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Warby Parker and Into The Gloss set out to create the perfect aviators. We think they succeeded.

Casual, polished, or sexy—no matter your date-night style, we have 11 outfits for you to try this summer. So skip the part where you stand in front of your closet, slowly sifting through your clothes, trying to figure out what to wear, and scroll through these amazing looks, instead. 

Jamie Chung arrived at our Styled By shoot wearing the perfect summer outfit: an H&M straw boater hat paired with a Madewell sleeveless chambray shirt tucked into a black pleated midi skirt from Aritzia. It was flirty and accessible, precisely how the actress—check her out in Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, starring Jessica Alba and in theaters August 22nd—describes her personal style. “Someone once categorized me as the downtown girl, and I like that because I am not just about the expensive labels,” Chung says. We like it too, and her effortless high-low mix is just one of the many reasons we’re avid followers of her blog What The Chung?, a picturesque photo diary of the Los Angeles native’s thoughtfully curated outfits and exotic travels—a.k.a. eye candy for the fashion obsessed.

Here's one very good reason Kendall Jenner is well on her way to becoming the next It-model: she's actually really, really tall. She and sister Kim Kardashian—both decked out in Balmain—attended the Vogue Foundation Gala and stopped on the way in to pose for some photos. While normally the two look so similar they could practically be twins, the resulting images highlight one very big difference between them: their heights.

If there’s one singular accessory fashion bloggers rarely leave the house without, it’s their favorite pair of sunglasses. So when we spotted several of the most prominent bloggers out there wearing new eyewear brand Seneca, we did a bit of digging—and it turns out, they really are as cool as Aimee Song (Song of Style), Vanessa Hong (The Haute Pursuit), and Martha Graeff (Around In Style) seem to think.

1. You may recall that à la Gwyneth Paltrow, Blake Lively is launching her own lifestyle website. Well, it's officially set to launch July 23. [Page Six]

For a special Pre-Fall 2014 styling session, New York brand Tibi cast blogger Aimee Song of Song of Style to model their ultra-feminine collection. She pulls off the girly, pretty line very well—shot on the streets of NYC in the mostly pastel, white, and neutral tones, Song put the outfits together herself and proves she can style looks with the best of them.

We are huge fans of the Birkenstocks trend, but even we will admit that the comfortable slide-on shoes are not for everyone. If you have found yourself questioning the revival of the ugly-cute sandal, but still longing for a comfortable shoe of your own, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve gathered our favorite slide-on sandals that are fashionable, amazingly easy to wear, and appealing to a wide range of stylish sensibilities.

Itching to wear your favorite cocktail dress, but have nothing to wear it to? Not for long! Skip the party-searching, and style it with laidback accessories for a dynamic daytime look. Try a straw boater hat, tote bag, and ankle strap flats. Oh, and don't forget the sunnies!

Spillage, back straps that creep north, unruly underwire—these are all signs that you’re wearing the wrong bra size. We had a quick chat with lingerie expert Sarah Shotton, the Creative Director of Agent Provocateur and L’Agent by Agent Provocateur, to fill us in on best breast management, and the bras that will truly take your girls to new heights.

The perfect pair of retro jeans is like the holy grail of vintage shopping. They’re talked about, even obsessed over, but seem almost mythically hard to find. Do you really want to search through a thousand pairs of weirdly unflattering vintage men’s jeans at the flea market? We didn’t think so, which is why we’re sharing our favorite online spots to score a killer pair of Levi’s, Jordaches, or Wranglers.

When it comes to baring your legs in shorts, the type of shoe you wear is of importance. Too high of heels, and you risk coming across risqué, too short and your legs enter stubby territory—the horror! Because of this, we assembled a guide on the best shoes to wear with summer’s key shorts styles (think: high-wasted, denim, and beyond). Scroll through for our roundup, and enjoy a little shopping along the way!

From playful poses to flirty faces, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley loves to take an ultra stylish pool/beachside selfie. In addition to always looking radiant, we also couldn’t help but notice the model also invariably showcases a slew of summertime essentials, think: statement sunglasses, breezy hats, and standout bikinis. Inspired, we decided to round up some of Huntington-Whiteley’s best Instagram shots and make them shoppable. Scroll through to enjoy her day-in-the-sun style! 

