August 28 2014

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EXCLUSIVE: Karlie Kloss Sports Nike’s Newest (and Coolest) Hoodie


kloss-sizedkloss-2Nike just debuted its Fall 2014 Tech Pack collection of pants, hoodies, and jackets for men and women. (Lined with the brand’s signature Tech Fleece, these pieces are especially perfect for winter running.) We’re most excited about the updated version of one of our favorite workout pieces, the Tech Butterfly Jacket. It’s anything but your average gray sweatshirt—it’s got an oversize hood, dolman sleeves, an asymmetric front zip, and draping in the back. To model it for its lookbook, Nike enlisted top female athletes like Serena Williams, Genie Bouchard, and Angelica Bengtsson. As it turns out, Karlie Kloss is also a fan of the jacket—we have exclusive shots of her sporting it, here. The collection ($80 to $150) will be available online at on August 21 and in Nike stores on August 28.

Photos: Courtesy of Nike

The 15 Looks You Loved Most This Week


Look of the dayWhat do Kim Kardashian and Rihanna have in common? Other than world-famous rear views, both are coveting Ulyana Sergeenko’s silky kimonos. Kim wore a teal robe to Jimmy Kimmel Live, while Rihanna styled her nude version with a matching bodysuit at the MTV Movie Awards. We dedicated a Look of the Day poll to the boudoir-inspired trend on Wednesday, then asked you to play favorites. It didn’t surprise us that Rihanna took first place. What else was on our minds this week? On Monday, we rounded up our favorite high necklines of late. In a sequined black Tamara Mellon dress, Karlie Kloss looked sexy and chic without revealing too much skin. Her look won first place, followed by Lottie Moss’ more casual blue suede number. On Tuesday, we turned our attention to our favorite performances at the Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago. Indie It girl Jenny Lewis took to the stage in a starry rainbow suit, which won your vote by a landslide. And on Friday, we had a little too much fun hunting down photos of Pharrell-inspired Western hats. The musician’s Vivienne Westwood topper sparked a global phenomenon last January, inspiring stylish risk-takers like Anna Dello Russo to try one on for size. See all of the week’s winning looks here, plus a few runners-up for extra inspo.

Happy Birthday, Karlie Kloss and Jourdan Dunn—Here Are Our GIFs to You



They share shoes, a love of food, and the supermodel limelight. Birthday besties Karlie Kloss and Jourdan Dunn—or #Jourlie, as they’ve affectionately been dubbed—have hit it off since meeting at the Fall ’08 Prada show. Together, the powerhouse pair have since tackled runways like Valentino, DVF, DKNY, and the Victoria’s Secret catwalk. But there’s more to this friendship than cute selfies, goofing off backstage, and Kloss’ appearance on Dunn’s cooking show, Well Dunn. Not only do the twosome like to enjoy a girls’ night in, Kloss plays godmother to Dunn’s son, Riley. Today, we salute the supermodel stars on their birthday, with our five favorite GIFs of #Jourlie.

1. Serenading us with song, on the streets of Paris.


2. Jinxing each other again.


3. Jourdan teaches Karlie the Harlem Shake after the Burberry Prorsum Fall 2013 show.


4. Chanel Iman gets in on the fun at London fashion week Fall 2013.


5. Expressing their love for Cara Delevingne.


Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift: Summer Style Style Twins


Celebrity Sightings In New York City - July 14, 2014

Karlie Kloss has more in common with Taylor Swift than a new blond ‘do—it turns out the BFFs have a matching weekend uniform, too. Spotted at Sarabeth’s in Tribeca, their off-duty style seems to consist of simple T-shirts, ladylike black bags, and—what else?—denim. Swift opted for distressed cutoffs, while Kloss gave us serious white jean envy. Both looks epitomized a laid-back summer vibe. For more style inspiration, you can check out our favorite cutoff moments and today’s brand-new shopping guide dedicated to another summer favorite: chambray shirts.

Celebrity Sightings In New York City - July 14, 2014

Photo: Raymond Hall/GC Images

The Supes Come Out for a Cause


Christy Turlington Burns, Roger Ross Williams

Last night, just in time for Mother’s Day, Christy Turlington Burns and Citizens of Humanity debuted the short documentary Every Mile, Every Mother, the former’s latest directorial effort. Also on hand in the Soho House cinema was Academy Award-winning director Roger Ross Williams, screening his new work, Tutu: The Essence of Being. Karlie Kloss and Dree Hemingway both turned out to support the supe, and’s associate news editor, Katharine K. Zarrella, moderated a discussion between Turlington Burns and Williams on filmmaking and philanthropy. Turlington Burns, who was recently named one of the Time 100 for her charitable work, spoke frankly about the transition from A-list model to advocate: “For a long time I did feel like I had to separate [fashion] from the person I wanted to become. But this morning I was somebody else, and yesterday I was somebody else.” When asked whether she was daunted by the prospect of debuting her film alongside the Oscar vet, Williams quickly interjected, “You should be asking me how it feels to debut my film alongside one of the most beautiful women in the world.” Despite the shorts’ seemingly disparate subject matter (Every Mile offers an emotional look at a team running for Turlington Burns’ maternal health charity, Every Mother Counts, in the Hood to Coast relay race; Tutu is a hopeful snapshot of Bishop Desmond Tutu and his wife, Leah), Williams offered up the unifying factor: “It’s about speaking out. It’s about not being silent.”

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