With only four episodes left of The CW’s hit show Gossip Girl,the drama and scheming are hitting a season high, and so is the fashion. Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) kept it casual last night in a Brulee animal print camisole, while Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) made a bold statement in a patterned Peter Pilotto dress. For more looks from the “Where the Vile Things Are” episode, click through the gallery. And catch Gossip Girl Mondays at 9/8c on The CW, then come back to news.instyle.com for our weekly fashion credits.
After just landing in stores for fall, Rag & Bone’s digital stripe print is already a big hit with stars. Mandy Moore chose the to wear the design on the label’s smoking coat to the Rag & Bone west coast flagship opening in Los Angeles, while Amy Poehler slipped into a multi-folded origami dress in the same stripes for The Wantful: Art of Giving Los Angeles event this week. We love how this pattern works for different ages and body types, which proves the power of a good print. Tell us, which would you prefer to wear—the coat or the dress? Find both pieces for $995 each at rag-bone.com.
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Reese Witherspoon made her first official appearance since giving birth just one month ago to her third child Tennesse James when she toasted to the opening of the Los Angeles flagship of Rag & Bone this weekend with pal Cameron Diaz. The two actresses (clad in head-to-toe Rag & Bone) sipped on bubbly and shopped duds from the brand, whose new 9,000 square-foot, two-floor art deco-inspired store marks its first-ever West Coast location. Click through the gallery to see more photos from this weekend’s biggest parties.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen were some of the first shoppers at the new Rag & Bone store in Boston, where they caught up with designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville at the boutique’s opening party. The designers were excited to see the power couple out, they even Tweeted a group shot. If you’re in Beantown, check out the new store at 111 Newbury St. (617-536-6700). Plus, see more celebrities out this weekend in the gallery.
Designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville of the celebrity-favorite label Rag & Bone mastered the layered look for fall 2012, showing off everything from blanket coats to shearling vests to colored fur. The rich palette featured burgundy, bronze, copper, forest green, and floral tapestry, on heavy fabrics such as tweed, brocade, and wool. Even the accessories—driving gloves, shearling bags, chunky platform boots—looked like they would keep you very, very warm. See our favorite looks from the collection in the gallery now!
— Violet Gaynor
Saks Fifth Avenue dressed their holiday windows with a charitable spirit! The department store invited the designers Stella McCartney, Proenza Schouler, Nina Ricci, Olivier Theyskens, Rag & Bone, and Erdem to create one-of-a-kind dresses to display in a series of dreamy “bubbles and snowflakes” themed tableaux. Beyond just looking good, all the exclusive gowns are being auctioned off through Charitybuzz to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Bidding starts today and opens at $500—which dress has you ready to make a donation?
Plus, see more holiday window displays in the gallery!
Gossip Girl fourth episode of season five premieres Monday, and we have a sneak peek of the looks on the show! One outfit you’ll see: Serena (Blake Lively) in a sherbet-hued Yigal Azrouel shift dress from the label’s spring 2011 collection. The show’s stylist Eric Daman brought the piece into fall with a cable-knit Rag & Bone cardigan and a Mulberry bag in deep brown leather. For more looks from the new episode, titled “Memoirs of an Invisible Dan,” click through the gallery. Catch Gossip Girl on Monday, October 17th at 8/7c.
If you love the music festival-inspired look, then you will love the styles from Rag & Bone’s spring 2012 runway show. Designers David Neville and Marcus Wainwright’s sporty cool collection had a ‘70s surfer-girl vibe: Textured fabrics (think crochet and mesh) were layered over parachute materials, while hints of vibrant neon popped on bikinis, shoes, and bags. Accessories included bright clutches, wide-band cuff bracelets and black-and-white velcro chokers. Click through the gallery to see some of our favorite looks from the Rag & Bone spring 2012 fashion show.
— Violet Gaynor