Mary-Kate Olsen opted to present The Row’s fall collection at an intimate gallery space. Carey Mulligan took a break from preparing for the Oscars to check out the show while Ashley’s boyfriend, The Hangover star Justin Bartha, supported her front row alongside Chloe Sevigny. Among the looks the sisters presented were a white sheer camisole paired with easy, pleated trousers (left), a black asymmetrical dress (right) and a carriage skirt in a crocodile pattern. See The Row’s complete Fall 2010 collection.
Britney Spears has teamed up with Candie’s once again as the face of the brand. The new ad campaign, “Britney Spears Through The Lens”, features photographs of the pop star by three famed photographers, Annie Leibovitz, Mark Seliger (right) and Terry Richardson. We got an exclusive look at a behind-the-scenes photo from her shoot with Leibovitz (left). “Annie, Mark and Terry are three of the biggest photographers in the world, I am honored to be working with them. It was an amazing shoot and I know my fans are going to love the cool images,” she said in a statement. The ads will launch in magazines this April.
Talk about runway to reality! At last night’s Cinema Society screening of Happy Tears, Demi Moore wore a look that walked down Donna Karan’s runway just a day earlier. “What I loved was that it was very simple,” Moore told People.com. Karan added that the actress knew right away she wanted to wear the gorgeous coat and dress. “Demi is sharp. She knew exactly what she wanted. She put it on, and she fit into it,” the designer said. “I can’t believe it fits so perfectly.”
@jennmich97 asked: What color nail polish is Anne Hathaway wearing in this month’s cover feature?
Our lovely March cover girl, Anne Hathaway, is wearing Cool Reserve, a shade from celebrity nail guru Jin Soon Choi‘s limited-edition MAC Nail Trend collection that came out in late August. (The manicurist must have held onto an extra bottle of this grayish lavender because it’s sold out everywhere—and going for wild prices on ebay!) More
At last night’s men’s short program, Olympic figure skater Evan Lysacek debuted his first Vera Wang costume. The black sequin-embellished look—one of five costumes Wang created for him (she used to be a figure skater!)—featured feather cuffs. “The feather one has become my favorite. It has movement and… I like the variation in textures,” Lysacek tweeted this morning. We may even catch Wang cheering in the audience tomorrow night—the designer dashed to Vancouver right after her runway show yesterday. Either way, we can’t wait to see what he’ll be wearing! More
Tory Burch had been busy blogging about the preparation leading up to this morning’s show, which she said was inspired by the spirit of Chrissie Hynde in the ’80s, and as soon as her Fall 2010 collection was presented, she took to Twitter! The designer tweeted photos of some of her favorite looks, including a red sequin dress (right), and gave her followers the inside scoop on the designs: “We mixed sequins and oilcloth—tough and chic,” she said of the gold metallic jacket (top, left). Next up on Burch’s busy Fashion Week schedule is a guest judge spot on tomorrow’s Project Runway! Shop Tory Burch 20% off today only!
I loved the fresh wearable American feel of the Derek Lam show, especially the fitted tweed sweater and scarf layered over an orange top and boot-leg pant. The clothes looked luxurious and comfortable. The models could have walked right off the runway and hopped in a taxi!
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Lady Gaga swept at last night’s Brit Awards, winning in three categories, including Best International Album. The pop star, who hit the red carpet in a giant white tiered dress, lace face mask and platinum bouffant wig, was supposed to perform her hit single “Poker Face” but instead sang an acoustic version of “Telephone,” telling the audience: “This is for Alexander McQueen.” Lily Allen, who took home the award for Best British Female Artist, looked stunning in a black Chanel gown with red embroidered neckline and a sleek banged bob.