Paris Fashion Week ends today, and InStyle’s Fashion Director Cindy Weber Cleary called in from across the globe to give us all of her top picks for next season. Click through the gallery to see all of her favorite looks for fall 2012, as she describes what makes each piece special—and worthy of room in your closet—from gorgeous evening looks to luxe daytime options.
Katniss: “So, you’re here to make me look pretty?”
Cinna: “I’m here to help you make an impression.”
And so they meet! Lionsgate just released this new 44-second clip from The Hunger Games featuring the first time Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) encounters her transformative gold eyeliner-wearing stylist, Cinna (Lenny Kravitz). This makeover is one of the most pivotal moments in the book—“I want to do something that they’re going to remember,” Cinna tells her—and the first glimpse here provides even more anticipation for seeing the movie when it opens nationwide March 23rd. Watch the clip above, and tell us your thoughts in the comments below.
Plus, are you caught up on Hunger Games news? Click through the gallery to find out!
1. Check out the cover of Carrie Underwood’s new album, Blown Away, out May 1st. [EW PopWatch]
2. Bridesmaids leads the nomination pack for Comedy Central’s annual Comedy Awards. [Celebritology]
3. Princess Caroline of Monaco’s daughter, Charlotte Casiraghi, stars in Gucci’s latest ads. [People]
4. Get ready for summer with Brooklyn Decker’s bikini-ready yoga routine. [FitSugar]
5. Topshop released a pretty, pink lip crayon named “Clueless.” As if! [Topshop]
6. Paul MacDonald’s new music video stars wife and Twilight star Nikki Reed. [THR]
Prince Harry put on his dancing shoes! During a trip to Kingston, Jamaica, he moved his feet to Bob Marley’s “One Love” in a pair of royal blue suede Russell & Bromley boots. Tell us: Do you think colorful shoes look sexy on men? Let us know in the poll below!
Plus! Have you taken our sexy poll yet?
Jones New York called upon rising designer Wes Gordon to create a capsule collection exclusive to Bloomingdale’s—and it just landed in stores. “Our goal was to create modern classic pieces that are accessible and can be easily incorporated into an existing wardrobe,” Gordon told InStyle.com of the jackets, blouses, pants and skirts that make up his lineup. One of his favorite pieces is the classic navy short, $128, shown here. “The high waist, a-line shape, pleats, and pockets combine to make them look fantastic on anyone and effortlessly cool,” the Tom Ford and Oscar de la Renta-trained designer said. Check out the entire collection in the gallery, which ranges from $88 to $398, and shop it now on bloomingdales.com.
— Nikki Ogunnaike