You can count on two things at Chanel's annual Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner: style setters of the A-list variety and lots of Chanel. Those were the common denominators at last night's festivities, where the dinner party was a real-life runway for Karl Lagerfeld's recent collections. Who better to showcase the designer's wares than guests (and real-life models) Joan Smalls, Alexa Chung, and Dree Hemingway. Joan's supermodel stems were on display in a grey tweed jumpsuit from the label's Pre-Spring '13 collection. Alexa exuded her signature charm in a creamy Chanel minidress from the Spring '13 line and cap-toe Mary Janes, then finished it all off with a bright red lip. Dree opted for a more colourful confection, choosing a pastel minidress from the Resort '13 line, and styled it up with a white button-down underneath and a pair of black and white brogues for a tomboy twist. This fashion-conscious set gave us Chanel three ways — now it's up to you to decide who did it best. Who gets your vote?
We're about a week away from Coachella, and even if you're not headed off on a jet-plane to get amongst the fun, you can still scrape some inspiration from this latest round of celeb outfits. We've rounded up the best celebrity looks from Coachellas past — whether it's bohemian romance or an all-American take on classics, Kate Bosworth, Vanessa Hudgens, and Lauren Conrad are just a few who provide the styling fodder. Watch it all here.
We all know and love Dree Hemingway as the uber-stylish model with an impressive heritage — like, Ernest Hemingway-impressive. But when Dree's not busy hitting the concrete catwalk and knocking our fashion socks off, did you know that she acts? And that she's good? While her role in upcoming indie film Starlet (in which she plays an aspiring star) isn't her first movie role, it is her first lead part — and she absolutely kills it. Watch the trailer here, and keep your eyes peeled for when it hits Aussie screens.
Prints! Sequins! Jewel tones! We were treated to a stylish slew of this season's hottest trends when our favourite sartorially-advanced stars hit various-coloured carpets across the globe. From Kate Bosworth in her glittering sheath to Rose Byrne's sexy black ensemble (you'll never guess which mid-market department store she got her skirt from!) all the way to a stunning Chanel dress and a Gucci showstopper, we saw countless looks we fell in love with. Best-dressed regular Alexa Chung, new mum Sienna Miller and an Aussie star on the rise are just some of the stars who made the Top 10 — one of them twice! — so click through the gallery to see who else made the cut and exactly what got them on the list!
The Week in Pictures: Jennifer's engagement ring, Kate Middleton's little fan, Kate Bosworth hits Sydney & More!
We're not sure if it's that we're getting closer to the party season or what, but something's got all our favourite celebrities getting out and about — and sharing their personal lives — more than ever. Jennifer Aniston debuted her massive engagement ring when she hit the streets with her soon-to-be hubby Justin, Kristen Stewart took in a concert with her dad (cute!), Kate Middleton shared a laugh with an adorable young fan and the One Direction boys hit an awards show together in London. As for Australia? Well, we were treated to visits from Hollywood heavyweight Benicio Del Toro and actress/style icon Kate Bosworth — one hit Melbourne, while the other stormed Sydney — for two very different reasons. That's not all, of course! There was plenty more celeb action through the week — just click through the gallery to catch up on it all!
We'll be sending a sartorial thank you note to Dree Hemingway. You see, she-of-the-never-ending-legs provided a well-timed reminder of how the simple things can sometimes be the best. Stepping out at the 20th Hamptons International Film Festival yesterday, Dree showed us exactly how good the ol' boy-meets-girl mash-up can look. Take one super flirty piece (in this case, a floral Mu Miu skirt), then add borrowed-from-your-boyfriend extras (a grey marle sweater and brogues) and hey presto! You've got yourself one clever tough/pretty mix. Want bonus style points? Grab a classic designer bag — Dree's Balenciaga motorcycle bag is pitch-perfect. Feeling inspired? Shop our editor's picks below.
The Paris Fashion Week front-row lineup — not to mention the after-party scene — always promises a solid rotation of effortlessly chic French girls (who all just happen to be designer muses, too), A-list starlets, fashion industry insiders, and the sleekest street-style crew. So it comes as no surprise that we've got more than our fair share of looks to admire. Kate Moss, in a slick LBD and dark green leather jacket, attended the Stella McCartney show arm-in-arm with photographer Mario Testino, Rachel Zoe has been spotted sporting her signature '70s-chic uniform at Giambattista Valli and Givenchy, and Olivia Palermo was the picture of polished style in head-to-toe Christian Dior at the label's show. Add to the mix Kristen Stewart's second Parisienne ensemble (hint: there's some serious stripe action involved), Dree Hemingway's insanely cool Balmain blazer, and Anna Dello Russo's long list of bold ensembles, and you've got quite a few outfit sightings (front row and otherwise) to catch up on. Just keep clicking.
The Paris Fashion Week front-row lineup — not to mention the afterparty scene — always promises a solid rotation of effortlessly chic French girls (who all just happen to be designer muses, too), A-list starlets, fashion industry insiders, and the sleekest street-style crew around. So, it comes as no surprise that the Anna Dello Russo for H&M launch party, held at the famed Paradis Latin nightclub, was jam-packed with stylish looks, courtesy of Karlie Kloss, Poppy Delevingne, and, of course, Anna Dello Russo. Add to the mix Dree Hemingway's insanely cool Balmain blazer and Olivia Palermo's signature polished style, and you've got quite a few outfit sightings (front row and otherwise) to catch up on. See all the Anna Dello Russo party moments, plus more, when you keep clicking.
We can't help but think Free People's October catalogue has serendipitously arrived just in time for Paris Fashion Week. And we say this because once you take a closer look at its très chic contents within, you'll understand. Inside awaits a perfectly unkempt Lou Doillon — shot by Garance Doré, no less — hanging in her Parisian neighborhood (Bastille, in case you were wondering), styled up in a mix of classic stripes, high-waisted denim, and boho knits. Then, with just a blank NYCstudio backdrop, photographer Chadwick Tyler snapped blonde beauty Dree Hemingway in the season's coolest hippie-chic wares, all of which we now want. So, why exactly is this the perfect kind of Fashion Week coincidence? We're pretty sure Lou and Dree embody everything we love about that French brand's effortlessly cool style, the kind of style we're excited to spot outside the shows. Luckily, Free People ship down under so you can scratch that shopping itch.
The Paris Fashion Week front-row lineup always promises a solid rotation of effortlessly chic French girls (who all just happen to be designer muses, too), A-list starlets, fashion industry insiders, and the sleekest street-style crew around. So, when it came to this morning's Balenciaga Spring 2013 show, we were more than just a little excited to see what Kristen Stewart — the face of the label's new fragrance Florabotanica — would be wearing for the occasion. The Breaking Dawn Part 2 actress did not disappoint in head-to-toe Balenciaga. Her pastel lemon-hued leather moto jacket offset a loose-fitted black tank, printed blank and white pants, and a pair of tougher buckled ankle boots. It embodied Kristen's devil-may-care styling appeal, but also took on a more polished approach to laid-back dressing — a perfect Parisian ensemble, no? Let us not forget the other stylish celebs to hit the front rows of Balmain, Carven, and Rochas. Salma Hayek, Dree Hemingway, Anna Dello Russo, and Carine Roitfeld were all in attendance, and outfitted in equally covet-worthy looks. See Kristen, plus more, when you keep clicking.