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The Limited Scandal Collection

The Fridays after ABC's hit show Scandal airs, our Twitter feed is buzzing with queries and comments about it, namely what the drama's heroine Olivia Pope wore. Not since Carrie Bradshaw has a television character's sartorial tastes ignited such a frenzy among fashion lovers--naturally, a capsule collection is in the works so fans of the series can dress just like its leading lady. Come September, fashion inspired by Olivia Pope's classic trousers, pretty blouses, and ridiculously chic outerwear will be sold at The Limited. Kerry Washington, the actress who portrays Olivia Pope had this to say about the collection, "People who love the look of the show can now step into this world in a way that is affordable and accessible. It’s been really fun to have a voice at every stage of the production from picking buttons, choosing fabrics and weighing in on hair and makeup people." Washington, along with Scandal costume designer Lyn Paolo, has been working with The Limited’s head of design Elliot Staples on the 42-piece collection, which will retail from $49 to $248. While this is not the first television show-inspired clothing collection (remember the Mad Men collection at Banana Republic), it is the first time a national retailer, a major TV show, its costume designer and its leading actor have linked up.

Prabal Gurung MAC Cosmetics

Sometimes fashion designers dabble in the beauty arena and we get really excited. But excitement is a bit of an understatement when it comes to the news that fashion darling Prabal Gurung is doing a color collection...with MAC Cosmetics...for the holidays! Gurung, who had a successful collaboration with Sally Hansen, is known for sending models down the runway in vivid makeup looks (just check out the must-have orange lips on the model above), so we can likely expect to see some very bold colors come November 26 when the deco-inspired collection hits MAC counters. "I think what you try to create is a moment and emotion that, when people look at the particular girl with the hair, makeup, and clothes, it’s a split second of emotion and they’ll walk away feeling something immediately, or when they see something else, they’ll remember that particular moment," the designer previously said to InStyle. Obviously we can't wait until the holiday season so we can make some memorable moments with our Prabal Gurung for MAC products.

Zac Posen

Zac Posen already has a pretty impressive resume, designing for his eponymous and diffusion lines, collaborating with David's Bridal, dressing countless Hollywood A-listers (including Amanda Seyfried, Claire Danes, and Beyonce to name a fabulous few), and judging Project Runway, but the New York-based designer is adding yet another title--Creative Director for Brooks Brothers woman's mainline and accessories lines. While Posen is known for his dramatic, red carpet gowns, he believes he will fare well with the classic, New England American aesthetic of Brooks Brothers, telling WWD, "[I'm] honored and excited to be embarking on this incredible opportunity to take the Brooks Brothers women’s brand into the future while respecting its deep, rich American heritage as an institutional company." Posen's first collection with the clothing chain is set to hit stores in the spring of 2016.

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Elle Woods

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For all the design buffs, type made out of sweet, little flowers on Wit + Delight. Really, you've got to see these images to appreciate the loveliness.

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Love, love, love these retro glam photos on Meg Biram.

Oh My Bow Hair Ties

Here's the thing, we have a really hard time dealing with the weather when it heats up, namely what it does to our hair. Needless to say, the humble ponytail is our hairstyle of choice for summer, but admittedly, it can be a little boring. We want to make our hair look as cute as possible, so we're loving these Oh-My-Bow Hair Ties. Not only are they lifesavers when we need to keep from looking like a hot mess, the colors are super cute, and luckily, we can wear them with just about everything in our closet. And unlike other hair ties, these have an adorable little bow that makes them extra special. Bring on the heat and humidity!

Rita Ora My NY DKNY

First pop singer Rita Ora walked the DKNY Spring 2014 runway, closing the show, then she sang at the brand's 25th anniversary bash, and now she's the face of the newest fragrance from DKNY, My NY. "The fragrance celebrates New York City, which is unlike anyplace else in the world. I love the idea of being part of a campaign that captures the spirit of New York and the stories of women here, passionate about their dreams," said the singer/actress of My NY, which she also calls "energy in a bottle." The campaign, which includes both TV and print, was shot in New York's famed Times Square by Francesco Carrozzini, and is set to launch later this year, with print appearing in the August glossies and the TV ad popping up for the holidays. The fragrance blends notes of  raspberries, pink pepper, Egyptian jasmine, freesia , Patchouli Heart LMR,  and vanilla absolute, and will be available in three sizes--1 oz, 1.7 oz, and 3.4 oz--as well as shower gel, body lotion, and roller ball. The pale pink tinted juice comes in a heart-shaped bottle with a silver metallic skyline cap, and is sure to be a best-seller among the young, hip, and energetic. "If Rita can’t sell it, I don’t know who can," said Donna Karan of her fragrance muse. "I think Rita’s a great representative of DKNY. She’s full of life, she’s about what everyone wants to feel — energy. I love the girl as a person, too. She walks the talk."

