Style Snaps: Thursday, April 10, 2014
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By Lauren Kaplan April 10, 2014
As the royal family continues to tour New Zealand, the Duchess of Cambridge continues to "wow" us with her outfit choices. At a remembrance service in the heart of Marlborough wine country, she donned a blue Alexander McQueen military coat and *gasp* (moderately) pointed-toe blue suede pumps.
Cody Simpson shows some serious muscle in an Op tank (available at Walmart for $10) in his new music video "Surfboard" starring him and his Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition "Rookie" girlfriend, Gigi Hadid. Steamy.
Well, we already knew North West had a taste for the finer things, but here's confirmation that baby girl knows what's up. She stole Auntie Koko's Chanel earring on Monday, and Kardashian turned the crime into a photo-op and posted it on Instagram. Looks like baby North has a pretty firm grip on that thing--can you blame her?
On the set of her new movie, "Cake," Anna Kendrick sports a very Cali-spirited look. To style an ensemble like hers, this Mark and Estel tank and these Chinese Laundry sandals serve as the perfect add-ons to your simple denim shorts.
Christian Lacroix has designed costumes for "Le Palais de Cristal," marking the fourth time the designer has collaborated with the Ballet de l'Opera under his own name.
In the spirit of April showers, which, we hope, will bring May flowers, Cynthia Vincent collaborated with One King's Lane to design adorable printed umbrellas. The umbrellas will retail at $49 and all proceeds of the sale will benefit The Teen Project.
H&M launches its Conscious Exclusive collection today as part of the retailer's actions for a more sustainable fashion future.
We have to hand it to her. Kim Kardashian looks pretty rad and rather sophisticated in this all-black tuxedo-inspired ensemble. We think she rocked it--cleavage and all. Do you?
Can you take us with you on your trip, too, Michelle?! Looks like Williams and Louis Vuitton are at it again with a slam-dunk of a campaign (styled by Carine Roitfeld, obviously), which spotlights the fashion house's city bags--the Capucines, the Alma and a new version of the Lockit.
Miley does what Miley wants--an idea that she's drilled into our heads many times, whether it be by way of styrofoam finger or by riding a giant hotdog. One thing that Miley didn't want was the cover of an issue of Seventeen magazine, but they gave it to her anyway without her participation or approval. She posed for Elle, instead, while Seventeen dealt with a stock photo and write-around story.
Brazilian luxury brand Osklen debuted an exclusive swimwear capsule collection for Spring/Summer 2015 in collaboration with international jetsetters and style muses Alexia Niedzielski and Bianca Brandolini.
The Peter Som for Kohl's collection officially launches today. Each item is priced between $38-$88. See all the looks here!
On Wednesday morning, CFDA members gathered Bryant Park's Andaz Hotel to participate in a round table discussion with Intel execs about the future of wearable technology. It appears that some designers are more into it than others, but all have opinions on how the new technology might help their brands in other ways.
This is happening: Coco Rocha and BaubleBar have joined forces to create jewelry with some serious high-fashion appeal at an awesomely affordable price point. The collection hits BaubleBar.com on April 16th!