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By Marcus Scott In showbiz, whether plugging the latest feel-good indie film project or mondo summer blockbuster motion picture of the year, when mixing movie stars and broadcast journalists, the results can sometimes be bits of magic or a disaster so big that absolutely zero crisis can be averted. After all, when the camera is rolling—it’s all an act and neither party wants to be made a laughing stock, especially on live air. Sure, there’s a glorification surrounding Hollywood’s rich and famous: riches in their bank accounts, a live a high roller lifestyle and an army of drones in their entourage that... CONTINUE READING 14



We’re so overwhelmed with all the ‘90s nostalgia soaking the Fall/Winter 2013 runways at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York, that we nearly forgot to look towards the future. Specifically, these 10 relatively new designers who stunned with innovative, unexpected takes on recent trends (Ruffian’s elaborate, gypsy-like take on the peplum top in crushed velvet) and unprecedented looks with no... CONTINUE READING 7


You still have a few weeks of winter left to get in on our favorite cold-weather trend. Celebrities from Naomi Watts to Taylor Swift and Vanessa Hudgens wear black and gold, and you can effortlessly flaunt this fab color combo, too. Maybe you won’t go for an all-sequin formal dress, but some things only go with the Golden Globes. We’ve... CONTINUE READING 2


Tired of snowmageddon cramping your style? Or, just feeling inspired by Prabal Gurung’s colorful collection for Target? Shake off the winter chill and spring forward with pastels, arguably one of this spring’s hottest trends. From lemon yellows to soft peachy pinks, we’re rounding up ten of our favorite pastel dresses to help spring-ify your winter wardrobe. - Courtney Leiva 1. Wet Seal... CONTINUE READING 7


Everyone knows that the Grammy Awards provide the best opportunity for celebrities to dress like lunatics. And lunacy was on full display at this year’s celebration, from green, of all colors, having a major red carpet moment on the likes of Florence Welch and Solange Knowles, to Jennifer Lopez’s take on the “Angelina Jolie leg.” Take a look at the... CONTINUE READING 26


We used to think that satchel bags, with their boxy shape and short handles, were strictly for women who wore shoulder pads and power suits to the office. But clearly, our minds were still stuck in the ‘80s -- along with those shoulder pads. The new satchels come in bright colors (like Furla’s neon rubber versions) and smaller sizes (see... CONTINUE READING 20


It’s time to start dreaming in technicolors. Bright colors were all over the spring runways, from sunset orange to emerald green. Here at Shecky’s Closet, our brand new jewelry collections offer any girl the opportunity to wear the trend -- without having to go nuts with electric blue shorts or last year’s neon platforms. Check out our gorgeous new finds... CONTINUE READING 2


It’s not every day that we see perfectly executed side-boobage, but, then again, the SAG Awards are only held once a year. And precarious (and braless) cleavage wasn’t the only surprising trend on display on January 27, when the awards took place in Los Angeles. Below, we chose two other color trends that we’re majorly in love with for spring:... CONTINUE READING 5


Revamping your hairstyle for the spring season (we promise -- it’s coming sooner than you think!) is easier than ever this year. From low buns to deep side parts, you don’t have to master any advanced hair techniques to be fashionable. We narrowed down the top 5 hairstyles that were seen on the runway that’s perfect for your mini hair... CONTINUE READING 7


As all fashionistas know, before the highly anticipated Fall/Winter ready-to-wear collections are shown in New York, Milan and Paris every February, the grand Parisian fashion houses show off their haute couture designs for a select few. Naturally, some of the most clothing-obsessed celebrities attend, eager to buy one-of-a-kind pieces for the Oscars, or to become a muse to Raf Simons... CONTINUE READING 7


Hair jewelry -- an accessory once confined to the bridal world, and, well, Cleopatra -- is having another moment. Bedazzled head pieces are popping up everywhere, from the runways to the red carpet to the streets. We’re loving the versatility and all the new ways to decorate your head. Not a tiara girl? No problem -- slip on a turban... CONTINUE READING 7