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  • Steal Her Style: 3 Stunning Golden Globes Looks to Copy Right Now

    The 74th Annual Golden Globes kicked off award season with a bang Sunday night. At the first award show of 2017, many celebs chose to depart from the typical red carpet look. Everything from menswear-inspired suits to borderline wedding gowns made an appearance.

  • Gillian Jacobs Keeps It Real on the Netflix Series ‘Love’

    The show, which comes out Friday, Feb. 19, chronicles the unlikely attraction between opposites Mickey (Jacobs) and Gus (played by Paul Rust, who co-created the show with his wife, Lesley Arfin). When Jacobs, 33, met to discuss the show — executive produced by Judd Apatow — for the first time, she was drawn to “their desire to do a grounded, real look at a relationship and the missteps and obstacles getting in the way of the characters.” Mickey and Gus are drawn to each other even though they seem different on the surface: he is a slightly nerdy, very responsible tutor on a CW-style show about a family of witches, while she is a producer on a radio call-in advice show who struggles with sobriety and all-around impulsive behavior. Jacobs is known for the complicated women she’s portrayed — the not exactly grounded character Britta on Community or Mimi Rose, the overly earnest romantic rival on Girls — but Mickey is in a class of her own.

  • Fall in Love With Altuzarra’s Prefall Collection

    It’s not even winter in New York City, but fashion’s already thinking ahead to next fall, or pre-fall, that is.  But what is pre-fall? And why should anyone care?  Designer Joseph Altuzarra, who showed his latest collection on Tuesday morning, says that pre-fall “is basically season-less. [It] arrives at the beginning of the summer and can be worn until now.” A collection you can wear for a whopping six months without the fashion community throwing shade? Count me in! Especially if it’s Altuzarra. Let’s be honest, the man makes clothes that make women want to throw down their credit card. ...

  • The Rise and Fall of Fall Color Trends

    The top color trends of fall 2015.  You’d think fall color trends were as constant as the pumpkin-spice latte. But the truth is, they change pretty dramatically from year to year. We asked Polyvore to share its hottest fall color searches for the last few years, and the results say a lot about the way trends rise and fall — and give us a hint about what the color for fall 2016 might be.

  • Fall’s Most Extravagant Looks Take a Trip to Morocco

    Photography by Jerome Corpuz Styling by Jaime Kay Waxman Hair by Neil Grupp Makeup by Georgi Sandev Model Sojourner Morrell at Wilhelmina Models Production by Fred Fantun  Special Thanks to the Moroccan National Tourist Office After years of minimalism, more was suddenly more when it came to the Fall collections. Brands like Marc Jacobs, Gucci, and even Céline showed romantic, lush, overwhelmingly rich clothes. There was brocade, embroidery, fur, ruffles, sequins. Long gowns, billowing pants, silk pajama suits, and full sleeves celebrated the drama of fashion, the pure joy of an aspirational runway.

  • How to Wear Leopard Without Changing Your Spots

    This weekend, Kate Moss stepped out in London in a Burberry leopard coat — one of her style staples, along with black skinny jeans and a Marb Light. Thousands of miles away, this author was trolling New York’s vintage stores on the hunt for the perfect ‘60s specimen. Hedi Slimane sent leopard coats down his Saint Laurent runway in Paris last week, like he does every season. We’d say there’s something in the air, but really, there’s just something about a leopard coat that makes it an eternally cool cold-weather staple for a certain kind of girl.

  • Meet Calvin Klein Model & Internet Sensation Myla Dalbesio

    Model Myla Dalbesio is a pro at pretending she’s larger than she is. “They say, ‘We booked a girl who is so noticeably not a size 0 and aren’t we great?’ What Calvin did was radical.