Molly Young flees paparazzi and fends off thunderstorms to give us a snapshot of life with Karlie.
These trendsetters prove that America's got talent—in spades, and stars and stripes!
Designer Jason Wu and model-muse Jacquelyn Jablonski on why loyalty might just be the key.
After years of living brightly on the color spectrum, writer Sloane Crosley goes back to basics.
Get cozy in the season's standouts—from floor-sweeping dusters to plush pastel teddy coats.
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Q: I don’t have huge breasts—and I like it that way. But all the unpadded un-pushup bras are super un-sexy. Help! A: It’s true. It’s a challenge to not look like the missing Girl Next Door if you want any kind of support in this world.
Q: Should you or should you not cover up a breakout? A: Makeup artists often give the deeply unhelpful and uncheering advice that everyone can see it anyway so why try to cover it up?
Q: I’m 27 and don’t look old enough to buy beer. Is there makeup that can help me look less preteen? A: Tasteful neutral eyeshadow plus a sweep of bronzy blush is sophisticated in a way that screams “I voted in the last election!”
Q: I’m a total heels girl. What looks good with flats? A: Flat sandals and/or boots, somehow, can be just as sexy if not sexier than heels.
Q: What colors/prints should girls with curves stay away from? A: Clothes with large, loud prints will make anybody look like a sofa if they’re too tight—and like hotel drapes if they’re too loose.
"Work pieces with edge are my way of not feeling like a character from Office Space."
She's the thinking woman's movie star, true. But that doesn't mean Rachel Weisz doesn't have very-very-strong opinions about footwear.
At a modish party in Austria, Jo Miller, mother of Sienna and Savannah, epitomized the chic, easygoing style that continues to inspire her daughters today.
How the star stays stylish and comfortable during those nine long months.
What our editors are wearing the week of June 13, 2011.
Because your shape shouldn't dictate your wardrobe.
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