According to the reviews, these shredded shorts make your gams look a million miles long.

Power: the capacity or ability to direct or influence the behavior of others or the course of events. Katherine Power: Who What Wear’s Co-Founder and CEO, and our resident power-dressing guru. With years of experience under her ultra-stylish belt, Power has perfected the power-dressing formula, and is graciously sharing her well-honed tips and tricks.

Lily Aldridge steams it up in this sexy spread for Vogue Mexico in a range of denim, basics and great leather pieces.

As we’ve discussed, the Fall 2014 iteration of Couture Week is underway in Paris as we speak. The world’s top fashion houses—everyone from Dior to Versace to Giambattista Valli—are showing the best of what they have to offer. This often means sending creations down the runway that, on the surface, might seem to be a totally out-of-this-world fantasy. After all, what good is a one-of-a-kind silk-organza gown embellished with 350,000 Swarovski crystals to girls who need real clothes to wear from day to day?

1. According to an op-ed she wrote for the Wall Street Journal, Tyra Banks thinks everyone will look like Beyoncé in the future. We really hope she's right. [WSJ]

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Franziska Michael RTW Spring 2015

Franziska Michael is known for her tongue-in-cheek designs, but this season she seemed to be playing a bit too much for laughs and lost sight of wearability.

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Fears over European banks.

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Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet was among attendees at the brand’s bash in Paris Wednesday night.

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Serkan Cura Couture Fall 2014

Serkan Cura’s arresting feather creations are finally becoming as wearable as they are dramatic.

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L Brands’ results slightly below expectations.

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Raphaëlla Riboud Couture Fall 2014

Raphaëlla Riboud’s “private wear” collection, as she loves to call it, pays homage to Miami and Los Angeles for spring.

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The U.K. supermarket chain named Stewart chief financial officer.

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Paris Couture Week street style.

The couture runway might be fashion's grandest stage, but some showgoers are keeping things interesting on the Paris streets this week.

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Inside the Gianfranco Lotti boutique

The Florentine brand is staging a comeback after its acquisition by German investment firm Halder.

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Vionnet Couture Fall 2014

Hussein Chalayan’s sophomore demi-couture collection for Vionnet was a study in geometry.

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Fashion, luxury and retail stocks were mixed in trading Thursday morning.

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An exhibition opening in August will highlight Japanese culture and design.

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Rami Kadi Couture Fall 2014

Lebanon-raised designer Rami Kadi riffed on arabesque patterns for his first couture presentation in Paris after three years in business.

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Exports in the 2013-14 financial year that ended in June rose 11.65 percent.

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British firm warns stiff currency headwinds could dent full-year profits.

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Operating profit and sales grew but the Uniqlo parent cut its full-year net profit forecast to account for a possible impairment loss at J Brand.

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The mobile commerce market is heating up and while Samsung is coming on strong, Apple is still the go-to gateway for shopping on the go.

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A look from the new collection.

The buzzy New York-based men’s wear brand will launch Ovadia +, a new collection of athletic-inspired performance apparel during market week this month.

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The most valuable and dynamic fashion and beauty companies in the world are either big or fast.

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Dov Charney

The agreement reshapes the company's board and gives founder Dov Charney title of strategic consultant.

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#TBT Front Row Couture Style the Nineties Way: Christy Turlington, Nan Kempner, Anna Piaggi, and More

Karl Lagerfeld never fails to offer an unexpected take on the fashion bride.

3 Modern Takes on the Bob: From Lily Collins's Bouncy Waves to Rosamund Pike's Blunt Crop

by Sophie Schulte-Hillen

How Jennifer Lawrence, Rosamund Pike, and Lily Collins are reinventing the bob.

Emma Watson, Angelina Jolie, Katy Perry, and 8 Other UN Goodwill Ambassadors

by Patricia Garcia

With her appointment as a United Nations goodwill ambassador, Emma Watson follows in the steps of several other famous women.

