Style Snaps: Wednesday, April 30, 2014

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Azriagirls
BielZoe
KatrinaBowden
ChanelIman
ZendayaC
EmmyRossumUA
TaylorSwiftJM
SarahJessParker
PradasphereHarrods
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By Lauren Kaplan April 30, 2014
Victoria's Secret Angel Karlie Kloss donned her wings in Chicago to reveal the new look of VS's most iconic fragrance, Heavenly.
Lubov Azria poses with Ginny Gardner, Meaghan Martin, Rose McIver and Vanessa Marano (all wearing BCBGMAXAZRIA or BCBGENERATION) at the exclusive reception celebrating the opening of "Living the Bon Chic Life," a retrospective exhibition commemorating the brand's 25th anniversary.
Jessica Biel and Rachel Zoe posed for a pic at Tiffany & Co.'s Atlas Collection celebration. Their jewels, of course, are from the renowned collection.
Katrina Bowden looked dazzling in an embroidered hot pink gown by Theia at the Breast Cancer Foundation's Hot Pink Party in New York.
Chanel Iman wore a Fausto Puglisi lemon silk bustier, silk twill "Statue of Liberty" mini skirt and jeweled leather jacket to the debut of Fausto Puglisi's exclusive spring collection at Bergdorf Goodman.
Zendaya Coleman wore a yellow and white silk blouse and a high-waisted skirt by Fausto Puglisi to the same event.
Emmy Rossum attended the Under Armour NYC brand house opening wearing a Tanya Taylor dress, Charlotte Olympia shoes and, of course, Under Armour Pure Stretch underwear.
Taylor Swift steps out (yet again) in New York City wearing a preppy striped top and a dainty Jennifer Fisher ring.
Sarah Jessica Parker wore a Veronika Borchers for Peal Collective necklace to the AOL NewFronts in New York City.
Harrod's Knightsbridge will host Prada as an honored guest throughout the month of May. The department store unveiled 40 window displays, a pop-up store, multiple screen displays, an elegant Marchesi cafe and Pradasphere (an exhibition that chronicles the company's obsession with fashion, art, cinema and beyond).
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