If you've ever wanted an idea of what it's like to go shopping with Fifth Harmony, you're in luck. While last summer we followed the ladies shopping for themselves before their first VMAs, they've recently shared their shopping skills with a fan, and we were there to see it all go down. We also sat down with the ladies to talk about their style icons, and they're more disparate than you might think!
Kiernan Shipka for 'Vanity Fair.'
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I will never NOT be surprised that Kiernan Shipka is only 14 years old. Maybe it's because she fits in so well with the 1960s setting of Mad Men. But more likely, it's because her personal style is already more mature and high-fashion than most adults in the entertainment industry. She always (ALWAYS) kills it on the red carpet, and now, in this month's issue of Vanity Fair, she brings that same glamorous flair to a retro-themed photo spotlight. She even showed up to the interview looking flawless—a vintage Céline sweater, drop-waist Rag & Bone skirt, black ankle boots, and pink Miu Miu purse. Like...what??? I guess Kiernan is the one girl in the history of the world who hasn't had to go through an awkward preteen phase #blessed.
Demi Lovato' hair: before and after.
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Demi Lovato has undergone a lot of hair changes in the past few months. First, she traded in her blonde hair for bright blue. Her blue 'do got its 15 seconds on the cover of Nylon, but it wasn't long until she moved on to bright pink hair for her Neon Lights Tour. Then, out of seemingly nowhere, Demi went and Skrillexed herself. She buzzed a chunk of hair above her left ear off, posted the photo to Instagram, and captioned it "Oops?"
It's safe to say when it comes to Demi and her hair, we expect the unexpected. But this new change is one we suuuriously didn't see coming. After teasing her new hair on Twitter for, like, four hours, Demi finally revealed the big news—she's back to brunette.
Lauren Conrad modeling her April collection for Kohl's.
They say that April showers bring May flowers, but Lauren Conrad is WAY ahead of schedule. She hopped on board the floral train all the way back in February when she launched her Kohl's Spring 2014 collection—always ahead of the curve, that one. The line's springy patterns and airy fabrics made us forget about being in the middle of winter completely. LC introduced even MORE pieces from her collection on her website today, and we're getting major feels of seasonal déjà vu. Just as the collection's first pieces made us fast-forward to springtime, these new items make us feel like we're already frolicking in the summer sunshine. I guess being a talented fashion designer isn't enough for Lauren—she had to go and master the art of time travel, as well. *hair flip*
Katy Perry at the Congressional candidate Marianne Williamson press event.
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Good news, everyone: Katy Perry's new hair goes well with fancy dresses. While we were initially wondering, like, "What goes with green hair?," Katy has proven that she can make at least two different looks #WERK. Last night, she attended an event in a floral print Suno dress. Her hair (and the midriff cutout) gave an otherwise straightforward look some ~swag~. Noted: florals, dresses, and slices of stomach look good with green hair. But that's not all!!
Slime green for spring, duh.
Photo: @katyperry Instagram
Let it be known that the first week of April 2014 was the week everyone dyed their hair, or at least pretended to (we're looking at you, Lauren Conrad). Katy Perry debuted her "slime green for spring" 'do on Instagram, after mentioning last week that she was excited about the color. While the color, at least on Instagram, doesn't appear to be as bright as the green slime that gets dumped on celebrities' heads at Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards, that's probably a hard color to achieve on hair. Also, who knows, maybe she used Walden as a filter (it's not very vibrant).
With all of her time spent on and around runways, Rita Ora is pretty much a pro at walking with ~style~. It makes sense, then, that walking is the focus of Rita's new Funny or Die video, co-starring Korean pop star HyunA. We had no idea that Rita was skilled in so many walks, let alone that so many walks exist in this world. In the video, dubbed “Girl, You Better Walk,” Rita pulls out a whopping 10 different walks. SPOILER ALERT: Sadly, none of them were taught to her by RuPaul, the godfather of the catwalk, whose song “Super Model (You Better Work)” is name-checked in the clip’s title. Oh, what a video that would've been.
Floral on floral.
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We’ve been working overtime lately to keep up with Lady Gaga’s new looks, but we might be finally catching a break on our fashion math because Lady Gaga’s latest obsession is a familiar one: florals. Gaga’s flowery kick started at her Roseland Ballroom residency when Gaga, never one to miss a theme, accessorized with lots of flowers—there was her Botticelli flower crown look, her “flowers can be clothes” nude-suit look, a purple rose ode to Prince, and the list goes on. But lately, Gaga has taken to ornate retro prints that would make your grandma’s couch jealous.
Yesterday, Gagaloo made the internet think she was pulling an April Fools' joke when she walked around in a relatively tame floral outfit. She wore a pair of high-waisted, white tropical floral pants with a black top in a matching print, her hair long and straight, and accessorized with a pair of Saint Laurent oxfords, sunglasses Terry Richardson might already own, and a black Birkin bag.
Haim have always seemed like they’d be a blast to hang out and play dress up with, and now, we have confirmation of that, thanks to a recent shoot with The Coveteur. While our favorite sister-rock trio was getting ready to attend Chloe’s show at Paris Fashion Week, the closet photo blog captured the group’s wardrobe, provided by the French fashion house. Even though we usually see Haim in cut-off shorts, booties, and leather jackets, the band wears polished tailored pieces just as well. And, if you ask us, Chloe and Haim are pretty much the perfect pairing of sensibilities. They both have an enviable laid-back cool.