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'American Horror Story' costume designer on 'Coven' and working on Ryan Murphy's new series

We may finally know who reigns supreme on American Horror Story: Coven, but series creator Ryan Murphy is keeping everyone guessing about what’s in store for season four — cast and crew included.

“You’ve heard more than I have,” joked costume designer Lou Eyrich — who made the move to AHS after overseeing the wardrobe on the first three seasons of Glee — when told that Murphy had hinted that the next installment would be set in 1950 and that “Jessica Lange has already started practicing her German accent.” While the Costume Designers Guild Awards nominee claims she’s in the dark about the details, she did admit that she’s heard rumors season 4 could return to New Orleans in June.

What is it like designing for an entirely new time and place each season?

“It’s like doing a movie every week,” Eyrich told EW, adding that she only had six weeks to ready the wardrobe for Coven and about four days to prep each episode. “Ryan Murphy has a vision before we even get started. He shares his ideas with me and then I do mood boards and we go over each character and decide what their look would be. This [past] season he wanted each character to have an iconic look. It’s both fun and quite intimidating.”

Read on for EW’s exclusive Q&A with Eyrich on her favorite costume moments from American Horror Story: Coven.

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'Miley Cyrus Unplugged': We rustle up the fashion details

Instead of stripping down for her MTV Unplugged  special, Miley Cyrus sequined up, going back to her Nashville roots and tipping her bedazzled hat to country music legend Dolly Parton.

Joined by backup singers in matching outfits, material cowgirl Madonna, and a guy — or two? — in a horse costume, Miley performed wearing more clothes than usual.

In an Instagram tease for the show, Cyrus’ stylist Simone Harouche posted a picture of a pasties-wearing Cyrus with the hashtag #bobmackiecowgirl, giving us a taste of the sparkly looks we’d see. (It was previously reported that, in addition to designs by Marc Jacobs, Roberto Cavalli and Jeremy Scott, the singer will wear pieces from the archives of Bob Mackie on her upcoming Bangerz tour. Mackie is perhaps best known as the man who designed the costumes for The Carol Burnett Show, wardrobed Barbra Streisand in Funny Lady, and dressed Cher in a Vegas showgirl-inspired ensemble for the Oscars.)

Read on for all of the fashion details from MTV’s Miley Cyrus Unplugged special. READ FULL STORY

Zooey Deschanel to release clothing line with designer Tommy Hilfiger

Zooey Deschanel is bringing her quirky style to a Macy’s near you.

The New Girl star has partnered with Tommy Hilfiger to create a 16-piece clothing collection called “To Tommy, From Zooey,” which is scheduled to arrive in stores this spring.

Items like coats and peek-a-boo print dresses will be priced between $98 and $199.

Several pieces combine ’60s mod silhouettes with color-blocking and nautical accents, a look the actress describes as “Modical.” According to a release from Hilfiger’s press team, the line “captures the buoyant attitude of the sixties, the decade in which Hilfiger made his fashion debut and from which Deschanel borrows her doe-eyed look.” READ FULL STORY

'The Bachelor' Wedding: What Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe wore

The bride wore a gown from — gasp! — two seasons ago, and the groom wore a borrowed designer tux.

From the nuptial ensembles to the rings and even the bride’s wedding night lingerie, ABC pulled out most of the stops for the nuptials of The Bachelor‘s Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici. (Life & Style estimates the cost of the made-for-TV ceremony to be somewhere around $250,000, which is just a drop in the bucket compared to the reported $4 million dollars spent on the nuptials of Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter in 2003.)

“I’ve always felt like a cute girl, trying to be fun and playful, but this time I’m really coming out as a woman and I want to wear something very form-fitting and sexy,” the bride told GMA‘s Lara Spencer during her hunt for the perfect dress. The groom also envisioned himself in a one-in-a-lifetime look. “This is my one chance to wear a baller tux,” he told ABC News.

Read on for all the fashion details from the Bachelor wedding.  READ FULL STORY

Grammys: All about Pharrell's hat

It’s not easy to upstage two guys in robot helmets, but Pharrell Williams and his big brown hat did just that at last night’s Grammys.

The music producer’s oversized topper was the most talked-about fashion moment of the night, inspiring a parody Twitter handle — @Pharrellhat, which currently has over 14,000 followers — an Instagram account, and the biggest red carpet Internet meme since Angelina Jolie’s right leg.

