Here's a little secret nobody knows (well, maybe a few people): the key to fashion editors' relentlessly chic style lies not in their clothes, necessarily, but in how they polish off their outfits. While, for sure, most of the world's most foremost fashion editors have closets full of designer garb any woman would love to get her hands on, the secret lies more in their accessories, details, and how they wear the things they own.
The life of a jet-setting supermodel may seem like the ultimate dream (hello, gorgeous clothes and exotic locales), but many of these multitasking beauties somehow find time to fit in surprising side jobs. Nowadays, it seems like everyone has a "slash" (model/actress, actress/singer, and so on), so we set out to find the most interesting, non-model-y gigs of some of our favorite catwalkers that go beyond the standard model/actress label.
Born and bred in the hippie surf town of Byron Bay, Australia, Teresa Oman’s first fashion memories consist of dressing up for music festivals—namely Blues Fest, which her parents run each year—and perusing the local markets for crazy dresses. “That’s where I got my rainbow sense from,” she tells us on a chilly morning in Malibu, California, the backdrop for our fashion shoot. The 21-year-old, who just last year was named one of the most re-blogged models by Tumblr, has the kind of look we California girls dream of. Add in her Cara Delevingne-esque up-for-anything attitude, and she’s got all the makings of a muse. We caught up with the beauty at the tail end of her California road trip to chat about her first big gig, living in NYC, and her dreams of becoming an actress.
If you’re a fan of Olivia Palermo’s style, then you know the trendsetter is a pro at elevating her outfits with a few well-chosen accents, whether it’s a pair of fashion-forward shoes or an exceptionally polished fedora. To help you get her look, we’ve gathered some of her best accessories, and found more affordable alternatives for the most luxurious items just in case you don’t have Palermo’s wardrobe budget.
We know, we know, Halloween is only a day away. But we promise it’s not too late to throw together a stylish costume for your All Hallows’ Eve activities. With a little imagination and a few wardrobe essentials you probably already own, you can channel anyone from Margot Tenenbaum or Twiggy. Read on for five simple ideas you can find right in your closet!
We found where you can shop Lauren Conrad’s latest laid-back look, and the best part? The already affordable dress and sweater are on sale! From now until Tuesday, Urban Outfitters is offering 25 percent off all sweaters at checkout. So, scroll through to shop the budget-friendly pieces you need to recreate the Queen of Halloween’s cute look.
Happy early holiday season! Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen have teamed up with StyleMint on a line of accessories launching this Saturday, November 1. While you might assume any accessories they produce, like their $34,000 bags for The Row, would be through-the-roof expensive—we're thrilled to report that everything in the line is less than $40.
The amfAR LA Inspiration Gala was an evening to remember, and not just because the lovely Gwyneth Paltrow hosted it, Coldplay and Diana Ross performed, and Rihanna presented Tom Ford with the Award of Inspiration. No, those were all icing on the cake to the standout looks we saw on the red carpet, which ranged from old Hollywood glam (Kat Dennings) to scandalous (Miley Cyrus). Keep reading for our style recap.
We're just going to say it: Lauren Conrad is the celebrity queen of Halloween. You might think it's Heidi Klum, with her extravagant annual costume party, or Kim Kardashian, with her unwavering dedication to continuing to come up with creative ways to wear a skin-tight leotard. But no. It's Lauren Conrad. And we have nine very good reasons why.
Rihanna has never been one to shy away from bold, scandalous outfits—you might recall that sheer little number she wore to this year's CFDA Awards—and at last night's amfAR Gala in Los Angeles, she stuck to what she knows. Rihanna was there to present Tom Ford with the Inspiration Designer Award, and she rather appropriately chose one of his more risqué designs to wear while she doing so.
We haven't been shy about our love for Clemence Poesy. Her enviable French style, flawless bedhead, and seasoned acting skills only skim the surface of enviable assets this lovely lady has. In honor of her 32nd birthday today, we're throwing it back to her 2005 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire premiere in Paris. Scroll down to see (and shop) the look, and tell us if you'd wear it this season!
It’s easy coming up with cute date night outfits when the weather’s warm (summery dress and strappy heels? Check!), but putting together similar ensembles for fall isn’t quite so simple. Not only do you have to take the cooler temps into account, you’ve also got to find a look with the right touch of date night allure. To inspire you when dressing for your next rendezvous, we found three seasonally appropriate outfits perfect for a festive fall date.
Have you ever gone on a trip and arrived at your destination with your delicate necklaces tangled into one inextricable mass? Ban the annoyance forever by threading your necklaces through straws. This easy hack will ensure your necklaces play well with others when traveling.
If you’re a die-hard Instagrammer, you’ve probably seen the viral hashtag, #InstaCliche, which people use to tag their own or others’ clichéd Instagram vignettes, such as latte art or plates full of rainbow-colored macaroons. But just because something is omnipresent doesn’t mean we don’t love it in spite of itself.
When it comes to what they find attractive, guys seem to adhere to their own set of mysterious standards. While we tend to sport whatever beauty look we want, and encourage other women to do the same—whether it’s bright purple lipstick or a messy topknot—we have to admit that a teeny-tiny part of us is curious about what exactly the magic formula is for good ol’ double-take.
It's probably pretty clear that my favorite dressing up outfit is a black jumpsuit. It's a no-brainer, always flattering, and always brings an edge of cool to a fancy evening. Rest assured, I've tried every contender, with this Band of Outsiders version being a stand-out. I've had it for three years, and worn it what seems like a hundred times—so many people have asked me about it that I asked Scott to reissue it for us at goop. I'm pretty excited about this collab with one of my all-time favorite brands: I wear Band of Outsiders all of the time because it never goes out of style.