Killer style really is all in the details. Whether it's a jaunty bow tie, a pair of electric-hued socks, or a dozen delicate bracelets worn in a stack, there's no doubt that small statements can add up to major impact — even when paired with the most serious of duds. An up-close peek at all the little ways industry folk kept it sartorial at the recent men's shows in Milan, London, and Florence right here, in the slideshow.
Posts for January 19th 2013
With award season in full swing, it's not surprising that the lion's share of this week's best looks came straight from the red carpet. What is surprising, however, is the amount of unconventional — and ultimately gorgeous — ensembles that made the cut. On the Golden Globes red carpet alone, there were several surprises: Lucy Liu's major floral-print Carolina Herrera, Sienna Miller's softly '60s Erdem two-piece, and Rachel Weisz's bilevel point d'esprit Louis Vuitton — just to name a few.
But those weren't the only looks that made an impact this week. At the men's shows in London, for example, Anna Dello Russo kept her reputation as reigning street-style queen intact with several sartorial suits — including one very chic Saint Laurent Spring 2013 bow blouse outfit made complete with the addition of a real live greyhound — while Sienna Miller, Barbara Palvin, and Jessica Joffe (left) all brightened the week's many, many parties wearing dresses drenched in different rosy hues.
Click through for a peek at all of the week's most stylish moments — from Hollywood to Milan and beyond — right here, in the slideshow.
After what many considered her coming out back in November at Glamour's Women of the Year Awards, Jenna Lyons has kept pretty mum in regard to her relationship with Courtney Crangi — until now. The J.Crew creative director and industry tastemaker got candid about her newfound love in a recent New York Times article.
"It's just as surprising to me as it probably is to everyone else," Lyons explained. "It certainly is strange to wake up, at 44, and look at the person next to you and think: 'Oh! This wasn't what I expected.' But I don't think love works that way, and I am OK with that."