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Kate Moss' McQueen ads, Victoria Beckham's Skype project, and more

Kate Moss looks super-creepy in a new ad campaign for Alexander McQueen, Victoria Beckham lets Skype behind the scenes at her fashion label, the set designer behind Wicked and Saturday Night Live is set to be honored, and more.

Read on for all of today’s style and design headlines. READ FULL STORY

Report: Anne Hathaway parts ways with celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe

At Sundance to promote the drama Song One, Anne Hathaway wore a series of out-of-character outfits.

What’s with the stovepipe leather pants, the motorcycle boots, and that androgynous Robin Hood green suit? Turns out the actress’ transformation is the result of a breakup… with her stylist.

After a decade-long relationship, the Oscar winner has parted ways with celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe. Hathaway has reportedly hired stylist Penny Lovell, whose clients include Rose Byrne and Orange is the New Black star Taylor Schilling.

A source told E! News that the Hathaway/Zoe split may just be a trial separation, and the pair appeared to be on friendly terms when they bumped into each other at the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market yesterday.   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

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

'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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Costume designer Daniel Lawson on his 'Good Wife' inspired clothing line

Fans of The Good Wife may have to wait until March for new episodes, but they can get their fashion fix later this month thanks to a new clothing line by series costume designer Daniel Lawson.

The Emmy-nominated Lawson teamed up with Andrea Cohen of British label Number 35 to create a collection of business professional clothes that echoes the show’s tailored, boardroom style.

“My experience on The Good Wife inspired me and inspired us. How could it not after doing it for so long?” Lawson told EW of the line, which will include blazers, pencil skirts, trousers, and shift dresses in basic solids like red, blue, and black. “I wanted it to be clean, elegant, chic, strong, but still feminine. That’s what I do on The Good Wife.”

Priced from £225.00 ($369.45 US) to £850.00 ($1395.78), the pieces are currently available for pre-order on the 35-DL website and will ship January 31st. Lawson and Cohen are already working on the label’s next collection. “With 35-DL, it was about longevity and not just a capsule,” Lawson said. We’ll do several collections and [we hope] to have a long marriage.”

Read on for an exclusive Q&A with Lawson — including what you can expect when the show returns — and a first look at the 35-DL collection.

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Miley Cyrus to wear Roberto Cavalli, Marc Jacobs, Bob Mackie on 'Bangerz' tour

Miley Cyrus enjoys finding new ways to get naked, so it’s hardly surprising that the costumes for her upcoming Bangerz tour are long on sex appeal and short on fabric.

Earlier today Italian designer Roberto Cavalli released sketches of six looks created for the 21 year-old singer to wear on stage. The most provocative ensemble is a stretch silk tulle Swarovski crystal spattered jumpsuit (above) that creates a “nude effect on the body.” Other items include a black zebra-pattern jumpsuit, an overwashed denim bra embroidered with studs and crystals, and a python-print jacket with matching short shorts.

In addition to the Cavalli costumes, Cyrus will wear outfits by designers Marc JacobsThe Blonds, and Jeremy Scott — as well as pieces from the archives of Cher’s go-to designer Bob Mackie. According to The Hollywood Reporter, each designer was assigned a specific section of the Bangerz show. “Clothes for me, or lack thereof, say a lot,” Cyrus recently joked.

Click on to see more of the Roberto Cavalli-designed costumes Cyrus’ will wear on tour. READ FULL STORY

'Sleepy Hollow' stars talk Ichabod's skinny jeans encounter

Ichabod Crane rocked skinny jeans in this week’s Sleepy Hollow and though the moment was shortlived, we certainly enjoyed it. The same can’t be said for the displaced soldier, though, who made his displeasure well known — a reaction actor Nicole Beharie, who plays baddie-fighter A/Ichabod-ally Abbie, jokingly says she didn’t appreciate.

“I was hoping he’d been a little bit more open to the clothes that Abbie spent all of her hard-earned money buying for him so that he could smell fresh and clean,” she told EW this past week during the Television Critics Association press tour. “I don’t care what he has on, to be honest. As long as he’s clean.”

Don’t look for Ichabod to be squeezing into jeans again any time before the end of the season, which wraps up Monday with a two-hour finale. (But we’re keeping our fingers crossed for more jeans in season 2!)

Watch more from our chat with Beharie and co-star Katia Winter below:  READ FULL STORY

Critics' Choice Awards: Who was the best dressed Oscar-nominated actress? -- POLL

Just hours after the nominations were announced — and four days after the fashion frenzy at the Golden Globes — many of this year’s Oscar contenders hit the red carpet at the Critics’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles.

Lupita Nyong’o, Sandra Bullock, Amy Adams, Julia Roberts, and Cate Blanchett represented the Oscar-nominated actresses.

What did they wear? Click on to find out. Who was best dressed? Cast your vote in the poll below. READ FULL STORY

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