Fendi Sunglasses ($395, 212.759.4646)
The S/S 10 Fendi show was so incredibly strong: we adore the colorblock looks, the gorgeous beauty look, and, of course, the killer accessories. Speaking of which, we're currently gaga about the fashion house's insanely chic oversized sunglasses. The violet lenses and brown frames somehow straddle the line between retro and modern, which is why we think they are an investment-worthy indulgence!
Swedish Hasbeens for H&M Shoes ($59.95-$69.95, 212.343.2722)
We've always got our eyes peeled for thrifty thrills and are happy to share our latest find: Swedish Hasbeens for H&M shoes. Available in H&M stores later this month, there are three different styles to chose from, including this strappy wedge (which is also available in black, as well as white). Affordable, comfortable, and tremendously cute, the collaboration is definitely worth seeking out!
Vivienne Westwood Wallpaper ($96 per roll)
We've had Dame Westwood on our minds quite a bit recently--in no small part because she just opened a store near our office!--and are currently crushing on her ridiculous cool wallpaper collaboration with Cole and Sons. There are loads of noteworthy prints to pick from (we're particularly partial to Squiggle in red and Paper Jewellery in navy), so be sure to check out the entire range!
Equal parts Bianca Jagger and Brigitte Bardot in Shalako, the bow-tie blouse is definitely a microtrend we adore. While the classic look involves a crisp white shirt and a floppy, skinny black bow tie, as Fearne Cotton and Emma Roberts demonstrate, there are many other ways to wear this look. Cotton was spotted last year wearing a vibrant take on the trend when she accented the Barbie Shirt ($61) in Jade from Never Fully Dressed with a bow tie she made from a length of black ribbon. (As for the rest of her outfit, her jeans and shoes are from her own line for very.co.uk and are currently sold out.) More recently, Emma Roberts opted for a bow-tie top for a Chanel-hosted pre-Oscar dinner in Los Angeles. We love her silky, off-the-shoulder top; it's an ultra-feminine way to wear this trend!
Secrets of Stylists by Sasha Charnin Morrison ($24.95)
If you buy one book this month--other than What To Wear, Where, that is!--we implore you to make it this one. Written by Us Weekly's hilarious and knowledgeable fashion director, Sasha Charnin Morrison, this is the definitive handbook for anyone who is interested in becoming a stylist. In addition to being filled with amazing, rare photos of the world's most buzzed-about celebrities and their hardworking stylists, Morrison includes insightful interviews with tons of major insiders, like Nicole Chavez and Neil Lane. There's even an incredible chapter on "Influencers, Icons, and Inspiration," which covers some legendary fashion moments and commentary from everyone from Simon Doonan to Stevie Nicks' stylist, Margi Kent. All in all, this book is stuffed with so much fantastic information, it's simply a must-buy for anyone interested in fashion or style. Pre-order it now--you won't regret it!
Bonne Bell Eye Shadow Stick ($3.50) in Bronze Shimmer
Everyone adores Bonne Bell's classic Lip Smackers (peppermint has always been our favorite), but did you know that the beloved beauty brand recently relaunched their cosmetics line? There are lots of lovely products to choose from, but the amazing Eye Shadow Sticks are definitely at the top of our lists. Personally we're obsessed with the Bronze Shimmer stick, shown above; it's the perfect warm-weather shade!
Hudson by Georgia May Jagger Jeans ($308)
As self-proclaimed Georgia Jagger enthusiasts, we keep pretty close tabs on the blonde British beauty to ensure we never miss an excellent outfit or an amazing editorial. Accordingly, we were delighted to hear about her newest project: a collaboration with Hudson on her own capsule collection of jeans! The five styles--including the Faye ($308), shown above, come in a variety of washes and colors--have a distinctly rock'n'roll edge thanks to their lean cuts, lace-up details, and flattering mid-rise silhouettes. We can't promise they'll make you look exactly like Ms. Jagger, but they're certainly worth trying!
Photo of Emma Roberts, courtesy of INF; Photo of Fearne Cotton, courtesy of Getty