Watch This Style: Jennifer Lopez’s Endless Dress During Her ‘Feel the Light’ American Idol Performance!


Jennifer Lopez on American Idol, performing "Feel the Light."

During this week’s American Idol, judge & all around powerhouse performer / style icon, Jennifer Lopez, hit the stage, premiering her very first ballad single, “Feel the Light,” for the upcoming animated film Home. While the song was all sorts of warm & fuzzy & inspiring, what really made the performance a stunner was Lopez in a (at first) white stage-covering gown by designer Mariel Haenn. Once J-Lo began to sing, the circular, dramatic train, which spanned 20-feet in circumference, became a canvas for sparkling projected images of space & heartfelt animation from the movie, featuring character (voiced by the always amazing Rihanna & The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons).

Jennifer Lopez on American Idol, performing "Feel the Light."

Like Jenny from the Block herself, the performance was a lovely combination, truly meant to go viral, of both fashion, film, & music. Watch the video below to see what all the fuss was about.

Jennifer is having a pretty fantastic 2015, especially after all the hype behind her steamy thriller, The Boy Next Door, as well as stunning red carpet appearances during this past awards season. Things don’t seem to be slowing down for her either, especially with American Idol in the thick of a very competitive season, & her role in the NBC crime drama Shades of Blue with Sopranos actress Drea de Matteo. There’s sure to be more fabulous press junkets & fashion moments to come!

What do you think of Jennifer’s performance? Were you wowed by the dress? For more stylish posts, check out white-hot white inspiration for spring, the complete Oscars red carpet gallery, all the runway looks from Marchesa’s Fall Winter 2015 collection during Fashion Week, luxury look-alike bucket bags for less, & how to wear floral leggings in four fabulous ways! Happy Styling!

Runway Rundown: Delpozo’s Fall 2015 Ready-To-Wear Collection from #NYFW!


Delpozo Fall 2015 Ready-To-Wear Collection.

Spanish design house Delpozo has made the most giant splash in a big way during New York Fashion Week, especially having recently been worn by some major red carpet A-listers like this weekend’s Academy Award nominees Keira Knightley & Julianne Moore, as well as Oscar-winner Hilary Swank, Mad Men actress Kiernan Shipka, supermodel Karolina Kurkova, it-girl Kate Mara, & Focus bombshell Margot Robbie.

The collection includes a dramatic mix of softness & richness in a rainbow of brights to neon to pastels, structure, knits, separates, & volume. The most stunning pieces include high-impact sleeves, crocheted floral details, & voluminous skirts.

What do you think of Delpozo’s collection? What were your favorite looks from New York Fashion Week? Which celebrities were you excited to see in the front row? For more Runway Rundown posts, check out galleries featuring Valentino, Giambattista Valli, Alexandre Vauthier, Viktor & Rolf, & Elie Saab. Happy Styling!

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Runway Rundown: Valentino’s Spring 2015 Couture Collection from Paris!


Valentino Spring 2015 Couture Collection.

When it comes to romance, Valentino‘s Spring 2015 Couture collection embodied the theme with inspiration from literature & art, including excerpts from Shakespeare & Dante, as well as paintings by Chagall. The evidence is clear in corseted dresses, tapestry materials, the flow & whimsy of chiffon, saturated neutrals, floral appliques, & caftan shapes. Clearly the Valentino woman is searching for love, adventure, truth, & beauty. The collection comes just in time for this weekend’s Grammy Awards, as well as the Oscars at the end of the month, with plenty of red carpet inspiration for loyal celebrities of the brand to pursue, including Keira Knightley, Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Lopez, Emma Stone, Nicole Kidman, & Zoe Saldana.

Which look is your favorite from the collection? Who do you think would look gorgeous in any of these dresses? Do you like Valentino’s vision for romance on the runway? For more posts from Runway Rundown, check out galleries from the Spring 2015 Couture collections of Giambattista ValliAlexandre Vauthier, Viktor & Rolf, Schiaparelli, Elie Saab, Atelier Versace, & Christian Dior. Happy Styling!

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Runway Rundown: Giambattista Valli’s Spring 2015 Couture Collection from Paris!


Giambattista Valli Spring 2015 Couture Collection.

Giambattista Valli is one of the most in-demand designers that every celebrity has worn on the red carpet. It’s almost like a premiere / awards show rite of passage, as seen on fan of the label like Diane Kruger, Rose Byrne, Kate Bosworth, & Kerry Washington! However, the brand’s newest Spring 2015 Couture collection hit the Paris runways. The inspiration behind the line is an impossible conversation between Coco Chanel & Janis Joplin, which was evident in details such as dresses & tunics over pants, luxe jackets & nods to menswear, as well as pops of spring florals, belted looks, flowing feathered capes, & sheer accents.

What do you think of the collection? Which is your favorite look from the line? Which runway have you been obsessing over during Spring 2015 Couture week? For more Runway Rundown posts, check out galleries featuring Alexandre Vauthier, Viktor & Rolf, Schiaparelli, Elie Saab, Atelier Versace, & Christian Dior. Happy Styling!

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Runway Rundown: Alexandre Vauthier’s Spring 2015 Couture’s Collection!


Alexandre Vauthier Spring 2015 Couture Collection.

French designer Alexandre Vauthier is one of the newest names to hit the Spring 2015 Couture runways in Paris. He has stayed true to his bombshell-meets-Bond girl aesthetic, continuing to attract A-listers like Rihanna, Heidi Klum, Kim Kardashian, & Beyoncé. His latest collection is a sexy & strong mix of menswear inspiration, provocative cut-outs, high shine & luxe materials, as well as a dramatic cape. This line comes just in time for this weekend’s Grammy Awards, which are the perfect red carpet destination for Vauthier’s designs.

What do you think of Vauthier’s use of fabric? Do you like the designer’s debut couture collection? For more Runway Rundown posts from Spring 2015 Couture week in Paris, check out complete runway galleries from Viktor & Rolf, Elie Saab, Schiaparelli, Christian Dior, & Atelier Versace. Happy Styling!

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