An Eye for Fashion: DVF Designs Google Glass

Let’s be honest. Aesthetically, the original Google Glass was about as appealing as $2 drugstore frames. So, basically, not the type of eyewear I’d be willing to drop $1,500 on. But when I saw Diane von Furstenberg’s take on the techy specs, well, my opinion did a complete one-eighty.

DVF Designs for Google Glass

Image via elle.com

The 68-year-old designer isn’t a newcomer to Google Glass. In fact, she was the first to feature it on a catwalk during her Spring 2013 show. And now that she’s giving it her own stylish twist, it’s actually something I could see myself wearing. The polarized shades and thick-framed lenses are reminiscent of DVF’s iconic wrap dress – functional with a dash of sexy.

Intrigued? The full DVF | Made for Glass collection launches June 23. (And I’ll be first in line.)

Read more about Diane von Furstenberg’s Google Glass designs at elle.com.

By Emily Ketterer, Staff Writer

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June 5, 2014

Most Coveted: A Peek at This Week’s Boutiques

By Nicole Andrew, Rue La La Fashion Editor

 
If you’re anything like me, your summer agenda is filling up fast with parties and events. This week, my picks have all your sunny celebrations in mind. It’s time to start planning. Now.

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  1. Whitney Stern Diamond & Gemstone Ring. A stunning cocktail ring is always a great conversation starter.
  2. LANVIN Coffee-Table Book. A great gift for any fashion lover on your list (including yourself).
  3. Proenza Schouler PS1 Large Zip Wallet. The little sister to the “anti–It bag” will double as an oh-so-chic clutch.
  4. Valentino Rockstud Leather Slingback. These edgy pumps have become a classic – just choose a color and buy them already.
  5. Tahari ASL Floral Print Dress. Sweet and refined, this will be your go-to number for summer weddings and showers.

 
Check out these picks and more on Rue La La this week.

By Nicole Andrew, Fashion Editor

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June 2, 2014

The Best-Dressed List: Top Looks from May 25 to 31

Each Week, Our Fashion Editor Decides Who Deserves Top Honors

 
Tired of the monochromatic look? Neither are we. But if you’re looking for a fresh take on the trend, turn to these three celebs. (Who knew zebra stripes could look so chic?)

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  1. Chloë Grace Moretz in Chanel at the Cannes Film Festival.
  2. Camilla Belle in Gucci at a dinner to honor Gucci’s Creative Director Frida Giannini.
  3. Heidi Klum in Jenni Kayne at a Hamptons Magazine celebration.

 

By Nicole Andrew, Fashion Editor

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May 30, 2014

The Best-Dressed List: Cannes Edition

Each Week, Our Fashion Editor Decides Who Deserves Top Honors

 
From glittering gowns to dazzling jewels, A-list celebs are redefining glamour at the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival – and we’re rounding up the best looks to date. Blake Lively set the bar high on Day 1 with a Bordeaux Gucci Première stunner, and it’s only up from there.

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May 23, 2014

Style to Live By: A Look Back at Jackie O’s Wardrobe

Yesterday marked 20 years since the passing of style icon Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Which means we’ve celebrated her fashion legacy for over two decades. But how does one dress in Jackie O’s likeness? Well, according to ELLE, it’s not all about going the conservative route. In fact, it even involves a little risk.

Jackie O's Style Legacy

Image via elle.com

From baring hints of skin to sporting curve-hugging silhouettes (often with graphic prints), Jackie O was no stranger to bold dressing – she just always did it tastefully.  Don’t believe me? Head over to elle.com to see a slideshow of her more experimental wardrobe choices (and for plenty of outfit inspiration).

By Jillian Hudon, Staff Writer

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May 20, 2014

Most Coveted: A Peek at This Week’s Boutiques

By Nicole Andrew, Rue La La Fashion Editor

 
What’s black, white, and gold all over? This week, my picks are all about the metallic touches that can take this season’s must-have monochromatic outfits to the next level.

