There are so many ways to wear pants next season. Let Solange, Maria Sharapova and Jordana Brewster show you how.
And a limited edition of Kim Kardashian's "Selfish" goes on sale Thursday.
It was all about lavenders and florals for ladies like Rihanna and Dakota Fanning.
Editorialist, the new online mag/ecommerce hybrid founded by former Elle accessories editors Kate Davidson Hudson and Stefania Allen, has just debuted its second issue. And they're already nabbing some pretty big names for such a new venture--namely actress Jordana Brewster and Nineties icon Veronica Webb.
more Dolce & Gabbana's PR team was certainly busy this week. Four of our best dressed ladies are looking lovely in the label. We also have another ver
Rebecca Taylor is nothing if not a girl's girl, and she certainly knows how to please the ruffle-loving crowd. Exhibit A? Clad in appropriately embellished numbers, Louise Roe, Jordana Brewster, Ashley Tisdale, and (shocker!) Sophia Bush all sat front-row. Still, the designer opted for a more eccentric, even slightly subversive--for her, mind you--direction this particular season. Rather than being worn traditionally as looped necklaces, for instance, long strands of pearls finished with a single colorful tassel were slung cross-body like a fancypants sash. I, for one, dug the look, and may even have to rock my favorite pearls in similar form sometime soon. Snakeskin-patterned leather popped up, too--here as a peplum apron top, there as a cropped cardi-jacket, and it all looked nicely finished. Continuing their winning streak after being declared the embellishment du jour at Prada's fall show, champagne-colored paillettes appeared on tons of knit separates. They looked particularly cool on the open-weave cross-back tanks that showed a flash of skin in back--risqué, Rebecca!
more Making our list this week are celebs who went for a simple and polished look, and still managed to stand out. It was refreshing to see Lady Gaga