As celebs like Lily James and Emily Ratajkowski demonstrate, it's all about dark hues and autumnal fabrics.
And definitive proof that pizza works as a street style accessory, courtesy of Tommy Ton.
Enough about the Golden Globes and Critics' Choice Awards -- here are all the looks you haven't seen.
While the VMAs may have been this week's most talked about red carpet, there was much more "fashion" in other parts of the world. Carey Mulligan and Mia Wasikowska, in Miu Miu and Proenza respectively, rocked the Venice red carpets; Leah Seydoux stunned in Louis Vouitton in Paris; and the First Lady was a vision in Tracy Reese in D.C. Click through for all that and the rest of this week's best dressed!
While most people bid farewell to summer with barbecues and back-to-school shopping, Hollywood's A-list flocks to Italy for the Venice Film Festival
Ann Romney Gets No Fashion Love: Outspoken Democrat Diane von Furstenberg admitted that she's "not sure" how Anne Romney obtained one of her dresses to wear to a rally, and the fashion PR establishment has been pretty silent on the First Lady hopeful's outfit choices. Why won't the fashion industry embrace Anne Romney? Erin Heatherton on Photoshop: Victoria's Secret is no stranger to Photoshop scandals. Their very own angel Erin Heatherton let us know how she really feels about all the Photoshop fuss. All The Pretty Colors: We mapped out fashion month by color to show you which color trends to expect from each city, and which hues will be big next spring. The visuals are awesome!
For its November issue, W is celebrating its 40th anniversary with four special oversized covers--each of which pays tribute to one decade in the magazine's history. Shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Edward Enninful, the covers and corresponding editorial feature Rooney Mara, Mia Wasikowska, Scarlett Johansson, and Keira Knightley all made up to look like they just stepped out of the '70s, '80s, '90s and Aughts, respectively.
Vanity Fair's 2012 Hollywood issue is here, and it's jam-packed with stylish and talented actresses. This is the first-ever VF Hollywood cover that M
Surprise! Miu Miu has chosen 22-year-old actress Mia Wasikowska to front their spring/summer 2012 campaign. She replaces then-14-year-old Hailee Stein
This week, the beautiful Julianne Moore wore a gorgeous Erdem gown while Camilla Belle kept it short and sweet in Dior. Kirsten Dunst took a casual stroll through SoHo in an awesome Miu Miu dress while another blond rocked the red carpet in blue Rodarte. Freida Pinto can't not look gorgeous, but this Oscar de la Renta number certainly doesn't hurt.