Jessica Chastain wowed the crowd in her high class designer masterpieces created by Jason Wu, Vivienne Westwood and Versace. See what dresses and gowns she wore and how she accessorized her looks!
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Try your hand at the tousled designs as seen on the runway of Erdem, L.A.M.B., Jason Wu, Charlotte Ronson and Lacoste. From braided hairstyles based on the ponytail and single braids sticking out here and there, to the sophisticated braided updos and chignons, braided hairstyles are very in vogue in 2014.
This coat instantly adds a little movie-star glamour. As versatile as classic black, the camel-coloured coat has an element of luxury that makes it a clear winner. This winter wardrobe staple is favoured by Alexa Chung, Kate Hudson and Blake Lively.
Say hello to the new season! Introducing 5 clothing and accessory must-have pieces to take you through to Spring 2012: a colour block dress, a peplum skirt, a handle wristlet, statement earrings, and a bird print.
If I had to choose a one piece that would instantly transform 2011 outfits to spring 2012-ready ones, I would say peplum. Why? There are three reasons: peplum has been on fire at the spring 2012 fashion shows of Vera Wang, and Cushie et Ochs, it already had a couple of magazine covers and the last but not the least, it creates a perfect hourglass shape.
Compilation of the hottest trends in clothing based on Spring Summer 2012 runways. What’s en vogue this season? Find out here: romantic 1950s-inspired silhouettes, neons mixed and matched with pastels, bold tailoring and statement-making prints including flowers, polka dot, Art Deco graphics and…birds.
This time the best dressed and (and the best dresses) were: Minka Kelly in Victoria Beckham, Emmy Rossum in Elie Tahari, Reese Witherspoon in Jason Wu, Amanda Seyfried in Karen Caldwell, and Hayden Panettiere in Zac Posen.
A spring 2011 fashion abounds in silky, simple separates, clean lines, neutral tones, and white-washed palettes. The chic simplicity, and the wearability is what minimalism is characterised by. Briefly speaking: today, less is more.