Hilary Duff’s Rag & Bone/JEAN Shredded Zipper Distressed Capri And Rag & Bone ‘Harrow’ Crocodile-Embossed Ankle Boots
Rag & Bone Boots
Saks.com Where: Out & About, California
Credit: Bauer Griffin
Karl Alley cap
Her Velvet Vase jacket
Proenza Schouler bag
Lucky me! My first time in Tokyo and I already saw Sakura- well, one Sakura tree, but it’s totally fine with me. I can’t even explain to you what I felt when I saw cherry blossoms. We told our Cool Japan/ 100 Tokyo tour guides to find us Sakura since we came a few weeks in advance before their actual bloom. Good thing we went to Shinjuku Gyoen Park and found a Sakura tree there- yes, only one tree but worth driving and seeing for. It’s so pretty and pink and just absolutely worth staring for hours and hours (although I didn’t do that because we had to go watch Tokyo Runway after lol). My parents went to Tokyo a week after my trip and it was at the perfect time. They were telling me how beautiful it is to see all the white/pink Sakura trees together and that we should go there again next year as a family. Hmm, maybe we should. I can just imagine the feeling I felt when I saw one Sakura tree- but like 100x more awesome. BMS.
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(Alexander Wang chenille sweater, Stone Cold Fox Bolas dress, Zara mules, Clare Vivier leopard foldover clutch, Sunday Somewhere Chely sunglasses)
This outfit got stuck in my head so I recycled it within a single week and dared those in close quarters to question me. They didn’t, but man was I ready. This dress can be a little breezy let’s say, so it’s nice to anchor it with a snug fitting weird sweater. Round 1 was shot on a too hot for chenille day on Melrose and 2 at the beautiful Ace hotel downtown. That view..PERMALINK | COMMENTS | SHARE
More photos of our wondrous trip to West Texas. If you go to West Texas, you need to stop in Marfa–it’s truly the final frontier. Even though Marfa gets a lot of hype in the press, it remains remarkably unscathed and secluded. We drove to the outskirts of Marfa to see the Prada exhibit, and […]
Birks just work. And with everything you own in your closet too, trust me.
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Jennifer Connelly kick-started her promo tour for ‘Noah’ in fine fashion wearing a Givenchy Couture gown to the Mexico premiere, setting the bar so very high.
She moved on to Berlin wearing a far more subdued black Lanvin gown before dropping jaws again in a mint Giambattista Valli Couture mini frock in Madrid.
The edger side to her red carpet style came out in New York when she wore Louis Vuitton, before blowing us away once again in McQueen in London.
When in Paris she turned to Louis Vuitton again, bringing this epic promo tour to its conclusion.
I debated long and hard between Givenchy and McQueen, with Givenchy eventually emerging as the victor.
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Il y avait des commentaires vraiment super à propos du post Shopperz…
J’ai trouvé que la conversation sur la création des grands magasins (tout a commencé avec Le Bon Marché!) et la façon dont cela a permit de changer le rôle des femmes dans la société…
“Le shopping a commencé à exister avec la création des grands magasins. Le premier, c’est “Au bon Marché”, construit par Eiffel s’il vous plait. Le modèle a été ensuite copié partout dans le monde.
Les femmes ont pu sortir de chez elles, seules, sans chaperons, et trouver dans un seul lieu des articles totalement différents. Boucicaut (le proprio du Bon Marché) avait même installé des toilettes dans son magasin (une vraie révolution). Toutes les classes sociales se retrouvaient dans ce premier temple de la consommation. La maladie du shopping est arrivée à la fin du 19ème siecle en même temps que la révolution industrielle.
Les femmes sont sorties de leur domesticité, et ont commencé à se battre pour leur droit, les suffragettes avaient le soutien d’un grand magasin anglais qui faisait de la pub dans leurs journaux !
Allez, je ne suis pas loin de dire que c’est LE SHOPPING qui a émancipé les femmes !”
