Topic: jason wu
Although we’re still enthusiastic about Jason Wu‘s upcoming Target collection, its publicity machine is starting to get mighty twee. More
Michelle Obama turns 48 today, so first off, happy birthday! On account of the First Lady having such a bold, unique and refreshing sense of style, we went to the trouble of selecting her 10 best looks. This was a challenge! Let us know what we forgot. In looks from Alexander McQueen, Jason Wu, Thakoon, Rodarte, Lanvin and more. More
Ask and ye shall receive: here’s every last look from Jason Wu‘s French New Wave-inspired Target collection (courtesy Target). As we’ve mentioned, the 53-piece collection ranges in price from $19 to $60 and goes on sale early February. What do you think? More
We try not to get our hopes up too much for usually over-hyped, predictably low-quality masstige collections but… we’re looking forward to whatever Jason Wu has up his sleeve for Target. Especially now that they’ve released images of this pretty poplin dress! More
The PR campaign for the upcoming Muppets movie is surprisingly fashion-centric. Or, it was surprising until we learned that Miss Piggy plays a Vogue editor. And Zac Posen did her wardrobe. …Then it all made sense.
Target announced this morning that its latest Go International collaborator is none other than Michelle Obama favorite, Jason Wu. Wu–who has forged a reputation for timeless and feminine pieces in his short but impressive career–has the distinction of being the first Target collaborator post-Missoni. More ahead. More
A whopper: could Jason Wu be Target‘s next Go International designer? (UPDATE: Yes) -Styleite
Belts can really make a look. Here’s 10 solid choices. -Refinery29
Not only are there fashion QR codes, there’s a top 10. -The High Low
I miss No Doubt-era Gwen Stefani. -StyleList
Alessandra Ambrosio pairs a cobalt mini with a fur vest. -The Budget Babe
Scientists will never figure out if wine is good for you. -YouBeauty
The best hand cream… by skin type. -Birchbox
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I’m not sure that you or anyone you know will be persuaded by these runway-dominating looks, but the fact of the matter is this: fashion week was all about peplums, cutouts and–the cutout’s occasionally awkward sibling–cold shoulders. Let’s look at the evidence. More
Fashion Week has come and gone, which leaves us to pluck out and organize the meaningful data. Spring 2012 was about a lot of things (prints! peplums! citrus shades and cutouts!) but it seemed like every catwalk hosted at least one piece in saturated blue, in all shapes and silhouettes. …Luckily, this is one trend that looks lovely on just about everyone. Here’s all the cobalt, ultramarine, and aqua that ruled the runways. More
There’s a whole slew of terribly stylish women we may have never discovered if it wasn’t for the advent of street style blogs. While Elle‘s Kate Lanphear is beloved for her structured rock’n roll aesthetic and Vogue Nippon’s Anna Dello Russo is known for wearing head-to-toe couture hallucinations, former Pop editor-at-large and fellow street style (/fellow blogger) darling Shala Monroque has a downright uncanny way with color. Monroque fearlessly mixes head-turning prints, bright statement necklaces, and ladylike silhouettes for a fresh, modern look that’s completely her own. She also has killer legs. Here’s a few of her best looks.
Endless Forms: design your own 3 D objects. -The High Low
Supermodels taking over September. -Styleite
Full proof contouring. -Birchbox
How to wear bronzer into Fall. -YouBeauty
Jason Wu’s runway offers inspiration to tux-minded girls. -StyleList
Go retro cool with a rolled hair style. -Refinery29
Where to get riding boots on the cheap? -The Budget Babe
The simple sundress has been a staple in summer wardrobes for years, but many women (of all ages) seem to have trouble finding ones that flatter the shape of their body over time. That balance (of an everyday essential and something that flatters different ages) is hard to maintain in many pieces, but here are a few sundresses–ranging from the graphic and eye-catching for teens to the sophisticated and lovely 50s–to help you beat the heat (and look fantastic while doing so) for any age.