Kendall Jenner Continues Her Fashion Week Takeover at Chanel

It already feels like years since Kendall Jenner made her runway debut. Now she’s a seasoned supermodel with plenty of shows under her belt, and quite a few industry BFFs, too.

The reality star took last New York Fashion Week by storm before setting her sights on Milan and Paris, and she just marched down the Chanel Couture runway in a crop top. (Of course, her mama Kris Jenner sat front row.) Scroll down to see how she worked her latest look, then read to on to see the many reasons why Kendall’s the model to watch.

- Additional reporting by Sarah Wasilak


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Even Cara Delevingne Loves Kim Kardashian’s Sexy Style

We can’t imagine that a conversation between Kim Kardashian and Cara Delevingne could possibly be boring, and now we have proof. The quirky supermodel interviewed the sexy star for Love magazine, and this shot is only a teaser for the larger editorial to come. The fashion power players wore designs by Sonia Rykiel and Julie de Libran for photographer Solve Sundsbo, and we’re guessing they talked girl stuff, too. (Perhaps Kendall Jenner got a shout-out? She’s Kim’s sister and Cara’s BFF, after all.)

Kim and Cara aren’t the only leading ladies we’ve got our eye on this month. J Lo was snapped for Complex rocking plunging necklines and skintight bodysuits, while Dakota Johnson struck a pose for Mario Testino in Vogue. Needless to say, there are plenty of reasons to look forward to the February fashion magazines arriving at your doorstep. Keep reading to see why.


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9 Style Rules For Girls With Small Busts

As most members of the itty-bitty committee well know, finding clothes that flatter smaller chests can oftentimes be a challenge. On one hand, you just want to wear what you want to wear – there’s no real harm in that, right? But on the other, not all tops were created equal: stuff can either look way too baggy, make you appear flatter than you are, or feels like a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen.

So what styles do look good – and fit well – if you’re petite on top? Read on for a list of nine helpful tips, complete with links to shop.


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What Different Diamond Sizes Look Like on Real-Girl Hands

Full disclosure: we’ve dreamt about our engagement ring – and the guy who will give it to us – for as long as we can remember. We’re fashion girls, after all. Sparkly diamonds, the excuse to buy the dress of our dreams, and all things wedding-related are pretty much our ultimate weakness. But when it comes to carat size and technical stuff, you might as well be speaking a foreign language. Because we know that the carat is the weight of the diamond and – sigh – the higher the weight, the higher the price, but what does that even mean? What does it actually look like? On real-people fingers?

Luckily, we’ve got a few friends in high places, and Ritani, a diamond company with a factory in NYC, offered to shed some light on our rock-size dilemma. So without further ado, here’s what real diamonds look like on real-girl hands. Now your only issue is discretely sending this to your S.O.


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54 Award-Winning Style Moments From the SAG Awards

For the fashion-obsessed, an award ceremony is not about who wins the trophy, but who wore the best dress. On Sunday, the Screen Actors Guild Awards will present us with a fresh batch of honorable movie mentions and more importantly, red-hot red carpet looks. Before this weekend’s SAG Awarads action kicks off, let’s look back at the megawatt stars – and the gowns they wore – in retrospective detail. From Lupita Nyog’o eye-catching blue dress last year to Freida Pinto’s lavender Marchesa gown from 2009, we’ve got the infamous, the fabulous, and the truly unforgettable. Keep reading for our collection of the most memorable SAGs style moments.

- Additional reporting by Aemilia Madden


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Why Celebrity Casting Is Spring’s Biggest Campaign Trend

In this weekly feature, InStyle‘s Fashion News Director Eric Wilson shares his favorite fashion moment of the week and explains how it could shape styles to come. Look for it on What’s Right Now every Friday.

The Moment: This week, while we’re busy watching the stars on the red carpets, during a very busy start to awards season, we’re also watching them turn up everywhere in advertisements. As fashion houses release their new spring campaign images, there’s been a bumper crop of famous faces endorsing designer clothes, and most of them are entirely unexpected pairings between celebrity and label.

Madonna for Versace was a natural, of course, but then came Julia Roberts for Givenchy, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West for Balmain men’s wear, Kit Harington for Jimmy Choo, and a movie’s worth of actors for Miuccia Prada‘s Prada and Miu Miu labels. Miu Miu’s campaign (pictured above) just might be my favorite, starring fashion favorites Mia Goth, Imogen Poots, and Marine Vacth in some rather mysterious images created by Steven Meisel. That is namely because it is just weird enough to be interesting.

