The 4th Annual Fashion 2.0 Awards were held at the SVA Theatre in New York last night, where some of our favorite designers and their teams were honored for their tech savvy! The “Digital Oscars,” as they’re affectionately called, were hosted by Simon Doonan and Robert Verdi, who handed Diane von Furstenberg, Gilt Groupe, and Anthropologie some of the top awards of the night for their Twitter, Pinterest, videos, and more. Marc Jacobs and Saks Fifth Avenue took two honors each, and DKNY was named “Best Twitter” for the fourth year running. Congratulations, everyone! Click to see the complete list of winners after the jump. And tell us: Which of these designers to you love to follow online?
The 10 Most Memorable Looks from Revenge, Chosen by the Woman Who Knows Them Best: Costume Designer Jill OhannesonMar 10, 2013 @ 12:00 pm
Revenge is back tonight! And (spoiler alert!) someone close to Emily (Emily VanCamp) has been killed—not that such an incident will stop her from attending the funeral looking anything less than polished. Because even with all the twists and turns on the Sunday night soap, one thing is constant: Emily, Victoria (Madeleine Stowe), and all the other Hamptons ladies look good. That’s why we caught up with the woman behind their best looks, costume designer Jill Ohanneson, who shared with us her all-time favorite pieces she put on the girls, from Emily’s red-hot Alexander McQueen to Ashley’s (Ashley Madekwe) goddess Balenciaga, to Charlotte’s (Christa B. Allen) sweet Anthropologie find. “There are so many that I love! I have the best job in the world,” Ohanneson told InStyle.com. Can’t say we disagree! Click through to see them all, plus her insider scoop on what makes each look so special. And tune into ABC at 9/8c to see how Emily & Co. work their mourning LBDs for [------]‘s final farewell.
New York designer Tracy Reese (much loved by stars like 90210′s Shenae Grimes) is doing another collaboration with Anthropologie! Following her limited-edition release of the dress inspired by Michelle Obama’s Democratic National Convention look, the designer is working on something new for the retailer—a home collection. “We are launching Plenty Home, which should debut in about a month,” Reese told InStyle.com prior to her runway show during New York Fashion Week. “It was really fun to work on. We had a home license that ended a couple years ago, and I’ve just been dying to kind of get back into it. It’s something that I really love to do.” Keep your eyes peeled for the line’s March release.
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Anthropologie’s dreamy wedding brand BHLDN is about to get a little design help from Peter Som! The designer is on board to design a bridal collection after seeing his pastel-filled spring 2013 lineup, WWD reports. And indeed, the white dresses and floral designs he featured in last season are the stuff of wedding fantasies! Expect to see Som’s bridal debut on BHLDN.com starting next month, and more designer collaborations for the brand in the future.
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We’re obsessed with the vintage-inspired beauty offerings at Anthropologie, so finding out today that the store will launch its own lipstick line is definitely exciting! Inspired by Old Hollywood glamour, the Albeit lipstick range contains six versatile hues—from warm rose to true crimson—each housed in a sleek gold case. In addition to the saturated color, the products are infused with argan oil and vitamin E to ensure your pucker doesn’t end up parched. The lipsticks are priced at $18 each when they hit stores and anthropologie.com later this month, but you can get a sneak peek at the line by clicking “See the Photos” below.
What a cute summer dress! Dianna Agron showed her seasonal spirit when she attended last night’s Coach Carnival in New York City in a bright impressionist-inspired digital print design. The look is actually one of seven pieces Tracy Reese designed for Anthropologie—it’s part of the retailer’s new Made in Kind initiative for designer collaborations—and just landed in stores several weeks ago. The print itself, which features a grassy embankment and lily pads, is inspired by Frida Kahlo and botanical photography. Find the dress, which the Glee star accessorized with Miu Miu shoes, a Coach bag, and Coach sunglasses, for $298 at anthropologie.com.
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Taylor Swift loves a pretty dress! The singer lunched out in Beverly Hills wearing a vintage-inspired find from one of her favorite stores, Anthropologie. Styling bonus: The versatile floral number converts to strapless. Get it for $158 at anthropologie.com.
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Anthropologie launched 11 designer collaboration collections today! The retailer expanded its website to include a new “Made in Kind” section to house all the lines, which include pieces created by Karen Walker, Gregory Parkinson, Samantha Pleet, and more. Most pieces are priced between $100 and $300—check them all out at anthropologie.com.
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