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If you're not familiar with Juno Temple quite yet, save yourself some time and hop on board right.this.second, because this actress is officially blowing up. Despite appearing in front of the camera since age 11 in films like Notes On A Scandal, Atonement, and The Other Boleyn Girl, she's managed to cruise fairly under the radar. But with a whopping TEN movies coming up as well as a nom for the coveted BAFTA Rising Star Award, it's about time the 23-year-old gets her time in the spotlight... and on the red carpet. Judging from her amazingly colorful and off-kilter style over the past few years, Juno's undoubtedly one to watch.

Juno Temple last week at the EE Rising Star Award event, at a Mulberry party, and the 'Anna Karenina' premiere in 2012.
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We've always associated Juno with her wavy blonde locks, but this week she mixed things up and showed off a bright auburn shade at the EE Rising Star event in London. Maybe the change is for a role, maybe it's to show everyone she's transitioning into movie star mode, but either way, the color adds a major pop to her Dolce & Gabbana floral dress, don't you think!? Juno has also been hitting the fashion circuit, stopping by a Mulberry dinner dressed in-what else?- Mulberry and toting a handbag by the London label. Something else you should know about the actress is that she has AMAZING footwear game. So when she decides to make the unexpected choice and rock black ankle booties with her flippy blue dress, of course she kills it. Futher proof of this? She gave her Alexander McQueen dress another playful touch with stappy black sandals at the Anna Karenina premiere, making the outfit about 1000x more fun.


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Olivia Palermo London Fashion Week

Olivia Palermo at London Spring 2013 Fashion Week.
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When fashion week rolls around, we try to pull out ALL the stops with our ensembles--mostly because we know that everyone is bringing their A-game to the shows. But now that NYFW and London Fashion Week are over, we have the chance to look back at some of our fashion faves and check out justtt how much they killed it this season. At the tippy top of our list is The City's Olivia Palermo. She continually ba-rought it during LFW, but not in the typical sleek head-to-toe black kind of way, she went for super bright hues that she colorblocked oh-so-effortlessly. And for that, we bow down.


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Lana Del Rey at the Mulberry Spring/Summer 2013 show during London Fashion Week on Sept. 18 and at the 'GQ' Men of the Year Awards Sept. 4.
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Our retro girl has gone modern! Lana Del Rey—a.k.a. the queen of '60s-inspired sky-high bouffants and liquid cat liner—has traded in her traditional deep-parted old Hollywood waves for a totally sleek and straight 'do. We barely recognized the singer (and current face of H&M!) at the London Fashion Week Mulberry spring/summer 2013 show today thanks to her super slick, freshly-dyed black strands. In fact, she wasn't even sporting her signature eye makeup OR a bold lip. *gasp* What happened to her "gangster Nancy Sinatra" vintage style? :(


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Mulberry Fall 2012 Campaign

Lindsey Wixson in Mulberry's fall 2012 campaign.
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We'll admit that we're a sucker for a REALLY good fashion campaign, and when we laid our eyes on Mulberry's fall 2012 ads featuring our fave fashion model Lindsey Wixson paired with furry, over-sized forest dwellers, well, our hearts exploded. Mulberry Creative Director Emma Hill used "visions of explorers, mysterious stories and fantasy travels" as inspiration for the shoot, which was photographed by Tim Walker. But, um, is it just us or does this TOTALLY remind you of Where The Wild Things Are? We're kind of loving this ode to one of the best children's book ever (RIP, Maurice Sendak :(), especially with the addition of Ms. Wixson frolicking in the forest sporting jaw-dropping ensembles. I mean, a head to toe tangerine ensemble? Yes, please!


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Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield in the August issue of 'Teen Vogue.'
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Dawwww! We can't stop smiling ever since we laid eyes on the August 2012 issue of Teen Vogue because the cutest couple of the year, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield, flash their fashion-y selves all over the pages of the mag. This isn't the first summer cover for The Amazing Spider-Man stars—just last week Andrew was unveiled on the Nylon Guys cover and Emma made her glorious debut on Vogue's July issue. (Also, remember back in May when we deemed this the "summer of Andrew Garfield?" Well, so far our theory is still going EXTREMELY strong, and it's only June!) For their Teen Vogue spread, the 'dorbs couple exuded utter cuteness looking their Sunday best in matching black hats. Emma wears an orange Mulberry dress, black lace Calvin Klein socks, and white Acne boots, while Andrew sports a midnight blue Carven jacket, shirt and pants ensemble.


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Lana Del Rey at the Mulberry A/W 2012 runway show during London Fashion Week on Feb. 19 and the Del Rey Mulberry bag.
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Mulberry is infamous for modeling their super luxurious bags after cool "It" girls of the moment. Who could forget that Alexa satchel bag inspired by Ms. Alexa Chung herself? We're still drooling over it, and when the announcement of their new fall 2012 bag hit the internet, our minds basically exploded—their latest addition was inspired by our FAVE resident cool girl Lana Del Rey! We couldn't have been more excited about their "Old Hollywood"-inspired Del Rey bag mixed with "an edgy sense of fun," and we were dying to know when it would hit stores. It was supposed to be released with the rest of their A/W 2012 collection, but apparently due to increasing demand, some bags are already starting to hit stores!


