Ann Demeulemeester's cream asymmetric
v-neck cardigan has an asymmetric button front fastening, long
sleeves and a diagonal spot and stripe pattern. The sweater is made
from 100% cotton ($334.00 at FarFetch)
About the designer: Belgian designer
Ann Demeulemeester launched her first collection in 1987, followed by
a shoe and accessories range in 1988. The collection then hit the
Paris catwalk in 1992, with a blend of mannish pieces in a moody
palette of brown, grey and black. Her irresistible slouchy layering
and hard-edge styling has since become an Ann Demeulemeester
Alexander Wang's navy sequined
strapless dress with black leather self-tie belt is an exclusive to
Net-A-Porter. Shine at any party wearing Wang's navy sequined
strapless dress with a black leather self-tie belt and silk-chiffon
lining. This corseted style needs no embellishment - simply climb
into your highest heels and add a classic clutch. This navy sequined
strapless dress has an integrated black leather self-tie belt, a
zip-fastening internal boned corset, a concealed zip fastening at the
side, can be tied at the front or back and is fully lined in silk.
The dress is made from 90% nylon and 10% spandex; the belt is 100%
leather and the lining 100% silk (£885 at Net-A-Porter)
Susan Sarandon, Demi Moore and Brooke
Shields: Susan Sarandon, Demi Moore and Brooke
Shields were front and center at Donna Karan's 25th anniversary
fashion show, where they viewed her Fall 2010 "Forever Black"
Rachel Zoe and designer Marc Jacobs: Though he didn't invite any
celebrities, Marc Jacobs welcomed star stylist Rachel Zoe to his show
at the NY State Armory.
Sarah Jessica Parker: Sarah Jessica Parker showed her support
for designer Marios Schwab when he presented his debut collection for
Halston. "The collection is beautiful," said the Sex and
The City star, who is currently at work designing the lower-priced
Halston Heritage line.
Jessica Stroup and Rob Buckley: Actors Jessica Stroup and Rob Buckley
took in the Perry Ellis menswear fashion show.
Julia Stiles, Kristen Bell and Michelle
Williams: Julia Stiles, Kristen Bell and Michelle
Williams got a first look at the muted colors and cozy fabrics in
Tracy Reese's fall collection.
AnnaLynne McCord, Kelly Rutherford,
Molly Sims and Kate Walsh: "It's so exciting to see emerging
new talent in any art form, particularly in fashion," said Kate
Walsh, who made her Fashion Week debut alongside AnnaLynne McCord,
Kelly Rutherford and Molly Sims at the Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation
show. The presentation highlighted pieces from newer labels like
Prabal Gurung, Prova and The Blonds.
Shenae Grimes, Sophia Bush and Molly
Sims: Though she looked perfectly
put-together when she took her seat in the front row at Diane von
Furstenberg next to Sophia Bush and Molly Sims, Shenae Grimes
admitted that she'd had just a few minutes to change her look from
the previous show.
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Opening Ceremony's black suede sandals
are sling back with cut-away sides, an open toe and fasten with
matching black laces ($302.00 at FarFetch)
Posted by Amanda, in Shoes.
See by Chloe Tiered Ruffled Dress:
This black tiered ruffled sleeveless dress has a ballerina neckline,
tiered ruffle bodice, pleated bell skirt, side slash pockets and a
snap back. The dress is made from cotton and linen ($261.00 at
See by Chloe Waiter's Jacket: This
waiter's jacket comes in charcoal and navy plaid. It features a
notched collar, extended tab button front, three-quarter sleeves,
front patch pockets and back slit detail. It is made from wool and
polyamide ($339.00 at Bergdorf Goodman)
See by Chloe Black Belt: Accent a
little black dress with this black, nylon belt featuring a silvertone
buckle closure with logo detail ($45.00 at Bergdorf Goodman)