Lo Bosworth, Siva Kaneswaran, and Taylor Schilling and New York Fashion Week.
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How's everyone feeling after Day Two of New York Fashion Week? Are you warmed up and ready for more? Or are you totally burnt out already? Even if you're not trekking from one show to another, keeping up with all the trends and shows can be exhausting. I feel like I ran a marathon and all I've done is look at pictures of celebrities at Fashion Week today. I can't imagine how they feel, especially since they don't look tired, like, at all.
Last night was the launch party for the Peter Pilotto x Target collab that everyone has been eagerly awaiting. Our girl Lo Bosworth went simple in head-to-toe black, while Taylor Schilling wore possibly the cutest outfit I've ever seen. Her multicolored floral dress is totally springy and totally making me want to move to a warmer climate ASAP. As for men, Siva Kaneswaran hit up the Nautica show appropriately dressed in a sweater and scarf.
The U.S. Olympic Team and a mysterious snow woman.
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If you livestreamed the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony, you were probably unable to focus on Team USA's patriotic Ralph Lauren sweater ensembles due to a mysterious woman who was walking in front of them. Decked out in white and wearing an extremely ornate headpiece, she caused quite a commotion on Twitter. It wasn't because they were wearing white after Labor Day but because no one (with the exception of the Russians) had any idea who these ladies were or why they were dressed like extras from this SNL sketch. With the power vested in us (by Googling Russian fairy tales), let us explain.
Coco Rocha, AnnaSophia Robb, and Colton Haynes at New York Fashion Week Fall 2014.
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Whoa, whoa, whoa. Can you believe it's time for New York Fashion Week again? And for next fall's clothes? Liiike, it's pretty hard to imagine that in a few months we won't feel the need to cover every inch of our skin for fear of frostbite, but I guess we gotta believe it. I mean, the designs heading down the runway today seem to hint that warmth will visit us again, so we'll trust in them. Fashion has never misled us before, right?
Besides the actual runway looks, though, one of the best parts of any Fashion Week is peeping the celebs who flock to sit front row and cavort with other famous faces. We're not even a full day in and we've already spotted a few of our faves like Coco Rocha, AnnaSophia Robb, and Colton Haynes. AnnaSophia bared the cold in a crop top and a skirt for the Houghton show, while Coco and Colton layered pants, long-sleeve shirts, and jackets for the BCBG Max Azria and Richard Chai shows.
Express your feelings through Whitney, Drake, Mariah, Kanye, Walt, and Jesse.
Photo: Etsy/Urban Outfitters
With Valentine's Day still over a week away, you might not have considered what to get for your BF/GF/frand/dog/cat/unrequited crush. There are plenty of options out there (chocolate, teddy bear, jewelry, etc.), but what you actually give doesn't matter, as long as it's accompanied by a cool card. Sure, you could buy the same Disney Princess valentines you gave out to everyone in your class in fifth grade, OR you could step your game up. We've searched high and low on this vast internet for cards that don't suck. Check 'em out below—you still have time to order!
Express your feelings through Kanye West.
WARNING: This card is only appropriate for, like, your longterm BF/GF and/or your mom. Telling someone you love them like Kanye West loves Kanye is a lotta love, and not everyone can handle it. The man has a lot of love for his own genius, so don't give this card out to the guy who makes your coffee every morning. You may love him for one to two minutes per day, but that love does not come close to approaching Kanye's level of self-love.
Lady Gaga on the March cover of 'Harper's Bazaar.'
Photo: Harper's Bazaar
After being noticeably absent from our lives thus far in 2014, Lady Gaga has resurfaced on the cover of Harper's Bazaar. While we've missed the multi-outfit days of November, between the spread and interview, there is a ton of fashion in this piece. There's prob enough to tide us over for, like, at least a week.
The spread was shot by Gaga BFF Terry Richardson, and on the cover she rocks a short blonde 'do and no shirt. She's not Miley-level nekkid—she has on a sparkly Saint Laurent jacket. And after staring at this picture for a few minutes, I'm honestly not sure what you could wear under that jacket, so no shirt seems pretty reasonable, IMHO.
Kira on 'Teen Wolf.'
OK, I'm not entirely sure what went down on last night's Teen Wolf, but I liked it. It was filled to the brim with action! No one has faced more ~drama~ in four episodes than Kira. The girl can't catch a break. As her romance with Scott continues to blossom, and as she absorbs all the power in Beacon Hills (NBD), we've been keeping a close eye on her style. Last week we noticed her superhero leggings and this week we were like, "Hold up. This is not the first athletic jersey-inspired look our young kitsune has worn." And, in fact, it's not!
Selena Gomez in her Dream Out Loud line.