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  1. House of Harlow 1960 Pyramid Necklace. Adding a hint of edge to your look has never been so easy.
  2. JOIE Smoking Slipper. Give your simple outfit a touch of glam with these gold smoking slippers.
  3. Elizabeth and James Rhea Shift Dress. The perfect little white dress, found.
  4. IPPOLITA 18k Gold Bangle. This caged bangle is sure to be the new favorite in your stack.
  5. Louis Vuitton Vintage Bucket Bag. Tackle spring’s hottest handbag trend with this number.

 

Check out these picks and more on Rue La La this week.

By Nicole Andrew, Fashion Editor

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May 19, 2014

The Best-Dressed List: Top Looks from May 11 to 17

Each week, our fashion editor decides who deserves top honors

 
With no shortage of formal affairs this week, celebs had every excuse to dress to the nines. From walking the red carpet at Cannes to a charity fete with the Duke of Cambridge, I’m drawing inspiration from the stars below for my next gala (though I may not be rubbing shoulders with royalty anytime soon).

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  1. Cate Blanchett in Ralph Lauren at the Royal Marsden charity dinner, held at Windsor Castle.
  2. Blake Lively in Gucci Première attending the Grace of Monaco premiere and opening ceremony at the Cannes Film Festival.
  3. Lily James in Ralph Lauren Collection, also at the Royal Marsden charity dinner.

 

By Nicole Andrew, Fashion Editor

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May 16, 2014

Ode to Marilyn: Carine Roitfeld Honors Monroe in amfAR Fashion Show

From Andy Warhol’s famous “Marilyn Diptych” to Elton John’s ballad and Seward Johnson’s larger-than-life sculpture, Marilyn Monroe has continued to inspire pop culture even decades after her 1962 death. And news today that Carine Roitfeld will base her third amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Cannes runway show on the iconic starlet’s style is affirmation that not even fashion’s uber-elite are immune to its allure.

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In case your invitation hasn’t arrived yet, the amfAR benefit, considered by many to be the social highlight of the annual Cannes Film Festival, will take place on May 22. This year’s gala will include a fashion show featuring red gowns (the color is symbolic of love and the fight against AIDS) designed by some of the biggest names in the industry. Legendary French fashion editor Roitfeld, who is overseeing the runway show for the third time, has decided to dedicate the show to Monroe, who, she told WWD, “searched for love all her life.” Roitfeld speculated that Monroe would have been a big supporter of the foundation. We agree that this is one event with which she would have been proud to share the spotlight.

Read more about the show on WWD.

By Lindsay Lambert, Editor

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May 14, 2014

Office Dress Code: What to Wear to (Your) Work

Work wear means something different to everyone. But whether your office is conservative, creative, or somewhere in the middle, adding a hint of your own personal style is key. Here, we break down the 9-to-5 uniform by career type, so no matter where you put your 40 hours in, impressing the boss is pretty much guaranteed.

Office Dress Code Tips

The Creative
Your office is a playground for self-expression. When it comes to your 9-to-5 attire, think outside the cube with flowy silhouettes and bold colors.

The Corporate Professional
Looking polished is part of your job. Opt for a monochromatic dress and stash bold heels under your desk for post-presentation drinks.

The Entrepreneur
Your office is everywhere. Meaning, you need an outfit that can multitask. Look to a simple top and slouchy trousers to get the job done.

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By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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May 14, 2014

All in the Family: Ferragamo’s Latest Campaign Stars A-List Offspring

Salvatore Ferragamo’s latest campaign? It’s all about the Fiamma, a handbag named after the designer’s late daughter. The short film and interview series highlight the February release of the carryall with VIP names like Poitier, Ruspoli, and Hemingway. To say this ensemble of Hollywood, art-world, and actual royalty is inspiring is a total understatement.

Salvatore Ferragamo Fiamma handbag campaign

 Image via ELLE

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May 9, 2014