Aside from her impeccable street-style skills, we've long admired Jessica Alba for her many other accomplishments as an actress, mom, and author. And now we're thrilled to see her as the face for Net-A-Porter's latest online magazine issue. Jessica opened up her Beverly Hills home for the digital magazine's latest issue and talked beauty, traveling, icons, and more. On the topic of fashion, Jessica revealed her current go-to brands, which include Current/Elliott, Rag & Bone, and Frame Denim. "Anything that has some stretch is good for me, because I have a little curve," said Alba. Other famous labels Jessica showed off in her photo shoot were Isabel Marant, Gucci, Maje, Acne, and J Brand. Head inside to witness Jessica Alba the model, then shop exact pieces on Net-A-Porter.
Some of Spring's coolest accessories have gone to the dogs — and in the very best way — in Avenue32's latest editorial, Fashion Unleashed.
Like the adorable pomeranian in the Tous ads that came before them, these dogs look like expert models. Avenue32 tasked five dogs with sitting, sniffing, and moving around sunglasses, scarves, handbags, and one pair of cage heels from a variety of talented designers and brands. Phillip Lim's 31 Second Clutch makes an appearance alongside a curious British Bulldog named Papillon, and a Bedlington Terrier named Wilfred gets a shot of color with a silk scarf.
A look at all the dogs and their accessories, here in the gallery.
Photo courtesy of Avenue32.
These are the kind of wedding gowns that look like they've been custom made to fit your every curve and fulfill every personal styling whim — and the best part? They're also the kind of gowns that happen to come at an off-the-rack price. While a bespoke gown is the dream route for many, it's not exactly budget-friendly. That's where these gorgeous dresses come in. With Reem Acra, Theia, J.Crew, BHLDN, and Vera Wang's David's Bridal collection all offering up dreamy options sans the exorbitant price tag, it's easy to see why these off-the-rack looks are begging to be worn down the aisle. Ready to shop the wedding gown of your dreams and have it at your door in just a matter of days? Head right this way.
She's a mother, an author, and an award-winning actress — and People magazine's 2013 Most Beautiful Woman. But, in case you missed it, we're turning our attention to Gwyneth Paltrow's killer shoe collection. Sexy sandals, edgy ankle boots, and unique creations from some of the most iconic designers — Jimmy Choo, Giuseppe Zanotti, and Brian Atwood, to name a few — rest side by side in one of the greatest shoe collections to exist. Whether you've been poring over Gwyneth's seriously chic shoes for years or you're a Paltrow rookie, join us as we celebrate the day of love with a lot of shoe love, courtesy of Gwyneth's 62 most enviable heels ever.
The good news is you're popular enough to get invited to five weddings this season. The bad news: what are you supposed to wear to them all? Between the traveling and the gifts, you don't even want to think about having to buy multiple dresses — so your best bet is to find a frock that can work for all your wedding obligations and tweak it a bit for each ceremony. With the right accessories, pair of shoes, and frame of mind, you can definitely get away with wearing the same dress a number of times — regardless of Facebook tagging. We're starting with one amazing Willow silk-crepe dress ($550) and styling it up five different ways, for five different types of weddings. Click through to see and shop each look, and let us know how many weddings you're attending this season!
Fashion Week couldn't be stopped by a little rain or snow — the streets of Milan were dotted with glamorously attired showgoers armed with luxe furry accents, hats, embellishments, and sky-high stilettos (and bare legs). True to form, this street style is more whimsical and a little more dressed-up than your London or NYC set — fascinators, statement jewels, and even floor-length gowns made their appearance on the attendees shuttling from show to show. Of course, if you're looking for more practical outfit inspiration, there are a few to emulate here as well. Click through now for a lesson in street chic, Milano style, with our favorite snaps from Fashion Week.