Katy Perry’s Super Bowl halftime show is a big deal on its own. But it gets even better: the singer just confirmed her designer BFF Jeremy Scott is creating her costumes. (Yes, multiple looks.)

Even though the performance is just over 12 minutes long, Katy revealed to E! Online that she’ll change outfits at least once. “On my real tour, the Prismatic World Tour, I have nine, ten different costumes. So I would feel very bored if I didn’t change my look at least once on the show,” she said.

And who better to dress her than Jeremy? Katy has been a front-row fixture at his runway shows, rocked his looks onstage, and even wore a Jeremy Scott for adidas tracksuit in the Pepsi Super Bowl teaser commercial. Needless to say, she’s a fan.

Whether she’s killing it in a glitter getup or Jeremy’s latest Barbie-inspired look, one thing’s for certain: I’ll be glued to the TV screen for every glorious minute.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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January 15, 2015

Prince William, Princess Kate, and Prince Harry have finally joined the (Twitter) party. The trio’s handle, @KensingtonRoyal, has accumulated tens of thousands of followers in just one day of existence. And as if that weren’t enough? The family shocked the world again, signing up for Instagram.

What do the nobles plan to share? Their collective bio reads: “Updates, pictures, and videos from Kensington Palace about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, and their Royal Foundation.”

Of course, we’re hoping there’s a #selfie up someone’s sleeve.

By Kim Watson, Staff Writer

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January 15, 2015

Fashion tends to favor youth, but we’ve seen a growing movement to embrace our matriarchs. Joni Mitchell recently modeled for Saint Laurent. Joan Didion is the newest face of CÉLINE. And the latest label to give ageism the cold shoulder? Alexis Bittar.

Iris & Tavi Alexis Bittar Campaign

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January 14, 2015

In December, news broke that Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini would part ways with the Italian fashion house after more than a decade working for the label. Her departure was planned for February – but as of this week, Frida’s tenure has come to an abrupt close.

The timing is less than ideal, with a menswear show scheduled for January 19 and Fall 2015 collections debuting this February in Milan. The brand’s design teams will handle the nuts and bolts of producing both runway events since Frida’s replacement has yet to be chosen.

Who will take over at the luxury leader? Sure, the rumor mill has suggested big-ticket names like Riccardo Tisci and Joseph Altuzarra, but we’ll have to sit tight a bit longer to find out.

By Susie Kostaras, Associate Content Editor

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January 14, 2015

Despite the title of her bestselling book #GIRLBOSS, Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso has stepped down as CEO of the company after eight years at the helm. But don’t worry, she’s not going anywhere.

Sophia Amoruso Steps Down

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January 13, 2015

The Cut, New York Magazine’s style-focused website, has a new recruit: former New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn. She will cover spring/summer and fall/winter collections in New York and Paris, but the site hopes she’ll eventually contribute more than reviews (op-eds or video pieces, perhaps?). Cathy told WWD, “It’s a new platform for me, a nice change, and I look forward to writing about the shows.”

So prep yourself for the return of that witty commentary and nonconformist perspective. I personally can’t wait, @CathyHorynNY.

By Emily Ketterer, Staff Writer

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January 13, 2015

It’s officially that time of year again: awards season. And the red carpet at last night’s Golden Globes ceremony didn’t disappoint.

With small-screen actors and major movie stars mingling together – Jennifer Aniston, Amy Adams, and Kerry Washington among them – the big fashion trends were asymmetrical tops, sheer paneling, and sequins. But it was the celebrites who went outside the box and opted for something completely unexpected that caught my attention most. Here are five contenders for the night’s Best Dressed title.

Golden Globes Naomi Watts

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January 12, 2015

For dried-out eyeliner: Felt- and brush-tipped liquid liners can dry out quickly, but you can keep the ink flowing with a few easy tricks. Make sure to give a good shake before use, and always store tip-down at room temperature.

For chapped hands: One of the biggest polar vortex pitfalls? Cracked knuckles and peeling cuticles. A balm is the best remedy, so carry one in your bag and apply often. To avoid getting grease marks on your to-do list or clothing, spot treat only the problematic areas.

For your under-eye: You know it well – the dreaded early-afternoon concealer crease. To prevent it, tap face oil along your under-eye before patting on concealer. If you notice any crevices later in the day, reapply one drop of oil rather than more makeup.

By Susie Kostaras, Associate Content Editor

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January 12, 2015

While you can never go wrong with an LBD, there’s something to be said for an outfit that packs a punch of personality. This week, three stars delighted us in looks that demand a double take.

This Week's Best Dressed

1. Reese Witherspoon channeled Hollywood’s early screen sirens in a pearl-embellished Michael Kors dress at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala.

2. Always one to try inventive pairings, Olivia Palermo braved the cold in Gstaad, Switzerland with lime Tecnica Moon Boots and a colorblocked fur coat.

3. Julianne Moore stepped out of her typically neutral ensembles and into a cherry-red architectural Delpozo frock – a hue that complements her fiery locks.

By Nicole Andrew, Fashion Editor

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January 9, 2015

Kate and William’s impeccably put-together outfits. Little George’s beyond-adorable fashion choices. How could we be anything but obsessed? In honor of this soon-to-grow royal family, we’ve recreated each regal look with just one item.

Get the Royal Family's Style

For Prince William’s Look
You’ll rarely see Wills without a perfectly pressed button-front shirt. To dress one down, roll the sleeves up past your forearms and pair it with chinos or jeans. For a more formal look, opt for a navy suit-and-tie combo.

For Kate Middleton’s Look
The Duchess is known for her polished and practical fashion sense. And the one staple that ties it all together? Nude patent pumps. Grab a pair that complements your skin tone, then wear them with everything from dresses to jeans.

For Prince George’s Look
Although everything he wears is automatically aww-worthy, shortalls are Kate’s go-to for this little prince. Reach for a classic pinstriped or navy pair, then let those pinchable cheeks do the rest.

Now call the photographer. These outfits are royal-portrait material. Our Make It Your Own: The Duchess’ Style, Leading Man: Get Prince William’s Regal Look, and Royally Cute Style: Get Prince George’s Look Boutiques opened Friday, January 9, at 11AM ET.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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January 9, 2015