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  • OMG TMI! Chrissy Teigen Reveals She Never Wears This Clothing Item.

    by Danica Lo


    photo: Getty Imagesphoto: Getty Images Want to know what Chrissy Teigen is wearing underneath her dress in this photo? Nothing.

    Yup. On Friday, the model (and John Legend's fiancee) was a guest on E!'s Fashion Police, where she revealed to Joan Rivers & Co. that she never wears underwear. Ever.

    Whether it's to avoid the appearance of panty lines or whether she just finds undies uncomfortable, we'll never know, but even though Teigen rose to fame as a swimwear and underwear model, it doesn't seem like she's a fan of the latter apparel category in real life.

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    But wait, there's more! Since Fashion Police is pretty notorious for being a no-holds-barred no-filter tell-all show, Joan Rivers wanted to know all about the logistics of not ever wearing undies and--wait for it--Teigen's period.

    While Fashion Police co-host George Kotsiopoulos shouted "TMI! TMI!" in the background, Teigen revealed that she doesn't even wear underwear when she's menstruating--and that

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  • This New Study Shows that Shopping Can Make You Feel Lonelier--Uh Oh!

    by Nikki Ogunnaike


    Courtesy of Candidly NicoleCourtesy of Candidly NicoleFull disclosure: I've recently decided to make an effort to recycle the pieces in my closet and spend any extra money on experiences rather than material possessions. Looks like I've made the right choice because according to a study from the Journal of Consumer Research, shopping and valuing clothes and accessories as a measure of success or type of therapy can be associated with an uptick in loneliness over time.

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    In the study, author Rik Pieters addresses three types of materialism: "acquisition centrality, possession-defined success, and acquisition as the source of happiness." As The Atlantic reports, "acquisition centrality" is your classic shopoholic, "possession-defined success" is your classic Keeping-Up-With-the-Joneses/Kardashians types and "acquisition as source of happiness" is your classic middle-age-crisis person. It was found that the latter two will eventually fall into a vicious cycle where

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  • Glamour Style Icon of the Week Diane Kruger Has ALWAYS Looked Amazing

    by Fawnia Soo Hoo


    Getty ImagesGetty Images Over here at Glamour, we write about Diane Kruger pretty much on a regular basis. We can't help it because her inherently envelope-pushing and just-sexy-enough personal style just blows us away every.single.time. Her formal ballet training and early career as a high-fashion model explain her innate poise and big-time designer connections, but her sartorial skills just come naturally. So clearly, we need to crown Diane Kruger our Style Icon of the Week. And here's the fun part--let's scroll through her looks!

    No awkward ingenue photos to start, Diane's just always looked amazing. Above, she is in 2002 at Cannes walking the red carpet for the Punch Drunk Love premiere. She's already confident enough to work a jewel-embellished Moroccan-style silk robe layered over an iridescent orange evening gown.

    Getty ImagesGetty Images Remember Diane's big Hollywood blockbuster debut as the most beautiful woman in the world (duh) in the movie Troy? She costarred alongside the now Hammer

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  • Model Jessica Stam Loves Short Hair, Hates Wedge Sneakers, and Highly Recommends Mismatching Your Earrings

    by Christina Perez


    Jessica Stam's decade-long career of catwalking and campaign-starring has included stints for just about every major fashion brand under the sun. The Canadian native and current New Yorker has worked for everyone from Karl Lagerfeld to Cover Girl. Now she's adding G-Shock to the list serving as an ambassador for the brand's Baby G watches. (For the record, Stam had a translucent baby blue Baby G back in the day.)

    I caught up with the supermodel at the brand's big annual bash (where Eminem performed!) and found out what she's shopping for lately, how it feels to make drastic hair changes, her least-favorite fashion trends--and more.

    What's on your shopping list for fall?
    I want to flats--sneakers, actually. I need more sneakers.

    Last thing you bought?
    New jeans from Acne and Blk Dnm. High waisted with straight legs.

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    Go-to summer outfit:

    Jean shorts, T-shirt, and strappy sandals.

    Fashion pet-peeve:

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  • Miley Cyrus Wears a Hot Leather Dress for Date Night ... With Liam Hemsworth (Wait, so They're ON?)

    by Fawnia Soo Hoo


    Getty ImagesGetty ImagesNot sure what's bigger Miley Cyrus news here: That she and on-and-always-rumored-off-again fiancé Liam Hemsworth walked the red carpet together for the first time in over a year or she's wearing an insanely hot leather dress by Proenza Schouler. The girl does love her summer leather.

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    Miley was Liam's plus-one to the premiere of his upcoming film Paranoia--he's wearing BOSS if you're wondering--but she may have stolen a bit of his thunder. Or her fall-ready leather patchwork dress and summery accessories did.

