For the ceremony, Pitt pulled a suit from his closet with a tie borrowed from one his son (he forgot to pack his). As for the rest of the Jolie-Pitt crew, Zahara wore a dress designed by family friend Adam Kebe while little Vivienne wore a white dress from her closet. Maddox, Pax, and Knox all wore black suits, but Shiloh spiced hers up in a pair of shorts and top hat. The couple exchanged weddings bands from jeweler Robert Procop, who designed Jolie’s engagement ring. ”It was important to us that the day was relaxed and full of laughter,” Pitt said. “It was such a special day to share with our children and a very happy time for our family.”
Style Scoop: Miley Cyrus Poses for V, Rebecca Minkoff Does Wearable Tech, Abercrombie & Fitch Ditches Its Logo
Miley Cyrus poses on top of a bed of stuffed animals for the 91st issue of V Magazine. Dubbed “The Rebel Issue,” the starlet poses for Karl Lagerfeld in a custom Fendi bodysuit modeled after the fuzzy friends on which she sits. It’s just about the least wearable bathing suit ever but, hey, she looks pretty good in it. [Fashion Gone Rogue]
Rebecca Minkoff is the latest designer to dive into the wearable tech trend. Created in partnership with Case-Mate, the five-item collection includes a bracelet, a compact mobile charger, iPhone cases and a wristlet that come in various colors. The pieces retail for $40-$80 and will go on sale at rebeccaminkoff.com and in Nordstrom in September—after they debut at the designer’s New York Fashion Week runway show, of course. [Women’s Wear Daily]
We hope you’ve saved some of your old Abercrombie & Fitch sweatshirts and t-shirts, because soon, the retailer’s logo will be no more—and you’ll have straight-up vintage moose garb on your hands (eBay anyone). The retailer is following suit with other brands and moving away from the logo business, primarily because its customers are less interested in them. It seems we’ve officially exited the early 2000’s. [Women’s Wear Daily]
She already starred in a cooler-than-cool ad campaign for Rag & Bone, and now Winona Ryder appears in the brand’s video component of the Fall ’14 campaign. She takes her booties to the boardwalk, where she plays arcade games upon arcade games (damn that claw!), and looks pretty much how we look when we get tangled up in ticket winnings—minus the awesome clothes and super-glam smile. [YouTube]
Every day, we bring you celebrity sightings and stylings as seen everywhere from the streets to the red carpet. Whether they’re dolled up or dressed down, we can’t resist the need to know who wore what.
Venice is buzzing with celebrities as the city’s film festival gets underway. And, of course, since we’re focusing our eyes on Italy, you’d better bet that we’re keeping them peeled for incredible fashion. Emma Stone kicked off an impressive bout of red carpet walks, and models Alessandra Ambrosio and Constance Jablonski continued it. Then, Miuccia Prada’s girls were on hand for Miu Miu’s short film’s premiere, and all dressed head-to-toe in playful Miu Miu garb. Which look do you love?
If you’re one to follow the rules, you’ve got just a few more days to wear your summer whites. Once Labor Day ends, conservative dressers swear off all-blanched-everything and kick the achromatic hue to the curb until warmer weather commences. Of course, said rule was meant to be—and has been—broken, time and time again. Still, there’s nothing wrong with a little inspiration to get you in the spirit. Channel Jessica Alba, Beyoncé, and even baby North West and get your all-white look, right.
Happy Labor Day, #GlamFam! We hope you’re enjoying your final walks on the beach, your last sips of rosé, and your finale of ice cream cones. Whether you’re spending the weekend grilling with friends or hanging out with family, we can only hope you’re doing it in style. To keep your fashion senses swift over the holiday weekend (Fashion Week is upon us, after all), we’ve rounded up some material that’s best read from a lounge chair, beneath the summer sun.
- Go [nearly] naked. Entertain a nude lip for a high-fashion-inspired approach to something as simple as a backyard BBQ.
