Refinery 29 made their list of 2010 trend predictions, along with who they think the “it girls” of 2010 will be. So long, Peaches Geldof?
Designer Tom Ford directed his first movie, A Single Man. The costumes look great, and it looks like there will be plenty of ’60s fashion to go around in the film. Check out the trailer here!
inStyle picked the 100 best dresses of the decade. Do you agree with their list?
Looking Forward To: Spring Fashion Trends is a great rundown of the looks we can expect to see this season, courtesy of WhoWhatWear. While some of these trends aren’t exactly new (um, pastels are ALWAYS in for spring), it’s still worth checking out for the fashion eye-candy.
Lindsey, one of our newest writers, is also an “unoffical intern” for one of our favorite models, Coco Rocha. So cool! She wanted to get the word out about Coco’s new Facebook Page. It really is her, and she really does write back! Also, you can follow Coco on Twitter as well.
Have you accumulated tons of free tee shirts at college that are WAY too big? Make them fit with this tutorial on how to resize a tee shirt. Genius!
Trang Huyen, winner of the America’s Most Stylish Blogger contest, has her own shop on bluefly.com! Check out her picks and get a dose of her classy yet cutting-edge style.
WhoWhatWear’s girl of the month, Amber Heard is gorgeous and has amazing style! Definitely inspiring.
It’s always fun guessing who will wear what during awards season, and if InStyle had their way, here’s who they would have rocking which gowns at the Golden Globes.
Check out this video on what the future of shopping could look like. Is that cool or what?
This video, portraying the evolution of a model from walking on the street to appearing on a billboard, including everything from makeup to Photoshop, shows how much actually goes into the “flawless” photos we see every day.
According to the UK’s Mail Online, fashion’s favorite hue (black, of course), may not actually be “universally flattering”. Not sure I agree, but here’s what they have to say:
Black has long been lauded for its ability to flatter women’s figures and suit every occasion. But the colour has a rather less flattering side-effect say the experts – it ages the face. Black clothing can highlight dark lines under the chin, shadows around the eyes and wrinkles on the face, colour consultants say. And it can even make those who wear it appear to have dark ‘spokes’, or fissures, in the iris. While black does give the appearance of a slimmer figure by making the shadows from less visible, wearing it next to the face brings out the worst, explained colourist Jules Standish.
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One very brave Elle editor decided to try on a bunch of different runway hairstyles. See her results here, along with tips on how to do them yourself!
Yay! 10 Alternatives to Slouchy Uggs. Damn right, there are warm AND cute options out there!
Fashionista went behind the scenes of Emma Watson’s S/S 2010 Burberry campaign shoot. How amazing is that purple trench?!
Glamour’s list of shoes for girls with big feet is great if you are a larger size and have trouble finding cute footwear!
Glamour magazine has tips on how to dress 10 lbs thinner. Just in case you’d rather shop than hit the gym to look like you’re in better shape for 2010.
Yikes! H&M “destroys” clothes it doesn’t sell! To be fair, H&M reps have commented that this isn’t standard practice at most of their stores and that they won’t do it anymore, but it’s still very sad that this was happening at all.