In less than a decade, Rachel Zoe has gone from dressing young, up-and-coming pop stars like Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson to styling award-winning actresses like Jennifer Garner and Anne Hathaway. Now a celebrity in her own right, Zoe’s added designer and reality TV star to her impressive resume. The third season of her series The Rachel Zoe Project will premiere August 3rd on Bravo, and to celebrate, Zoe sat down with InStyle to discuss the looks—and ladies—that made her a star.
Hear her roar: Julianne Moore’s Fall 2010 ads for Bulgari were just released and animals are still a major theme. (For the spring campaign, she posed with two cockatiels.) This go-round Moore lounges sans clothing, covered in eye-catching jewels and one of Bulgari’s lustworthy new Fall bags, with two lion cubs. We aren’t sure what to covet more, the adorable cubs or the luxe bags!
1. The Queen of England has wardrobe favorites too! [StyleList.com]
2. Orlando Bloom is the new face of BOSS Orange cologne. [People.com]
3. Bulgari has designed a special ring for charity. [WWD.com]
4. J. Crew is collaborating with Imogene + Willie on a new denim line. [Racked.com]
5. Get gorgeous red lips a la the models at the Chanel Haute Couture show. [Style.com]
6. Another exciting collaboration: Isabel and Ruben Toledo for Target. [NYMag.com]
Isabella Rossellini is lending her singular sense of style to the famed fine jewelry house Bulgari, for which she’s designed a new handbag. “My connection with Bulgari dates back to when I was a child and I’d accompany my mother”—the legendary Ingrid Bergman—”to the historic shop in Via Condotti in Rome,” said Rossellini, who most recently appeared at the CFDA Awards to honor Style Icon Iman. “She loved Bulgari jewels.” Available in four colors and several materials (in keeping with Rossellini’s multifaceted style), the elegant bag, which features twist locks made of semi-precious stones, is a nod to the glamorous golden years of 1960s Rome. “A bag today is of course an indispensable accessory for us women,” she explained. “We tried to make it an object of elegance and luxury, like a jewel.”