- Not sure what you need this weekend? Stick with the classics and you’ll be good to go.
- Don’t you dare forget your sunscreen…or other miscellaneous beauty musts.
- Cocktails, anyone? No holiday weekend is complete without a little bit of booze.
- …Or shopping! There’s no shortage of sales this weekend, so get your credit cards ready and set your eyes on the discounted prize(s).
And, of course, in true #GlamFam fashion, share it all with us. Make sure to tag @glam_com in the caption of all your Labor Day celebration pics!
You see all the drama unfold on Twitter and Instagram as the chaos of a sample sale commences, but we’re giving you a preview of which sales are on tap for next week. We’ll tell you everything you need to know before it all begins so that you can prepare accordingly, get there on time, and leave with bags of designer scores.
What You Need To Know: Get an extra 20% off sale items.
What You Need To Know: Need dresses? Now’s the time to buy ‘em—75% off!
DESIGNER: Barneys Warehouse
WHEN: August 21-September 1; Thurs-Fri, 8a.m.-9p.m., Sat-Sun, 10a.m.-8p.m., Mon, 10a.m.-7p.m.
WHERE: Metropolitan Pavilion: 110 West 19th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues
What You Need To Know: Score up to 70% off some items.
DESIGNER: Bergdorf Goodman
What You Need To Know: The 5F sale offers 40% off your favorite designers.
DESIGNER: Bauble Bar
What You Need To Know: Get 50% off baubles to beat your summer blues.
DESIGNER: Club Monaco
What You Need To Know: Get 50% off clearance and an extra 40% off sale items.
WHEN: August 29-September 1
What You Need To Know: Sale items are an extra 20% off with code DJLABORDAY.
DESIGNER: FALLON Sample Sale
WHEN: Through August 29, 9p.m.
WHERE: Spring app
What You Need To Know: Download the Spring app to shop the brand’s first-ever sample sale.
What You Need To Know: Get an extra 40% off sale items.
WHEN: Now, until August 29.
What You Need To Know: Score 20% off shoes and bags until August 29 with code LABORDAY20.
What You Need To Know: 10% off purchases of up to $499, 15% off purchases $500+, 20% off purchases $1,500+ using code LABOR2014.
What You Need To Know: Get up to 70% off sale items.
What You Need To Know: Get 20% off fall picks with code HELLOFALL.
DESIGNER: Tamara Mellon Sample Sale
WHEN: Thursday September 4-Friday September 8, 10a.m.-8p.m.; Saturday September 6, 10a.m.-7p.m.; Sunday September 7 10a.m.-4p.m.
WHERE: 260 Fifth Avenue, between 28th and 29th Streets
What You Need To Know: Womenswear, shoes and handbags will be up to 80% off.
Kendall Jenner is now the artist formerly known as Kendall Jenner. According to the official site of her modeling agency, The Society, the budding model dropped her famous last name and will just be known as Kendall. As she told Love magazine in July, she thinks her family’s name is working against her where her career is concerned. “People think that this [success] just came to me,” she said. “But it didn’t. What I have almost worked against me…I went on castings and some people weren’t feeling me because of my name. But it’s great when people didn’t recognize me.”
They might not know who she is in a casting, but you can bet that we’ll recognize her coming down any runway. As long as she’s got that K in the beginning of her name, we can’t say we’ll be willing to separate her completely from her roots. K?
The Glam girls have got chic summer style in spades! Though the heat is still on, you’ll want to look cute when keeping cool, regardless of your size. With Labor Day around the corner, we curated a few choice looks from our favorite bloggers you’ll want to recreate over the holiday weekend.
