Posts Tagged ‘Rachel

Wednesday February 22, 2012 14:04

Rachel Zoe’s Reed Krakoff Python Boxer Bag

 

 

Who: Rachel Zoe carrying a Reed Krakoff Python boxer bag
Shop: Saks.com $ 4,990 (as shown in pic)
Saks.com (in dark taupe) $ 1,590
Saks International (in dark taupe)£1,090 / €1,245
Where: Reed Krakoff fall 2012 fashion show, New York

 

Tuesday February 7, 2012 23:21

Rachel Weisz L’Oreal Ad Banned

British authorities say a magazine advertisement featuring the Oscar winner is “misleadingly exaggerated.” See what the fuss is about!
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Sunday February 5, 2012 08:06

Rachel Bilson’s Goldsign Jenny Slim Crop Jeans

Rachel Bilson’s Goldsign Jenny Slim Crop Jeans

 

Who: Rachel Bilson wearing Goldsign Jenny slim crop jeans
Shop: Farfetch.com $288

FarFetch.co.uk £194

Where: Out & About, LA

 

Wednesday February 1, 2012 14:05

Get Olivia Palermo Look for Less and Steal Her Style

Actress, model, blogger, and all-around fashionista. Olivia Palermo knows her stuff, as well as her style. Walking the red carpet in an understated look, we decided to steal her celebrity style for our own…and we mean that quite literally. “Stealing” her style with affordable pieces, we’ve recreated this look that can walk right off the red carpet and onto the streets. Pair a sleek pair of dark, refined skinny denim with layers: a gold top, white cardi, fuzzy fur vest, and army jacket. Finish with a tidy tote and a killer pair of black bootie heels for a fabulously chic, yet accessible look.

1. Elizabeth and James Mercy Suede Platform Booties ($262)
Killer heels. These black booties are anything but basic, but they go with virtually everything in your closet. Pairing on-trend platforms with a classic suede bootie, these heels are finished with a lace-up strap and hidden back zipper.

2. Z Spoke Zac Posen Americana Satchel ($425)
A girl who’s got it all together needs a tote that shows off her with-it-ness. Clean lines in rich lamb leather, this satchel traverses the seasons with its seasonless gray color and timeless lines. Carry for work or play, its roomy interior works for all occasions.

3. DL1961 Kate Slim Straight Leg Jean ($168)
Red carpet-worthy denim, these DL1961 jeans are beyond basic…they are must-have! Their straight cigarette legs pair with pumps or booties, while their ultra dark wash works with as much versatility as a black pant.

4. Mongolian Shearling Vest ($99)
Jacket optional. For those days when a coat’s not necessary, a vest does double duty: warmth and style. This fur and leather combo works over anything from a maxi dress to a pair of flared denim…or pair under a jacket for an extra layered look like Palermo’s.

5. Urban Renewal Vintage French Combat Jacket ($59)
Military must. The combat coat, that little green jacket, has been spotted everywhere this year. It’s the perfect between seasons outerwear. Layer in a little neutral color while giving off a pleasantly vintage appeal. Zippers, pockets, and cuff-able hems for an authentic look.

Rachel Crow on X Factor Elimination: Don’t Blame Nicole!
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It was the most emotional scene of The X Factor season: Rachel Crow, 13, falling into sobs as soon after she eliminated from the competition this week… while the crowd booed Nicole Scherzinger for not casting a vote that would have saved the contestant.

After the show, however, Rachel was far more calm than many in the audience.

Rachel Crow Sings for Survivalplay

Rachel Crow Sings for Survival

“I am not feeling the greatest, but I will be fine,” the singer told the press, adding of Scherzinger: “She told me that she was sorry. I don’t know why she said that… I told her it was okay and not her fault.”

Considering the hate-filled messages directed at Nicole and Paula Abdul last week, Crow also issued this plea to fans:

“I want to say to all those people, ‘Stop, Please.’ [Scherzinger] is the nicest person and the most beautiful person inside and out… She is amazing, and I don’t understand why people are taking it out on her. It’s no one’s fault. It’s not even America’s fault. It’s no one person’s fault. It’s just what God had in store for me. And I will be okay.”

Do you think Rachel should have been voted out?