Be sure to check out Nicole currently gracing the cover of the January issue of Lucky Magazine! There is an article about her favorite things and she even mentions Alexander McQueen scarves as the most perfect accessories ever. She says that her jewelry from House of Harlow is inspired by the best vintage items she has found.
Channing Tatum was spotted at “Jimmy Kimmel Live” studios wearing his AG Adriano Goldschmied jeans again. Channing was nice enough to sign autographs and pose for pictures with fans when he was leaving.
I finally got around to watching Channing in “Dear John” and I was in a puddle for about 50% of the movie. Channing was looking really hot in the movie, but I don’t understand why they put him in such baggy clothes in the beginning. Baggy clothes on Channing made him just look sloppy and heavy in the movie. Most candids I see of him, like these above, he also wears baggy outfits, but he doesn’t look quite as heavy, maybe its just the TV adding those 10-15 pounds then?
Whitney Port wore Joe’s leggings in camouflage to the PUMA BodyTrain Launch with SELF Magazine in NYC. These are so cute, I love Joe’s different colors and styles of leggings that they have! I find it very appealing that they aren’t trying to charge $200 for leggings like some other brands, the $98 price tag seems more fair for premium leggings!
So what do you think of Whitney’s style here? As I said, I love the leggings, but I think she just has too many different colors on. The peachy scarf and shoes don’t really go with the rest of her outfit. Her entire outfit is just very random.
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Olivia Wilde wore Hudson jeans while leaving Madeo’s Restaurant and then heading to the Arclight Cinema in Los Angeles. She’s wearing the Hudson Signature Bootcut jeans in Surrey wash. Hudson really suits her, the bootcut looks like a perfect cut for her body.
I wonder, am I the only one who remembers Olivia when she played in “The O.C.”? I was struck by her beauty back then and she’s really made a great actress and came a long way since then.