Ready, set, shop! Get your wardrobe in shape for summer with the best new launches and collaborations to hit stores this month. From Missoni handbags to Saint James’s nautical collection for Coach, click the photo to check out our favorite shoes, bags, bikinis, and dresses coming to stores this May.
Now that it’s March, stores are getting in their fresh spring shipments, and we’ve scoured the racks to bring you this season’s top picks, starting with our favorite shoes. We picked out 10 you’ll love to shop—and all for under $100, too. Click through to see our wallet-friendly favorites from Guess, Nine West, and more. Get shopping, at these prices, they’re bound to go fast!
Swedish fashion blogger Elin Kling, creator of Style by Kling, has two new (major!) accomplishments to add to her already impressive resume! After being tapped as the inaugural blogger for a design collaboration with H&M, Kling is now the first-ever person to partner on a collection for Guess. “I’m very honored!” Kling told InStyle.com at the Bloomingdale’s launch of her just-released Fall 2012 collection, Elin Kling for Marciano. “I’ve been very involved with everything, even the marketing. I’m pretty annoying to work with because I want to know everything!” The blogger is associated with her easy-to-replicate street style, which during the cooler months, Kling told us, includes plenty of large scarves and sweaters, like the ones (shown at right) she designed for Marciano. “I definitely have a lot of my personal style in there,” she told InStyle.com. “It’s something you can see. I think people have seen me wear large knits, and I always wear big turtlenecks—you can find all that in the collection.” The Jonna Oversized Sweater is currently sold out on guessbymarciano.com, but the cropped version is available for $178. Click here to get one for yourself, just in time for winter!
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Jackie Evancho hits a high note as the new face of GUESS kids fall campaign.The 12-year-old classical singer, who came in an impressive second place on Season 5 of America’s Got Talent, turns rock star for the brand’s music-themed ads featuring stage-worthy pieces like a faux-fur jacket, sequined top, and distressed combat boots, of course. (Guitar sold separately.) Click through to see Gwyneth Paltrow, Emma Stone, and more in their campaign close-ups.
Move over celebrities—DJs are getting clothing collaborations now! Tiësto, the Dutch DJ who’s known for his electronic techno music that can get crowds from Ibiza to Dubai crazy fired up, just announced his partnership with Guess to launch a lineup of accessories and clothing. “I’ve been a fan of the brand for a long time,” Tiësto said. “It’s really an honor to have been selected to partner with them in such a global way.” His first piece, the limited-edition watch seen here, will land in stores this August, with a 22-piece collection of light-show and laser beam-inspired tees, leather jackets, skinny jeans for men and women ranging from $32 to $368, following this October. Find out more at tiesto.guess.com (or just visit to hear one of his tracks play in the background—because it does).
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Guess turns 30 this year! And what better way to celebrate the momentous milestone than with a line of throwback styles? The brand just launched a 14- piece, limited-edition anniversary capsule collection, encapsulating the playful, retro aesthetic that made it famous. Original ’80s Guess girl Claudia Schiffer stars as the face of the lineup, which features gingham tie-waist tops and vintage floral jeans, ranging from $44 to $138. Shop the styles now at guess.com, and at Guess and Bloomingdale’s stores nationwide.
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Stylish up-and-comer Jamie Chung gave the Audrey Hepburn look a modern spin with a sleek cutout sheath from Guess by Marciano paired with a zipper-trimmed Linea Pelle clutch. Get the LBD on sale now for $145 at guess.com and the colorblock clutch for $195 on lpcollection.com.
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We’re excited to see what True Grit star Hailee Steinfeld will wear to the Oscars this Sunday. Already the Best Supporting Actress nominee’s fashion choices have been admirable, wearing dresses by Prabal Gurung, Marc Jacobs, Prada, and Marchesa, to name a few. Turns out, she’s had good practice for red-carpet posing—Steinfeld started as a model! “I signed with a print agent before I signed with a theatrical agent, so I had been [modeling] for about a year before the acting really started to pick up for me,” she told Vanity Fair, adding that her first job was modeling for Gap. She also modeled for Guess Kids, and we got our hands on one her campaigns (check out an 11-year-old Steinfeld inset). Perhaps that’s when she first learned to love stripes!