There’s a new documentary coming out about the relationship between women and their favorite accessory: shoes!
The film includes interviews with designers Christian Louboutin and Pierre Hardy as well as commentary from shoe obsessed celebrities like Fergie, Dita Von Teese and Kelly Rowland.
There’s no official release date, but for now check out the God Save My Shoes trailer in the clip (above)
Yet another H&M designer collaboration is upon us, and this one promises to be major: Versace for H&M.
The fall 2011 collection is designed by creative director Donatella Versace, and according the press release published Tuesday, promises to “recall the vibrant heritage of the brand, complete with leather, prints, color and exuberance in exclusive materials at fantastic H&M prices.
Donatella gushed in the same press release, “I am thrilled to be collaborating with H&M and to have the opportunity of reaching their wide audience. The collection will be quintessential Versace, perfect for H&M and Versace fans everywhere.”
Unlike other designer collaborations (we’re looking at you, Missoni for Target), sneak peeks of the Versace for H&M collaboration are already available…and they look fabulous. Expect to see fashionable young ladies camping out on the sidewalks to get a taste of these not-so-cheap thrills when they hit select US stores November 19.
Check out the video below to see what Donatella has planned for this fall!
Cameron Diaz Steps Out to Promote New Movie with chanel
Cameron Diaz had a busy day on Monday (June 20) heading to interviews to promote her new movie, “Bad Teacher.”
While out and about in New York City, Cameron wore a sophisticated yet casual ensemble.
She paired a white pocket tee with a white blazer by Elizabeth and James and a blush pink wrap mini skirt from the Jenni Kayne Spring 2011 collection.
Cameron finished her look with a tote by Chanel and nude sandals by Sergio Rossi.
Lady GaGa’s fashion love affair with Versace continued at the 2011 Much Music Awards on Sunday.
Throughout the awards, Gagaloo donned multiple looks from the house of Versace ranging from couture to vintage.
For her Edge of Glory performance, GaGa wore Atelier Versace jumpsuit entirely encrusted with black Swarovski crystals.
During Born This Way, she opted for a more comfortable ensemble that included a Gianni Versace S/S 1992 leopard print jacket with gold Medusa buttons and black trousers with gold detailing.
GaGa’s first acceptance speech look consisted of a Vintage Versace printed trench coat, beaded Vintage Versace pants and a Vintage Versace top encrusted with colorful Swarovski crystals.
And for the final outfit of the night GaGita posed with her two awards wearing a Vintage Versace bright blue and black suit with printed pants and the “January J” sunglasses in gold with gold lenses.