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BACKSTAGE / October 1 2010 9:49 AM

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w 34th st. w 34th st.

(Zara dress and belt, bag courtesy of Hope, Jessica Simpson hat, Dolce & Gabbana wedges) A couple things I tweaked a little – the dress is supposed to be a knee length robe sort of thing but I hiked the oversized sleeves up on my shoulders to give it a …

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Uncategorized / September 20 2010 2:06 PM

Project Runway Season 8 Finale Speculation

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Project Runway Season 8 Finale Speculation

On the kickoff day of New York Fashion Week , I had the early morning pleasure of attending the Project Runway Season 8 finale …all 75 minutes of it . With a front row that included judges Nina Garcia and Michael Kors , a tragically dressed Jessica Simpson as guest judge (seriously, PR . If…

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GIRLS, MEN'S / August 17 2010 9:57 AM

Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope

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Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope

Tania Spinelli’s turquoise sandals. Dress by Just Cavalli, necklace by Jamin Puech, ring by Manu. Gianmarco Lorenzi’s platform peep-toe slingbacks. Dress by Ruth Tarvydas, necklace by Fiona Paxton.

Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope Pour La Victoire’s platform sandals. Top by Tibi, skirt by Whitney Eve, necklace by Disaya, bangles by Amrita Singh. Brian Atwood’s peep-toe platform pumps. Dress by Betsey Johnson, necklace by Disaya, ring by Manu.

Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope Manolo Blahnik’s T- strap sandal. Dress by Malandrino, necklace by Amrita Singh. Donald J Pliner’s cut-out boots. Dress by Jay Godfrey, necklace by Carolee, bracelets by Amrita Singh.

Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope Jessica Simpson’s platform wedges. Dress by Aqua, cuff by Stella & Dot. Lisa for Donald J Pliner’s lace-up sandals with floral embellishments. Dress by Badgley Mischka, necklace by Jamin Puech.

Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope BCBGeneration’s wooden platform slingback sandals. Romper by Tibi, necklace by Fiona Paxton, bracelet by Amrita Singh, ring by Manu.

Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope Ruthie Davis’ neon pink peep-toe pump with rainbow straps. Top by Just Cavalli, pants by Jill Stuart, necklace by Disaya, bracelet by Amrita Singh.

Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope Jimmy Choo’s glitter platform wedges. Top by Milly, shorts by Whitney Eve, earrings by Disaya.

Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope Jean-Michel Cazabat’s leopard-print pumps. Dress by Betsey Johnson, stylist’s own necklace. Nina’s slingback sandals. Top by Alternative, skirt by Kate Spade, necklace by Fiona Paxton, bracelet by Amrita Singh.

Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope Something Bleu’s silver slingback. Dress by Theia, necklace by Fiona Paxton, ring by Stella & Dot, stylist’s own bracelet. Alexandre Birman’s snakeskin wedge. Dress by Jay Godfrey, necklace by Amrita Singh, bracelet by Carolee, earrings by Disaya.

Spring 2011: Fashion Kaleidoscope Top and jacket by Milly, skirt by Whitney Eve, necklace by Kate Spade, cuff by Stella & Dot.

Designers embraced their wild sides for spring with a kaleidoscope of neon colors, prints and over-the-top embellishments. Silhouettes run the gamut from sky-high platform pumps to strappy sandals to cut-out ankle boots.

(WWD)

Such beautiful things…makes me wish we could somehow fast forward to spring!

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BACKSTAGE / August 6 2010 2:07 PM

Jessica Simpson Talks Being Comfortable With Her Body In Lucky Magazine

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Jessica Simpson Talks Being Comfortable With Her Body In Lucky MagazineIn the September issue of Lucky magazine, singer Jessica Simpson spoke on being comfortable with her body. The singer revealed that she’s moved past trying to look like “the perfect Barbie type.” “We all obsess over looking like the perfect Barbie type, and that’s not always what’s beautiful,” Simpson explained to Lucky, reports People.com. “It’s about making peace with yourself.” Simpson also revealed that the iconic Jean Paul Gaultier is one of her favorite designers. “I’m a huge Jean Paul Gaultier fan,” said Simpson. “His pieces make my waist look good. Yes, they’re an investment, but I’ll have them when I’m old and gray.”
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BACKSTAGE, MEN'S / July 29 2010 4:00 PM

Can You Spot Which Bootie Sandal Is Steve Madden And Which Is Jessica Simpson?

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Can You Spot Which Bootie Sandal Is Steve Madden And Which Is Jessica Simpson?Can You Spot Which Bootie Sandal Is Steve Madden And Which Is Jessica Simpson?

Can You Spot Which Bootie Sandal Is Steve Madden And Which Is Jessica Simpson?

Can You Spot Which Bootie Sandal Is Steve Madden And Which Is Jessica Simpson?

Can You Spot Which Bootie Sandal Is Steve Madden And Which Is Jessica Simpson?

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BACKSTAGE, BEAUTY, MEN'S / July 27 2010 12:00 PM

Jessica Simpson’s Printed Maxis Look Like Picnic Blankets, Not Dresses

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Jessica Simpson’s Printed Maxis Look Like Picnic Blankets, Not DressesJessica Simpson’s Printed Maxis Look Like Picnic Blankets, Not Dresses

You can tell Jessica Simpson is from Texas, because she definitely prescribes to the “bigger is better” mentality – even when it comes to her summer dresses. Simpson looked like a big ole fool, in our opinion, in these oversize, tent-like patterned maxi dresses.

What she did wrong:

Patterns are great and so are maxi dresses, but avoid combining the two. Either opt for a patterned cocktail style, or a solid colored maxi.

These massive dresses do nothing to show off her toned legs and large bust. She looks more like a sack of potatoes, than the sexy Daisy Duke-wearer we once knew.

What she should have done:

Instead of Look 1:

Jessica Simpson’s Printed Maxis Look Like Picnic Blankets, Not Dresses

Since Jess clearly loves patterns and this bold, bright orange color, she should try a shorter, less-baggy style like this adorable, fitted Billabong Darling dress ($39.50).

Jessica Simpson’s Printed Maxis Look Like Picnic Blankets, Not DressesIf Jessica was a heartset on a maxi style, she should have gone with this bright, flattering ASOS Jersey Grecian Maxi Beach dress ($50.54) in a solid color.

Instead of Look 2:

Jessica Simpson’s Printed Maxis Look Like Picnic Blankets, Not DressesMaxi dresses are great because they hide all sins. You don’t need to look like you’re swimming in fabric, though; try this Daftbird Racerback Tank dress ($124). It is super comfy yet still body con and somehow slimming.

Jessica Simpson’s Printed Maxis Look Like Picnic Blankets, Not Dresses

Since we know Jessica loves her prints – including the green tiger concoction above – we found her this amazing Diane von Furstenberg Crinkle printed dress ($325). You just can’t go wrong with a ladylike DVF dress.

See all of our sales and deals, plus all of the best summer dresses, maxi dresses, sunglasses, nude shoes, wedges, and clogs. Then check out our guide to this week’s online sample sales.

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