We’re giving you these coral shoes as a clue! More
Topic: Prabal Gurung
Here at The Gloss, we tend to shy away from the too-common bullying language of many fashion publications–5 Designer Items You Need Right Now! 5 Bags Everyone Will Have!, etc–because it’s unrealistic and obnoxious (no one needs a designer anything, for one).
However, for those of you who like following fashion but feel no obligation to spend a month’s rent on a damn handbag, one very easy way to translate the runway to your regular old wardrobe is with color. By incorporating the season’s biggest shades–whether through recycling stuff you already have or buying something new–you’ll achieve roughly the same effect as wearing trendy, eye-catching (and super expensive) runway pieces. Next Spring, these are the colors you’ll be seeing. More
We know that designers often imagine a specific kind of woman for each collection–but who is the woman that wears head-to-toe white? And, judging by the amount of solid white columns on the runways, they must think she’s out there in droves.
Let’s have a look at the permanent Spring trend–and, as fresh and alluring as many appear, just keep in mind the coffee stains… More
Celebrities love fashion week. Not just because they get wined and dined, sit front row, skip all the lines and leave loaded down with freebies–but because they get press, for the simple act of wearing clothes. Their outfits don’t have to be inventive, interesting or even stylish–if they’re famous and anywhere within a stone’s throw of Linc Center or Milk, they’ll get photographed. For dayz.
And we’ll contribute to the problem! More
Last night, Vogue and MAC hosted a splashy dinner attended by equally splashy people in honor of Prabal Gurung at LA’s Chateau Marmont. Everybody loves Prabal so lots of interesting people in cool looks below–and Diane Kruger wore a belly top! More
Yesterday, the Obamas dressed in their Easter Sunday finest to attend service at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. More
Last night, the SAG Awards took place. We brought all the looks from the red carpet, from the pre-party circuit, we brought you the ten best dressed along with the best and worst beauty. Now, unfortunately, it’s time for the ten worst dressed.
Ahead, the frumpiest, silliest, most over-styled and occasionally hideous looks from the 2013 SAG Awards.. More
Mitt Romney is on a desperate mission to save his flailing campaign after the apocalyptic fuck-up that was the Mother Jones leak. So, he did what any alien sent to earth to become a Brook Brothers model would do: he went on LIVE! With Kelly and Michael (?) to talk and brought along his expert humanizing device, wife Ann Romney. More
Look at her hair! It’s so bouncy and full; it practically looks Photoshopped. More
Get ready to be excited! More
Hunger Games premiered in LA last night and star Jennifer Lawrence opted for a gold lame Fall 2012 Prabal Gurung gown and strappy Jimmy Choos. The unusual dress features black tulle inserts at the shoulders and nudes ones at the waist, hitting popular trends metallic, cut-out and sheer in one fell swoop. More
Fall 2012 is showing at NYFW, which means out with the breezy dresses, the delicate prints, the bright shoes and… in with the gloom (which we’re all for). If there’s one look that landed on every major runway, it’s probably what fashion glossies like to call the “urban warrior,” a modern, usually-but-not-always minimal tough girl look for the big city. In other words: lots of leather, sharp and angular silhouettes, combat, knee or thigh-high boots… with loads of military and gladiatorial flourishes in a palette of black and not much else. See Alexander Wang, Michael Kors, Prabal Gurung, Proenza Schouler and more ahead. More
“Dark and moody” go the unsurprising fall color trends at NYFW: covering the runways were muted shades of midnight, plum, and the reigning combination of black and blue. …But just when you thought it was all very bleak and Fall-appropriate… bright, fuck-off, electric reds came down the runway. Absolutely no one had his finger on this pulse better than Jason Wu, whose collection was almost exclusively shadowy shades of blue, wine and blinding red. Here are the colors to keep your eyes on for Fall 2012. More