Boots up to there are the shoe to wear.
The eighties revival isn't complete without these shiny, sparkly minidresses.
Gucci wants all of the potentially infringing Guess? products destroyed.
Also, the number of hair transplants for women rose 21 percent from 2000 to 2008.
See what Anna Wintour, Charlize Theron, Lily Cole, and more wore to the year's most fabulous wedding. Also, check out Salma's dress!
Also, specialty boutiques are closing in L.A., and Rachel Bilson has a column in 'In Style.'
She might be the label's fall face. But we can confirm that Jacquetta Wheeler landed the Gucci campaign.
One farm hasn't sold a single skin in a year.
Burberry, Roberto Cavalli, and Versace are among the labels scaling back.
That means no Dior show. Damn you, economy!
Also, is a baby feud brewing between Gisele and the mother of her husband's kid?
And for that we are grateful.
Thigh-high boots emerged as the hot shoe for fall, landing so far up the leg they doubled as leg warmers.
Milan's runways were dominated by established models, leaving the newcomers to scramble for spots.
Designers breathed new life into bags, gloves morphed into statement pieces, and jewelry was meant to be seen.
After New York's plethora of black boots, we were excited to see some more variety marching down the Italian runways in Milan.
This season, designers sent out messy furs, oodles of lamb, and shearling in droves. PETA, we suggest you avert your eyes.
Also, Freida Pinto might be the next spokesperson for Estée Lauder.
Also, PPR's sales are up.