Stars are on the Lam ... Derek Lam, that is. The designer's buckled Duffle coat for Tod's is the go-to casual chic coat of the season
Tod's Duffle coat, $2,500—$3,200; 800-457-8637
KRISTIN DAVIS at a party in Los Angeles.
KATIE HOLMES out and about in Los Angeles.
SIENNA MILLER out for a walk in London.
LUCY LIU at a party in New York City.
Haylie Duff rang in the New Year on a fashionable note in the vintage Paul-Louis Orrier dress she wore to a bash she hosted in Miami.
Behind the Seams
BABY LOVE: She may have put nameplate necklaces on the map, but Sarah Jessica Parker now prefers to keep another bauble close to her heart: The star recently purchased Emily & Ashley's monogram necklace, which features son James Wilkie's initials. Other stars who've ordered similar pieces include Angie Harmon and Demi Moore—whose version features three charms, one for each daughter....
Emily & Ashley 14k gold monogram necklace with white sapphires, $1,260; 212-327-2765.
A LITTLE BIRDIE: Stars may like their T-shirts simple and sleek, but that doesn't mean there's no room for a bit of personality too: Supersoft Daftbird tees feature contrast stitching and witty elbow patches—just enough detail to hook Jennifer Garner, Ashlee Simpson and Cate Blanchett, who've all bought the shirts....
Daftbird Elbow Patch tee in burnt rose, $68; 888-547-2554.
LUCKETT CHARM: If you're shopping in Houston's trendy Lady L Boutique, don't be surprised to see a platinum-selling pop star straightening your fitting room. "I love cleaning and hanging things up!" says LeToya Luckett, who recently topped charts with "Torn" and "She Don't" while also running her clothing store, frequented by the likes of Ciara and Kelly Rowland. The former Destiny's Child member opened the boutique—which offers items from Siwy, T-Bags and, yes, Beyoncé's line House of Deréon—in 2004 but has noticed an uptick in customers since her album LeToya became a hit. "People come in to meet me, and they're surprised to see me ringing them up," laughs the hands-on Luckett, who designed the store's interior and handpicks all the merchandise (available at ladyelleboutique.com). "It's hard to schedule everything around what I do in the music industry, but I try to balance it the best I can."
COURTENEY COX ARQUETTE IN Dirt
As ruthless tabloid editrix Lucy Spiller on FX's new show Dirt, Courteney Cox Arquette is quite the devil in Prada. Literally. "We use a lot of Stella McCartney, Costume National and Prada," says costume designer LuEllyn Harper. "[Lucy's] in a powerful position, she can definitely afford the designers we use, and she dresses as somebody who has a lot of confidence." So much for journalists' ink-stained-wretches rep.
How can stars keep their hair healthy amid their ever-changing color schemes? "Good shampoos and conditioners are essential," says John Frieda's Sharon Dorram-Krause, who has colored Kates Hudson and Winslet. "So the color doesn't fade or dry out."
Kérastase Bain Satin 2 shampoo, $29; 877-748-8357 for stores.
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