Mary-Kate and Elizabeth Olsen doesn't quite have the same ring to it as Mary-Kate and Ashley, but we'll take it!
The sisters attended the CFDA Awards in New York on Monday night, looking pretty much as you'd expect.
MKO bandaged herself from neck to ankle in a vintage black Issey Miyake gown that swallowed up her petite frame, adding some color with gemstone drop earrings.
Elizabeth also went with an all-black look, wearing high-waisted trousers and boxy blazer by The Row.
Both girls seemed to have styled their hair as an afterthought, if at all.
Lizzie usually looks very chic, so we'll have to attribute this outfit to Mary-Kate's influence!
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Tags: cfda awards 2013, elizabeth olsen, issey miyake, mary kate olsen, new york, the row
TIME magazine has made a list of the top 100 most influential fashion icons since 1923, but it's who they left off the list that's really creating a buzz.
Noticeably missing from the list of designers, models, photographers, editors, muses, and stylists include Rachel Zoe, Tyra Banks, Roberto Cavalli, Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, Sarah Jessica Parker — and that's just off the top of our head!
Geez. TIME's selection committee is strict!
So who were the lucky 100 that made the cut? See for yourself AFTER THE JUMP!
Tags: alexander mcqueen, andy warhol, anna wintour, annie leibovitz, audrey hepburn, azzedine alaia, barbara paley, bettie page, beverly johnson, brigitte bardot, bruce weber, calvin klein, carine roitfeld, christian dior, christian louboutin, cindy crawford, coco chanel, cristobal balenciaga, david bowie, diana vreeland, diane von furstenberg, dolce and gabbana, edith head, eleanor lambert, ellen von unwerth, elsa schiaparelli, farrah fawcett, franca sozzani, gianni versace, giorgio armani, gisele bundchen, grace coddington, grace kelly, guy bourdin, heidi klum, helmut newton, herb ritts, hermes, horst p horst, hubert de givenchy, hussein chalayan, iman, irving penn, isabella blow, issey miyake, jacqueline kennedy onassis, jacques cartier, jacques heim, james dean, jane birkin, jean harlow, jean patou, jean paul gaultier, jean shrimpton, jeanne lanvin, jil sander, john galliano, josephine baker, karl lagerfeld, kate moss, katharine hepburn, lady gaga, levi strauss, linda evangelista, liz tilberis, louis reard, louis vuitton, madonna, manolo blahnik, marc jacobs, mario testino, martin munkacsi, mary quant, michael jackson, michelle obama, miuccia prada, naomi campbell, nick knight, olsen twins, patricia field, philip treacy, pierre cardin, princess diana, ralph lauren, rei kawakubo, rene lacoste, richard avedon, robin givhan, roy raymond, rudi gernreich, sara blakely, steven meisel, the beatles, tiffany and co, tom ford, twiggy, valentino, vera wang, vivienne westwood, yves saint laurent, zelda fitzgerald
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Lauren Conrad likes to match the way she smells to the season.
In a new blog post, LC dishes on what she'll be wearing now that the cooler months are upon us. She writes:
"To say I love perfume would be an understatement. For me, it’s a must. A fabulous fragrance is like the icing on a cake. It’s the final touch. Perfume exudes luxury, but for a fraction of the cost. After one spritz of my favorite eau de toilette (as the French would say) I’m instantly elevated—feeling feminine and downright divine.
I love to change up my perfume selections based on the season. In cooler months, I prefer sophisticated scents that are more saturated. Whether it’s a hint of musk, a dash of lily, or a trace of jasmine, I like to think my fall and winter perfumes are a tad more elegant. For fall, I love Miss Dior Cherie. And for winter, Issey Miyake is my go-to. Both scents have a lot more body compared to all of the lighter fragrances I usually wear during the spring and summer season."
What will U be wearing this fall and winter???
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Tags: fragrance, issey miyake, lauren conrad, miss dior cherie
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You can learn a lot of things from the flowers, just ask Yoshiyuki Miyamae.
The newly appointed creative director at Issey Miyake showed his first collection in Paris on Sunday that was inspired by the life of flower.
It kinda reminds us of the Christian Dior's haute couture collection shown in July of last year, but more toned down and not as exciting.
CLICK HERE to see more looks.
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Tags: christian dior haute couture, issey miyake, issey miyake spring 2012, paris fashion week
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