Experts at morphing into character, these actresses have mastered the art of adaptation – a talent that also extends to their wardrobes. Whether sinful or sweet, these celebs are perfectly outfitted for their off-the-set appearances.

Best Dressed List

  1. Jamie Chung looked carefree in a Rebecca Minkoff crop top and wide-leg pants at the Marc Jacobs Dream Cloud Fragrance pop-up lounge.
  2. Jaime King channeled her femme fatale character in Versace at the Sin City: A Dame to Kill For premiere.
  3. Chloë Grace Moretz was fresh and ready for the day in a pleated Proenza Schouler skirt at Good Morning America.

 

By Nicole Andrew, Fashion Editor

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August 22, 2014

We appreciate a good eye shadow and love a designer accessory (who doesn’t?), so it should come as no surprise that we’re huge fans of designer beauty collaborations. Check out a few of our favorites for this spring below.

Designer Beauty Collaborations for Spring

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April 9, 2014

We’re still coming down from our New York Fashion Week high. Can you blame us? It was a color-story dream.

1. From lipstick to handbags, Rebecca Minkoff’s collection was all about the oxblood accents.

2. MILLY has officially assured us that black-on-black (on black) is way more chic than morbid.

3. Pink came alive in every shade on the Monique Lhuillier runway.

4. Often-underappreciated navy made a major comeback in SUNO’s collection.

5. Carolina Herrera covered her catwalk in blood orange.

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February 18, 2014

Did you have any idea it was possible to get fined for having a messy workplace? Me, neither. At least not until today, when I found out the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) slapped Rebecca Minkoff with a whopping $77,000 fine for just such an offense. OSHA told New York Magazine: The Cut that Minkoff’s space was “overcrowded and congested with boxes, rolling racks, workstations, chairs, equipment, storage and other materials.” OSHA apparently acted after receiving complaints from (former?) employees.

To me, Minkoff’s space sounds like it could belong to any fashion company. Good thing OSHA has never been invited to a Rue La La Employee Sample Sale

By Chrissy Makkas, Staff Writer

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October 29, 2013

New York Fashion Week has seen its fair share of new fashion trends, and right along with them are the fresh beauty looks. So what can we expect to stock our makeup bags with this fall? Between the barely-there makeup at BCBGMAXAZRIA; blue and purple eyeshadow at Jason Wu; nude manicures at La Perla and DANNIJO; and graphic nail art at Rebecca MinkoffNicholas K, and Degen (just to name a few) – it’s safe to say that bold and understated will live together in harmony.

And the hair? Put those curling irons away, because straight blunt cuts and messy, undone styles – from the grunge look at BCBGMAXAZRIA to roughed up ponytails at Richard Chai and Tadashi Shoji – are back.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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February 11, 2013

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So it’s time for the second half of my Resort roundup, focusing on the shows – and showroom appointments — that took place in the later half of June.

Chris Benz presented a colorful Bermuda-inspired collection, full of the whimsical prints and piled-on textures that have become his signature. Multi-hued dresses were nipped at the waist or hung loose from the shoulders, bold patterned maillots had sheer matching cover-ups, and quirky short-sleeved sweaters were designed to ward off the chill during midwinter Caribbean getaways. All were worn with Alejandro Ingelmo platforms or metallic sneakers and Patricia Underwood wide-brimmed hats.

Things were short and sweet over at Erin Fetherston. The designer offered a range of separates (trousers, coats, skirt suits, even knits) in the first Resort collection for her lower-priced line, Erin, but dresses were the star of the show. The newly-cropped designer walked editors through the collection personally while two models showed off her latest looks, which are meant to take you from New Year’s Eve to mid-winter vacation and right on into spring (think: one-shoulder, zebra-striped dresses, elaborately pleated strapless frocks, and enough LBDs to make modern-day Holly Golightlys swoon with delight).
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July 6, 2011