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Red Carpet Trend Report: The Skirt That Never Goes Out of Style (and the Print That Just Doesn't Work Right Now)

Feb/07/2014 at 06:00 PM ET

Trend report: Pencil Skirts, Colorblocking Jason Merritt/Getty; Mike Coppola/WireImage; Anna

In our weekly roundup of the looks that are gaining fashion ground (and the ones losing their style street cred), we saw chic skirts, bold patterns and one print that seems to have missed its season.
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6 Looks We're Loving From New York Fashion Week

Sep/09/2013 at 02:00 PM ET

Karlie KlossJP Yim/WireImage

The two best things about Fashion Week are (in no particular order): the celeb-spotting and the hundreds upon hundreds of gorgeous designs that come down the runways. We’ve been doing plenty of the former (eeeh! This photo of the Jo Bros!) so let’s focus our attention on the catwalk.

Here are six dresses that caught our eye. (Caught our eye = ohmahgah ohmahgah OHMAHGAH want this so badly musthaveinclosetthissecond.) Check them out then let us know which is your favorite.

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VMA Star Style: All the Best Looks From Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus and More

Aug/25/2013 at 08:54 PM ET

Most people may watch the VMAs for the performances (you may have heard some rumors about ‘NSYNC) and craziest moments. Us? We watch for major red-carpet moments. We made predictions, but as years past have shown us, there’s really no way to predict what stars will be wearing. Check out our favorite stars’ style, below, and sound off in the comments about who you’re loving, who you’re loathing, and who is just leaving you scratching your head. Then be sure to click over to see all of our VMA coverage — the wildest moments, craziest quotes and much more — from start to finish here!
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Katy Perry 'Roars' Into the VMAs - and Has a Fierce Fashion Faceoff With Coco Rocha

Aug/25/2013 at 08:24 PM ET

Katy Perry animal print faceoffINF; Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Spotted: Katy Perry at the VMAs looking ready to roar in a high-necked animal-print dress dotted with sparkling golden dragonflies and butterlies along the bodice. And though they say a leopard can’t change its spots, it apparently can loan them to another celebrity: Model Coco Rocha already took this dress for a spin earlier this year, at the Met Gala in May.

RELATED PHOTOS: Even more amazing Fashion Faceoffs here!

Rocha paired the long version of the Emanuel Ungaro creation with bangs and booties for the punk-themed event. Perry opted for a shorter hemline (naturally) and gold-and-black sandals, but she added an even punkier accessory: a gold-and-crystal grill on her front teeth that spelled out the name of her new single, “Roar” (check out the pic below!).
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Coco Rocha Cuts Her Hair Into a Pixie!

Aug/13/2013 at 02:00 PM ET

Coco Rocha haircutCourtesy Coco Rocha

Hey, Beyoncé: It looks like you ignited #shorthairdontcare fever. Your first protégé: Coco Rocha!

The stunning supermodel lobbed off some serious inches from her signature chest-length tresses, transforming her mane into edgy, asymmetrical pixie. And she live-Tweeted the entire experience.

“Its happening! @JamesConran taking the first cut of my hair,” Rocha posted on her feed along with a snap of her husband taking scissors to her strands.

The rest of the chic chop is the handywork of L.A.-based hairstylist Anh Co Tran.

“Huge thanks to @AnhCotranHair for giving me the coolest hair cut of my life! #BabyTilda #shorthairdontcare,” she shared, referencing Tilda Swinton’s similar short hairstyle.

Before going under the scissors, The Face co-host did make sure to give Co Tran some guidelines.

RELATED: Do you have a short haircut? We want to see it!

“I still need to keep that versatility for my job. I want to be able to play with it and style it in different ways,” she told Allure, adding after the cut, “It’s exactly what I wanted, to a tee. I’m freaking out, but in a really, really good way!”

Tell us: What do you think of the Coco Cut? Do you like her long hair better?

–Brittany Talarico

Chic Clicks: Celeb Makeup Artist Pati Dubroff Shares Inside Tips; Plus, Heidi Klum's Project Runway Ad Gets Banned

Jul/10/2013 at 02:30 PM ET

–Makeup artist Pati Dubroff (who has worked with A-listers like Amanda Seyfried and Charlize Theron) wants to help you nail your next interview… in the beauty department. The cosmetician tells Sous Style’s Pippa Lord the best ways to apply makeup if you are interviewing for a job over Skype! [Skype]

–Catch a sneak peek at L’Wren Scott’s new collaboration with Banana Republic (warning: it’s bound to make you giddy about your winter work wardrobe) [FabSugar]

–L.A. has said “Auf Wiedersehn!” to Heidi Klum’s new Project Runway billboard, which features naked models groveling at the host’s feet. And oh yeah, she’s dressed like Marie Antoinette to boot [Too Fab]

–We’ve already gave you the lowdown on Kim Sears’s (a.k.a. Andy Murray’s boo) style. Now get the scoop on her amazing blowout [POPSUGAR Beauty]

–If you forget just how long Coco Rocha’s legs are, here’s a reminder. The supermodel is the “King Kong” of fashion in Longchamp’s new campaign [Huffington Post Style]

–In even more model news, Victoria’s Secret stunner Lily Aldridge is the new face of XOXO clothing. Watch the new video for her campaign after the click! [XOXO]

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Hats Off to Three Of Our Favorite Kentucky Derby Looks

May/04/2013 at 04:13 PM ET

Celebrity derby hatsSplash News Online; WireImage; AP

Are you a few mint juleps in already? Have you placed your Uggie-assisted bets?

Then you’re ready to check out three of our favorite looks from the Kentucky Derby weekend.

We’ve seen some fabulous hats in the past, but once again, the stars pulled out all the stops in terms of their fancy toppers.

PHOTOS: See more stunning star accessories here!
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