Ivanka Trump already dresses you from head to toe with her clothing line, shoe line, jewelry line, and handbag line—and now she’s taking it one step further. This fall, she’s launching the Boutique Collection, an all-leather handbag lineup featuring stingray and snakeskin-printed totes, satchels, and clutches that epitomize her work-hard-play-hard aesthetic. “All women want to feel confident, chic, and polished and a gorgeous handbag always seems to complete a look,” Trump told InStyle.com exclusively. “Whether you’re looking to make a youthful and bold statement or prefer a more understated, sophisticated style, my new Boutique Collection offers something for everyone. Each design has a classic elegance with a modern edge and is designed with a feminine, professional, and strong woman in mind.” Click through the gallery to preview the lineup, and shop it for $225 to $395 in stores this August and on ivankatrump.com.
It’s a question many women ask often: What should I wear to work today? Let some of New York’s finest designers brainstorm for you! InStyle.com asked a mix of celebrities and designers their top tips for boardroom-dressing at New York Fashion Week. From Ivanka Trump to Rachel Bilson, click through the gallery to see more tips from some of our favorite style stars.
We’re asking Emily Maynard about her favorite outfit from each episode of The Bachelorette this season, and this week, she surprised us by choosing a casual look instead of her go-to sequin gowns. ”I loved the blue Wildfox shorts and green striped Joie shirt with a casual pair of Ivanka Trump sandals,” she told InStyle.com exclusively of the outfit she wore on the group date in the park. “This was one of the first times some of the guys had seen me away from the cocktail parties and in normal clothes, so I was happy I was able to just be ‘one of the guys’ that day, but still feel cute.” (The same tunic is available in raspberry pink on sale for $130 at nordstrom.com.) What was your favorite look Emily wore in last night’s episode? Tell us in the comments!
Plus, see Emily’s other favorite looks this season!
In 2007, Ivanka Trump launched a modest jewelry line. In the five years since, she has created footwear, bags, outerwear, and now: a complete clothing collection. (Oh, and a marriage and a baby.) Joined by her husband, Jared Kushner, as well as her parents, Donald and Ivana, Ivanka previewed her spring 2012 lineup in a fashion show at Lord & Taylor’s 5th-Avenue location in New York City and filled the runway with pretty dresses, pleated skirts, and chic office wear. “Amazing first fashion show! Thank you for hosting it for me @LordandTaylor! I’ll post tons of pics online tomorrow!” the designer Tweeted after the show. The new pieces range in price from $50 to $240. Click through the gallery to see all the looks, available in Lord & Taylor stores now.
Ivanka Trump just launched her new clothing collection—and it’s heading straight to your TV screen! The rising business mogul will challenge the competitors on Sunday’s episode of The Celebrity Apprentice to create window displays featuring her new clothes for Lord & Taylor in New York City. So, what do the challengers like Debbie Gibson, Aubrey O’Day, Teresa Giudice, and Patricia Velásquez, and more have to work with? Scarf-print dresses, ponte knit capri pants, soft cardigans, patterned skirts, and more—each priced at under $200. “I wanted to build a strong and sustainable collection that is not overly trend-conscious,” Trump told us before the launch. “I wanted timeless glamour.” Check out some of the new pieces in the gallery, and catch the line’s TV debut on Sunday at 9/8c on NBC.
Glee fans geared up for the Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) and Finn Hudson (Cory Montieth) wedding during last night’s episode, and we were excited to see what the type-A Rachel planned for her big day. Thanks to the researchers at fashionofglee.tumblr.com, we know the hot pink belted bridesmaids dresses that Mercedes (Amber Riley), Sugar (Vanessa Lengies), Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz), Brittany (Heather Morris), and Santana (Naya Rivera) wore are from the Merona Collection at Target, and they accessorized with ivory pointed-toe heel by Ivanka Trump. It’s nice to see the costume designers kept the look budgety-friendly and high-school appropriate—the dress sold for $40, though it’s no longer in stores, and the patent pumps are available for $120 at zappos.com. Sadly, with Quinn’s (Dianna Agron) accident, the “I dos” never happened. Here’s to hoping they’ll pick up where they left off when the show returns in April! Tell us: Do you like their bridesmaids look? Let us know in the comments!
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We’ve got the scoop on what Jaime King and Rachel Bilson wear in the upcoming episode of Hart of Dixie! For one scene, King’s character Lemon Breeland totes Ivanka Trump‘s mint-hued Ella satchel, a style which she pairs with a jade Valentino skirt and matching Pour La Victoire pumps. Score the same bag in black for $125 at dillards.com, or visit ivankatrump.com to find the green version at a store near you. See more outfits in the gallery, and watch the show Monday, February 13th at 9/8c on The CW.
Ivanka Trump is gearing up to launch her first clothing line this spring and here is a sneak peek of what you can expect! “There is a timeless glamour to this collection,” Trump told InStyle.com. “It includes a broad range that goes from weekend to casual to work environment to serious glam and evening.” To illustrate her point, Trump shared a few sketches of some of the looks she created exclusively with InStyle.com, including easy day dresses and neutral separates. Click through the gallery to preview the sketches now, and see how they became a reality, too. The first Ivanka Trump apparel collection, which ranges from $84 for a top to $199 for a jacket, lands at Lord & Taylor, Macy’s, and more stores starting February 1st.