After a long Emmys night of red carpet photos and press interviews, not to mention a little duet with host Jimmy Fallon, you’d think reality star Kim Kardashian would allow herself to sleep in. Not so! Just hours after the last after-party wound down the reality star tweeted: “Early morning Gunnar work out kicked my butt! No more excuses! I’ve officially made working out a necessity! U should 2.” So what does it take to maintain her famous figure? “Dedication and consistency. I never hear ‘I can’t’ from her,” her trainer Gunnar Peterson told us. “She’s very realistic about her body. She wants to stay in shape and meet the regular demands of her schedule.” Kardashian’s hour-long workout with Peterson post Emmys included lower body, core work and a lot of high-intensity fast-burst interval cardio. “She killed it!” said Peterson. Want to shape up like Kim? Follow her workout after the jump! More
Spotted: Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner on the Upper East Side set of Gossip Girl. Although we didn’t actual see the newlyweds in front of the cameras, we did catch wind of the cameo via Ivanka’s Twitter feed, which said “Jared and I are filming an episode of Gossip Girl this morning. Looking forward!” We’re looking forward to watching it too! Tune in to the Gossip Girl premiere on September 13th at 8pm EST on the CW and stay on the look out for our fashionable sneak peek at the new season!
There is literally no stopping the Kardashian sisters: On the heels of enough product launches to make your head spin, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe inked a deal with QVC to design a collection of curve-enhancing clothing called K-Dash (which Kourtney and Kim are modeling, at left). The line will debut live on QVC’s pop-up shop in Rockefeller Center on September 10th at 9pm EST and a runway show will follow the next day. Expect contemporary sportswear and accessories in a perfect mix of the their three distinct styles: Kim (trendy), Kourtney (vintage), Khloe (classic). “If one of us doesn’t like it, it’s gone,” Kourtney told WWD of the sisters’ design philosophy. “We all have to love everything.” So how exactly will the line complement your curves? All of the denim, cotton, polyester and ponte knit pieces are stretchy—they’ll hug your figure instead of hide it. With prices starting at $20 (for a faux-leather wrap belt) and going up to only $239 (for a pebble leather handbag), we’ll be snapping up K-Dash items just in time for fall. See Kim and Kourtney modeling more of the collection after the jump! More
We love following Michelle Obama’s style, and we couldn’t help but notice that through all her end-of-summer travels she’s carried one accessory consistently: a Lambertson Truex tote. The luxe handbag designers, who recently designed Tiffany’s first leather collection, are known for their tailored shapes and precise attention to detail. We’re loving Michelle’s neon shades, and the fact that it’s canvas makes it a go-anywhere bag. Although Lambertson Truex is no longer in existence (sigh), we’ve picked out our favorite similar style.
Gucci.com has relaunched, with a “Digital Flagship” that will sell exclusive merchandise, just like their other (bricks-and-mortar) Flagship stores. One of our favorite aspects of the luxury retailer’s new site is how easy it is to find related content: Love a purse? Click on it, and you’ll find a ton of relevant information to peruse, including videos, news items and photos of celebrities wearing the style. Plus, users will be able to watch the Spring 2011 Gucci ready-to-wear show in Milan on September 22—without having to travel! Just sign up for an e-ticket at gucciconnect.com where you’ll receive your “seat assignment.” More
Anne Hathaway’s been cropped–or at least her hair has! The actress, who’s sported everything from a sleek bob to long waves, was spotted on the Parisian set of her new movie One Day with this choppy, boyish cut. We think Hathaway looks fabulous—the short style highlights her delicate features and creamy décolleté. What do you think of her new look? Tell us in the comments section below!
UPDATE: It’s been reported that Hathaway’s new style is just a wig!
Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock made a trip to New Orleans over the weekend to mark the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Pitt, who founded Make It Right after the devastating disaster, checked up on the progress of his eco-housing rebuild project in the Lower Ninth Ward and posed with fans. In an exclusive interview on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, Pitt said “I’m hoping we raise more money to expand this idea. I would like to see this expand to the city and other places in the U.S., the idea of making it right.” Bullock, in a dark blue Zero + Maria Cornejo dress, was on hand to cut the ribbon at the re-opening of the Warren Easton Charter High School Health Clinic, that was destroyed back in the 2005 storm, a project which she generously help fund. “I have seen nothing but unimaginable kindness, perseverance and hope right in this room here,” she told the crowd. “It gives me great pleasure to be in the company of those people who have actually made the difference. I would like to thank the students who step up to the plate and do the hardest work. They are our future leaders.” Check out 7 ways you can continue to help Katrina victims today.
When Mariska Hargitay walked the red carpet at the Emmys last night, the Law & Order: SVU star was getting a little sentimental. “It was my wedding anniversary yesterday and I was feeling nostalgic,” Hargitay told us. So when it came down to choosing her gown, she went with a blush-colored silk faille Vera Wang. “It was inspired by my wedding dress. I wore a very, very similar color. I told them I wanted a dress that was very ’50s, retro and romantic.” She also paid homage to her nuptial hairstyle from her August 28, 2004 affair: The actress told her stylist, Chris McMillan that she wanted a “similar thing” to her bridal coiff (he styled her hair for her big day too). Check out all of her wedding details, then tell us: Do you think Hargitay’s Emmy style is similar to her wedding day?
—Rachel Jacoby, with reporting by Scott Huver