By Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour magazine
It looks like Annalynne McCord has Annie Hall in her Netflix queue! She's been taking inspiration from Diane Keaton's title character lately with a menswear-inspired look all over the red carpet...
The 90210 star hit the red carpet at a charity fashion show in a leather jacket, slouchy trousers, and a skinny green tie a couple of weeks ago. She kept things girly by adding bright pink lipstick, which the Girls In The Beauty Department called "the best date night makeup look ever."
A few days later, she posed at a film screening wearing a loosely knotted plaid tie with a fitted white shirt. The sexy popped collar helps offset the uber-guy vibe here--and so do those hot red stilettos!
And just last week, she made yet another red carpet appearance--this time at the People's Choice Awards press conference--in a short sleeve shirt with skinny pants and a short blue tie.
Here's what's working for me here: I love that her hair and makeup are glamorous
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By Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour magazineRead More »from Pajama Sales Are On The Rise! Do You Wear 'Em?
When Rosemary asked, "What do you wear to bed?" a couple of months back over at Smitten, the answers ran the gamut from "Nothing!" to "Shorts and a tank top," to "A hoodie sweatshirt and thermals." But according to experts, more and more young women are opting for good old fashioned pajamas.
According to yesterday's Mirror UK, PJ sales are on the rise, especially with women under 35. "Nearly half of women and more than one in three men now say they wear pajamas at night...compared with fewer than three in ten people a decade ago." A group of market analysts found that sales have grown steadily by nine percent over the past five years, and it's now a $765 million industry.
So what's the reason for the sudden interest in looking more like Hugh Hefner? "Experts say the popularity of evenings in and the rise in numbers working from home has created a demand for a 'third wardrobe' of lounging outfits on top of people's normal work and leisure
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Mon, Nov 15, 2010 7:31 PM EST
By Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour magazineRead More »from Google Gets Into The Fashion Game With Boutiques.com
The word Google has become as synonymous with search as Kleenex has with tissues, but they're hoping you'll soon consider them the masters of a whole 'nother arena: Fashion! The online giant is about to launch a new website and dot com designer boutiques on Wednesday, and the tech-savvy style hounds are already getting excited.
According to today's WWD, "The new site, dubbed - for now - Boutiques.com, is part of a bigger trend toward new retail formats that the Internet and social media have made possible." Users will be allowed to plug in their style preferences (brands, items, and looks) and create a personalized shop that shows them stuff they'll love. They've already got some serious star wattage behind them in the form of Sarah Jessica Parker, who's been tapped to create a boutique of her own, and sources say Katie Holmes will soon follow.
The WWD article goes on to say, "Oscar de la Renta, Tory Burch, Cynthia Rowley, Marchesa, Isaac Mizrahi,
By Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour magazine
Saturday was a night full of stars in Los Angeles, when tons of young celebs came out to the Museum of Contemporary Art's annual gala, sponsored by Chanel--and that means the guests were decked in the label, too! Check out what they wore and then cast your vote for the evening's best dressed.
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- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Fri, Nov 12, 2010 9:39 PM EST
By Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour magazineRead More »from Sally Jessy Raphael Reveals Why She Bought Her Famous Red Glasses
Remember talk show host Sally Jessy Raphael's famous oversize red glasses? She recently shared the story of how she got them with Oprah Winfrey, and I couldn't help but crack up...
I won't embarrass my beautiful older sister by sharing a photo of them, but she wore an identical pair to Sally Jessy's scarlet frames in the 80s, and they're still a source of many good laughs in my family. "What the heck were you thinking?!" we often ask our mother, along with queries about our so-short-we-were-mistaken-for-boys haircuts and Polly Flinders floral dresses. But poor Jamie's glasses take the cake for Worst Indignity Ever Inflicted By A Lomrantz Parent, and now that I know the backstory behind the talk show host's specs, I'm feeling even more sympathetic.