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    The detail on the dress is stunning--the black and red blocking contrast different size perforations and the python paneling brings it all together. Plus, the modest length and neckline temper the sizzle factor of leah-thuh, making a perfect blend of sultry and demure for date night. I also love how she made the fall texture summer-appropriate

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  • Leather is the Perfect Summer-to-Fall Wardrobe Essential, According to Miley Cyrus

    by Fawnia Soo Hoo


    Miley Cyrus likes leather in July.Miley Cyrus likes leather in July. We're officially into August, but let's be honest, fall fashion is top of mind right now. (How much do I want to go fall coat shopping in 80-degree weather?!) But it's still blazing hot out there, so transitional summer-to-fall pieces are essential for right now. And yes, there are Alexa Chung-recommended short suits and Heidi Klum-approved matching sleeveless top and pants-sets, but how about a texture that's major for fall, but totally doable for the tail end of summer, too. I'm talking about LEATHER.

    Or there's the less wallet-busting, PETA-friendly vegan, er, poly leather, which is synthetically made, leatherlike material. Designers like music fan Joseph Altuzarra are embracing the fabric for fall as the imitation texture is easier to manipulate into intricately sexy designs. Whichever your preference, the look is definitely worth consideration. And, as a special treat, we have Ruthy Emsallem-Grode, the CEO of super-chic vegan-leather label Bailey 44, to talk us

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  • 3 Unexpected Reasons Designer Handbags and Shoes Are Getting so Expensive so Quickly

    by Nikki Ogunnaike


    photo: Getty Imagesphoto: Getty Images Ever wonder why designer items, which can often cost as much as (if not more than) one month's rent are only getting more and more expensive? Yeah, me too. Thankfully, Lauren Sherman, reporter at The Business of Fashion, investigated the issue at hand, finding more than five different explanations. Here are three that I found particularly interesting.

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    Expensive = exclusive (and to some that's a good thing): Sherman writes, "Perception and desirability play a huge role in the pricing game." When a brand raises its prices, it attracts a fresh, wealthier customer base that's willing to (and actually can) drop the big bucks for the newest pieces on the market. And what brand wouldn't love that?

    Raw materials are more expensive: "Cattle prices (which are relevant to leather goods) will rise in the U.S. by 7.3 percent in 2013, according to market research firm Allendale," writes Sherman. But it doesn't stop there.

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  • 10 Summer Trends We Wish Would Just Die Already

    by Danica Lo


    photos: Kyle Ericksen, Dan Lecca, Marc Serotaphotos: Kyle Ericksen, Dan Lecca, Marc Serota Okay ladies, it's nearly mid-August, and fall is just around the corner. After a balmy few months being bombarded with crop-tops, short-shorts, and platform flip-flops, it's time to sound off on which summer trends you with would just die already.

    Travel booking site Sunshine recently surveyed more than 2,000 men and women to find out what their top-ten most-hated summer fashion trends are. Guess what rang in at number one?

    Yup, cut-out swimsuits.

    What once seemed like a good tummy-covering alternative somewhere mid-way between a skin-baring bikini and a cover-all one-piece has somehow earned sunbathers' scorn. Maybe it's the weird tan lines? Or maybe they're too complicated to put on--like, where-does-my-arm-go?

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    Here are the nine other most-hated summer fashion trends that ranked high in the survey -

    2. Socks and sandals

    3. Speedos

    4. Ill-fitting bikinis (this is less a trend, I think, and more just a problem with people

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  • The Summer Shoe Staple that May Be Worse for Your Feet Than High Heels!

    by Amy Wicks


    photo: Delphine Achardphoto: Delphine AchardWhere do you stand in the conversation of fashion vs. function--and now vs. flip-flops!? Could it be that the summer shoe staple may be worse for your feet than high heels? We all know that wearing high heels too often can be bad for your back and feet. (Sarah Jessica Parker recently took her doctor's advice to give up her beloved pumps because her feet were so messed up), but who knew that flip-flops--the official lazy shoe of summer--could be just as bad for you, ergonomically?

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    The New York Daily News reports that wearing flip-flops can lead to neck and hip problems (from scrunching your toes as you walk, which can change your normal gait) to sprains and twists from the lack of ankle support. Doctors advise against wearing flip-flops for extended periods of time for a number of reasons, such as the lack of arch support and the fact that these flat shoes can't take a regular pounding on the pavement like shoes with a

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  • Taylor Swift Believes There Are Only Two Kinds of People in the World. Those Who Wear Keds with Socks and Those that Don't.

    by Amy Wicks


    courtesy of Kedscourtesy of Keds I've always liked Taylor Swift (I Knew You Were Trouble is kind of my summer anthem) but I'm an even bigger fan now, after seeing the adorable outtakes from her new Keds campaign.

    After talking about her obsession with Law & Order, she joked about where she falls in the socks vs. no socks look when wearing Keds. "I think there are really two kinds of people in the world," she said, trying to maintain a straight face. "People who wear socks with Keds and people that don't."

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    She tried really hard to keep it together but her interviewer, fashion stylist Zanna Roberts Rassi, didn't laugh, she lost it. "You're like, 'she's insane!'" Taylor said.

    Check out the video and if you want to skip ahead to the good stuff, start at the :45 second mark.

    I hope we get to see more of this side of Taylor Swift, don't you? I love a celeb that's willing to make fun of themselves and not try to be taken so seriously all the time.

    Are you

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