Photo: @selenagomez Instagram
Selenators, Selena Gomez has some new designs for her Dream Out Loud line that you're going to L-O-V-E. Selly posted a picture of herself ~chillin~ in the studio in some SELENATORS-emblazoned sweatpants, and we must say, they look like the perfect piece to add to your closet if "Come & Get It" is your #1 most-played track in iTunes. Repping your stan status while simultaneously wearing something your fave designed? It's a hard combo to come by, but Selena nailed it just for you. That is, Sel's fans actually asked for these designs, and hearing their cries, she not only provided the swag, but options, too.
Miley Cyrus for 'W.'
Photo: 'W' Magazine/Foam finger: Amazon
No, the headline isn't wrong. This is a picture of Miley Cyrus, not Lady Gaga. Can you believe it? We barely can, TBH. After Miley's W cover leaked last week, we knew the full story and spread would likely be out soon. What we didn't realize was just how soon. A mere three days after the leak, the spread has arrived in full. Obviously, we need to discuss it.
While the piece, penned by Ronan Farrow, is titled "Miley Cyrus Laid Bare," Miley does little laying and is not entirely bare in the spread shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. The bleached brows and longer bob she has on the cover remains throughout the spread, but instead of using only a pillow, she (partially) covers up with clothing, like a fully unbuttoned Balmain leather jumpsuit.
Whomp. Our Friday nights are about to feature a lot less Carrie Bradshaw. The Carrie Diaries season finale aired last night, and whether or not the show will be coming back anytime soon remains up in the air. I guess I will have to Google Austin Butler's name every once in a while to see how he's doing instead of watching his QT face on my screen. I guess I'll live. The episode wrapped up a lot of loose ends, and while I'd be sad if Carrie & Co. were never to return, I'd be satisfied with where things were left. Especially with all of the fashion that we were treated to in this final episode. While Carrie getting fired from Interview and deciding to move to L.A. with Sebastian was a major plot point, the main event was Larissa's wedding. We have all the deets on wedding looks from Eric Daman, the show's costume designer, so LEGGO!
AnnaSophia Robb on 'The Carrie Diaries.'
Photo: The CW
After getting fired from her job, Carrie turns to her ex-BF Weaver (#hey) for advice. She visits him at his brownstone, which, BTW, bears an eerie resemblance to the one future CB lives in. Eric told us, "I really wanted to have an end of season flash forward to fabulous Carrie Bradshaw fashion moment! A super special AHA outfit that was an ode to the Sex and the City Carrie we know and love! And so I put together this little ensemble: gorgeous green statement coat (borrowed from my BF Blair Waldorf)? Check! Midi circle skirt with crinoline? Check! Totally '80s leopard-print top? Check! Totally amazing shoes (found these to-die-for Sophia Webster pencil and notebook paper Mary Janes on a last-minute run to Bergdorf's and died a little at how they were THE perfect embodiment of a Carrie shoe! The fashion! The whimsy! The writing utensils!). And, of course, no tenue du jour would be Carrie Complete without a Fendi baguette (in glass tile mosaic...WHAT?!?). I call this look 'back to the future fashion phenom!'"
CARRIE BRADSHAW (ANNASOPHIA ROBB)
+ Coat: Nanette Lepore
+ Top: Topshop
+ Skirt: Yoana Barashi from Anthropologie
+ Stockings: Commando
+ Shoes: Sophia Webster
+ Purse: Fendi
+ Earrings: Adia Kibur
+ "C" Broach: Topshop
Happy birthday, Harry!
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Today is Harry Styles' 20th birthday, which means there are no longer any teens in One Direction! It's totally acceptable to be a 20-something who loves the band, because now they are all 20-somethings, too! YAY. Let us rejoice! Last year, we wished Harry a year of good hair days, unaware that he'd soon be swapping his trademark side swept 'do for something a little more vertical. In the past year, Harry has stepped up his accessory game, introducing a variety of headbands and hats into his on- and offstage looks. Begrudgingly (JK 4EVA!), we pored over hundreds of photos of 19-year-old Harry to find some of his best headgear. We don't know what the next year will bring for sire Styles, but it's almost guaranteed to be fashion and accessory-filled. I mean, the dude is a British Style Icon. Plus, there's our inevitable wedding (I'm looking at dates in 2014), so he's bound to look great for that.
Happy birthday, Harry! Here are 20 things you wore on your head this year, in case you forgot!
When he was a boyish 18, the only hats Harry wore were beanies. They flop, his hair flopped, it was a match made in floppy heaven. At 19, though, Harry introduced new hats into his wardrobe. There was the ubiquitous tan fedora he wore all summer and the black porkpie hat he showed off on Instagram. He also began wearing hats to award shows and on stage. At the Teen Choice Awards, he debuted a wide-brimmed hat that could've easily been stolen from John Mayer's closet, and onstage in Australia, he wore some local flare.