Forget the Oscars, Hollywood's truly most fashionable night is officially the Costume Institute Gala. I can only say Holy amazing red carpet Batman!!! I've never seen so many incredible dresses on so many insanely stylish women all in one place. Doesn't hurt that the inspiration was American style through the ages. I think all the ladies seemed to conquer it. Keep reading for some of my favorites. I don't think there's one that I can say did this year's MET Ball any wrong. It's unbelievable!
Ever wonder how Coachella became such a hyped up, fashioned music frenzy? Didn't it use to be just a chill music festival? In the same manner as Sundance, Coachella's now home to all sorts of red carpet worthy parties and sponsored gifting suites to accommodate the ever growing number of celebs attending the 3 day massive fiesta. Hey, not that we're complaining over here - Coachella, and other music festivals like it, have provided us with some of the new millennium's most covetable sartorial choices from the likes of Kate Moss, Sienna Miller, Nicole Richie etc etc... Let's face it, we all wish we had that festival chic look down. Apparently it consists of some super short denim shorts, either a boho top or a vintage rock tshirt and some form of headwear. Shall we take a stroll down memory lane before we start getting inundated with 2010 Coachella fashions?
Oh and I threw Kate Moss at Glastonbury in there just for good measure. Enjoy and dream Coachella dreams...
Sorry guys, I was suffering from serious sickness last week, and my head was just too clouded to make sense of anything! So I figured a little temporary hiatus would be better than feverish absurdities.
Starting this week off in style is Jessica Szohr. If you haven't heard yet, we're getting some unseasonably cold weather in NYC this week and it's definitely caused all fashionistas, myself included, to break out their early fall blazers. Imagine my surprise to see this picture of Jessica leaving dinner with boyfriend Ed Westwick, as I wore the exact same "boyfriend" blazer last night.
I kept the look equally simple in a white t-shirt over skinny-ish jeans and moccasins. But Jessica added a little edge to hers with flat studded booties, a straw fedora and layered chains. Obviously I love the look, but I might have preferred it sans fedora.
Get Jessica's, and mine also, look after the jump.
All I have to say is I'd like for Jessica Szohr and Sienna Miller to be my personal shoppers. Thanks ladies.
What more appropriate way to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first moon landing then with a Louis Vuitton sponsored star studded party at the Museum of Natural History. Ok, ok, i gest...at least the Climate Project was involved too. Check out my favorites from last night's event.