Leave it to these style stars to rock eye-catching looks that pay no mind to ever-dropping temperatures.

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1. Pretty in pink, Emma Roberts took her front-row seat at the first ever Valentino haute couture show in New York City. The actress channeled the 60s in a long-sleeved Valentino number, complete with a floral collar and a Twiggy-inspired hairdo.

2. Naomie Harris showcased one of our favorite Spring 2015 trends, turning up to the photocall for the latest James Bond film, Spectre, in a striped Altuzarra dress.

3. Sienna Miller stepped out to promote American Sniper in a Miu Miu look that teamed a cherry-red crop top with a high-waisted pencil skirt and a blush topper – the perfect mix of sophisticated and sweet.

By Nicole Andrew, Fashion Editor

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December 12, 2014

You may recognize Léa Seydoux as a frequent star in Prada’s campaigns. And with rumors circling that she signed on as the next Bond girl, expect to see a lot more from this French actress.

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Image via fashion.telegraph.co.uk

This coveted role wouldn’t be Léa’s first experience in film. The 29-year-old has starred in Blue Is the Warmest ColorPrada’s Resort 2012 campaign, the Prada Candy fragrance campaign, and Miu Miu’s Resort 2015 campaign. As for her frequent collaborator, designer Miuccia Prada? She, too, has experience working in the film industry, having crafted costumes for Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby.

The 24th Bond movie won’t begin production for another six weeks, but Léa will undergo costume tests in the meantime. Since she’s rarely seen wearing labels other than Prada or Miu Miu, my fingers are crossed that her wardrobe is designed by Miuccia herself.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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October 14, 2014

Black and navy. Red and green. Historically, we’ve been told to avoid mixing certain hues when planning an outfit – but the Fall 2014 runways have been boldly defying traditional matching rules. Not only is experimenting with color encouraged, but labels like Miu Miu and Prada have proved that unusual combinations help simple wardrobe basics pop. Let’s take a look at two of the season’s liveliest palettes.

Fall Color Combos

Red, pink, and blue coexisted in a sporty Miu Miu look. Borrow these energetic shades with a cobalt Bottega Veneta clutch, a red Salvatore Ferragamo mini shoulder bag, and pink suede Miu Miu loafers.

At Prada, a fuzzy scarlet and mustard coat contrasted in both color and texture against a purple satin dress. Put together a yellow FENDI baguette, a purple patent Salvatore Ferragamo belt, and lipstick red Miu Miu pumps for an equally vibrant tapestry of hues.

Shop these rich hues in our Ciao, Italy: Luxe Style by FENDI & More Boutique, which opens Saturday, September 20, at 11AM ET.

By Susie Kostaras, Associate Content Editor

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September 20, 2014

 

Plunging necklines, sweet pastels, and matching sets (denim-on-denim included). Each trend can be daunting, especially the Canadian Tuxedo, but these celebs pulled them off with ease.

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1. Kate Hudson in Fausto Puglisi on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

2. Taylor Swift in an alice + olivia coordinating skirt and top set in New York City.

3. Miranda Kerr in a 7 For All Mankind shirt and top and Miu Miu leopard mules.

By Nicole Andrew, Fashion Editor

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July 25, 2014

We’ll admit it: we weeped a bit when we couldn’t make it to see these runway shows abroad. But, hey, that’s what live-streaming is for, right?

1. Glittery booties and mini dresses, oh my! Saint Laurent took mod to a whole new (and glitzy) level.

2. Sure, we spotted a few animal prints, but bold, solid hues stole the Gucci show.

3. If Red Riding Hood was into designer labels, she would own this entire Dolce & Gabbana collection. (And we’d be raiding her closet.)

4. What happens when you mix metallics, pastels, and seventies sportswear? Miu Miu F/W 14.

5. We’re pretty sure Emilio Pucci just single-handedly made printed fur a thing. And we’re ever so grateful.

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March 11, 2014

Let’s get some shoes. (Remember that viral video? Never gets old.)

1. Christian Louboutins make us see red. Red soles, that is.

2. Sparkles. Bows. Chunky heels. Bring on the Miu Mius.

3. You can always count on Charlotte Olympia designs to look like they came straight out of a fairy tale.

4. Carrie Bradshaw’s favorite shoes? Manolo Blahniks.

5. What would we do without (Jimmy) Choo

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January 7, 2014