The color of money is tops this summer (check out Shrek 2), but the bottoms are white for a look that's cool as grass and fresh as a daisy
Sanaa Lathan, in a Diab'less top, at a New York City show opening.
Elisabeth Röhm, in a camisole by Miguelina, at a party in New York City.
Maria Menounos, in an Anja Flint top, at the MTV Movie Awards in L.A.
Amber Valletta, in a vintage dress, at N.Y.C.'s Tribeca Film Festival.
Behind the Seams
The Stepford Wives is Faith Hill's first foray onto the big screen, but this red-carpet veteran is no fashion robot: She wows in Prada at the film's Los Angeles premiere.
MAMA'S GOT A BRAND NEW BAG: What do you buy the baby—and mother—who have everything? Figure it's got to be personalized. That's why Gwyneth Paltrow's former assistant bought the new mom a pink leather Shih diaper bag with her daughter's name on it. Brooke Shields owns a tote, and Sharon Osbourne snagged one for a pal. Never too young for an "it" bag, this Apple doesn't fall far from the tree....
Shih diaper bag, $148, letters and charms, $8 each; www.shopkitson.com
JEWELS BY ABDUL: Paula Abdul is a rising star in her own right—designing Innergy Paula Abdul, a new line of jewelry for Sam's Club debuting next month. The American Idol judge has been creating baubles for the A.I. crew for a while now, and replicas of those pieces will be available. The necklaces come with inspirational tags like the musical note that says, "Sing Your Heart Out as If No One's Listening." But it's nice when millions of Americans are....
Gold and diamond note necklace, $317; www.samsclub.com
FACE TIME: Beauty knows no pain. It doesn't know patience either. Which is why after skin treatments, stars use Dermacia LycoGel makeup so they can get back to work—fast. Developed by plastic surgeons and dermatologists, it's made with a live yeast-cell derivative that they claim helps skin breathe and brings moisture to irritated areas. Charlize Theron just uses it for its great coverage and even had it delivered to her new movie set....
Dermacia LycoGel foundation, $40; 888-800-4627.
DEFINING MOMENT: Ashton Kutcher so loved the $65,000 diamond-and-white-gold Dunamis timepiece he recently bought that he told its designer, Jason Arasheben, that he was going to build his wardrobe around it. If the subtle black vest and gray pants he wore to present at the MTV Movie Awards are any indication, he's ready to let the watch bling.
Only 25 Hourglass Edition watches (with 21.6 carats of diamonds each) are made a year.
Celebs fess up at a party for the new Christian Dior D'Trick Collection: What was your first Dior purchase?
"A pair of earrings that had a C and a D on them. I thought they were cute because it stands for Carmen and Dave [Navarro, her husband]. I know it's a little corny, but I think it's romantic and sweet."
"I have a navy blue 1960 Dior suit that I bought from a vintage store. I'm too scared to wear it out because I don't want to get it ruined. I love it."
Two, two, tunics are fun. Nicole Richie and Jessica Simpson seem to be enjoying the same one by Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent. The big difference? Richie's sash is softly tied, while Simpson cinches hers at the waist, showing off her figure.
Want to establish your pooch as posh? The hottest dogs in Hollywood are donning Fab Dog collars available in stylish patterns that could just as easily be worn by their human owners. Kate Hudson and Kristin Davis's canines have one in Asian brocade, while Hilary Swank's hound has the pink-and-black polka-dot fabric version. That's puppy love.
Fab Dog collars, $38; www.fab-dog.com