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Harry Styles gives fashion advice, Kate Moss poses for Playboy, and more

How does Harry Styles get dressed in the morning? Who is People’s choice for the best dressed star of 2013? Why is Barbie wearing a bandage dress?

Get the answers to these questions and more in today’s style and design headlines.  READ FULL STORY

Fashion Week: Harry Styles' rumored model girlfriend steals the show at Marc Jacobs

While most models are merely anonymous vehicles used to get the clothes down the runway, thanks to a rumored romance with One Direction’s Harry Styles and sightings with famous friends like Rihanna, catwalker Cara Delevingne really made a name for herself during Fashion Week.

Since she was spotted on a date with One Direction’s Harry Styles last week — the pair took in a performance of The Book of Mormon in London’s West End – Delevingne has become a person of interest to many outside of the fashion industry. Already considered a fashion It girl — she’s fronted ad campaigns for brands like Burberry, H&M, and Chanel — the 21-year-old British model stole the show at designer Marc Jacobs’ Spring 2014 presentation, held last night in New York City. One of the last models to arrive, Delevingne was whisked backstage where all eyes, several cameras and a video crew were on her as she was prepped by the hair and makeup teams. A short time later, organizers cleared the area so that she and the other models could get dressed for the show, always one of the most anticipated events at New York Fashion Week.

Hitting the runway in a fringe embellished sweatshirt, sequined pants, blue moccasin boots, and a cropped blonde wig, Delevingne blended into the gaggle of models — which also included Georgia Jagger, daughter of Rolling Stone frontman Mick Jagger — but if her relationship with Styles lasts, the model will have to get used to the extra attention.

“What I find hard is having to deal with all the people and all the c**p. It’s when the press and fans are following me most, and it’s when I work the hardest, so it’s kind of like, f***,” Delevingne recently told Industrie magazine of the pressures of walking in fashion week shows around the globe.  READ FULL STORY

Jimmy Kimmel plays a prank on the Fashion Week crowd -- VIDEO

Not long after revealing that he was the mastermind behind the twerking-girl-catches-fire video that recently went viral, Jimmy Kimmel was up to more tricks, this time taking aim at the fashion industry.

On last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel presented the Fashion Week edition of “Lie Witness News,” a regular segment where passersby are asked to comment on fake headlines cooked up by Live‘s writers . “I assume that people know about fashion and I don’t, the way some people appreciate opera or ballet and I don’t,” said the late night host. To test his theory, Kimmel sent a video crew to the Fashion Week tents in New York City to ask “self-proclaimed fashion fans and professionals in the industry” to share their thoughts on up-and-coming designers and weigh in on some recent runway trends.

The punchline? The designers don’t exist — even better, the producer throws out names like Willy Loman (the protagonist in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman), Meadowlark Lemon (a former pro basketball player), and Joe Isuzu (the fictional car pitchman played by actor David Leisure) —  there is no such thing as the Christian Louboutin,”Uniboot,” and not one Fashion Week model has sauntered down the catwalk with dog poop on her head… yet.

Watch the video after the jump.  READ FULL STORY

'Duck Dynasty' star makes modeling debut at New York Fashion Week

Look here, it’s Jep, Si and Willie Robertson at New York Fashion Week! Which begs the question: Why were the Duck Dynasty stars mingling with models backstage at the Evening by Sherri Hill fashion show?

Members of the Robertson clan were in town to watch Willie’s 16-year-old daughter Sadie make her runway debut at designer Sherri Hill’s Spring 2014 presentation on Monday. Willie, wife Korie, and their three other children — John Luke, Will, and Bella — sat in the front row alongside Si, Willie’s brother Jep and his wife Jessica to watch Sadie strut down the catwalk.

Before the show, the aspiring model admitted to E! News that she was “a little nervous, but more excited than anything.”  READ FULL STORY

David and Victoria Beckham's daughter Harper sits front-row at Fashion Week -- PHOTO

Sorry, Tavi: There is a new record-holder for youngest fashionista to sit in the front row at New York Fashion Week.

