It was the age of lip gloss.
The finest celeb-studded parties from both coasts.
Fame-shaming the celebrities who pick up causes in our nation's capital.
At Phillip Lim, Billy Reid, Lela Rose, and Boy. by Band of Outsiders.
People were losing it like it was the height of The Hills.
"She would have these incredible, dramatic dresses with flowing volume."
In case you needed any further justification to buy things right now.
What is the dress code for 9 a.m. on a Monday, anyway?
It's an Us Weekly world at Fashion Week.
Plus, a 'Daily Mail' article investigates excessive lipstick application.
"Many women were wearing dresses that were, well, as plain and flat as the carpet beneath their feet."
The competition on the red carpet can be as interesting as the awards race itself.
Let us know who you think needs to have a serious talk with their stylist tomorrow.
Also, a new trend is sweeping through shoe boutiques in Paris, and marshmallows are good for hair.
The owner of L.A. boutique Intuition explains why they're so popular and why one pair comes with built-in knee pads.
Also, a new shaving salon opened in Nolita, we found one of the girliest hairbrushes ever made, and Marc Jacobs's Daisy perfume won another award.
Also, 'Purple' magazine is opening a New York office, Noelle Reno is leaving her label Degrees of Freedom, and Anna Wintour might have inspired a watch line.