Where did Williams get his hat? And was he surprised that it became an instant pop culture phenomenon? Read on to find out.  READ FULL STORY

What They Wore: Beyonce, Jay-Z, and more stars who skipped the Grammys red carpet

If, like me, you thought the red carpet at tonight’s Grammy Awards was a little bit “meh,” it may have been because some pretty major stars skipped the fashion parade.

I’m looking at you, Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

Lorde, Julia Roberts, and Reverend Queen Latifah also must have entered the Staples Center through a side door, because we had to wait until the ceremony was well underway before we could get a glimpse at what they were wearing.

Click through the gallery to get the details on the most memorable Grammys looks you might have missed.  READ FULL STORY

Grammys Best Dressed: Who struck fashion gold? -- POLL

There was a parade of golden girls at the 2014 Grammy Awards.

Taylor Swift said she felt bulletproof in her chainmail inspired lamé and crystal mesh Gucci Premiere gown.

Rita Ora tried something different, opting to wear a metallic Lanvin cocktail dress — described by the label as “absinthe green” with “lavender undertones” — that was totally rock ‘n roll.

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Chrissy Teigen — who became Mrs. John Legend last fall — was dazzling in a strapless gown by designer Johanna Johnson.

Who was the ultimate golden girl? Cast your vote in the poll below.  READ FULL STORY

Grammys Guy Style: Who wore the oddest outfit? -- POLL

In a surprising fashion twist, it was the men who took the biggest fashion risks at tonight’s Grammy Awards.

For once, Ryan Lewis stole the style spotlight from Macklemore, thanks to a hideous houndstooth-print suit from Mr.Turk.

Steven Tyler took the title of all-time worst white suit from Celine Dion.

Pharrell? Is that you under that hat? Please tell me that this was all a big joke and you meant to inspire the biggest fashion meme since Angelina’s right leg. Please.

Who wore the oddest outfit at the Grammys? Cast your vote after the jump.  READ FULL STORY

'Today' show gang debuts Team USA Olympic opening ceremony uniforms

Anchors Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Carson Daly, and Natalie Morales led the fashion parade when the Team USA’s opening ceremony uniforms were unveiled on the Today show this morning.

Clad head-to-toe in the patriotic ensembles, the Today gang was joined by American curlers Jessica Schultz and Jared Zezel and Ralph Lauren’s David Lauren for the big reveal. “Ralph Lauren was inspired by the classic Americana patchwork quilts and sweaters,” Lauren explained of the outfit’s most eye-catching piece, a knit cardigan emblazoned with stars, strips, Olympic rings, and, of course, the fashion label’s own Polo logo.  Also included: a cream cotton turtleneck sweater, white fleece athletic pants, black leather boots with red laces, a cotton belt, reindeer hat, and mittens with the word “Gold” stitched on one palm.

Lauren was careful to point out that the uniform was made by hand in America. (Last year, Ralph Lauren came under fire when it was revealed that the uniforms worn by American athletes at the 2012 Olympics in London were manufactured in China.) According to a post on the Today show website, “the wool hails from Oregon, was spun in Pennsylvania, then yarned in North Carolina, before being knitted in California by the husband-and-wife team Ball of Cotton.”

Watch a video of Matt, Savannah, Carson and Natalie modeling the Team USA opening ceremony uniform after the jump.

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Naked or not? H&M asks fans to vote for their favorite David Beckham Super Bowl ad -- VIDEO

Covered or uncovered? H&M is asking fans to decide how much David Beckham they want to see on Super Bowl Sunday.

The Swedish retailer has released video clips for two versions of its new commercial for the David Beckham Bodywear line, which will premiere during the big game on Sunday, Feb. 2. The spot was shot by director Nicolas Winding Refn (Only God Forgives, Drive) Viewers with certain models of the Internet-connected Samsung Smart TV will be able to “buy it like Beckham,” shopping for items seen in the ads directly through their television.

Starting January 27, fans will be able to vote on whether they prefer their Beckham #covered or #uncovered. I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that the #uncovered ad — the clip implies that Beckham loses his underpants and arrives at an H&M photo shoot fully naked — will emerge victorious.

Watch the teaser clips for H&M’s David Beckham Bodywear Super Bowl commercial after the jump and decide for yourself.

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