Nikki Reed, star of Fox’s Sleepy Hollow, is a lifelong animal lover. “My house is filled with pets at any given time,” she says, noting that she’s even fostered dogs in need of homes. Reed decided to combine her passion for protecting furry friends with her fashion expertise and teamed up with Freedom of Animals designer Morgan Bogle to help create a line of “PETA-approved vegan” handbags.
Every piece in the sleek, streamlined bag collection is sustainable and cruelty-free, meaning that the highest quality eco-friendly, humane materials are used and everything is produced in U.S. factories with ethical production practices...
Give in to the floral crown. You know you want to.
BY JUSTINE CARREON
If Valentino’s turquoise jewelry and Saint Laurent’s ubiquitous suede jacket are any indication, festival dressing can be done right. We get it, there’s a strong love/hate relationship with the style; it is a look thatcan elicit very strong feelings. But deep down in your gut you know if you’re heading to Coachella this month (or any festival for that matter!) you wish you were Vanessa Hudgens, twirling around in the perfect gypsy outfit as you wander aimlessly through Indio. So embrace the fringe, give in to the floral crown, and get weird this weekend with our massive roundup that meets all of your Coachella needs.
Turns out the Oscar outfits were also white, #SoWhite…#SewWhite. Not merely the fabrics — though the nominee Rooney Mara looked like a medieval-castle bride in a Givenchy gown of cream translucent tapestry with a window over her midriff — but the fashion houses.
At an event being excoriated if not boycotted outright for its neglect of minorities, the red-carpet parade, in recent years derided for objectifying women, might have been claimed this year by nimble stylists as an opportunity to champion designers of color and independence.
But instead, viewers were treated mostly to a numbing procession of corporate labels including Chanel (Julianne Moore, in a deeply V-necked black gown with glitte...
Te catwalks have decreed that the babydoll dress is one of the key dress styles of the season. Valentino, Jeremy Scott and Giambattista Valli all offered different incarnations on the catwalk, but, judging by the responses in the GLAMOUR office, there is still confusion about what it actually is.
The babydoll started out as a short nightgown invented by a designer called Sylvia Pedler in 1942 as a means of working with the fabric shortage during World War II. A version for children was also created – the length was kept short so that kids could have their nappies changed with ease, so bear that in mind when you’re wearing yours. Pedler apparently hated that women began calling them babydolls and never used the term herself.
Pippa Middleton’s toned frame is every bit as enviable as that of her older sister, Kate. But whereas the Duchess of Cambridge owes her fit physique to the Dukan diet and a variety of outdoor exercises like swimming, running, and rowing, Pippa leads an especially active lifestyle that requires a greater intake of controlled calories.
“I try to eat wholegrain, energy-fuelled carbohydrates and three meals a day,” she told Hello Magazine. “I also increase my portion sizes based on my training level, with lots of brown rice, lentils, quinoa and sweet potato, and for breakfast, porridge and rye toast.”
Pippa Middleton Attends Birkebeinerrennet Ski Race in Norway
The 32-year-old recently completed the Birkebeiner 33-mile cross-co...
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BY BETH SHAPOURI
If the natural-leaning makeup, shower, and skin brand Lush has felt really in-your-face in the last couple of months, it’s not just you. Founded in 1995 in Poole, a town on the southern coast of England, the cosmetics line has received a boost in recent months, showing up in Facebook feeds, in the news, and on Kylie Jenner’s social channels, elevating it from a niche, hippie-friendly brand to a major mainstream contender.
In the past, we at Fashionista have sent an eager, curious non-fashion dude to report from the front lines at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, a women’s ready-to-wear show, and, finally, the #menswear extravaganza that is New York Fashion Week: Men’s. This time around, we thought it would be entertaining to ask the non-fashion dudes in our lives — husbands, boyfriends, brothers, platonic pals — whose occupations range from law to tech to television writing what their immediate feelings were about the looks presented on the NYFW:M runways.
Without further ado, we present their snap reviews from the third day of the men’s shows, which they kindly submitted via text message. Enjoy!