Each of the young stars is seen through a slightly opened doorway, sitting, as one does in these sorts of cinematic spaces, with a handbag at the reach. The pictures are open to interpretation. As Miu Miu says in a press release, a bag is placed next to Vacth’s feet, “leaving us unsure if she is arriving or leaving the scene.”

Also sort of surreal is Justin Bieber for Calvin Klein underwear, and I’m not talking about the did-they-or-didn’t-they Photoshop controversy, since there is ample evidence of Bieber’s physicality available on his Instagram account to disprove the naysayers. I’m more perplexed by his tattoos, which include a stylized cross, a crown, and a rudimentary attempt to express 1975 in Roman numerals. His body reads like a graphic novel that’s missing a few pages.

Why It’s a Wow: Some of the latest examples of celebrity endorsements are truly inspired, and incredibly successful judging by how much people are talking about them. Take Céline’s new campaign images that feature Joan Didion, the 80-year-old writer, looking smashing in a black knit top and sunglasses, which goes against conventional casting rules on many levels. In fact, it’s a good example of how more mature women are finally finding some respect from designers, at least in their marketing. The latest artist to star in Hedi Slimane’s Saint Laurent Music Project, by the way, is Joni Mitchell, who looks fabulous at 71 in a folk tunic and leather cape.

The reviews have ranged from enthusiastic, for celebrating intelligent women of style, regardless of their age, to underwhelmed, with some critics challenging what they see as the commercialization of their literary or music idols. That’s fair enough. But I would argue such women deserve every opportunity to benefit from fashion’s largesse, at least as much as the next Bieber.

Learn More: Take a closer look at Madonna’s latest Versace campaign, or Joan Didion’s appearance for Céline and let me know what you think by tweeting me @ericwilsonsays.

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The Real Girl’s Guide to Staying Chic All Winter Long

Keeping up appearances isn’t easy when it’s below zero, but don’t let the dreary weather totally spoil your style. While we’ve all experienced days where sweatpants are all we can manage to slip on, all it takes is a little inspiration to get us excited about clothes again. Taken straight off of the streets of cities like New York, London, and Milan, these creative cold-weather street style outfits are truly a breath of fresh (not frozen) air. These chic women, snapped on the sidewalks, manage to take our favorite basics and make them feel unique; jeans, booties, and a cozy scarf can seem surprisingly original when viewed with a new perspective.

Read on to see how these stunning ladies are inspiring our Winter style, no fancy pants (or coats or dresses) necessary. Check out all the latest shots from Men’s Fashion Week, plus the rest of our favorite Winter street style when you scroll.

 - Additional reporting by Sarah Wasilak


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The Regal Fashion in Downton Abbey Makes Us Want to Travel Back in Time

As any fan of Downton Abbey knows, each episode presents equal opportunity to marvel over elegant costumes and escape into Crawley family drama. After all, it’s often the fashion choices the characters make that stir the pot, enraging the Dowager Countess of Grantham or delaying dinner for an elaborate change into evening wear.

But what really sticks out to us about the TV show, which takes place in Yorkshire in the early 1900s, is how each member of the family manages to develop a signature style, especially at a time of progress. Throughout the series, Lady Mary, Lady Edith, and Lady Rose have experimented with shorter hemlines, broken strict fashion rules, and slipped off their white gloves.

Scroll down to see some of the most memorable Downton Abbey looks, constructed by costume designer Caroline McCall, and check back each week to immerse yourself in regal snapshots from the latest season.

Source: PBS


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50 Shades of Lingerie to Spice Up Your Valentine’s Day

We know what you’re thinking: lingerie sets for Valentine’s Day, how groundbreaking. But if you’ve invested in a pretty, lacy underthing or two, then you know the confidence a push-up bra or a bootylicious pair of panties lends you. And frankly, we can’t think of a better time to feel bold than on Valentine’s Day.

The 50 shades of lingerie below are full of color, yes, but they also range from demure to hot, hot, hot. As you scroll, you’ll find designs that climb from modest to superspicy. So choose your comfort level, and then get ready to have a very happy Valentine’s day, whether you’re wearing a bustier or boyshorts and a bralette beneath that sexy dress.


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This Week’s Best Dressed Prove There’s More to Killer Style Than Award Show Gowns

While the Golden Globes brought some great style moments, the award-worthy outfits didn’t stop there. We saw plenty of sequined gowns, pops of color, and cool accessories over the past few days, whether it was at Elle’s Women in TV celebration or a big movie premiere. From Sarah Hyland’s Winter white DKNY dress to Poppy Delevingne’s sexy black jumpsuit, here are all the looks that made this week’s best dressed.


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