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Michelle Williams, Lana Del Rey, and Elizabeth Olsen at the Mulberry London Fashion Week dinner.
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London Fashion Week is in full swing, and if there's any brand that's rolling out the most rollicking celeb-fueled thunder it's Mulberry. Known for its exquisite handbags, the popular British lifestyle brand has blossomed into a full-fledged fashion force in recent years with covetable collections mixing casual elegance with whimsical charm. Not only was the front row of the autumn/winter show packed with actresses like Michelle Williams and Elizabeth Olsen, the show was rounded out with female musicians Azealia Banks and Lana Del Rey, who also performed at the post-show Mulberry dinner wearing a dramatic black lace custom Mulberry dress. Oh, and she carried the latest Mulberry bag, the "Del Rey," made of white ostrich. Um, say what?


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Last night's Gossip Girl was somewhat of a transitionary episode, but nonetheless brimming with juicy dramz. Kicking things off with Serena's (Blake Lively) new gig working at the Spectator for Diana (Elizabeth Hurley) who wants Serena to start a blog to rival GG herself (sidenote: is it just me or is there a weird "gotta catch 'em all" feel to Diana's Spectator staffing?). Diana nabbed Serena after her former job with Jane (Michael Michele) fell through when she halted production on the film version of Dan's (Penn Badgley) book. Dan's supposed to be out on a book tour but has apparently been missing meet and greets. Maybe dropping off the bestseller list hurt his pride?

Charlie (aka Ivy) (Kaylee DeFer) has gotten herself wrapped up in a cougar love triangle with Diana and Nate (Chace Crawford) which, with the sudden reappearance of Ivy's ex-boyfriend Max, can only lead to major trouble for her secret double life. Prince Louis (Hugo Becker) is away on business, and with his recent slip to the dark and scheming, and Chuck's (Ed Westwick) public turning of a new leaf, Blair (Leighton Meester) is *cough* once again *cough* conflicted about her choice (though she'd never admit that). Blair plans to reveal that the real Chuck Bass still exists deep down. Just about everything comes to a head at Chuck's masked masquerade party slash play, but if you haven't caught up, we won't spoil the rest for you. Check back here weekly for our fashion recap!

Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) and Charlie Rhodes (Kaylee DeFer).
Photo: Giovanni Rufino/The CW

+ Tank: Vena Cava
+ Vest: Haute Hippie
+ Skirt: Rodarte
+ Shoes: Brian Atwood
+ Bag: Mulberry
+ Necklace: Siman Tu
+ Ring: Stephen Dweck

+ Dress: Lorena Sarbu
+ Bracelets: Amanda Pearl and BaubleBar
+ Earrings: Diana Warner


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Hi there, folks, it's Gossip Girl time here, your one and only source into the fashionable TV lives of Manhattan aesthetes. We left off last week in a frenzy of new plotlines and character developments. Lonely Boy Dan Humphrey (Penn Badgley) wrote an anonymous book that's no longer anonymous; in fact, it has his name on it and he's set to make his literary debut! Problem is, he must tell his friends and family they were the subjects of his tell-all memoir (we mean novel). Even though everyone's worried what his former flame, the "leggy blonde Sabrina"—er‚ Serena Van Der Woodsen (Blake Lively) is going to think, it's actually his longtime arch nemesis and sometime kissing buddy Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) he's more worried about. Blair, who is still preggers but mumsies about who the real father is, even though she insists it's her straight-laced fiancé, Prince Louis, has a run-in with Chuck (Ed Westwick) that causes his dog to tangle her up in an embrace just in time for somebody to shoot a camera phone pic. Meanwhile, in Cougarville, Nate (Chace Crawford) is still making his boss, Diana Payne (Elizabeth Hurley), purr for gossip while Diana figures out the identity of Ivy, aka "Charlie" (Kaylee DeFer) and starts to blackmail her. As predicted, Lonely Boy's book makes everyone really mad, and he is left alone at his own party. In case you haven't caught up yet, we won't spoil the rest, but check back here weekly for our fashion recap!

Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester).
Photo: Giovanni Rufino/The CW

+ Dress: Louis Vuitton
+ Necklaces: Sequin
+ Bag: Prada


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This fifth season of Gossip Girl is still slowly rolling out, establishing relationship changes, tying up loose ends left untended over the summer break. Serena (Blake Lively) runs into her "cousin" Charlie (Kaylee DeFer) (quotation marks because as you'll remember from Season 4, Charlie is actually an actress named Ivy hired by Serena's aunt to protect her real daughter from the CRAY-ZEE world of the über-privileged Upper East Side elite) and convinces her to go apartment shopping. Nate (Chace Crawford) finally tracks down Diana Payne (Elizabeth Hurley) who he had been infatuated with since mistakenly giving her a tour of her own L.A. pad. but there's something shady about Miss Payne and poor lovestruck Nate may just be a pawn in her master plan. Lonely Boy Dan (Penn Badgley) is proving unsuccessful on his hunt for his leaked secret manuscript and enlists the aid of Chuck (Ed Westwick), though it's not as if Bass doesn't have problems of his own. Longtime Bass on-again-off-again flame Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) meets her soon-to-be sister-in-law and reveals yet another stressor in her wedding plans. In case you haven't caught up yet, we won't spoil the rest, but check back here weekly for our fashion recap!

Diana Payne (Elizabeth Hurley) and Nate Archibald (Chace Crawford).
Photo: Giovanni Rufino/The CW

+ Dress: Alexander McQueen
+ Bag: Analeena


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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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