Russell Westbrook
NBA star Russell Westbrook is a style icon in his own right, often showing up at post-game press conferences looking geek chic in bold prints or leaving the locker room sporting a very cool plaid blazer, and now his style sense is paying off--the Oklahoma City Thunder point guard is teaming up with Barneys New York for an exclusive multi-designer collaboration. The basketball pro will work with several menswear designers, including Want Les Essentiels, Marcelo Burlon, Selima Optique, Nike Jordan, to design collections of denim, sportswear, leather goods, shoes, bespoke luggage, and eyewear. "We chose the designers because they were experts in their field and there was a natural fluidity with Russell’s style and taste. But everything was very collaborative," said Barneys executive VP for menswear, Tom Kalenderian, in a statement to WWD. "I’m kind of like a designer," said the print-loving baller. "My personal style changes every season." If his ever-changing personal style is an indication of what to expect from the collections, we can't wait to start shopping.

Fondue Slippers

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Blake Lively (aka The Girl With The Most Enviable Hair Ever) is spilling to Glam how she gets those beachy waves.

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Aldo Tober sandal
We take sandal season very seriously--the right sandal can work with a number of outfits--so obviously we're in love with this Aldo Tober Sandal. Talk about perfect! It's simple, no fuss or frills, but this sandal works as well with sundresses and maxi skirts as it does with boyfriend jeans and cutoffs (all of which we will be rocking this summer). And while we are simply mad for a great pump, this flat can be worn any place to which we would typically wear high heels, plus the beach, the ball park, a garden party, and every other outdoor event we plan to attend this summer. See? Perfect.

Christian Siriano

Christian Siriano is having an amazing career as a fashion designer, with numerous A-list celebs choosing to wear his creations on the red carpet, but the Project Runway Season 4 victor is returning to his roots in reality television with a new gig judging a fashion competition show. Threads is a reality TV show that follows contestants as they compete to win challenges given to them, but what makes this show different from other fashion competition programs is that the contestants are teens and tweens. Siriano will join Seventeen magazine's fashion director Gina Kelly and accessories editor Jasmine Snow, and YouTube style expert Ingrid Nilsinwith on the judges' panel, with Vanessa Simmons hosting. "Each week, three new contestants pull out their scissors, sketchbooks and skills to see who can out-design the competition and set the new standard for the future of fashion," according to The Hollywood Reporter. But here's what we're most excited about: the grand prize package, worth $25,000, includes a scholarship to FIDM! We simply cannot wait to watch this one!

Olivia Palermo

Olivia Palermo has been photographed countless times wearing Westward Leaning shades, so it was really just a matter of time before the blogger/model/fashion maven collaborated with the sunglass brand, which launched in '12. Palermo helped design eight new exclusive frames, each featuring muted gold reflective lenses and named after her favorite destinations, including Berlin, Saint Germain, and Palm Beach. Ten dollars from the sale of each pair, all of which are available now on OliviaPalermo.com and WestwardLeaning.com, will be donated to ADCAM's Massai Project, Palermo's favorite cause. When asked about the perfect sunglasses, Palermo said they should be "well made, [have] a great shape, and go with everything." We've no doubt the OP x WL collection of shades meet the criteria. 

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Okay, so now that DVF is involved will you wear Google Glass? Glam has the scoop on the collaboration.

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Samantha of Could I Have That shares her thoughts on Garnier's new Clean+ line of facial care.

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Forever 21 Around the World Wire Headwrap

The World Cup is just ten short days away and, while fashion is our sport of choice, soccer, the month-long World Cup in particular, is rather exciting. We're team USA all the way, natch, but we couldn't help but fall in love with this Around the World Wire Headwrap. It's so fun and colorful and it's less than $4 (so the price-per-wear is practically free!)! We're thinking we can wear this little cutie all summer with sweet little sundresses, shorts and tees, and just about all our denim pieces. And of course we'll be rocking it for the next month as we cheer on Team USA!


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