Annasophia Robb

AnnaSophia Robb at H&M's Denim Days event.
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Anyone who's as addicted to The Carrie Diaries as we are knows that AnnaSophia Robb is totally charming as a young Carrie Bradshaw on the new CW series. Plus, we've got to admit— there aren't THAT many girls we know who can pull off poofy skirts and even poofier hair with the same adorableness as this 19-year-old actress. But as great as she is in this SATC prequel, believe it or not, ASR is even more awesome in real life. The actress changed out of her '80s onscreen wardrobe and pulled on the blue jeans to host Denim Days at New York's H&M this weekend where she celebrated the brand's new campaign and hung out with fans, looking like THE perfect spokesmodel in a sparkly blazer and light-wash skinnies from H&M. In between doing the meet-and-greet thing, AnnaSophia Robb chatted with us about her favorite pair of jeans, the denim-on-denim trend, and her ultimate celeb style icon. Any guesses? Watch our exclusive interview below!


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Kat Dahlia

Kat Dahlia.
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We've liked Kat Dahlia for a while now, ever since her smoky soulful breakout single "Gangsta" debuted late last year. However, today the singer has dropped the song's video upon the world and well, let's just say we're officially obsessed. Shot in her Miami hometown, the clip follows the 21-year-old throughout her local haunts, with the same gritty flashbacks and shadowy edge that we've come to associate with the autobiographical track. Although Kat's vocal prowess is NOTHING new, something that wasn't quite so obvious— until now, that is— is her killer style. With a self-described "boho urban glam" wardrobe and an affinity for mixing designer and fast fashion, we got the chance to quiz her on all this and more when she stopped by MTV recently. Check out our exclusive interview with Kat Dahlia below!


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Kate Nash

Kate Nash.
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It's hard to believe it's been FIVE YEARS since we first started crushing on Kate Nash, way back when her whip-smart and earwormy single "Foundations" burst upon the scene in 2007. But good news for everyone with a Kate-shaped hole in our hearts, because she's back! And she's making up for lost time. The London-based singer has a new album appropriately titled Girl Talk, which drops next week, and if her preview track "3 AM" is any indication, expect more of the catchy cleverness we've come to associate with the musician. Just before her new release, Kate stopped by MTV and we took the opportunity to quiz her on ALL things fashion. With a penchant for vintage dresses, some serious knowledge about the London design scene, and a rad philosophy on keeping fashion fun, this is a lady who knows a thing or two about style. So grab your notebooks, y'all, and get schooled by Kate Nash in our exclusive interview below!


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Harry Styles

Harry Styles.
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Discussing and dissecting each and every little strand on Harry Styles' perfectly coiffed head is well-tread territory on the interwebs these days, but you know what's rare? Actually getting the secret to the One Direction singer's shaggy moptop, which is why we're sharing this VERY IMPORTANT NEWS to you guys. Emily Weiss of the beauty site Into The Gloss ran into Harry (!) unexpectedly at a London Fashion Week event where he was DJing to practically ZERO crowd— we know, we can't believe it either— and did what any self-respecting journalist would do: freak out silently in a dark corner and then summon the courage to talk to him. We're glad she did, because in that brief encounter, she managed to pry as much info as she could about his beauty "routine" (if you can call it that?), as well as pass on lots of major stuff like what happens when one takes a picture with Harry Styles. Intrigued? See what we learned after the jump!


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A still from Haim's "Falling" music video.
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You know what they say, there's just something about California girls. Maybe it's their free spirits or just the fact that they aren't as vitamin D deficient as us cranky goths here on the east coast, but lemme tell you, it's something. Los Angeles sister-band Haim have whatever that California lady magic is in spades, and their latest video, for synth pop stunner "Falling," makes that abundantly clear. Set in LA's Angelus mountains, the video shows the three sisters (in descending age and height order: Este, Danielle, and Alana who is also known as 'Baby Haim') arriving in the forest only to shed their more prim selves in exchange for living off the land and dancing ecstatically in the firelight. Transforming from wide-eyed explorers in vintage collegiate garb (high waisted skater skirts, buttoned-up blouses a la The Virgin Suicides) into wild girls fishing with their bare hands in cut off shorts, crop tops, and printed ponchos, Haim manage to capture all of the dynamism and magic of their live show in the clip, combining the arresting visuals with the emotional, driving tempo of the song. There's also dancing, and a lot of it. We were so into the clothes in the video, which range from vintage to local LA designers, and fit both the narrative and the girls' personal styles perfectly, that we knew we had to have a chat with Los Angeles stylist Sophia DeArborne to go a little deeper.


