Your urgent celebrity-clothing inquiries have been pouring in over the last few weeks, and seeing as so many of your favorite looks consist of obsession-worthy fall essentials, we get the feeling you're eager to start breaking out your cold-weather clothing. Thankfully, today's quartet of tastemakers offers plenty of wardrobe inspiration with their incredibly cool ensembles. So whether you're drooling over Nicole Richie's yellow kimono or crazy about Whitney Port's cozy sweater, we'll show you the best ways to recreate their enviable looks and be on-trend all season long!

Fearne Cotton
Fearne Cotton is a very busy woman. In addition to unveiling her fourth eponymous clothing collection with British high-street brand Very during London Fashion Week this September, she also has a successful mid-day morning show on BBC Radio 1. It's safe to say the British beauty has created quite the name for herself in the UK, and now, thanks to her savvy personal style choices, she can add trendsetter to her list of titles. Stepping out in London's dreary weather late last month, Cotton was snapped wearing Vince's Striped Top ($135) and rolled-up Warehouse trousers, a comfortable combination that is undeniably chic. She rounded out her look with a pair of ladylike Stella McCartney Patent Slingback Heels ($645) and incorporated a bit of utilitarian chic into her look with a Marc by Marc Jacobs New Army General Bag ($278, 212.924.0026): both on-trend selections in our book. Fortunately, recreating this look can be a budget-friendly task. While Cotton's exact top is a worthy investment, we are also fond of Forever 21's Classic Stripe Sweater ($12) and American Vintage's Stripe Sweater ($96), and believe they would look just as polished paired with J. Crew's Broken-In Boyfriend Chinos ($70). Just make sure to incorporate a feminine touch with Kate Spade's Plume Slingback Pumps ($200) and pick up Aldo's Kopacz Cross-Body Bag ($45) to achieve Cotton's military-inspired finish.

Elle Macpherson
When Elle Macpherson isn't busy tending to and modeling for her business ventures

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