Style Scoop: Barbie Joins Instagram, Vogue Italia’s Anniversary Cover Marks The Return of the Model, Valentino Makes Rockstud Sneakers
Instagram just got a taste of what it’s like to be a Barbie Girl—from Barbie herself. The original style icon hopped on social media on Wednesday with an Instagram handle: @barbiestyle. Her posts consist of outfits of the day and accessories shout outs. She looks like a seasoned fashion blogger already. [Huffington Post]
Vogue US’s cover was pretty epic, but Vogue Italia’s 50th anniversary issue might just trump it. The fold-out cover, shot by Steven Meisel, features models Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Natasha Poly, Anna Ewers and more. The vintage-looking shot gives a nostalgic look at fashion history: when models covered magazines, as opposed to high-profile celebrities. It’s official: models are making a comeback. [The Fashion Spot]
This is not your average Rockstud. The ubiquitous Valentino Rockstud is getting remixed—into a sneaker. In honor of the fashion house’s new three-story flagship on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli are debuting a limited edition, unisex style of “Rockrunner” sneakers to be sold exclusively at the location. There’s white-on-white camouflage, red hearts, and of course white studs. [T Magazine]
In a fashion week first, Bill de Blasio will welcome the CFDA to Gracie Mansion on Wednesday, September 3 for a cocktail party kickoff. Since his wife, Chirlane McCray, has demonstrated an interest in American designers, it makes sense that de Blasio is showing his support for New York’s fashion industry. Formal invitations were sent to Diane von Furstenberg, Prabal Gurung and Zac Posen, among others, for the momentous fashion event. [Women’s Wear Daily]
As a bona-fide celebrity do-gooder, Sophia Bush is doing what she does best in collaboration with Joe Fresh. The starlet teamed up with the retailer to make a t-shirt that advocates for equal rights. The idea behind the graphic tee is that “all kisses are created equal, and love should never be divided.” The shirt is available not for $24 at joefresh.com. [InStyle]
If you’re making your way to New York for the frenzy that is Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, chances are you won’t have time to do much pampering, let alone breathe. Luckily, Triumph Hotels is teaming up with cityMANI to offer quickie manis throughout the week. Using personalized Pretty Please polishes named after the hotels, you’ll be able to get polished pretty when you’re really in need. Here’s the full schedule:
Hotel Belleclaire, 250 West 77th Street and Broadway: Thursday, September 4 10a.m.-2p.m.
The Cosmopolitan Hotel Tribeca, 95 West Broadway and Chambers Street: Friday, September 5 10a.m.-2p.m.
Washington Jefferson Hotel, 318 West 51st Street between 8th and 9th Ave.: Monday, September 8 10a.m.-2p.m.
The Gershwin Hotel, East 27th Street between Madison and 5th Ave.: Tuesday, September 9 10a.m.-2.pm. [Glam Inbox]
Discover your next obsession with our Editor’s Pick series, must-have products for your home, wardrobe, makeup bag, and office curated by Glam editors.I know, I know. It took me a while. I just had to take my time to find a pair of the right street style-worthy sneakers. The process went a little bit like this: I saw them everywhere this past spring, and therefore decided that Stan Smith’s had come and gone; sneaker wedges just aren’t my look; the duds with metallic detailing are cool, but not my aesthetic either; and simply put, my worn-out white Converse low-tops just weren’t going to cut it at Lincoln Center.
When I finally came across these vintage-y Nike sneakers, I immediately knew that they deserved a place in my (already full) New York City-sized closet. They’re suede, but the light color makes them wearable nearly year-round—not to mention the fact that, they’re neutral, AKA my perpetual palette of choice. But even so, I was drawn to them because they just weren’t trying too hard, like some “fashion kicks” tend to do. These high-tops are a Nike classic, but with J.Crew’s help, they received a jolt of modern-day trend. So, when will I wear them, you ask? When every other fashionista in New York City will be fashionizing her sneakers, of course: all over New York Fashion Week. While I do think sneakers-as-a-trend is the best excuse the fashion set could come up with for wanting to trade in pointy stilettos and sky-high platforms for something more wearable, my feet will surely be thanking me for submitting to it. –Lauren Kaplan