Courtesy of Opening Ceremony. Who else?
Consider this your crib sheet.
Posing for pictures! Being fabulous!
Plus Jil Sander's last Uniqlo collection.
Warm-looking sweaters, cool shoes, and a shirt printed with someone's dinner table.
It's another one of those things where you're forced to "like" something on Facebook before you can see the preview.
Also, Jane Lynch and her wife were shot for this month's 'Vogue.'
The fashion press is now eager to label outgoing designer Antonio Marras as a possible successor to John Galliano.
Even if you don't go scuba diving next winter, you can still dress like it.
Also, Lauren Conrad is now contributing to 'Forbes.'
Oh boy, MORE resort clothes!
Also, more details on Diane Von Furstenberg's line for the Gap.
"I wanted you to come in and be transported back to the way you felt when you were a teenager."
This week's Tastemaker loves her new fox-print dress from Opening Ceremony, and thinks fashion could really use "some good glam."
Plus, Oleg Cassini and Ralph Rucci will be added to the Fashion Walk of Fame this summer.
The Scandinavian designer launches his first U.S. flagship in Soho on Friday.
What else does anyone really need?
Also, Havaiana is now making closed-toe shoes, and Carmen Dell’Orifice has an editorial in Italian 'Vanity Fair.'
The editor-in-chief of Refinery 29 dishes about her favorite vintage stores, magazines, and wear-anywhere basics.
Plus Nina Garcia, Tracy Feith, Anna Sui, and Aziz Ansari.