Looks like the residents of Bluebell, Alabama, are in for a serious showdown on tonight’s all-new episode of Hart of Dixie. With Ruby (Golden Brooks) officially running against Lavon (Cress Williams) for mayor, he’s forced to accept Lemon’s (Jaime King) proposal to be campaign manager for his re-election. This means that she will have to team up with her ex-lover, Lavon, to defeat her high school nemesis, Ruby. And with the mayoral race on the horizon, viewers can expect some great fashion. “I’m really excited for the campaign looks,” the show’s costume designer, Meredith Markworth-Pollack, told InStyle.com. “Lemon really steps up her game.” It’s sure to be a good old fashion Southern face-off. Watch Hart of Dixie tonight at 8/9c on The CW, and click through the gallery below to preview looks from the episode.
Don’t you wish every day was Saturday? We do, and Kate Spade New York does, too. That’s why the label is launching Kate Spade Saturday this spring, a new lifestyle brand for the younger-at-heart fashionista—and more budget-friendly, too. Saturday will include dresses, jackets, and denim, accessories, beauty, home decor items, and more, all for prices 50% lower than the brand’s current offerings (think $30 to $130). “Kate Spade Saturday is born from the core values of Kate Spade New York, but is realized in a new and exciting way for the younger customer,” Craig Leavitt, the president of Kate Spade, said in a statement. The line will launch this spring and will be available only online at the already-active saturday.com; visit the site now to sign up for news alerts.
Plus, see stars in Kate Spade!
Apple revealed its highly anticipated iPad mini today! The newest iteration of the mega-brand’s tablet still has all of your favorite features, just in smaller packaging. The mini is 23 percent thinner and 53 percent lighter than the original, which makes toting it around in your purse that much easier. Set to retail from $329 to $659, the littlest iPad will be available for pre-order starting October 26 on apple.com and for purchase at Apple stores and online starting November 2. In the meantime, give your current device a refresher with one of the chic iPad cases from the gallery below!
Eric Daman’s run as the costume designer on Gossip Girl may be coming to a close—#tears for series finale countdown—but he’s not straying far from the CW’s tween-centric fan base. You’ll see Daman work more of his yes-you-love-everything-the-cast-wears magic for the upcoming series The Carrie Diaries, set to debut on the network this January, with AnnaSophia Robb on board to play a 16-year-old Carrie Bradshaw in the Sex and the City prequel set in 1984 New York City. “This is similar to when we started Gossip Girl,” he told us at last night’s pilot episode premiere at the New York Television Festival. “With the kids on Gossip Girl, they all really grew together.” And we’ll see that in this show, too. (Robb is now 18; Lively was 20 when GG started.) Though, the ’80s dictates different looks. “In Gossip Girl, every episode was a giant fashion ball where we needed couture gowns. This isn’t like that. They’re very different eras. This New York is a much brighter kind of neon meets gritty. This is more of an independent film and we have to make everybody ‘80s-appropriate.” We’ll have to wait until January to see all of the fashion moments, but with Daman at the helm, we hope the clothes will be as fabulous as Carrie.
Plus, see Sarah Jessica Parker’s transformation as Carrie Bradshaw!
Jess (Zooey Deschanel) strikes a pose on tonight’s episode of New Girl! When Cece (Hannah Simone) is unable to perform her modeling duties at a car show, Jess (Zooey Deschanel) volunteers to fill in… but don’t expect it to run smoothly (or with any shortage of heavy eye makeup). Though, in this episode, we do get to see more of Simone’s wardrobe, which she loves. “The great thing about being an off-duty model is that you get to be comfortable—which isn’t as stylish, but it’s effortless and casual,” she told InStyle.com recently. Tune in tonight for a glimpse at her style at 9/8c on FOX.
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— Janelle Grodsky
Halloween is very soon upon us—next Wednesday!—and that means one thing: the spookiest episodes of our favorite TV shows are airing this week. The Monster influx kicks off tonight with ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars. After the shocking conclusion of last season, Ashley Benson’s Hanna, Lucy Hale’s Aria, Shay Mitchell’s Emily, and the rest of the gang are back for more Team A sleuthing, but this time, they’re doing it in costume and aboard the Rosewood Halloween Ghost Train. Tune in tonight at 8 p.m. EST to see Mitchell dressed as a space-age fighter, Hale as a flapper, and more surprises.
Plus, see Ashley and Lucy model for Bongo.
Long or short, full or streamlined, there was a dress for every bride at Reem Acra’s fall 2013 runway show. Guided by the quote “where the trend starts and the tradition continues,” the label certainly showed something new with modern cocktail numbers and hi-low hem designs mixing with the most classic ballgowns. While the dresses were the true stars, the veils nearly stole the show with some cinched by crystal headbands, others delicately pleated and a few that tented entire gowns to ethereal effect. The final twist: flared tulle that adorned select models’ wrist to create the illusion of bell-sleeves. Check out all of the looks in the gallery.
Bryan and David jump back into baby mode after basking in their engagement glow when Rocky (Nene Leakes) questions them about finding potential godparents. “NeNe is amazing in this episode,” show creator Ryan Murphy Tweeted of the former Housewife‘s character. So, will they find someone suitable and up for the task? We’re doubtful they’ll choose Nana (Ellen Barkin). Tune in tonight at 9:30/8:30c on NBC to see who they ask!
Plus, 5 things to know about Normal.
— Janelle Grodsky