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This Week's Best Dressed Star: Taylor Swift -- But Not in the Dress You Expect!

Nov/30/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Trend report: sequins, sheer sleevesJohn Sciulli/Getty

Taylor Swift pretty much won the internet this past week. She sang backup for Bon Jovi. With Prince William. She wore an insanely gorgeous white Reem Acra gown that was most likely added to hundreds of wedding planning Pinterest boards. She showed up to the American Music Awards in a stunning gold mini … and went home with a handful of awards. And now, she’s earning the title of PEOPLE’s Most Loved Look of the Week.

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Style Rx: Miley Cyrus's Biggie-Tupac Mini is Good for #ThrowbackThursday and Little Else

Nov/10/2013 at 06:05 PM ET

Miley Cyrus MTV EMAs Europe Music AwardsVenturelli/WireImage

Who: Miley Cyrus

Where: At the MTV Europe Music Awards in Amsterdam

Diagnosis: Shortage of Throwback Thursday pic options. It appears that Miley has exhausted all possible #tbt pictures and is now forced to come up with fresh fodder for the popular Instagram hashtag by wearing old school photos (in this case, of rappers Biggie and Tupac) across her midsection and rear. (Her Lil Kim Halloween costume, also shown off on Insta, confirms our diagnosis.)

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Prognosis and recommended treatment: You might expect our suggested course of action to be to cover up — considering Miley’s mini reveals more skin than many bathing suits. But trying to get Miley to cover up is like trying to get Miley to keep her tongue in her mouth: a losing game.

Therefore, we recommend the following: Since she’s basically naked (and this dress is pretty much beyond repair — did you notice the lace-up front?), just add a wrecking ball or foam finger and call it a day.

If her goal, however, was not to get tongues wagging, bur rather to spread peace (see: “Please Stop Violence” emblazoned across the bottom of the dress), we’d recommend wearing the phrase on a slightly more modest look. You know, like a crop top, paired with leather leggings and platform loafers. Oh, and maybe not trying to disseminate a serious message so soon after Tweeting a “shower selfie.” Just a thought.

–Zoë Ruderman

So, what do you think of the singer’s go-Biggie/Tupac-or-go-home dress?

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Hair Change Alert! Lily Allen Goes Back To Black - and Gets a Bob!

Sep/25/2013 at 12:52 PM ET

Lily Allen Hair Change Courtesy Lily Allen; Inset: Getty

Bye, bye, brunette! Lily Allen has decided to ditch her auburn hair to return to the dark black color she sported back when she first rose to fame. “Back to black,” the star Tweeted along with a photo of herself in the process of having her highlighted locks brushed with dye — then shared a pic of the finished result shortly thereafter (see it after the jump!)
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Exclusive: See Inside Indie-Pop Duo Tegan and Sara's Closet!

Sep/16/2013 at 12:48 PM ET

Want to know how the famously edgy pair of Canadian singer-songwriter sisters Tegan and Sara get their look? Check out this exclusive behind-the-scenes video! Read More

Three Things to Know About the Man Behind Beyoncé's Super Bowl Look

Feb/04/2013 at 11:45 AM ET

Beyonce Super Bowl Halftime OutfitKevin Mazur/WireImage

After she sang the national anthem at a Super Bowl press conference on Thursday, Beyoncé asked, “Any questions?” Had the superstar asked the same thing after her incredible “not lip-synched” Super Bowl halftime performance Sunday night, we would have responded: “Just one: Who is responsible for that un-freaking-believable outfit?” The answer, it turns out, is not some household name couturier; it’s little-known designer Rubin Singer.

But we have a feeling Singer is about to become a household name thanks to the two looks he created for Beyoncé including a cropped moto jacket paired with a micro-mini wrap skirt made of nylon, metal, silk and plastic, which the star tore away mid-set to reveal a leather-and-lace bodysuit featuring python and iguana skin. (Oh yeah, and he also designed Michelle Williams’s killer getup and looks for the 120 backup dancers.)

Like most of the rest of the country, we can’t stop talking about what Singer created. So we did a little digging and uncovered three interesting tidbits about the designer. (Sorry, none of them are that he’s creating a diffusion line at Target … at least not yet!)

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Beyoncé's Super Bowl Style With Destiny's Child: Total Touchdown

Feb/03/2013 at 09:06 PM ET

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One thing was certain going into Super Bowl XLVII: Beyoncé was going to put on a killer halftime show, and she was going to look amazing doing it. And if she practiced until her feet bled, there was no sign of it as she danced in her towering heels.

To strut out onstage during ‘Crazy In Love,’ the star wore a belted “liquid nylon” mini with a matching moto jacket by Rubin Singer, but she quickly tore it away to reveal a leather bodysuit with a black lace skirt (also by the designer) worn over her signature fishnets. She completed the look with thigh-highs and sexy black booties.

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Kanye West Defends Fashion Cred on Twitter

Jan/05/2012 at 03:00 PM ET

Kanye West Twitter Rant
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After debuting his line to mixed reviews during Paris Fashion Week, Kanye West has stayed relatively mum on the topic of fashion — until now.

Following the creation of the possibly fake Twitter handle @dwbykanye, billed as the official page of his line and which has since been suspended, West took to his own verified account to “clarify a few things.”

“I really appreciate the fake DW twitter page but since it’s not official I can’t co sign any information on it,” he told fans Wednesday. The star then detailed his fashion résumé before announcing a new venture, DONDA, named after his late mother.

“DONDA will be comprised of over 22 divisions with a goal to make products and experiences that people want and can afford,” he explained of the enterprise, whose goal is to “pick up where Steve Jobs left off.”

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