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Valentino Fall 2014 Couture Beauty Why We Still Can't Get Enough of Courtney Love's '90s Grunge Red Lipstick Film & TV Astier de Villatte Debuts a Short Film Breaking Down Dior and Chanel Couture, Astrophysics Style: Let's Do The Fashion Math Beauty Tying One On: Giambattista Valli Upgrades the Easy Summer Hair Wrap Travel & Lifestyle Mile Runner: Grizzly Bear Frontman Ed Droste's Adventure in Accruing Airline Status Model Catherine McNeil Strikes a Pose for Dogs Used in Animal Testing Music Christine and The Queens Is The Latest Parisian Bohemian to Win Over Our Ears Beauty Why Caroline de Maigret Is Obsessed With Paris's Buly 1803 Boutique Valentino Valentino

Lupita Nyong'o on Winning the Oscar, Becoming the Face of Lancôme, and Her First Cover of Vogue

by Hamish Bowles | photographed by Mikael Jansson

In little more than a year, Lupita Nyong’o has made the leap from serious student to Oscar-winning actress and head-turning fashion star. Hamish Bowles catches up with Hollywood’s newest golden girl.

Jul 9, 2014 Breaking Down Dior and Chanel Couture, Astrophysics Style: Let's Do The Fashion Math Tying One On: Giambattista Valli Upgrades the Easy Summer Hair Wrap Model Catherine McNeil Strikes a Pose for Dogs Used in Animal Testing Astier de Villatte Debuts a Short Film Mile Runner: Grizzly Bear Frontman Ed Droste's Adventure in Accruing Airline Status Christine and The Queens Is The Latest Parisian Bohemian to Win Over Our Ears This post has been generated by Page2RSS

Chanel Fall 2014 Couture How to Wear Slick Summer Hair: Emma Watson, Olivia Palermo, and Beyond Music Swedish R&B Sensation Erik Hassle Performs Live in an Exclusive Video 5 Stylish Essentials To Keep at Your Desk When the Air Conditioning Goes into Deep Freeze Chanel Fall 2014 CoutureChristian Dior

Each season, there’s one item that everyone at Vogue is coveting, and this one’s no different: introducing the Spinelli Kilcollin Galaxy rings.

Sisters with a Shared Beauty Look: From Kate and Pippa Middleton to the Olsens and Beyond

by Ally Betker

From the Bouvier sisters to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, a roundup of our favorite siblings who share the same beauty look.

by Mark Guiducci and Eaddy Kiernan | photographed by Joshua Bright and Ali Smith

From the moment that Charlie Shaffer proposed to Elizabeth Cordry in the gardens of Fiesole’s Villa Peyron, “it wasn’t even a question that Oscar [de la Renta] would design my dress,” the new Mrs. Shaffer says.

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Remember last month when Amelia was lamenting about wedding season and the bastardization of holidays weekends, telling you her RSVP was an affirmative “no” through the end of Labor Day weekend, yadi yadi ya?The curmudgeon left off one very integral … Continue reading →

MR: How did you two meet? Derek: We met at a nightclub in Thailand and were sort of introduced by mutual friends. MR: And when was that? Jan: May 2, 1997. MR: You remember the date! Derek: It’s also my parents’ anniversary, so it’s … Continue reading →

Someone once told me that freckles are kisses from angels. I’m not exactly sure who — it’s probably the very same person who told me that every time a bell rings an angel gets her wings…which makes me wonder if a … Continue reading →

Let’s cut to the chase since we’re 8 days into July and have been trembling like a cold worm in a wet bathing suit without the Susan Miller Monthly Special. But it’s here now, processed through my brain like a … Continue reading →

Raf Simons knows that to be in Dior under his watch — whether at the hand of couture or otherwise — is to simultaneously sit in the most pared down, comfortable version of couture and the most mentionably dazzling of … Continue reading →

If last week I was advocating for the importance of letting your shorts wear you and not the other way around (they are so easy! Don’t be lazy! Live a little!) with the conviction of one Hillary Rodham Clinton on … Continue reading →

Before Elton John first wrote the song “The Circle of Life,” it’s rumored that he had originally written “The Life of a Trend.” Disney was confused because the movie this song was intended for was about the animal kingdom, but they figured he’d just … Continue reading →

Where cargo shorts fail, barrettes never do and where barrettes meet defeat, kaftans, the magna-shatra holy grail hit more home-runs than Babe Ruth ever did during his tenure as a soccer player. (I’m kidding! I know Babe Ruth played hockey! Duh.) … Continue reading →

Whenever Samuel L. Jackson is like, “What’s in your wallet?” I’m like, I don’t know Snakes On a Plane Guy, maybe five dollars? My credit card if I haven’t lost it? An unwrapped piece of gum stuck to a dime and … Continue reading →

A woman stopped me last month to tell me that she doesn’t read blogs because it’s not her thing but that her friend really, really liked Man Repeller. I appreciated the compliment, took it and ran but recently have been thinking … Continue reading →

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Hi Everyone! For look #7 on my 30 looks for 30 days, I am wearing Wunderkind sunglasses, an ASOS top, Tibi skirt, Jimmy Choo shoes...

