Lucy Hale for 'HauteMuse'.
Photo: Courtesy of 'HauteMuse'
We're still reeling from last week's epic Pretty Little Liars season finale, but let's take a break from all that TV scandal for a sec and talk about how AMAZING Lucy Hale looks on the cover of HauteMuse magazine. The 23-year-old actress graces the luxury publication's September issue in a bejewled sleeveless blouse and matching black skirt from Prada's AW12 collection, making a suit look ANYTHING but stuffy. We're loving Lucy's deep side part, metallic eyeshadow, and pink lips, which pop against the bright blue background. It's like a glammed up, grownup version of the Lucy-er, sorry Aria- who we watch every week...so obviously we love it.
Carly Rae Jepsen gets giggly in her Wet Seal campaign.
Photo: Wet Seal
Can you remember a world before "Call Me Maybe?" Whether your answer is yes or no, you probably don't want to. The infectious, VMA nominated tune has permeated every corner of our summer, as has its heavy-banged, cute as a button singer Carly Rae Jepsen. With her debut album heading toward its release date like a juggernaut and a place on Justin Bieber's "Believe" tour, Carly Rae shows no signs of stopping her total pop domination. it was for this reason that we weren't even a little bit surprised when we heard that the Canadian chanteuse had teamed up with retailer Wet Seal for a collaboration that takes the usual campaign to the next level. Beyond just starring in the brands campaign images, sporting super cute fall must-haves like printed pants, an elevated moto jacket, and bright, eye catching pumps, the star is also partnering with the company on a super amazing giveaway which, among other things, scores the winner a phone call from the singer herself, maybe. Full details on the giveaway and partnership after the jump!
Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Rachel Korine, and Ashley Benson at the "Spring Breakers" Venice premiere.
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The official release date for Spring Breakers (STILL) hasn't been set yet, but the film's grand premiere at the 2012 Venice Film Festival can only indicate it can't be that far off. Granted, we'll probably be waiting well into the new year, but seeing Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, and Rachel Korine lope down the red carpet in the anticipated flick's name (oh yea, James Franco and director Harmony Korine were there, too) has us writhing in our desk chairs with all sorts of stomach butterflies for the impending theater debut. The PYTs looked RAVISHING, as expected, and though we may be twiddling our thumbs until we finally get a taste of the movie itself, we're more than content with the four-part fashion parade that's surely right around the corner with the film's international promo tour. Let's take a closer look at the Venice kick-off and these leading ladies' first set of red carpet premiere outfits!
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If you've ever been dying to raid the wardrobe of your favorite model, musician or DJ, then get excited--we've just found your chance. A new website called MaterialWrld aims to take the goods off these style setters' hands...and put them into yours. Launching today, this online shopping hub is stocked with clothing, shoes, and accessories from a curated community of "It" girls, all of whom want to clean out their closets. Sound too good to be true? Believe it or not, it totally isn't! Here's how it works: everyone from Mia Moretti to Cory Kennedy to the Dannijo sisters share photos of items they want to get rid of and post them online with the selling price. Categorized by "closet" (who's selling the pieces), size, or style, you can buy the item just as you'd normally shop online. But then again, this ISN'T your average e-commerce-- MaterialWrld has a unique social media twist, which is exactly what makes it so awesome.
Miley Cyrus poses with her mother yesterday in ASOS.
Photo: Miley Cyrus's Twitter
Miley Cyrus may have been channeling her inner '90s grunge girl recently with a Doc Martens obsession, Robyn-esque outfits and punky new haircut, but the pop star went fancy last night for a DIY photoshoot with her mom. We've loving how cute she looks with her bleach-blonde hair slicked up- it's spunky, glam, and rocker all at the same time. Her statement 'do looks especially awesome, we might add, paired with her chic ladylike ensemble. The black bralette and graphic pencil skirt combo is a definite fashion departure from the tough-chick looks she's been sportling as of late, but still with PLENTY of attitude (obviously).
Leandra Medine is repelling in fall plaids for Uniqlo.
If anyone has figured out how to have it all, it's Leandra Medine. The 24 year old blogger behind The Man Repeller has a successful online brand, partnerships galore, AND she just tied the knot (in an incredible dress, we might add). When we heard that Leandra was going to be joining Tavi Gevinson and Cyndi Lauper as a model for Uniqlo, we were beyond excited--the Japanese basics retailer is definitely not what we think of when we think Medine, as her style everything besides basic, but then we remembered that everyone has to wear jeans, right? When Fashionista interviewed Medine about the campaign, she revealed a collaboration vetting strategy that we can totally get behind: "I always and only ever do collaborations with brands that I would work with even if there was no compensation involved," Medine said, adding, "and Uniqlo is one of my favorite, favorite brands." Super cool in style AND in ethics
Marina Diamandis on the cover of 'Foam'.
Photo: Foam magazine's Facebook
When- not if, when- Marina Diamandis enters your life, you'd better make room in your closet AND your iTunes library. The Welsh singer burst upon the music scene a few years ago as Marina & the Diamonds and has stayed busy since, thanks to DIY pop singles like "Obsessions" and "Mowgli's Road." Now with two full-length albums to her name and a headlining tour underway, the 27-year-old songbird has earned a cult following for her music AND her entirely original style. She sports onstage staples like old-school cheerleading jackets, metallic minidresses, and flouncy skirts, conjuring up images of a fashion love child between Gwen Stefani and Katy Perry...if they decided to move to Pleasantville, that is (shout out to Assistant Editor Gaby Wilson for the spot-on style reference!). Marina's been working serious beauty game these days too, rarely seen without bubblegum pink lipstick, major mascara, and her trademark miniature heart on her left cheekbone. So it's only appropriate that she shows off all of this for the October/November issue of Foam magazine.