While sexy soccer star David Beckham is proud of his great style—after all, H&M did ask him to design his own underwear collection—he does admit that he’s made a few sartorial missteps. One that he can’t forget (though he’d like to) is this head-to-toe Versace leather look that coordinated perfectly in-step with wife Victoria. “That’s one where I look back, like, ‘What were we thinking?’ We laugh about that one,” he said, People reports. Though, they’re not the only famous duo to match in public! Click through the gallery to see Jennifer and Justin, Kate and Will, and more celebrity couple style twins. Adorable or not? Tell us what you think in the comments below!
1. Channel your inner rock star in American Idol’s new clothing line. [People StyleWatch]
2. Check out these Hunger Games-inspired tattoos, starring Katniss’s mockingjay symbol. [BellaSugar]
3. Hanky Panky created a line of Hello Kitty lingerie. [Racked]
4. Watch Ellen DeGeneres help customers at the JCPenney where she worked her first job. [YouTube]
5. Dee Hilfiger’s reversible bags for QVC go on sale today. [Catwalk Queen]
6. See Michelle Obama’s seven style rules. Hint: She loves color-blocking and chartreuse! [Refinery 29]
Heidi Klum just added new pieces to her Wildlife jewelry collection for QVC, and she’s going on-air today to debut the additions. “You can look forward to seeing unique color combinations that are a bit more unexpected,” the model-turned-mogul told InStyle.com of her spring offerings, which also include enamel details, different types of stones, and the launch of watches. Check out a selection of her spring lineup in the gallery, and catch Klum live on QVC at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. EST today.
January Jones and Christina Hendricks discussed their upcoming fifth season premiere of Mad Men at a talk hosted by the New York Times in New York City. “I’m just excited to see it,” Jones, who plays Betty Francis, told InStyle.com this week. “I haven’t seen it yet. So, I’m just excited to watch it.” Aren’t we all? The show returns with a two-hour premiere on AMC Sunday at 9/8c. See more stars at last night’s hottest parties in the gallery.
— Sharon Clott, with reporting by Andrea Simpson
On the second episode of NBC’s Fashion Star last night, the buyers erupted into a bidding war over Kara Laricks’s tie-back plaid scoopneck dress, and Saks Fifth Avenue won with its $110,000 bid. Though, that’s not the look we loved most. Our favorite was this simple, easy-to-wear pink dress by Lisa Vian Hunter. The style works for day and night, weekend and work (we’d tie the belt in the back and pair it with bright flats). And, at $99, Macy’s priced the versatile design just right. Looks like America agreed—the style sold out in both its pink and pattern versions hours after the show aired. (Note: The Sarah Parrott-designed trousers that H&M bid on also sold out.) See all of the winning looks in the gallery now, and tell us, which design did you like best?