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Stefano Tonchi Wonders If Fashion Week Is Worth the Bother 20100304_threeup_560x375.jpgDo fashion shows still matter? And are these clothes worth the nine-hour flights? Everyone can view the collections online, and more houses each season are live-streaming shows online. [@CutBlog]



Kelly Osbourne’s New Lavender Hair: Love It Or Hate It? kelly-osbourne-300x400.jpgFormer DWTS star Kelly Osbourne instantly became this season’s “it” girl, appearing in the front row and walking in fashion shows in designer frocks that showed off her newly svelte figure. And now the reality-TV star has us buzzing again with her newly-dyed purple locks which she debuted yesterday on her Twitter account. [@StyleWatchMag]



The high cost of Oscar styling on Shine Screen-shot-2010-03-03-at-10.41.13-AM.jpgEveryone wants to look glamorous and distinctive on the red carpet and most can’t do that without the help of a professional stylist who has relationships with designers and can score the best couture options. Stylist fees range widely from $1,500 to $6,000 per day. [Shine]


Naomi Campbell Supposedly Attacked Her Driver Over a Man Fashion+For+Relief+Pop+Up+Shop+wZk1wPlTgvll.jpgMore details have emerged in Naomi Campbell’s latest alleged assault against the help. Twenty-seven-year-old driver told cops that Campbell became furious, and just before they got to the Queensboro Bridge, slapped and hit him from the backseat, knocking his head against the steering wheel. [@CutBlog]



How They Wear: Nude Tones 3.htw-nude-tonesFINALUPLOAD.jpgFrom blush to beige to ecru and eggshell right now neutral apparel has some serious appeal. Of course, there are a few differences to the way our favorite fashion-philes are incorporating this hue into their repertoire. [@WhoWhatWear]




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Here are this week’s must-reads from Elle.com:
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The main attraction at Milan Fashion Week were the fall collections on the runway, but what we really love to see are the chic looks worn on the streets. ELLE snapped some fabulous looks (including stylist Rachel Zoe) in their street chic daily column. 

Laini Reeves tends to the tresses of Hollywood’s elite (think Emily Blunt, Michelle Williams, and Kate Bosworth). The coiffeur shares her current hair obsessions and red carpet predictions for the 2010 Oscars.

Fresh off a No Doubt reunion tour and the spring show of her fashion line, L.A.M.B., Gwen Stefani touched down in New York recently to introduce the latest iteration of her Harajuku Girls fragrance franchise. She sat down with ELLE to reflect on her trademark style and what makeup she can’t live without.

Though she doesn’t often waiver from her trademark long waves, check out Taylor Swift’s  best hairstyles through the years and vote for your favorites.

Are you a true lady or a wild child? Romantic or bohemian? Take this personal style quiz to discover your sartorial sensibility and find the perfect pieces for your wardrobe.


For more access to exclusive fashion editorials, beauty product reviews, and profiles of emerging fashion designers, visit ELLE.com


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I’m sure you’ve noticed that the days are getting longer, which means spring is not far away. Most of us are ready for sunny spring days to arrive after a long, cold winter. If warm weather has not yet graced your part of the country - at least you can daydream. Think above the knee short sleeve shirtdresses for spring and summer. I am particularly loving Jason Wu’s pink silk belted shirtdress. Just toss it on a shirt dress make dress, wrap a belt around your waist (or not!) and slip on some strappy criss-cross wedge sandals. Et voila, you are ready to welcome spring!

A youthful flouncy look can be yours with this Free People Striped Shirtdress (top left, $108 at Shopbop.com). Button up the 6-button closure and you’ll be all tied up with a canvas waist tie and cute cuffed elbow-length sleeves. Perfect for a Sunday brunch or weekday office wear, the Ann Taylor Loft Petite Tie Neck Shirtdress (top middle, $79.50 at Ann Taylor Loft) is made of cotton with a touch of sheen. You’ll be pretty in ‘hot’ pink in this shirtdress adorned with a ruffle tie collar and smocking at sleeves. For an edgier, downtown take on the shirt dress is Rogan’s Innes shirtdress (top right, $288.00 at Shopbop), made of twill and buttoned up with a slouchy loose fitting silhouette, self-belt and shirttail hem. Jason Wu’s Silk Shirtdress (bottom left, $995 at Neiman Marcus) is a luxe version of the classic ’50s inspired belted shirtdress is re-interpreted by Wu into a decadent pink multi-color abstract print. Gorgeous waves of silk adorn this notched collar and button front belted dress featuring an A-line skirt.

Step into a pair of criss cross wedge sandals to accessorize your springtime shirtdress. My faves include wood-soled Belle by Sigerson Morrison Crisscross Wedge Sandals (top, $240 at Saks.com). Love the contrast of pebbled leather, wood and stud detailing. You’ll be wearing these all through the summer! From Diane von Furstenberg is the Opal Wedge Platform Sandal (bottom, $295 at Saks). A streamlined modernist take on the wedge sandal, definitely a statement shoe with a sculpted wooden wedge and back zip closure.

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