08:17 PM EDT 10/16/2013
Originally posted 08/11/2013 09:50AM
It's one way to make a fashion statement.
Lake Bell posed nude for the Fall Fashion issue of New York magazine (on sale Monday), with ink as her only accessory.
The oversized monochromatic rose was designed by her tattoo-artist husband Scott Campbell. The pair were wed in June in New Orleans.
But Bell is making waves for reasons beyond the steamy cover. Her new film, In a World, which she wrote, directed and starred in, is getting rave reviews. Bell also won the prestigious U.S. Dramatic Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award for the film at the Sundance Film Festival in January.
Originally posted 08/09/2013 03:00PM
If Mumford & Sons' brand of homespun earnestness is too much for you, you're not alone: It's apparently too much for the band, who parodied themselves (with a little help from professionals) in the new video for "Hopeless Wanderer," which was totally shot at Schrute Farms.
Read on for other wonderfully random videos and more from this week:
Originally posted 07/27/2013 04:45PM
We want to see your statement necklaces, rings, danglers, studs and bracelets!
Originally posted 07/09/2013 11:00AM
There was more style than substance at Amanda Bynes's latest court appearance on Tuesday morning.
The actress, 27, showed up in a New York courtroom wearing an aqua-colored wig, as she faced a judge in connection with her alleged bong-throwing incident in May.
Bynes was silent in court as she was told to return Aug. 26 for another hearing.
Originally posted 07/02/2013 05:30PM
The years came and went, but Dale Irby's 1970s polyester shirt and coffee-colored sweater vest never got old.
Irby, 63, retired this year as an elementary school teacher in Texas, but not before making quite the career-long fashion statement: He wore the same cheesy outfit in his yearbook photo every year for 40 years.
It started off purely by accident.
Originally posted 06/28/2013 08:30AM
Obsessed with royal fashion? On July 4, an exhibition will open, showcasing some of the most iconic dresses of the last century.
The "Fashion Rules" exhibit presented by Kensington Palace includes gowns and outfits made famous by Queen Elizabeth II, the late Princess Margaret and Princess Diana – one of whose gowns is on loan from PEOPLE.
The princess's blue Jacques Azagury dress was bought for $26,450 at the Christie's of New York auction Diana held shortly before her tragic death in 1997.
Originally posted 05/14/2013 10:30AM
His full name may have been Kenneth Battelle, but to a half-century's worth of fashion editors, First Ladies and society women, he was simply "Kenneth."
Sunday at his home in Wappingers Falls, N.Y., two years after his retirement, he died at age 86, his company announced to The New York Times.
Among his clients: society doyenne Brooke Astor, stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Lucille Ball, Joan Rivers, Judy Garland, Lauren Bacall and Audrey Hepburn, as well as Jacqueline Kennedy, whose hair was done by Kenneth right before she accompanied her husband on the fateful trip to Dallas in November 1963.
Mrs. Kennedy, even when she later became Mrs. Onassis, also continued to visit his salon just off Fifth Avenue in New York, where she was always ushered into her own private area, another client of longstanding tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 05/05/2013 10:45AM
Readers chuckled when Victoria's Secret put model Kylie Bisutti in her place this week.
On Wednesday, Bisutti alleged that she "felt like a piece of meat" working for the company, and added that she had to "play down my marriage … because I was supposed to be flirting with everyone all the time."
Originally posted 04/09/2013 10:30AM
BFFs at 30,000 feet?
Gwyneth Paltrow and Demi Lovato met for the first time Monday – and seemed to make an instant bond over fashion as they showed up for the same flight in practically matching outfits.
The actresses both sported green military jackets, white T-shirts, jeans and ankle boots. But they didn't seem to mind, as both later posted giddily about the encounter on Twitter.
Originally posted 04/07/2013 12:55PM
Lillian Bostwick Phipps Pulitzer Rousseau – known since 1959, particularly in preppy enclaves, as the designer Lilly Pulitzer – died Sunday morning at her Palm Beach residence, the Palm Beach Post reports. She was 81.
She was "surrounded by family and loved ones," it was posted on her company's Facebook page, while the Post listed her survivors as her children Liza, Minnie and Peter Pulitzer, as well as her grandchildren.
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