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We already know that Jessica Alba is consistently one of the best-dressed celebrities out there—but we've recently learned, via our friends over at DomaineHome.com, that her sense of style translates directly to her home decor.

When we saw the first image from Chanel's F/W 14 ad campaign a couple weeks ago, we were super excited to see the rest of the boxing-inspired photos. We assumed the rest of them would be just as badass as the first--and we were totally right.

Alexander Wang is back for Fall 2014 with his classic grunge-inspired aesthetic! You might recall that last season, Wang's ads depicted his girls, decked out in his downtown-inspired structural designs, posed and preened inside a dirty-looking bathroom. This time around, it's more of (shall we say) an Orange Is The New Black theme.

1. Talk about a friendly gift: Victoria Beckham once gifted Kate Middleton a pair of Christian Louboutins. [InStyle]

Don a simple tube top underneath a printed kaftan. Add flatforms for height, and you'll be instantly ready for a chic beach getaway!

Wearing tie-dye outside of a music festival may sound like a fashion faux pas waiting to happen, but thanks to a few key designers and fashion insiders, it doesn’t have to be. We rounded up seven spot-on ways to wear tie-dye, and curated some of our favorite pieces to shop, all for you!

The term “girl crush” is so overused, it’s silly, but every now and then, someone who truly deserves the title emerges. Chrissy Teigen—the model and Sports Illustrated cover girl, host of MTV’s new food show, Snack Off, and hilarious writer of recipes via SoDelushious.com—definitely deserves the title. In addition to being a social media genius (her wickedly funny tweets and extravagant meals are definitely worth checking out), Teigen’s personal style is totally on-point. In fact, the 28-year-old has stepped out in nine really strong looks recently, all of which are worth nothing.

This week on Instagram, tons of celebrities and trendsetters filled our news feed, but it was the models who caught our eye! They have upped their selfie game to a whole nother level, and we're here to show you what you missed. From the über-popular top models to some rising stars you may not have heard of, we're bringing you the best of the week!

It’s no secret that Blake Lively has killer style. She stunned at the Cannes Film Festival this past May, is on the cover of Vogue’s August issue, and has just launched her own lifestyle website, Preserve. Whether rocking an Old Hollywood glamour look on the red carpet or strolling through the city in casual-chic ensembles, we find ourselves consistently envious of Lively’s fantastic personal style, and yearning to replicate her swoon-worthy looks for ourselves.

The concept of layering—or what some call “stacking”—your skincare isn’t new. After all, we’re technically stacking products every time we cleanse, tone, and moisturize (and exfoliate, and prime, and powder…). We consider Korean women, for example, as the ultimate masters at skincare stacking—just take a look at their 10-step skincare system for proof. But stacking your facial treatments, however, is a different story. We spoke with Kerry Benjamin, esthetician and creator of her eponymous spa’s signature Stacked Skincare™ treatment, and asked her the benefits of doubling (or tripling) up your skin treatments. Keep flipping to find out what exactly skincare stacking is and if it can change your skin!

Floral print has never looked so good.

There’s no doubt that living the fashion blogger lifestyle is definitely an intriguing idea—who wouldn’t want to be in beautiful photos, get gifted with amazing designer swag, and go on luxurious vacations? But just because the highlight reel looks great, doesn’t mean you inherently have what it takes to be successful blogger.

Who better than Anaïs Pouliot to show off gorgeous nude beauty inspiration for Narcisse Magazine?

Since the social media landscape is one that's constantly evolving, it can be extremely challenging to keep up with the times and consistently bring modern and fresh approaches to the field. Which is why Who What Wear is so honored to be named by Forbes as the sixth fastest-growing fashion brand on Pinterest!

The Brazilian model proves her natural beauty in the ‘70s-inspired campaign for Sonia Rykiel’s A/W 14 collection. The black-and-white campaign was shot by Juergen Teller, under Love Magazine editor Katie Grand’s artistic direction, and together they created an effortlessly sexy and delicately feminine work of art.

If your diamonds are in need of a quick shine, we have the simplest at-home (and French-girl approved) solution. Here’s what you need: a dash of everyday cleaning soap and an old toothbrush—voilà, your diamonds will shine brighter than ever! 

In what can only be called a total fashion coup, Australian rapper Iggy Azalea—whose superior style stature we have noted time and time again—has been tapped by MTV to host the next iteration of their iconic series House of Style.

J.Crew is launching a collaboration with ultra-dainty, Brooklyn-based jewelry brand Catbird, featuring the first-ever yellow gold version of the jeweler's "Lovecat" ring ($242). As you might fully expect, the entire line is trés-ladylike and pretty.

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Core Power Yoga will offer a sunrise class for nearly 2,000 at the Red Rocks Amphitheater.

This weekend the former C. Wonder president will help the Denver-based company launch its second annual Yoga on the Rocks.

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The fashion jewelry brand has linked with the Palo Alto, Calif.-based investment firm to bolster its growth in both the brick-and-mortar and online arenas.

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José Avillez

The chef's passion for food has spawned a batch of five restaurants in less than three years in the Chiado neighborhood of Lisbon’s Old Quarter in Portugal.

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On Friday, thousands will descend on Chicago’s Grant Park for the annual Lollapalooza music festival. Here, a spotlight on three must-see artists.

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A look back at the week's stories, as told in pictures.

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More than two dozen lawmakers bring their case to Washington.

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The president and chief executive officer of Nike Inc., saw his total compensation for fiscal 2014 dip 4.8 percent to $14.7 million.

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WWD Global Stock Tracker falls 1.1 percent as markets in U.S. and Asia retreat.

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The company said Friday it does not intend to make an offer for U.K.-based Mothercare plc.