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Adam Levine

Adam Levine.
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Whether he's singing, judging The Voice, or, ahem, just making sure his fragrance doesn't become "celebrity bulls***," Adam Levine is a guy who KNOWS what he wants. So it should go without saying, then, that his new 222 clothing line for Kmart is going to be no less directional than what we're used to seeing from the Maroon 5 frontman. The only difference? This time around, he's taking inspiration from you! To jump start the design process the singer is asking fans to submit ideas, drawings, notes, whatever, on Shop Your Way for the chance to win an autographed guitar (because let's be real: everyone needs a little inspiration sometimes, even famous musicians...). Just in time for the launch of the contest, Adam sat down with us in New York to talk 222, why not all t-shirts are created equal, and why he'd NEVER be caught dead in another celeb line. Read our interview below!


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Silver Linings Playbook

A still from 'Silver Linings Playbook.'
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If we've learned anything at all from the Golden Globes, the Critics' Choice, and the SAG Awards this season, it's that Silver Linings Playbook will be THE movie to beat at the Oscars come Sunday night. Oh, and if you still haven't seen it yet? Crawl out from whatever rock you're hiding under all winter and head to the movie theater STAT because this is one film that's truly too good to sleep on. But first, check out our interview with costume designer Mark Bridges, otherwise known as the creative mastermind behind all of the flick's amazing outfits. We're talking about Bradley Cooper's garbage bag workout uniform, Jennifer Lawrence's black-on-black ensembles, and even the pair's epic dance performance looks. Before the cast turns out on the red carpet this weekend, Mark was nice enough to chat with us about the secret to style authenticity, dressing J.Law, and how her off-duty workout clothes inspired the film's MOST important outfit.


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Rozzi Crane

Rozzi Crane.
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Plenty of girls can claim to be "one of the guys," but nobody we know has QUITE the same bragging rights to this as Rozzi Crane. The 21-year-old San Francisco singer is the very first artist to be signed to Adam Levine's 222 Records label, and she's just kicked off a major North American tour with Levine and the rest of Maroon 5. It should go without saying that the emerging pop star is overflowing with talent— seriously, her voice is insane, and she's collaborating with both Levine and musical guests like Kendrick Lamar on her forthcoming album. But besides her massive pipes, Rozzi's also got an inherently killer style sense that's one part hip-hop, one part '90s, and one part...well, borrowed from the boys. We sat down with the musician last week in New York, where she filled us in on her daily uniform, her love for fake eyelashes, and why she never takes off her sneakers.


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Snow white and the huntsman

A still from 'Snow White and the Huntsman.'
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If you've watched a movie, you've probably seen a costume by Colleen Atwood. Unless, that is, you've never seen Alice in Wonderland, Edward Scissorhands (pretty much any movie by Tim Burton) or the film she's been nominated for both a Costume Designers Guild Award and an Oscar this year—Snow White and the Huntsman. But, really, you've seen her costumes. Remember those super-gothy, high-collared ensembles in Sweeney Todd (aka Scary Johnny Depp) or the covetable mini dresses Amanda Seyfried wore running alongside Timberlake in In Time? Yep, Atwood. She's been nominated for ten Academy Awards throughout her career and already has three gold statuettes hanging out on a shelf or mantel space somewhere. It's virtually impossible not to experience finger cramping while scrolling through her impressive resume, but, suffice it to say, from gloves made of scissors to an entire dress festooned with beetles, she's pretty much the top of the tops in the world of costume design. Annnnd she's an incredibly busy woman. So much so, we only got about five minutes with her in anticipation of all of the awards being given out this week. But, to our delight, she willingly opened up about Snow White, what it's like working with Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth, and Charlize Theron, as well as what goes into becoming a costume designer yourself. Get the scoop below!


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Moonrise Kingdom

A still from 'Moonrise Kingdom'
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It's hard not to play favorites when it comes to the costume design in movies this year, but if there's one movie we want to steal clothes from it's Moonrise Kingdom. Aside from offering up a 1960s utopia of pink minidresses, Peter Pan collars, Boy Scout accoutrements, knee-socks, saddle-shoes, and the coolest red wool Pendleton coat ever, the Wes Anderson-helmed teen romance was responsible for the most popular couples costume this past Halloween. (How many Suzy and Sam's did you see?) Whether it was Sam's raccoon tail hat or Suzy's raspberry beret, every inch of this flick was emanating serious cinematic fashion magic. Lucky for us, we got to speak to Moonrise Kingdom's costume designer, Kasia Walicka-Maimone, all about her Costume Designers Guild Awards nomination (she finds out tonight!), what it's like working with Wes Anderson, and her thoughts on inspiring a Halloween phenomenon.


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I love these two as a couple. What a festive way to celebrate two important events in their life. Mariah looks like a dream.

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