Harper Beckham accompanied her dad, soccer superstar David Beckham, to mom Victoria’s fashion show Sunday, sitting on his lap and earning the attention (and smile!) of Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour. The 2-year-old clearly inherited her famous parents’ sense of style, wearing a little white dress with her hair in a top-knot. (OK, we know those famous parents probably dressed her, but we’ll give her the credit!)

“All eyes on Baby Harper,” Victoria tweeted after the show.

Along with Wintour, fellow Vogue editor Grace Coddington and celeb stylist Rachel Zoe were also spotted at the show.

Fashion Week awards honor Rachel Zoe, Zac Posen and more

The Style Awards at Lincoln Center kicked off New York Fashion Week with honors for Kate Upton, Zac Posen and Rachel Zoe, among others.

The largest venue at the tents that serve as fashion week’s hubs were filled with tables, ice buckets and celebrities Wednesday night, just 12 hours before BCBG Max Azria would preview the first major collection of the week on the catwalk. READ FULL STORY

Star style at Paris Fashion Week: Couture or cray cray? You decide

In a recent interview, Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani declared “It’s not that fashion itself is ridiculous. It’s the people in fashion who make fashion ridiculous. When you look at the front row… Only at the shows you see those people. When [other] women go out and enjoy their life they want to be beautiful, they don’t want to be ridiculous.” Amen, sister.

It’s Couture Fashion Week in Paris, which means runways lined with celebrities wearing outfits that blur the line between avant-garde and “Girl, what the hell are you wearing?” Click on to see Rihanna’s barely-there dress, Jennifer Lawrence’s peculiar pants and more head-turning — and not necessarily in a good way — star styles. READ FULL STORY

GUESS is searching for a new face, Barbie's new Fashion Week wardrobe, and more

It’s Australian Fashion Week, and Aussie fashion label Camilla and Marc has designed Barbie’s wardrobe for the occasion. [Art Info]

Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant showed off the retro decor in her California home and says she “so want[s] to” design china, barware, or bedding some day. [ELLE Decor] READ FULL STORY

Matt Damon's fashion friend, Anne Hathaway's latest wardrobe malfunction and more

Why was Matt Damon sitting in the front row of designer Naeem Khan’s New York Fashion show? [Hollywood Reporter]

Anne Hathaway talks about her latest wardrobe malfunction. [Styleite]

Though he often prefers to go shirtless, Matthew McConaughey is releasing a clothing line. [WWD]

See the new hair tip inspired by My So-Called Life‘s Angela Chase. [Huffington Post]

The original prototype for the “Pit Bull” hoverboard used in 1989′s Back to the Future II is for sale on eBay. [Mashable]

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Designer Lauren Moffatt shares her New York Fashion Week playlist

Photo Credit: Andy Kropa/Getty Images

Another season of New York Fashion Week has wrapped, but you can still get into the groove with the playlist behind designer Lauren Moffatt‘s Spring 2013 collection.

Moffatt’s cozy coats, high-waisted pants, sweet dresses and other cabin-ready separates were mostly inspired by a weekend in the Catskills, but songs by The Rolling Stones, The Almighty Defenders and Canned Heat also played a big part in the designer’s creative process.

“I’m really drawn to songs that blur the lines between new and old,” the designer told EW of her taste in music, which echos the vintage-meets-modern feel of her designs. “I love that you can’t really tell what era the songs on this mixtape are from. Fabienne DelSol released Pas Gentille in 2007, though it sounds like it could have been recorded in the ’60′s with Vashti Bunyan and Nico. Holly Golightly could also pass as a ’60s crooner, even though her most recent album came out last year. That timeless quality makes bands that are all over the map fit together really well.”

Click on the image above for a closer look at Moffatt’s track list or stream her stylish mixtape on Spotify.

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