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Chic Clicks: See a Sneak Peek of Rihanna's New River Island Collection; Plus, Hilary Duff Spends Mother's Day in a Bikini

May/13/2013 at 03:01 PM ET

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–“I needed to make clothes for fat days,” Rihanna proclaims in this behind-the-scenes video of her summer collection for River Island (out May 25) [YouTube]

–Hot mom Hilary Duff shows off her toned bod in an itty bitty bikini on vacation Cabo San Lucas Mexico [Daily Mail]

–Looks like stylish siblings Dakota and Elle Fanning will not be collaborating with Rodarte [Refinery 29]

–Terry Richardson’s tatted-up arms star in a new Valentino accessories campaign [WWD]

–This might be the best pet story we’ve ever heard. TV host Sandra Lee’s Met Gala gown had a fatal encounter with her bird [The New York Times]

–Celebrity-loved designer Peter Som’s collaboration with Anthropologie will make you want to host a garden party just so you can prance around in one of these dresses [Racked]

Go Inside the Star-Studded Theodora & Callum Party!

Mar/19/2013 at 11:00 AM ET

Hilary Duff, Emma RobertsStephanie Keenan (2)

Poolside cocktails, on-trend clothes and the chance to catch up with star friends — who wouldn’t want to attend that party? Apparently, half of Hollywood agrees with us, because A-list ladies like Kristen Bell, Christina Hendricks, Emma Roberts and Hilary Duff stopped by the Theodora & Callum and Coach cocktail party last week, held at a private Beverly Hills home.

A very pregnant Bell (not pictured) was among one of the first to arrive, looking adorable in jeans and a striped top, plus a huge smile as she chatted with other pregnant attendees. She rubbed her belly throughout the afternoon and took home a red Coach “Saffiano” tote.

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Hendricks (above, chatting with Roberts) opted for the black version of Bell’s Coach tote, and looked perfect for the spring weather in floral pants and a white Alice Temperley button down.

Paula Patton (laughing with Duff) arrived later in the evening and dished about her must-have accessory for spring. “With the weather always changing, a great scarf is my go-to item for spring,” she says. “Theodora & Callum make scarves with the best color and fabrics.”

Tell us: What’s your spring must-have?

–Jennifer Garcia

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Which Stylish Celebs Are Dropping by 'Project Runway'?

Sep/20/2012 at 03:00 PM ET

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Been missing out on the 10th season of Project Runway? Well it’s not too late to start watching, and here’s a secret: you’ll get a kick out of Thursday night’s episode — literally!

This week, the designers head to Radio City Music Hall to create a costume for the iconic Radio City Rockettes. To help judge the glitzy creations, the show calls on an actress who knows a thing or two about stage looks: Smash star Debra Messing.

Something else to look forward to? Heidi Klum doing her best Rockette impression.

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Get Graphic in Isabel Marant's Tribal Prints

Oct/14/2011 at 04:30 PM ET

Hilary Duff Pregnancy Style
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Celebs have always looked to French label Isabel Marant for a boho take on casual dressing — hits from the past include ankle wrap “Gava” pumps and go-with-everything suede booties — but this week, the stars can’t get enough of the brand’s tribal-print separates!

On Sunday, Cheryl Cole paired $425 printed corduroy “Silo” skinnies with a cropped boucle jacket for a stylish jaunt through LAX. The next day, mama-to-be Hilary Duff topped the brand’s $1,170 georgette dress with a sculpted blazer for a visit to Good Morning America. Later that same day, Nicole Richie sported a pair of $660 “Renell” jeans with gladiator booties and all-black basics while out in L.A.

We’re thinking about adding some tribal prints to our wardrobe, but are a little sticker shy. Tell us: What do you think of stars’ new Marant tribal trend?

Justine Harman

WEIGH IN ON MORE FASHION FADS IN: ‘WOULD YOU WEAR THESE TRENDS?’

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Stars Go Mad for Banana Republic's Sleek 'Mad Men' Collection

Sep/23/2011 at 11:30 AM ET

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Mad Men may not be on the air at the moment, but that sexy ’60s style lives on thanks to Banana Republic’s new line of clothes, inspired by the Joan Harrises and Peggy Olsons of the past.

And while we’ve found ourselves going “mad” for the line, it appears Hollywood has, too! Gwen Stefani stepped out earlier this month in the black lace top ($45), which 90210 star Jessica Stroup dressed up for an event over the summer. Giuliana Rancic wore the same blouse in gold for a taping of E! News, too.

Emmy Rossum took her love of lace up a notch, sporting the black knit grace lace dress ($150) on a movie set in Los Angeles. Jaime King rocked the look, too, wearing it in white to a party at Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont.

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Hilary Duff and Padma Lakshmi Make a 'Move for Change'

Aug/10/2011 at 09:30 AM ET

Hilary Duff for Danskin Courtesy Danskin

Work it, ladies! Hilary Duff and Top Chef‘s Padma Lakshmi are breaking a sweat with Jenny McCarthy and Christie Brinkley in Danskin’s new “Move for Change” campaign, which debuts in magazines this fall.

Sporting looks from Danskin’s activewear line, each woman is photographed doing her daily fitness routine: Duff hits the trails; Lakshmi throws punches in the ring; McCarthy practices yoga; and Brinkley dances on stage in Chicago. The hope is that the campaign will show women everywhere that they can easily be fit and fabulous and follow a healthy lifestyle.

“The Danskin campaign is women of all ages — 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s — what they like to do to stay in shape and how they keep fit in mind, body and soul,” Duff said in a statement. And according to Lakshmi, the gear itself is timeless, too. “Danskin is a great brand that we’ve all grown up with,” she added.

To promote its healthy (and helpful) message, Danskin is donating money to each star’s favorite cause, too, including Duff’s Blessings in a Backpack, Lakshmi’s Endometriosis Foundation of America, McCarthy’s Generation Rescue and Brinkley’s Ellen P. Hermanson Foundation.

For more from the campaign, visit DanskinMove.com.

–Kate Hogan

Padma Lakshmi for Danskin
Courtesy Danskin

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Hilary Duff Cites Reason for Constant Hair Changes: Boredom!

Apr/15/2011 at 05:30 PM ET

Hilary Duff explains her constant hair changesDaniel Boczarski/WireImage; Andrew Evans/PR Photos

When it comes to her hair, Hilary Duff has been experimenting with the color wheel lately. But the newlywed star — who recently went back to blonde after going brunette (and cutting bangs) — has an explanation for all of the quick changes: boredom. “I was like ‘I’m bored and I like wanted to dye my hair really really blonde,’ and then I got scared — and then it turned out really blonde,” she told PEOPLE at the The Beauty Detox Solution book launch party in West Hollywood on Wednesday. “I haven’t been this blonde and my sister’s like calling me Lizzie [McGuire] which is so funny,” she says, referring to her star-making role on the Disney Channel. “I’m like, ‘No please don’t call me that!’ [But] it might just be that I feel like I’m really blonde because I haven’t been in so long.” While experimenting with her color recently, Duff just couldn’t get it exactly like she wanted it. “I was at the salon two days a week for the past two weeks and it was driving me crazy. But you know when you’re just not happy? You’re like, ‘I need this tweaked and fixed,’ and so it was just me being mental,” she admits. But no matter how “mental” she becomes about her hair color, Duff says hubby Mike Comrie loves her regardless. “He loves me blonde,” she says, “but when we met I had brown hair so I think he loves me anyway.” Lucky gal! Tell us: What do you think of Duff’s ever-changing hair?Kim Peiffer, with reporting by Abby Stern

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