Spring’s Floral Frocks Are Really Quite GarishVictoria Beckham wore a floral frock to her birthday last night. We didn’t like it, but we haven’t liked most of the floral frocks the celebrities have been wearing since spring arrived.
Demi Moore Gets Frayed, Olivia Palermo Gets FriskyOn Monday night, a bunch of fashion-y folk gathered to watch ‘Flawless’ and then party in the Soho Grand penthouse. Some pretty funny photos of famous people emerged, which we will now judge. Along with outfits of course.
The Best- and Worst-Dressed Real Housewives of New YorkThe shopping habits, outfit choices, hair and makeup styling, and sick emphasis on their daughters’ outward appearances have been consistently appalling on the Real Housewives of Orange County. Alas, on this joyous eve, we will see the New York equivalent when the Real Housewives of New York premieres.
Victoria Beckham Launches Frock LineShe’s already got a denim line, but Victoria Beckham’s design ambitions don’t stop there. As soon as she’s done with the Spice Girls reunion tour, Posh is set to do line of “POSH frocks.” According to The People, she’s in talks to sell her signature dress collection at upscale department stores and wants her line to be more expensive than Kate Moss’s and Lily Allen’s (oooh, competitive).
Monday-Morning Quarterbacking: Oscars Edition!The annual parade of gowns down the Oscars’ red carpet last night was a big-time bore; no one looked absolutely dazzling. And no one looked absolutely dreadful, unless you count Ryan Seacrest. Though there was also Colin Farrell … But we digress! We don’t understand why more stars don’t wear fashionable things to the Oscars. This year’s numerous solid-colored silk gowns harkened back to prom, per usual, but thank God for Marion Cotillard, who at least livened things up a little bit. The Guardian called her Jean Paul Gaultier fish gown “creepy,” while the Telegraph called it a “winner.” Finally, controversy! The postshow fashion analysis, along with our own takeaway,