WHAT’S ON OUR STYLE RADAR
Miranda’s Double-Denim Day
On their own, a chambray shirt and a pair of blue jeans wouldn’t get us style editors buzzing. But Kerr pairs the 7 For All Mankind pieces, adds designer accessories and makes us realize that basic + basic sometimes = amazing.
Contour blush in Olympia, $42; narscosmetics.com
Searches relating to how to contour with makeup recently jumped by 604%, according to Yahoo. People sought out products and tips, and yes, Kim, the Queen of Contouring, came up in many of those searches.
Peter Manning/Five Eight New York
Considering how ubiquitous petite sizing is in women’s clothing, it’s crazy that this is the first brand we’ve heard of doing it for dudes. Peter Manning offers tops and pants, all designed for the under-5’8″ male.
Everyday shirt, $98; petermanningnyc.com
Louboutin Nail Polish
The story goes that Christian Louboutin felt something was missing on a shoe he’d designed and decided to paint red polish on the sole. So it’s only fitting that the brand is now offering nail lacquers. All 31 shades come in this bottle, as spiky as his heels.
Christian Louboutin Beauté Nail Colour in
Rouge Louboutin, $50; christianlouboutin.com
Flats for Cat Lovers
Charlotte Olympia (the shoe designer worn by Lea Michele and Sofia Vergara, among others) just launched a collection of slip-ons, each depicting a different type of feline, from Clever Kitty (in glasses) to Pretty Kitty (donning a bow).
Kitty & Co. “Cheeky Kitty” flats, $595; charlotteolympia.com
THE STYLE SPECTRUM
In case the superlow neckline and thigh- high slit on this For Love & Lemons dress isn’t sexy enough, the design also features a tummy triangle (albeit a very small one).
She may be 50 years old, but Sandra looks decades younger in this blue Vionnet gown, complete with an on-trend yet tasteful peek of her ageless midriff.
The Girls star’s style is usually so ladylike that we were pleasantly surprised when she posed on the red carpet in this revealing (for her) navy striped Altuzarra number.
Sequins, a dark lip and a cutout? Kate’s Michael Kors gown and Edie Parker clutch could feel a little “Mo Trends Mo Problems,” but we think she pulls it off.
The Transformers actress paired a Balmain halter with a leather pencil skirt to create this belly-baring effect. We know what you’re thinking, and we’d like to transform our abs into Nicola’s too.