On Wednesday afternoon's show, Oprah invited some of her favorite talk show hosts--including Phil Donahue, Geraldo Rivera, Ricki Lake, and Montel Williams--to dish about their days on-air and share some
By Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour magazineRead More »from 3 Chic New Ways To Wear Velvet
Velvet is such a hot trend for fall that stars have been rocking it since all the way back in August. Here at Slaves To Fashion, we waited to bust out the smooth stuff until it felt a bit more weather appropriate, and now that it does, we've got three chic ways to wear the super-luxe material (including a smart way to expand on Lauren's fabulous velvet shoe choices!).
You already know velvet is a holiday party staple, but those rich-looking pieces don't have to languish in the back of your closet when you're not in champagne-quaffing mode. Here's how to do it in your everyday life.
Slip into a pair of velvet pants: The mossy green version from Ralph Lauren's fall 2010 runway may be a bit balloon-y for your tastes, but the styling principles are spot-on. Choose a pair in a muted hue and pair 'em with a black sweater and blazer (or a capelet!), and simple neutral accessories. Don't want to drown in a sea of LBDs at your next cocktail fete? These are
By Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour magazineRead More »from Coco Chanel's Number One Don't? JEANS!
Even the most highly fabulous among us take a style misstep here and there, right? So we suppose Coco Chanel can be forgiven for saying that jeans were "horrible"...
Karl Lagerfeld recently spoke at the International Herald Tribune's luxury conference (yep, the same one where he made Victoria Beckham erupt into a fit of giggles!), and according to Vogue UK, he made no bones about mentioning the two biggest mistakes his house's namesake, Coco Chanel, made in her career:
"The first was when she said 'Not one man I have spoken to likes a woman in mini skirts'. I think no one dared to tell this 86-year-old lady that miniskirts are great and really sexy," he says. "Number two was when she decided blue jeans were horrible. This was the fashion of the world at that partuclar moment - it was the Sixties. No one wanted to be told by an old lady that miniskirts and jeans weren't chic. The result was that she lost her power and in the end no one cared about
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Wed, Nov 10, 2010 11:38 PM EST
By Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour magazineRead More »from A High School Football Player Says Pink Cleats Got Him Kicked Off The Team
Tom Brady, Eli Manning, and Drew Brees all proved how good football players can look in pink when they took to the field in magenta gloves and cleats all throughout October to support Breast Cancer Awareness, but when one high school player followed suit, he says he was kicked off the team.
Mississippi high school student (and star kicker) Coy Sheppard says when he hit the field at an October 8 game in a pair of pink cleats, given to him by his 82-year-old cancer surviving-grandmother, coach Chris Peterson asked him to remove them. When Coy refused--and wore them to practice again the following week--he says he was dismissed from the squad. The phys ed credits he was supposed to receive for being on the team have now been revoked, and he's filed a lawsuit claiming that his graduation may be in jeopardy.
According to USA Today, "District Deputy Superintendent Tom Duncan said the problem isn't the color of Coy's shoes but that the student ignored
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Wed, Nov 10, 2010 10:25 PM EST
By Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour magazineRead More »from Meet The Young Afghan Woman Changing The World One Pair Of Shoes At A Time
Shahla Akbari, age 19, has lived her whole life in Kabul, Afghanistan, where most of her female peers from her school days are now married mothers. But for Shalha, the end of her teenage years are being spent not in the home, as her she admits her brother and male friends would probably prefer, but as an entrepreneur manufacturing and selling her own line of handmade shoes under the label "Afghan Women Initiative Company", or AWIC. She chose to get into the shoe business because it's one of the few things, along with a handbag, that most Afghan women can actually use to express their personal style from beneath a burka.
She recently made a trip to New York for the first time, where an organization called Bpeace--an inspiring non-profit dedicated to creating employment in conflict-afflicted countries and helping foster the spirit of entrepreneurship--granted her an amazing opportunity. Thanks to Bpeace's funding and effort, Shahla spent her time
- Dressed, Glamour Magazine | Fashion – Wed, Nov 10, 2010 12:08 AM EST
By Tracey Lomrantz, Glamour magazine
For the 20th straight year, Glamour honored some of the most respected, empowered, and downright inspiring women at tonight's Women of the Year Awards. And this year's star-studded crop of honorees and attendees brought more fabulousness to the red carpet than the ceremony has ever seen.Read More »from Glamour's 2010 Women Of The Year: Your First Look At The Best Dressed On The Red Carpet