Other than the basics — white, gray, navy, black — there's only one color that Meghan Markle has worn since emerging on the scene in November.
Melania Trump made a sparkly entrance to a state dinner in South Korea wearing a black and blue sheer sequined gown by J. Mendel.
Melania Trump changed into Timberland boots before landing in Puerto Rico, a move perceived by some on social media as contrived.
Melania Trump wore a Calvin Klein power suit while accompanying the president to the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City.
Melania Trump’s casual shirt was a 360-degree departure from how she began the weekend, wearing an $1,880 green Missoni midi-dress and Manolo Blahnik orange snakeskin stilettos.
A popular blog devoted to political style news has suddenly, inexplicably vanished, leaving fans confused and hungry for fashion updates from the White House.
Melania Trump got festive on Tuesday for her family’s Fourth of July celebration at the White House, where she wore an Esteban Cortázar blue and white dress paired with red-bottom heels. The patriotic look, which featured white Christian Louboutins, gained attention as FLOTUS was pictured going to watch fireworks in Washington, D.C. But as of Wednesday morning, Melania was seen jetting off to Germany and Poland with her husband Donald Trump — in style once again.
In the latest edition of crazy expensive things that Melania Trump is wearing, the first lady moved into the White House on Sunday in one of her most enviable looks yet. Outfitted in a Dolce & Gabbana white shell top, Bally brown culottes, and Manolo Blahnik heels, she made her way into her new D.C. home with her parents, her husband President Donald Trump, and their son Barron by her side.
Instagram star Kate Upton was spotted talking her pooch Harley for a walk yesterday and was dressed as you might expect for a casual house chore. Upton is otherwise unremarkably dressed, sporting a plain white tee and some gray sweatpants. Harley and Upton are constant companions with the dog even having a GPS tracker so she can keep tabs on him.
The boots, the mirror, the ultra chic bedroom — we don’t what to look at first in Kendall Jenner’s latest Instagram pic.
Shoes are vital part of dressing up, but not everyone has the same taste (obviously). While one might lean toward more minimal looks, someone else might opt for a more laid-back, bohemian look. It’s all good! Fashion is all about personal preference and there is no wrong look or style as there is something for everyone.
Some people say there’s nothing new in fashion. We say these people are total bummers not looking closely enough. For example, during fashion month we’ve noticed fashion girls and celebs alike experimenting with color-mixing in a way that feels totally fresh. It used to be simple: You’d wear pastels or brights in the summer months, neutrals and darker tones in fall and winter.
Mary Janes, once considered the go-to footwear for kids, got a major fashion upgrade for Fall. No longer your baby’s booties, the new adult-like incarnation includes sharply pointed toes, high heels, and lots of shimmer. From major brands (Miu Miu and Manolo Blahnik) to more affordable ones (River Island and Vince Camuto), these strappy beauties are one of the season’s biggest shoe trends. Don’t just take our word for it.
On Wednesday afternoon, FIT’s Couture Council gathered for its annual luncheon, and for the first time in 10 years, the guest of honor and recipient of the Artistry in Fashion Award was a shoe designer. “Manolo is the first shoe designer to become a superstar,” noted FIT’s president Valerie Steele, while presenter Uma Thurman confided to the crowd that Blahnik was, “the only man who has been with me every step of the way.
Photo: Courtesy It’s too bad that the Sex and the City 3 rumors proved to be untrue as filming would have dovetailed perfectly with Spanish shoe guru Manolo Blahnik’s first line of handbags. As WWD reported today, the collection of six bejeweled clutch bags will be sold this Fall for $1,725 to $1,925 at the designer’s eponymous boutiques in New York and London as well as Liberty, Harrods, and Brown Thomas and in markets including Italy, Sweden and Germany.
Rihanna might go by @badgalriri on Instagram, but those who know her seem to think otherwise. What if we told you she’s more like Grace Kelly? In an interview with The Telegraph, Balmain designer Oliver Rousteing declared the singer to be “like a new Grace Kelly,” explaining that “she has this aura, this charisma, it’s not sexual, it’s something else.” Comparing Rihanna to Grace Kelly—an actual princess, the epitome of polish, sophistication, and that “old school charm”—might sound like a stretch. In a recent interview, designer Manolo Blahnik also mentioned – unprompted – Rihanna’s likeness to Grace Kelly.