“Grâce à notre ami Arte : le shopping est une activité créée par monsieur Boucicaut, le créateur du Bon Marché. Il avait pour ambition de créer un vaste magasin où la consommation féminine serait à son comble…… En gros, il a offert le premier lieu où les femmes avaient le choix, elles se sont détachées de leurs maris… Bref, ambition, féminisme…”
“Un bon documentaire sur les débuts du shopping dans les grands magasins parisiens est celui sur le Bon Marché, c’est réalisé par Arte et on y comprend comment les femmes se sont mises à sortir de chez elles et passer leurs journées à se balader dans le Bon Marché en faisant du shopping.”
Net-A-Porter International Where: ‘For The Love of Cinema’ Dinner Party, New York
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Here’s actress Julianne Moore, strolling around in NYC’s West Village (her home turf), carrying a black and white leather Reed Krakoff Track Tote that truly pops with her black and white polka-dotted shirt (and her general “low-key weekend New Yorker” vibe). You can score Julianne’s exact top-handled tote for $1,390 at Net-A-Porter. This brand is particularly adept at creating functional, oversized handbags; case in point: this giant Reed Krakoff Kit XL Clutch we saw Kerry Washington carrying last year.
J’adore la facilité avec laquelle Christine superpose une chemise à manches longues avec un top à manches courtes. Moi je n’y arrive jamais; sur moi ça ne marche pas, ça alourdit… Mais bon allez, j’ai pas dit mon dernier mot !
A classic black blazer is one of the most versatile pieces everyone should own. It easily transitions from day-to-night and can be paired with everything from jeans and a t-shirt to a more sophisticated evening ensemble. I reviewed eight options below and while they all look similar on the hanger, the details and fit varied quite a bit.
Zara Blazer with Turn Up Sleeves - size small ($139): Rouching details on sleeves similar to my favorite Elizabeth and James blazer. Feminine feel, no lapels and fitted tailoring.
Rebecca Minkoff Becky Jacket - size 4 ($368): Silky texture with slim, darted lapels. Flattering, feminine details and slight shoulder padding.
J.Crew Schoolboy blazer - size 2 ($128): Classic, preppy feel with gold buttons, double pockets, and optional grey wool collar. Shrunken, slightly boxy fit.
H&M Tuxedo Jacket - size 6 ($34.95): Longer, tuxedo-style jacket with thin lapels. No button closure, simple and versatile.
Helmut Lang Smoking Tux Blazer - size 4 ($575): Expertly tailored with an asymmetrical hem, pointed lapels and slightly raised in the back. This was the best fitting jacket.
Soft Joie Neville Blazer - size small ($158): Stretchy and soft, cardigan-like tailoring. Deconstructed with large lapels and a looser fit. Extremely comfortable and casual.
Trouvé Notched Lapel Blazer - size small ($98): Boxy, masculine fit with a sharp, angular lapel detail. No buttons with a fairly thin fabric.
Topshop Slim Fit Tailored Blazer - size 6 ($90): A straightforward, modern take on a classic blazer. Fitted with a slight stretch and thicker fabric.
Wearing Maybelline 'Coral Crush' Lipstick.
Lake Bell joined Heather Graham for the Women’s Filmmaker Brunch held at Company 3 on Monday (April 21) in New York City.
Unlike Heather, Lake appeared to be feeling the chill on the roof-top, as she decided to cover her Chloé Resort 2014 look with a bright red wool coat.
The most interesting part of the look was her navy Chloé skirt with white floral appliqués which she paired with a white sleeveless top.
An oversized croc clutch and black pumps completed her look.
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Fashion is an industry of rarity, but the news late last week from Mulberry may be the rarest thing we’ve seen in recent memory. On the heels of former CEO Bruno Guillon’s exit, the company has announced it will return to a price structure similar to the one it used before he took the helm of the brand two years ago.
Celeb hairstylist Peter Butler created a sleek and polished updo for Kate Upton’s Dolce & Gabbana frock worn to the LA premiere for her newest movie, ‘The Other Woman’.
Starting with damp hair, Peter applied the Leonor Greyl’s Mousse au Lotus Volumatrice all over–a dollop on the top of her head, another split between the sides, and a dollop on the back of the head. He distributed the product throughout the hair and concentrated on the roots. For volume, he used a paddle brush and began to blow-dry her hair.
As he dried her hair, he sprayed the Leonor Greyl’s Spray Structure Naturelle among the different sections for more fullness at the root. The product combined with the blow-drying created more of a lift.
