From Anna Kendrick's Fjallraven backpack to costume designer Jacqueline Demeterio's own 2011-era Acne and Balenciaga moto jackets.
Award winning costume designer Renée Ehrlich Kalfus also dishes on Anna Kendrick's mommy vlogger cat socks and florals in the upcoming suspense thriller.
Eight actresses are featured on the publication's Nov. 2016 covers, which you can experience via augmented reality.
Because the photo calls are just as chic as the red carpet.
The actress spoke about shooting the upcoming season of "Girls" in Japan at a Kate Spade screening and dinner on Monday.
The actress used Twitter as her distraction during a recent closet purge.
Costume designer Salvador Pérez on the Barden Bellas's tearaway track pants, Hailee Steinfeld's freshman wardrobe and Rebel Wilson's epic wardrobe malfunction.
And Coach's acquisition of Stuart Weitzman is complete.
And Paper has released its list of the Most Beautiful People of 2015.
It wasn't just Old Hollywood waves this year.
And some American Apparel executives are none too pleased with Dov Charney's firing.
The costume and hair designers of "Into the Woods" tell us how they made the magic happen.
From Rihanna to Alexa Chung, pretty much everyone killed it.
Naomi Campbell, Christopher Bailey and Suki Waterhouse also graced the red carpet.
And Gwyneth Paltrow says Furbys are back in style!
And Nike hints at a collaboration with Apple.
And Kate Upton had her birthday at a tiki bar.
From sheer lace to sexy cutouts to superhero-like arm gear (we're looking at you, Sienna Miller), there were plenty of ensembles that had us talking.
Including some very out-of-context "Orange Is the New Black" and "Game of Thrones" cast members.
Amidst the actual circus enviro that was Coach's annual Summer Party on the High Line, we managed to wrangle in model Chrissy Teigen for a few minutes to talk about her Twitter regrets, her elaborately braided 'do, and what it's really like to get interviewed by Oprah.