Steal Her Style: Ke$ha’s “Timber” Jewelry
Snap up your very own Ke$ha jewelry, Kesha Rose by Charles Albert, as worn in her "Timber" music video with Pitbull.
Candice Swanepoel and the Victoria's Secret Fantasy Bra 2013
Candice Swanepoel shows off the $10 million Victoria's Secret Fantasy Bra on social media.
Hervé Léger Bandage Barbie in New Collaboration
You’ll remember swooning over your doll’s clothes growing up, but some things may never change as once again Barbie is upping the fashion ante with a new Hervé Léger by Max Azria wardrobe.
Metal Haven by Kylie and Kendall Kardashian
Kylie and Kendall are the next set of Kardashians to take on media/retail/worldwide domination with their new jewelry line, Metal Haven.
Strange But True Celebrity Design Collaborations
We love a good celebrity endorsement almost as much as the stars like profiting them, but while many collaborations yield fantastic products, others have been a little less successful and, frankly, just plain bizarre...
Rita Ora for Material Girl
Rita Ora is let loose across London as the new face of Madonna's Material Girl brand.
An Evening of Salsa and ImPRESS Nails with Cheryl Burke
Dancing with the Stars Professional, Cheryl Burke, teams with Broadway Nails for her new series of imPRESS Nail Designer Kits.
Jennifer Lawrence for Dior Campaign
Jennifer Lawrence j'adores Dior and, likewise, we j'adore seeing her in it as she appears in the fashion house's latest ad campaign.
First Look: Rihanna for River Island
Rihanna unapologeticly collabortaes with River Island to sell naval-gazing crop tops, high-high split dresses and tomboy jumpsuits.
Celebrity Fashion to Watch in 2013
With 2013 comes a new troop of budding celeb designers, reality stars and endorsement deals, ready to tease us into parting with our hard-earned pennies. Find out who the future fashion stars are to watch this coming year...
Yoko Ono's Clothing Line: Inspired by John Lennon, Worn by Nobody
Yoko Ono has honestly gone yoko with her brand new clothing that's inspired by John Lennon.
The 2012 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
Miranda Kerr, Doutzen Kroes, Erin Heatherton all strutted their stuff in insanely skimpy things, drawing plenty of oohs and aahs from the star-studded audience. But don't take my word for it; peruse this gallery and see for yourself. . .
Courtney Love: Never the Bride Clothing
The Mayans weren't far off when they predicted the 2012 apocalypse because, ladies and gentleman, here is the first sign that the end is nigh: Courtney Love is releasing a clothing line. But is it fashion Nirvana? You be the judge. . .
Summer 2012 Swimwear Designed by Celebs
Wondering what bikini should make the cut when it comes to your holiday packing? Fortunately for us, we can seek inspiration from some of L.A's finest beach-goers, and snag their swimsuit creations at our local department stores.
Nicole Richie's Impulse Collection for Macy's
Tribal prints, deco chevron, matte satin, velvet and dark Autumn tones are indicative of Nicole Richie's new Impulse Collection for Macy's.
Miranda Kerr for Net-A-Porter
As if we didn't need more reason to enviously ogle Miranda Kerr in her swimsuit, the former Victoria's Secret model is now modelling beach wear for luxe web retailer Net-A-Porter.
Jason Wu: What Michelle Obama and Target Have in Common
Jason Wu -- the young designer who became an overnight sensation after Michelle Obama wore one of his creations to the Inaugural Ball in 2009 -- is set to debut an affordable spring collection for Target on February 5, 2012
Celebrities Dish on Their Biggest Splurges
Just in case you ever under the illusion that the lives of celebrities were inherently similar to ours -- contrary to anything they may say in interviews -- we're taking a look at some of the biggest splurges stars indulge in upon receiving that dollar-laden paycheck
New York Fall Fashion Week 2011: The Stars Align
From celeb designers to celeb partyers, all the stars came out to fete New York Fall Fashion Week.
Perfect Pairs: Designers and Their Celebrity Muses
Sometimes, a famous face is only as good as the high-end designer who worships her.
Kendall Jenner Courts Controversy (Again) With New Swimsuit Pics
Following the contentious runway debut of little sis (and underage cat-walker) Kylie Jenner at New York's Fashion Week last month, 15-year-old Kendall Jenner is inviting some fresh criticism of her own, thanks to a new campaign for White Sands, an Australian swimwear company. In the photos, shot in L.A. in July, the 10th-grader models strapless bikinis and low-cut one-pieces.
Amy Winehouse's Clothing Line to Live on Posthumously
Like any legendary superstar, Amy Winehouse will most likely give the world unreleased recordings even in death. But one project she completed before her demise July 23? A fashion collection in collaboration with British retailer Fred Perry.
At 13, Elle Fanning Is Latest Lolita-esque Muse for Marc Jacobs
Her sister Dakota has long been a muse for Marc Jacobs (of her appeal, Jacobs told WWD last month, "I knew she could be this contemporary Lolita, seductive yet sweet."), and now Elle Fanning has jumped on the designer's bandwagon (and payroll).
Is Robert Pattinson Launching a Clothing Line?
Well, maybe! At least according to Kellan Lutz. Lutz, whose men's collection launches in the fall, told Us magazine that Twilight costar Robert Pattinson has a bit of designing envy.
Olivia Wilde and Emma Stone Coming to a Drugstore Near You
Between the two of them, Olivia Wilde and Emma Stone have starred in a whopping five big-budget movies this summer alone. They've been all over the red carpet lately, promoting those films and attending other events. And now Revlon has signed the two big-screen beauties as its newest global ambassadors. In other words: Get ready for even more Stone and Wilde.
Banana Republic's 'Mad Men' Line Is Finally Here
Though its long-awaited fifth season premiere has been pushed back to early next year, Mad Men is still making a splash this summer, thanks to Banana Republic. Announced a few months ago to much fanfare, the Mad Men Collection for men and women is a collaboration between the show's costume designer, Janie Bryant, and Banana Republic creative director Simon Kneen.