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- Flip your way through our September reading list! — Love & Sex
- Tuck your kids into these amazing sleeping bags — Moms
- Relive the best runway moves from Fashion Week — Fashion
- Eat this, not that, and keep up with your diet! — Fitness
- Make and bake the perfect pie crust — Food
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- Revel in the street style beauty looks from Paris Fashion Week — Beauty
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- Coast along with these hand-painted coasters — Home
As is the Saint Laurent way, creative director Hedi Slimane's Spring 2014 show was gloriously glamorous. Like seasons past, Slimane opted for a luxurious beauty look, and for this season it was all about the eyes. Inky black lined the eyes and extended into a graphic cat eye. Skin was luminous, and the hair was unexpected. Models appeared to be sporting their natural textures as they made their way down the runway, creating a dichotomy between the hair and makeup. This is one look we can absolutely start wearing now.
Have no fear, the Complete Gift Guide for the season is here! Not only does Coach have luxurious gifts for everyone at every price, they've impeccably curated them into one must-see, must-shop online resource, featuring sections such The Holiday It List (with edited gift lists from tastemakers like supermodel Karlie Kloss) and The Best of the Best (with the brand's all-out fave picks for him, her, and you).
As if you weren't already feeling like the most sophisticated shopper ever, Coach also offers Holiday at Your Service, an extensive list of five-star services like free shipping, free gift boxes, free monograms, and more!
Visit Coach.com to view the Complete Gift Guide for yourself, and check out this slideshow now for peek at what we're most excited to give — and get!
Carey Mulligan is a brunette again. After a brief stint as a brown-haired beauty a few years back and then returning to her usual blond, the actress has gone back to a chocolate hue. Carey showed the new look off at the Inside Llewyn Davis premiere at the New York Film Festival yesterday. Known for her short coifs, Carey's looks have run the gamut from gamine pixie to '20s-flapper waves. While blond is her go-to color, is the change to brunette a good one?
The latest trend in skin perfection is face masks in the form of cloth sheets drenched with potent skin ingredients. Whether you have blemished skin, dryness, or a blotchy complexion, there's a sheet mask out there made for your specific concerns. Click on to find out which ones were made for your skin type.
Usually women stray away from heavy under-eye makeup, but Elie Saab is flipping that rule on its head. At the Spring 2014 presentation, the traditional smoky eye was inverted to concentrate most of the color underneath the eye with a foggy fade on the lids. The team at Elie Saab also remixed the standard approach to headbands, too. Each gold band was layered over and under hair for a woven element. The front of hair was slicked back to make way for superstraight strands down the models' backs. To finish it all off, the nails were a subtle gray shade. We think we've got our Spring night-out look down pat.
When restaurant and nightclub Tao opened its doors in downtown New York City, the stars flocked to the new space to celebrate its opening. From Sofia Vergara's signature waves to Naomi Campbell's sexy smoky eye, see how the stars dressed up for the evening — you might want to try out a look or two. Just keep clicking!
Even behind the stylish shades, Stella McCartney couldn't hide the big name models like Joan Smalls, Miranda Kerr, and Cara Delevingne walking in her Spring 2014 show. Underneath those shades, models wore Cleopatra-esque eyeliner that extended around the eye ending in a winged tip. The brows were filled in, and the rest of the face was neutral. Hair was pulled back into a low ponytail with a sideswept bang.
Picking the perfect Halloween costume can be daunting, can't it? Well, let us be the first to say that the easiest way to come up with an outfit is look to your favorite celebrities. These five ladies in the spotlight will be easy to emulate this Halloween, whether you're a watercolor woman à la Lady Gaga or revel in retro beauty like Lana Del Rey. Plus, shop the necessities for each look below. On Kirbie: H&M top.