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There’s nothing basic about black when Stevie Nicks wears it!
Well, she actually only wears black, but she does it well!
But that was partially because she complemented her draped top, blazer, and maxi skirt combo with diamond necklaces and a ring for every finger in true Stevie fashion.
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Miz Nicks went for a simple, all-black number that showed a seksi glimpse of shoulder, while Hillary's Stella McCartney frock featured white sleeves and zig-zag panels down the sides.
Each musician incorporated a few pieces of statement jewelry, and Stevie finished up her look with ombre shaded aviators.
Lookin' good, gals!!
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How's this for something different?
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UGG creative director Leah Larson gives the deets about the pre-fall and fall 2012 lines
The fashion biz looks great on Steven Tyler!
The American Idol judge turned designer previewed the spring collection for his clothing line, Andrew Charles, a collaboration with Andy Hilfiger (brother of Tommy Hilfiger) at Macy's in El Lay this past Saturday.
Aerosmith’s leading man, who was the inspiration for the line’s menswear, donned an inneresting outfit with bedazzled jeans and a see-through shirt, and managed to polish off the look with a VERY fashionable accessory… his model daughter Chelsea Tyler!
The “rocker inspired” collection will roll out this September and be sold exclusively at select Macy’s and available online at Macys.com.
Check out a preview of the hawt collection in the pics (below)! What do U think of the outfits???
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The Aerosmith front man has teamed up with Andy Hilfiger aka Tommy Hilfiger's brother on a "rocker inspired" clothing line called Andrew Charles.
Andrew Charles rock-n-rolls into Macy's in September with a collection of scarves called Rock Scarf launching in October.
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Fashionistas everywhere have come to know Stevie Nicks as the quintessential bohemian fashion icon, but how she adopted that style may come as a surprise.
In a recent interview Stevie revealed:
"It was very conscious to have a look. I went out in 1973 with Fleetwood Mac and just went out and packed a suitcase with my street clothes. We stayed at very nice hotels and I immediately gained 10 lbs. I was horrified every single day trying to put together some kind of an acceptable outfit to wear on stage.
So when I got home from that tour I met with a designer and said I need a uniform, I need something that is fantastic that I can wear. I need two skirts, two leotards, two pairs of fantastic boots, a little English riding jacket [and] a long black chiffon scarf. I need like the Donna Karan’s seven pieces. And she made it."
Stevie added she's still coming up with stage costume ideas and is single handedly bringing back the Victorian ball gown.
You go girl!
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