At the year’s most overstated fashion week, Paris Couture Week, Giambattista Valli presents a collection that is progressively chic and possibly more wearable than...

Hi Everyone! Today I am wearing Westward Leaning sunglasses, SIWY overalls, Max Mara Weekend shirt, Dior shoes, Meli Melo bag, and vintage jewelry. xx...

Hi Everyone! Today I am wearing Aquazzura x Olivia Palermo shoes, Christian Dior jacket and bag, Miriam Haskell bracelets, and a Bauble bar necklace. Have...

With its interior walls dripping in thousands of white orchids, the custom-built circular venue space that housed Dior’s Fall 2015 Haute Couture presentation set...

Hi Everyone! Today I am wearing Chloe sunglasses, Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent dress, Lia Sophia necklace, Christian Louboutin shoes, and a vintage bag....

Positano is a majestically situated coastal village, terraced into hillsides with luxuriant lemon gardens, and expansive vistas over turquoise waters. But this, perhaps most...

Hi Everyone! Today I am wearing Dior sunglasses, an Ann Taylor shirt, Elizabeth & James shorts. Jimmy Choo shoes, and a Seafolly bag. xx...

Hi Everyone! Today I am wearing Italia Independent sunglasses, a Marni bag, Sretsis shorts, a Tibi top, and Jimmy Choo shoes. Have a great...

It is rare when repeatedly attending “exclusive” events, presentations, dinners and shows within fashion to be impressed easily. One must find new angles to...

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The Best LA Food Trucks and art grads to watch.

The 4th of July Cookbook Club

Affordable summer fashion, Italian hotels, most useful apps.

Newport, Rhode Island

A guide to alternative sweeteners and what sells on eBay.

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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Hong Kong Update

We went to Hong Kong and hit the ground hard to bring back the intel. We might have come home with no unused currency and having eaten too much, but it was worth it. Speaking of eating, Jon Favreau is back with a heartwarming, personal, and terrific film about a chef called, well Chef. Don't leave us alone with this food p*rn... Other bits too.

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Ending the Mommy Wars

A few weeks ago during an interview, I was asked why I have only worked on one film a year since having children. My answer was this: Film work takes one away from home and requires 12-14 hours a day, making it difficult to be the one to make the kids their lunch, drive them to school, and put them to bed. So I have found it easier on my family life to make a film the exception, and my 9-5 job the rule. This somehow was taken to mean I had said a 9-5 job is easier, and a lot of heat was thrown my way, especially by other working mothers who somehow used my out-of-context quote as an opportunity to express feelings (perhaps projected) on the subject. As the mommy wars rage on, I am constantly perplexed and amazed by how little slack we cut each other as women. We see disapproval in the eyes of other mothers when we say how long we breastfed (Too long? Not long enough?), or whether we have decided to go back to work versus stay home. Is it not hard enough to attempt to raise children thoughtfully, while contributing something, or bringing home some (or more) of the bacon? Why do we feel so entitled to opine, often so negatively, on the choices of other women? Perhaps because there is so much pressure to do it all, and do it all well all at the same time (impossible). Below is a somewhat radical piece by Brigid Schulte, which has provoked many a discussion here in our HQ, and even a tear or two.

To every single mother out there, have a wonderful Mother’s Day.

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The Annual goop Closet Sale

DonorsChoose is an organization started by Charles Best, a former Bronx public school teacher who saw an overwhelming need in his classroom for the most basic necessities—and found himself repeatedly dipping into his own pocket to buy supplies and fund field trips. And his fellow teachers were doing the same. The proceeds from this week's closet sale will go towards funding the direct requests of teachers in the most high-need schools for their classrooms.

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