Who’s ready for ready-to-wear, dear readers? Let’s start the show.
Another day, another bracket, another chance for you to decide: Who’s the fabbest of them all?
W Magazine chose this year’s 20 best acting performances and vamped the stars up for a fierce fashion spread. Let’s judge them.
There are so many more thin, rich bitches to judge, dear readers. Let’s not waste time with pleasantries. There’s work to be done.
I, like my mother, have a thing for coats. I put so many coats into my “BEST” folder, where I’d been keeping links to every single thing I loved this week, that I decided they deserved a category of their own.
#5: Fall in London
Simple but chic, feminine, and classic. This is what I imagine basically every wealthy London woman wearing around town, minus the hat.
#4: A Twist on a Preppy Classic
I. Want. A. Sleeveless. Trench. What an absolutely fabulous concept.
#3: The Tahari Suit
Tahari is famous (in my family, anyway) for making incredible well-tailored and truly magnificent suits. But with the fur shawl and the belt, this becomes more of a coat than a suit jacket, as far as I’m concerned. But I could just sit and drool over this photo for hours.
#2: Casual in Eggplant
I generally prefer much more tailored, streamlined coats than this, but the casual slouch to this makes it that much more beautiful. And I also generally disapprove of belts outside of beltloops, but how can you not love that deep brownish burgundy belt with the sparkly buckle?
#1: A Vision in White
The collar, the belt, the cut, and the design on the right side – it’s all beautiful, modern, and unique. I’d also kill for those leopard-print stockings, but that’s irrelevant. Kudos to Vivienne Tam for knocking it out of the park, and winning out over quite a few much more high-profile designers (at least, according to this Diva).