Before he began curling her tresses, he used the Eclat Naturel sparingly for more of a textured and “wet” look. He curled her hair in small sections with a large-barrel curling wand.
To form the updo, he raked Kate’s hair back with his fingers and pulled it into a ponytail. He secured this with an elastic band with hooks to “keep the ponytail in place so the hair doesn’t slide and get loose afterwards”.
Peter then wrapped the ponytail around the base and used a few hairpins to keep it budge-proof.
As a finishing touch, he spritzed the Leonor Greyl’s Lacque Souple to keep the shape throughout the night’s festivities.
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(the bikini I’m wearing is from Triangl)
Såhär firade jag min 23-årsdag! Vaknade upp på underbara Yasuragi i vår fina svit, åt en god födelsedagsfrukost, fick en oljemassage och badade i vår privata bubbelpool ute på terrassen. Lyyyxxxx!! Vid tolv kände jag mig utvilad så då checkade vi ut. Jag mötte upp bästis och promenerade med henne i solen medan Aleks handlade middag och gjorde i ordning maten (fick inte hjälpa till för att det var min födelsedag haha). På kvällen kom vännerna över för käk & brädspel hela kvällen. SÅ MYSIGT. Älskar mina vänner och jag har saknat dem så mycket de senaste månaderna när jag varit upptagen med LD.
Tack till mina fina vänner och sambo för att ni alltid gör mig glad. ♥
// This is how I celebrated my b-day! I woke up at the wonderful Yasuragi spa in our beautiful suite, had a delicious birthday breakfast, got an oil massage and enjoyed our private hot tub out on the terrace. I felt spoiled!! We checked out at twelve and I met up with my bestie for a walk in the sun while Aleks prepared dinner (he didn’t let me help cause it was my bday haha). My friends came over in the evening for some food & board games, it was SO COZY. I love my friends and I’ve missed them so much the last couple of months when I’ve been busy with LD. Thanks to my wonderful friends and boyfriend for always making me happy. ♥
Crystal Renn attended the New Yorkers For Children’s 11th Anniversary ‘A Fool’s Fete’ Spring Dance held at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on Monday (April 21) in New York City.
The model, who you would expect to be wearing Zac Posen, opted for Chanel on this occasion.
A well-worn Chanel look from the Fall 2011 collection.
For some reason, ladies love this white cap-sleeved gown with a shredded chiffon black skirt.
Like Zoe, Crystal opted to wear the look without the embroidered waistband, adding Lauren Khoo jewelry and a black clutch.
Fourth time’s the charm? Or really, this dress again?
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Heather Graham attended the Women’s Filmmaker Brunch held at Company 3 on Monday (April 21) in New York City.
The actress kept it simple, wearing a Philosophy white cotton shirt dress with a slightly flared silhouette which has a preppy appeal that’s perfect for summer in the city.
Worn with nude sandals, she completed her look with a red lip colour.
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Selita Ebanks joined Emma Roberts on the red carpet for the New Yorkers For Children’s 11th Anniversary ‘A Fool’s Fete’ Spring Dance held at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on Monday (April 21) in New York City.
The model was smouldering hot, wearing an Alon Livne Fall 2014 gown featuring a beaded silver bodice with intricate embroidered detailing contrasted with a flattering black skirt featuring a thigh-high slit.
Working the best version of the partless hairdo trend, the low-maintenance style was the perfect way to allow the dress to shine.
This spectacular, unique piece was styled with black Louboutin ‘So Kate’ pumps, a silver ring by Lauren X Khoo and a bracelet by Jacob & Co.
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Nicki Minaj joined her cast mates, including Cameron Diaz, on the red carpet for ‘The Other Woman’ LA premiere held at the Regency Village Theatre on Monday (April 21) in Westwood, California.
The singer, who plays a small role in the movie as Cameron’s assistant, wore yet another figure-hugging Alexander McQueen dress.
Her diamond-knit patterned dress in a soft, understated sandy hue and featuring a ribbed centre defining the waist could’ve been over-accessorized with a lot of bling, but the more mellow Minaj added a few rings and let the dress do the talking.
It’s saying a lot from the back.
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