You’ll always be true to your blues, but it may be time to spice things up! Recently, denim designers have translated acclaimed runway prints onto our beloved denim bottoms: We spotted Valentino’s delft porcelain pattern and Milly’s holographic hue on jeans, and we have sourced these pairs and more to help you find the perfectly patterned fit. Click to shop denim inspired by praised Fall 2013 ready-to-wear runways looks, including Givenchy’s paisley, Alberta Ferretti’s plaid, Kenzo’s croc, L’Wren Scott’s embroidery, and more.
You can always count on Anna Kendrick to wear something feminine—but now, she’s all about breaking her own status quo. “I find myself drawn to really romantic pieces, but I definitely try and push myself to go towards edgy,” the actress told InStyle.com at Barneys New York last night, where she was on hand celebrate the launch of Marissa Webb‘s collection at the retailer. “I feel like my safety zone is maybe too feminine. I love it when designers can put hard edges and tough details on what are generally considered really feminine pieces.” Kendrick’s change is already evident, from her studded Rebecca Minkoff top to the strappy Brian Atwood sandals she paired with her Zuhair Murad beaded mini to her teal Alberta Feretti lace dress, the latter of which she told us was her recent favorite. However, she embodied her style resolution entirely last night when she paired a flowy Grecian style dress ($745) with a leather vest ($1,025), both from Webb’s collection. “What I love about this line is that it is so feminine and so romantic, and then there’s just enough of an edge to make you feel like you’re pushing yourself in a new direction,” said Kendrick. “It feels very current.” A perfect fit!
Plus, see Anna Kendrick’s best style moments ever.
Alberta Ferretti’s limited-edition collection for Macy’s hits shelves today, and it’s full of outfits perfect for summer weddings and garden parties. “The collection I created is fresh and bright, featuring light summer clothing that evokes the spirit of my beautiful country and is at the same time true to my style,” the Italian designer said. The refreshing lower-price lineup offers the label’s signature feminine dresses and delicate knits in floaty fabrics like chiffon and cotton voile. Browse the entire collection in the gallery, and shop it for $49 to $119 at Macy’s and macys.com.
Alberta Ferretti’s limited-edition collection for Macy’s is almost here, and it’s full of outfits perfect to wear for upcoming summer weddings and garden parties. “The collection I created is fresh and bright, featuring light summer clothing that evokes the spirit of my beautiful country and is at the same time true to my style,” the Italian designer told WWD. The refreshing lower-price lineup offers the label’s signature feminine dresses and delicate knits in floaty fabrics like chiffon and cotton voile. Preview the entire collection (with prices ranging from $49 to $119!) in the gallery, and get your shopping list ready for when it hits stores April 17th.
Macy’s newest guest designer is Alberta Ferretti! “The collection I created is fresh and bright, featuring light summer clothing that evokes the spirit of my beautiful country and is at the same time true to my style,” Ferretti told WWD. The 30-piece collection, which is priced from $49 to $119, will feature knitwear, feminine dresses, peasant blouses, and garden-party looks done up in abstract florals and delicate fabrics like chiffon and voile. These are the elements of Ferretti’s main line, which is loved by celebrities like Eva Longoria, Lea Michele and Halle Berry. Alberta Ferretti for Impulse hits Macy’s stores on April 17th.
Plus, see more celebs in Alberta Ferretti!
Drew Barrymore just got engaged to art consultant Will Kopelman, and it already got us thinking what she might wear down the aisle. Our February cover girl seems to gravitate to blush gowns, whether slinky and retro or full and floaty. We’ve compiled all of her bridal-worthy looks in the gallery, so click through to see them all! With these beautiful styles, the actress has definitely given us something to look forward to when she ties the knot, whenever that may be.
Like Kate Middleton and Dita Von Teese, Ali Larter isn’t afraid to take her wardrobe for multiple spins on the red carpet. Over the weekend, she hosted a celebration honoring Alain Mikli’s new Los Angeles boutique and benefit for The Art of Elysium at her Hollywood Hills home in an Alberta Ferretti little white scoopneck dress featuring a geometric design—the same look she wore to the designer’s runway show at III° Edition of Cali Expo in Colombia in October. “I love this dress,” Larter told InStyle.com. “I thought it was so beautiful. It was one of those moments where I thought, ‘I’m wearing that baby again!’” And she advises everyone to follow her lead. “It’s such a bummer in my business when you wear something and you’re not supposed to wear it again,” she said. “I’m like, ‘No way!’” Agreed!
— Sharon Clott, reporting by Lindzi Scharf
“Every year, I have a little bit of an existential fashion crisis,” Rashida Jones admitted to InStyle.com at the recent opening of Rebecca Taylor’s new outpost in Los Angeles. “This year, I figured out how to try to wear things that are more flattering on me.” And she did—which is why we asked her to pick some of her favorite looks of 2011. See her favorites in the gallery.
— Lindzi Scharf