Remember when Tracey told us that Posh Spice's handbag collection might be worth $2 million bucks? Well, apparently, someone has her beat. And she's not even four yet. Wha?!
Now, I love me that a little Suri, I do, even in kitten heels. My open letter to TomKat would go something like this: Dear TomKat, Need a babysitter? Allow me to offer my services...
Do you think Suri is the cutest celebrity baby?!
That said, when does cute become just excessive? Suri has her own pair of Loubies and will soon have a fashion line in her honor. I'm a mommy-I know how tempting it is to buy pretty things for your baby, but still. Even if the rumors are untrue (which they must be, right? $3 million dollars on kids clothes would be hard to manage, even for a clotheshorse like Suri), there's no doubt that this tot is better dressed than most adult women I know.
How young is too young for luxury fashion?
by Jenny Feldman
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- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Thu, Oct 1, 2009 11:57 PM EDT
Remember when Tracey told us that Posh Spice's handbag collection might be worth $2 million bucks? Well, apparently, someone has her beat. And she's not even four yet. Wha?!Read More »from Is Suri Cruise's Wardrobe Worth $3 Million Dollars?!
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Tue, Sep 29, 2009 10:23 PM EDT
Okay, the "new" part is a stretch since it's only really new to me, but since I'm a sucker for a happy ending--in everything from cheesy rom-coms to a beat-the-system shopping tale--I just have to share this story with you: last week I had my first Etsy experience, and let me tell you, it was something special.Read More »from A New and Affordable Way to Satisfy Your Shopping Itch
At some point during the last few weeks, I got it into my head that I wanted--no, make that needed a--a velvet blazer for fall. A crimson velvet blazer, to be specific. I spent some QT on the glamour.com shopping page and was surprised to see that while there were a lot of snazzy velvet blazers, very few of them synced up with the sassy red number that I'd whipped up in my imagination. Plus, they were all a little more than I was looking to spend on something that could just be an impulse buy. (I mean really: a Hugh Hefner-y red blazer? Where do I come up with these things?)
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- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Parenting – Tue, Sep 22, 2009 5:25 PM EDT
Maybe it's something in the water on all of those Victoria's Secret catalog shoots, but it seems like everywhere you turn, there's a pregnant supermodel. And you know these catwalk queens aren't doing the boring old maternity thing with their wardrobes...check out some super-chic pregnancy style (and vote on whose look you like best!), after the jump.Read More »from Pregnancy Style Spotlight: Who Has The Best Dressed Baby Bump?
I love that Adriana Lima dressed like any average pregnant gal--big tunic, skinny pants, all black--but doesn't abandon her inner supermodel, either. I don't know anyone else who looks that ready to pop who would willingly slip into a pair of four-inch heels!
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Fellow VS Angel Karolina Kurkova attended the opening night of the Metropolitan Opera in New York in a billowing, Grecian goddess-type gown that hugged her belly just so. I think that color really brings out the glow of pregnancy, don't you?
A while back, we asked you dolls just how much women should show off their baby bumps--Would you
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Tue, Sep 15, 2009 7:00 PM EDT
Like some passing of the provocative-celebrity-style-torch, two blonde pop stars came face to face at the Marc Jacobs runway last night and made us realize just how important their dual influences on fashion have been. One put the cone bra in vogue and one made pantslessness seem like the epitome of hip--and it seems both served as inspiration to New York's most forward-thinking designer this season.Read More »from Madonna and Lady Gaga: A Celeb Style Mash-Up Only Marc Jacobs Could Imagine
Yes dolls, provocateur-of-the-moment (that would be Lady Gaga) and provocateur-of-a-generation (Madonna, natch) both sat front row at Marc's show last night, taking in the theatrical, cabaret-inspired collection and no doubt making mental notes of which pieces would pack the most dramatic punch for their respective performances.
Check it out: Marc Jacobs does his best Madonna impression!
Did you ever think you'd see a day where Madonna would be the least sartorially adventurous pop star in any given room? With the envelope-pushing Gaga decked in a Batman-style mask, flying saucer hat,
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Fri, Sep 11, 2009 8:21 PM EDT
Like I said yesterday, there's an aspect about New York Fashion Week that's totally heartbreaking: all these great clothes and accessories barrel out on the runway by the dozens, but you can't get your hands on them 'til next February! Fortunately, each season there's always a few looks that you can start test-driving the second they hit the interwebs. Take for instance, the almighty t-shirt dress.
The new twist on this one is that the jersey dresses are draped a little--so the whole thing feels a little Grecian but is still just as comfy as your not-moving-off-the-couch weekend sweats. The first one I spotted was at yesterday's BCBG show, which opened with a white jersey stunner. And there were a few more that popped up later on in the day, both at L.A.M.B. and Wayne.
