The countdown to spring is on here at InStyle, but if you’re anything like us, the harsh winter months have left you sporting dry, cracked skin and a less than glowy complexion. Ready to repair the damage? Keep reading. We reached out to dermatologist Dr. David Colbert, who has worked his illuminating magic on stars like Rachel Weisz, Naomi Watts, Sienna Miller, and Michelle Williams, for all the skin-soothing secrets you’ll need. To begin the road to recovery before the temperatures rise, check out Colbert’s 10 must-haves for instant skin therapy (including picks from his very own line) and see what he had to say about each product in our gallery.
Now this is a reason to shop—and celebrate! For the second year, Vestiaire Collective, a site that serves as a safe platform to buy and sell authentic pre-owned luxury items, is hosting an annual charity sale of “partywear” pieces, which happily coincides with the start of holiday dress shopping. Celebrities and designers alike have donated high-end coveted pieces starting at £100 (or, roughly $162) from their personal collections, with proceeds going to their charity of choice. Scoop up Rachel Weisz‘s pink Joseph dress for £250 (or, $404) or Gemma Arterton‘s leather Armani dress for £750 (or, $1,212), both benefiting children’s charity NSPCC. “We are thrilled that so many leading lights in the fashion world have come out to support our annual charity initiative,” said Fanny Moizant, UK Managing Director of the site, in a statement. “This year we expect to raise thousands for charities from Barnardo’s to NSPCC.” Talk about feel-good fashion! Head on over to vestiairecollective.com to snag a designer piece that’s (finally) worth the splurge.
Taking neutrals to shimmering new heights, Rachel Weisz accented a belted iridescent Michael Kors gown with Sophia Webster’s rose gold Azealia clutch. Shop the style for $357 at net-a-porter.com, and catch the spellbinding actress in Oz the Great and Powerful, out on DVD next month.
Plus, more of Rachel’s best looks.
Today People announced the women (and men) who made this year’s Most Beautiful List, and we’re proud to say that more than a few of these lovely ladies have graced the cover of InStyle! And that includes this year’s World’s Most Beautiful Woman, Gwyneth Paltrow (get it, girl!). She’s in good company, joined by InStyle cover beauties like the age-defying Halle Berry, the vivacious Sofia Vergara, and the gorgeous and talented Zoe Saldana, and more. Scroll down to see more InStyle cover girls who landed in People‘s Most Beautiful 2013. More
Inspired by Oz the Great and Powerful: Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, and Michelle Williams’s “Ruby Slipper” StyleMar 8, 2013 @ 1:52 pm
There is no accessory more important in the classic Wizard of Oz fairytale than the click-your-heels-together-and-pray-for-home ruby slippers. And since Judy Garland’s 1939 originals are currently in the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Beverly Hills (thanks to some help from Leonardo DiCaprio), we asked our March cover girls—Oz the Great and Powerful stars Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, and Michelle Williams—for their 21st-century updates. Their picks:
Pick: Chanel’s Ankle-Strap Pumps
Why: “Such a classy look! What really appeals to me is that they’d be equally gorgeous with jeans or something dressier.”
Where: $1,350; at select Chanel boutiques; visit chanel.com for locations.
Pick: Charlotte Olympia’s Clio Leopard Heels
Why: “The heels on this pair make me feel teetery-tottery—in a good way, like I’ve had a glass of Champagne!”
Where: $1,095; call 212-744-1842 or visit modaoperandi.com.
Plus, snag the March issue of InStyle to read more about our cover ladies, on newsstands and downloadable for your tablets now. For a sneak peek, cilck “Inside the Cover Story” to read the five juiciest quotes from the issue.
Oz The Great and Powerful Opens Today! Read the 5 Juiciest Quotes from Stars and InStyle Cover Girls Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams, and Rachel WeiszMar 7, 2013 @ 2:00 pm
Oz The Great and Powerful opens in theaters today! The stars, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams, and Mila Kunis are truly bewitching as witches in the movie, and we got the exclusive peek inside their off-screen magical lives when they posed for the cover of InStyle’s March issue. What truly makes Rachel Weisz happy? What does “no place like home” mean to Michelle Williams? What bothers Mila Kunis most about Hollywood? Click through to read the 5 juiciest quotes from InStyle‘s cover girls, and pick up the issue on newsstands now (and downloadable for your tablet, too!) to read the full story.
The bewitching trio of Oz The Great and Powerful continued their world tour last night in London, premiering the film at the Empire Theatre on Leicester Square in the heart of the city’s theater district. InStyle’s March cover girls Rachel Weisz (in Michael Kors), Michelle Williams (in Burberry Prorsum), and Mila Kunis (in Alexander McQueen), walked the yellow brick road alongside the “wizard” himself, James Franco. The film hits theaters in the U.S. March 8.
Plus, see more of this week’s biggest parties!
When it comes to fabulous costumes, there’s no place like Disney. To coincide with the March 8 release of Oz The Great and Powerful, Disney Store designers have created two adult-sized, limited-edition couture costumes inspired by two of the tale’s iconic witches, Theodora (the Wicked Witch of the West) and Glinda (the Good Witch), played by InStyle’s March cover girls Mila Kunis and Michelle Williams. Only 300 editions of each look were made, and you can shop both the Wicked ($400) and Good ($350) costumes now on disneystore.com (along with an entire collection of Oz-inspired goodies). “I spent a lot of the shoot in a leather corset, wired up in a harness, and flying around in costume,” Kunis told InStyle of playing the West’s most infamous Wicked Witch. And while broomstick flying might not be on your agenda, it’s still fun to imagine wearing a pointy hat inspired by Theodora’s infamous black topper. Unless, that is, you’re more of a Glinda girl. Vote below and tell us which witch are you: Good or Bad?
Plus, see HSN’s line of Oz-inspired goods!
And check out InStyle’s March issue on newsstands now! On the go? Download it on your tablet!