We think maybe she needs a nice, long vacation.
And Taylor Schilling rocks some serious orange (... Is the New Black) on the cover of 'Allure.'
Despite the downpour, yesterday evening's launch of Amazon.com's new private sale website, MYHABIT.com, boasted an impressive roster of boldfaced names. Everyone from super stylist Mary Alice Stephenson to designers Rebecca Minkoff and Charlotte Ronson to Disney sweetheart Vanessa Hudgens turned up for the fête. All sported perfectly-coiffed hair (celebs--they're not just like us!). The site, which offers major markdowns on designer duds, has smartly upped their fashion cred by teaming with the CFDA. Accordingly, both the organization's Executive Director Steven Kolb and President Diane von Furstenberg were out to support the site.
In an era when the headline "Is Couture Dead?" runs in newspapers and on websites nearly every fashion week, Giambattista Valli is saying phooey to those notions. Indeed, the designer will show his first haute couture collection this July at the medium's bi-annual event in Paris. The show, taking place in the Galerie de la Madeleine--home to Valli's new store and studio--is part of the official Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week calendar. No easy feat for a newbie. (It's unclear whether that means Valli has already been accepted into the Chambre syndicale de la haute couture, but we're assuming it does if he is to be listed on the official calendar.)
If I could build a "Forever Wardrobe" like Plum Sykes does in this month's Vogue, it'd be topped off with one of Bottega Veneta's woven clutches. I le