Eva Mendes

Eva Mendes's New York & Company Commercial Is Here to Give You Major Spring Dress Cravings

Mar/17/2015 at 05:07 PM ET

Eva Mendes‘s fashion sense is extra-elevated (remember when you immediately tried to pull off stripes on stripes when you saw them on her?) — and she’s incorporating that vibe into her new collection for her eponymous line with New York & Company. She shared a peek at her upcoming TV spot with us, below.

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 18: Eva Mendes seen filmiCharles Bladen/GC Images

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Eva Mendes: Jeans Are My Worst Nightmare

Apr/01/2014 at 05:01 PM ET

Eva Mendes Flare Magazine PhotosCourtesy FLARE

You know all those people out there (and by people we mean celebrities) who claim to feel most “themselves” in jeans and a tee? Eva Mendes is not one of those stars. In fact, she tries to avoid denim whenever possible.

“I’m always in dresses, in skirts — I think they’re so easy,” the actress says in the May issue of FLARE magazine. “People are always saying, ‘I love jeans, they’re so casual and easy,’ but I think jeans aren’t easy. They’re my worst nightmare.” Read More

Eva Mendes: I Designed My Prom Dress to Be a 'Cooler' Version of Julia Roberts's Pretty Woman Gown

Mar/19/2014 at 01:11 PM ET

Eva Mendes NY & CoAngela Weiss/Getty

Eva Mendes has only been designing her collection for New York & Company for a few seasons now, but her design experience goes way back: She created her own prom gown. But unlike many girls who went to prom in the ’90s, she has no regrets about the dress — thanks to a little inspiration from Julia Roberts.

“It actually wasn’t that bad! Considering it was early ’90s and I styled it after the red dress that [Roberts] wears in Pretty Woman,” she tells PEOPLE at an L.A. event for her latest New York & Company collection. “I saw it when I was in ninth grade, and I held on to the image of her in that red dress … in the four years I didn’t deviate from my love of that dress. I just made a short — and what I thought was a cooler — version of that. Looking back, I could have done a lot worse!” (See the photo, below!)

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She may not be wearing rom-com-inspired ballgowns anymore, but her style is still super-girlie. “I’m definitely not a ‘jeans’ girl. I’m a dress and skirt girl, and I think that I gravitate towards things that are very feminine,” she says. “I think the way the ladies in the ’50s and ’60s did it, they knew what they were doing back then.”
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Red Carpet Trend Report: The Scoop on Snakeskin, Collared Dresses and the Need for a Fresh New Neckline

Feb/28/2014 at 08:00 PM ET

Trend report: snakeskin, collared dressesAngela Weiss/Getty (2); Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic

In our weekly roundup of the looks that are gaining fashion ground (and the ones losing their style street cred), we saw serpentine style, crisp collars and a neckline that’s just not picking up steam.
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What to Wear This Weekend, From Date Night to Brunch

Oct/25/2013 at 10:30 AM ET

This week’s “What to Wear” is all about casual comfort that highlights your best assets and looks like you spent lots of time on your outfit. Only you have to know the truth!
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From Date Night to Brunch, Exactly What to Wear This Weekend

Sep/27/2013 at 03:20 PM ET

Don’t spend one more second in front of your closet than you have to this weekend. Instead, let us do the heavy lifting to ensure you send September out in style. And since in many climates, our opportunities for bare-legged weekends are rapidly coming to a close, we picked three looks that let you take full advantage of this ephemeral moment in time.
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Eva Mendes Dishes On Her New York & Company Line (It's Out Today!)

Sep/19/2013 at 10:00 AM ET

Courtesy New York & Company; Inset: WireImage

As an actress, Eva Mendes knows pressure. But she’s never felt it quite like she has in her latest venture: Designing a line of clothing for New York & Company, which hits stores today.

“The challenging part of this process was knowing that I had women, especially my sisters, counting on me to make them look good,” Mendes tells the Huffington Post. “I take this very seriously … I can’t wait to get feedback from women about what works for them and what doesn’t. I hope I don’t disappoint them!”

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