants to Attend NYFW: There's got to be a good "catwalk" joke in here somewhere. Infamous Philadelphia Eagle Michael Vick has apparently been requesting Fashion Week invites. We're guessing he won't be spotted front row anytime soon, as one source says they are "curious who will have him." {NY Post}
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The Cost of a Red Carpet Moment: Every celebrity dreams of making a best-dressed list, but how much does it cost? NY Mag breaks down Charlize Theron's Golden Globe look, from makeup to the gown. The results are pretty incredible. {New York} Why Cathy Horyn Should Be a Stylist: Horyn says that the whole red carpet process mystifies her and states she would tell an actress to wear "something chic but completely under the radar," like Yohji Yamamoto. While she thinks this would make her a terrible stylist, a little more risk on the red carpet wouldn't kill anyone. {The Cut} Elizabeth Olsen Wears Sisters' Line to Cover ASOS Magazine: In a somewhat meta-move, the latest Olsen style-star sports an Elizabeth and James blouse on the cover of ASOS. Indie's newest darling looks ready for spring in the spread shot at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. She talks about Woody Allen, and of course, her famous twin sisters. {FabSugar} NFL Star Wants to Attend NYFW: There's got to be a good "catwalk" joke in here somewhere. Infamous Philadelphia Eagle Michael Vick has apparently been requesting Fashion Week invites. We're guessing he won't be spotted front row anytime soon, as one source says they are "curious who will have him." {NY Post}
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The Cost of a Red Carpet Moment: Every celebrity dreams of making a best-dressed list, but how much does it cost? NY Mag breaks down Charlize Theron's Golden Globe look, from makeup to the gown. The results are pretty incredible. {New York}

Why Cathy Horyn Should Be a Stylist: Horyn says that the whole red carpet process mystifies her and states she would tell an actress to wear "something chic but completely under the radar," like Yohji Yamamoto. While she thinks this would make her a terrible stylist, a little more risk on the red carpet wouldn't kill anyone. {The Cut}

Elizabeth Olsen Wears Sisters' Line to Cover ASOS Magazine: In a somewhat meta-move, the latest Olsen style-star sports an Elizabeth and James blouse on the cover of ASOS. Indie's newest darling looks ready for spring in the spread shot at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. She talks about Woody Allen, and of course, her famous twin sisters. {FabSugar}

NFL Star Wants to Attend NYFW: There's got to be a good "catwalk" joke in here somewhere. Infamous Philadelphia Eagle Michael Vick has apparently been requesting Fashion Week invites. We're guessing he won't be spotted front row anytime soon, as one source says they are "curious who will have him." {NY Post}

Manolo Blahnik on Manolo Blahnik: The shoe designer discusses his work in this Wall Street Journal profile. He is definitely not short on opinions, explaining his refusal of a mass market brand and why he won't bow to trends. He says he is sure someone in his factory will "try to murder" him for never being satisfied. Let's hope not! {WSJ}

Sandro Teams Up with Dree Hemingway: After opening their first stateside shop last month, Sandro plans to let a little Americana into their French goods. Model Dree Hemingway has been tapped to design a 10 piece capsule collection for Spring '12. Says Hemingway, “The inspiration was growing up in Idaho and men’s rock climbing books from the seventies.” {Style}

W Hotels Host Street Style Exhibition: "Scene on the Street" is the name of this exhibition to appear at W Times Square this Thursday. It's a collaboration between Adam Katz Sinding, Elle's Sydney Wasserman, and W Hotels, obviously. Refinery29 has a slideshow of some of the photos, and they look pretty awesome. Bonus points for an Alexa appearance. {Refinery29}

A New Style Icon On the Way?: Sienna Miller's sister Savannah has confirmed that Sienna is in fact expecting her first child with boyfriend Tom Sturridge. Congratulations Sienna! Hopefully it will be a little girl worthy of her own Tumblr. (Watch out Harper Beckham!) {Vogue UK}

"I Thought it Reeked.": Thirteen fragrance companies have been slammed with more than 40 million euros in fines after being found guilty in a Paris Appeals Court of price fixing. The court is upholding a 2006 decision by the Competition Authority, which affects brands like Chanel and Hermès, amongst other major fragrance players. Distributors include Sephora and French store Marionnaud. {Perfume Shrine}