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Profits from recurring operations were down 22 percent during the period.

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The British Prime Minister stopped by the company's London headquarters.

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Burt’s Bees Baby, a lifestyle brand focusing on the health and well-being of babies and moms, is moving into the kids’ category.

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On Thursday afternoon, she invited the 10 finalists of this year’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund to her showroom for a question-and-answer session.

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Cheryl Cole

Inspired by a tropical storm, the bottle has a curvy silhouette with a rose gold cap in the shape of flower petals.

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Freud has collaborated with perfumer Azzi Glasser on a collection of three fragrances: Je t'aime Jane, Ginsberg is God, and 1970.

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The designer has tapped the globe-trotting Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to give his fall ad campaign an international spin.

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Paul-Emmanuel Reiffers, founder of advertising agency Mazarine, has bought the glossy fashion monthly.

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Irina Shayk

See the footwear making headlines on and off the red carpet.

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British designer Lee Wood named to post.

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Uncertainty over a policy shift to crop subsidies in China could spark a burst of demand for imported cotton between September and December.

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Fruits are part of a balanced diet. They are right up there, I suppose, with yogurt and candy. But it wasn’t until Prada put bananas on a button down that we realized — or at least truly believed — that they … Continue reading →

Beyoncé is super nutty. She is always going rogue. Sometimes I think it’s part of her act to be all mysterious. Other times I think she’s one of those people who never reads the itinerary or just skims her emails without … Continue reading →

Remember when Andy Milonakis sang “I rock peas on my head, but don’t call me a pea-head?” In the event that you don’t, here is a refresher. In the event you’ve never heard the theme song of the latter’s eponymous … Continue reading →

Celebrity, man. It’s just so, I don’t know, combustible. Like a train passing in the night, inevitably destined for either a crash and burn or very, very dramatic arrival. And we know what you’ve been thinking — we’ve been thinking … Continue reading →

I get what Robert Frost meant when he wrote “Nothing Gold Can Stay” but in my ripe 25 years, I have found that the only things to have stayed are quite literally, possessions that are made from gold. Take, for … Continue reading →

I enter the store. I back out of the store because I’m holding an iced coffee and apparently that’s not allowed inside. Either someone once went Buckingham Palace with pasta sauce and a slingshot near the all-white section so now they’re … Continue reading →

  They say you can’t fake cool and I agree, but there is an argument to be made that you can fake effortlessness, which can frequently find itself sailing harmonically in tandem with coolness. This, of course, presents an issue based … Continue reading →

Personally I don’t think it’s too much to ask that we go back to the days of lying on our backs while a friend or a disassembled hanger assists us in the zipping of our jeans. Modern low-slung and stretch-fabric … Continue reading →

Monday mornings can be hard. Especially on the heels of a restless (or is it reckless?) summer weekend, where the sole saving grace moonlights as the pursuit and subsequent location of a satisfying cold brew coffee. Of course, there is a flip side, … Continue reading →

As far as I’m concerned, the only real heroes of our times are those who wear capes. Think Antonio Banderas as Zorro in Zorro, Christian Bale in post-American Psycho Bat-gear and the pink plaid cape-laden models of Delpozo’s most recent runway … Continue reading →

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    Hi Everyone! For look #16 on my 30 looks for 30 days, I am wearing Wunderkind sunglasses, ASOS dress, Max Mara blouse,...

  Rethink your outdoor decor and get inspired by the feelings of summer. Trust us, nothing says summer more than woven fibers, nautical colors...

    Hi Everyone! For look #15 on my 30 looks for 30 days, I am wearing a Tibi shirt, Banana Republic pants, Giorgio...

Every July Miami holds its annual Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, featuring the latest swim apparel. Swim 2015 is full of shapes and styles for all...

    Hi Everyone! For look #14 on my 30 looks for 30 days, I am wearing a Zara dress, Reiss belt, Wunderkind sunglasses,...

This embroidered shift dress by SEA is the perfect summer look. It looks great during the day and also in the evening with heels....

  Photo Credit: ©JohannesHuebl – Exclusively for OliviaPalermo.com The Italian cult brand and style icon join forces to create an exclusive capsule collection, available at selected...

Photo Credit: Marcy Swingle, Gastro Chic Hi everyone! Fringe is such a big trend. Add some sophistication to this look by pairing it with...

When temperatures rise, our favorite sandals don our feet, putting our summer pedicures on display. And while we love heading to our favorite salon...

Hi Everyone! For look #13 on my 30 looks for 30 days, I am wearing a vintage hat and belt, Tibi shirt and skirt,...

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goop mag #16

I am fascinated by the growing science behind the energy of consciousness and its effects on matter. I have long had Dr. Emoto's coffee table book on how negativity changes the structure of water, how the molecules behave differently depending on the words or music being expressed around it. Below, Dr. Sadeghi explores further. Also we went to NYC last week and crushed a number of spots that deserve to make an update (and some that don't). Plus some other bits, remixes, and the like.

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The goop Cookbook Club

This was not my idea. The cookbook club. Which is probably why it’s so good. While I have always liked the idea of a book club (sorta) I am just not that type of gal. Until one of my gorgeous girls suggested we do a different book club of sorts. A cookbook club! Now, as someone who gets in bed and reads cookbooks cover to cover as if they were novels, this idea was scintillating. We set off to find the ideal book to kick it off using the same criteria we would if we were choosing a novel, something challenging, beautiful, and with the possibility of becoming a classic. We landed on Roberta's Cookbook. And we smoked our own fish, dammit. Please cook with us and tell us what you learned, how you modified, and what the next instructional cooking club tome should be (@goop). Happy cooking.

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