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I even saw Rumi, the trendy bloggette behind Fashion Toast wearing a ruffled t-shirt dress yesterday in what I'd call the perfect fall way to wear this
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Tue, Sep 8, 2009 7:18 PM EDT
We've been so good all summer: Shopping our closets, reworking old outfits to look new again, and only splurging when it's absolutely necessary. It's time to reward ourselves with a little (deeply discounted) fall shopping, don't you think?Read More »from Save Big Bucks At Your Favorite Stores: Get Glamour's Exclusive Coupon Codes Now!
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Tracey isn't the only huge Phillip Lim fan here at STF: The one thing I wanted for my ten year anniversary (!) in January, was an emerald cowl-neck 3.1 dress I'd fallen for, head-over-Nordstrom-Rack-heels. As much I still lurve it, had Lim's zipper-ruffle skirt that Beyoncé rocked the other day to the press conference for the "Answer the Call" charity concert been in stores, it would have definitely topped my wish list.Read More »from Are You Still Loving The Zipper Trend?
Let us know if some of Beyonce's other style choices were a do or a don't for you.
But somehow, even though the exposed zipper trend was getting lots of air time this summer (and even now), I never got around to actually buying any of it, and my style intuition is telling me it's nearing the bottom of it's popularity curve. Still, Bey's cute look has me feeling for something zippy again. Yes, ladies, I'm torn and I need your advice.
Is "zipping it" a fall trend to try now?!
(A minor aside: Hey Bey, if you're reading this, and since you probably won't wear that skirt
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Wed, Sep 2, 2009 9:19 PM EDT
I was sitting at the U.S. Open with a bunch of boys last night, and they all started talking about how cool it is that Bear Grylls, AKA the Man vs. Wild adventurer, has his own clothing line. "Bear Grylls?" I wondered. "As in, BEAR GRYLLS?!" I was flabbergasted. Could there be a dude less likely to inspire me to buy pants? And then I woke up this morning and read WWD and decided ah, yes, there was.Read More »from Al Roker, Fashion Designer?! Why Celeb Clothing Lines Are Officially Out Of Control
And that man, ladies, is Al Roker. Yes, according to today's Fashion Scoops, the nationally loved weatherman is in talks with the coat company Weatherproof to "design" a line tentatively called Weatherman, the Al Roker Collection. "The line, slated to launch fall 2010, would include rain jackets, coats, footwear and cold weather accessories. The collaboration, which would target mass market stores or national chains, marks the renewed partnership between Weatherproof and Roker, who has served as the company's spokesperson in past ad campaigns."
Maybe this is a case of the "woman behind the
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Tue, Aug 25, 2009 7:52 PM EDT
First things first. Here's a quick list of things you shouldn't wear if you're worried your arms are looking bigger than you'd like: Anything strapless, sleeveless, or spaghetti strapped. Each of these will draw the eye directly to what you feel is your least flattering feature. Instead, try these tips and tricks:Read More »from Your Style Problems, Solved: How To Dress To Play Down Your Arms
1. Choose a sleeve with volume. You'll be able to camouflage your arms best under something with a little oomph to it--kimono, bell, and puffy sleeves are all great options (and the puffy sleeve happens to be having a major moment right now). If you're worried you look too covered up, opt for a slightly shorter hemline than you'd normally go for--show off those legs instead!
2. Draw the eye to other places. A sweetheart neckline or an off-the-shoulder top will both draw eyes towards your chest, neck, and face instead of your arms. An off-the-shoulder look in flowing chiffon is especially forgiving--and channels a haute hippie vibe that's perfect for late summer.
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Thu, Aug 20, 2009 8:21 PM EDT
Some of y'all might remember that awhile back I asked you to send in your fall style Qs for Rachel Zoe--a.k.a. our beloved patron saint of Shutting It Down here at STF--to answer. Find out how we got her to give us the exclusive 411 on fall fashion, after the jump.Read More »from Exclusive! Rachel Zoe Answers YOUR Style Questions
To help celebrate the launch of Piperlime's brand-spanking-new clothing section, we asked their guest editor (that's right, Ms. Zoe) for smart solutions to a few of fall's toughest fashion puzzlers.
That's a short, sweet and very professional way of saying that Yours Truly somehow won the workplace megabucks and got to go to L.A. and spend the day watching (while sweating profusely with OMG-induced nerves) Rachel Zoe work her styling magic. And I met Taylor. And I got to sit down with Rachel and ask her all your Qs. And it's all on film. And the answer to your question is Yes: In person Rachel is just as fabulous, insanely chic and funny as she is on her show. And the answer to your second question is that after much