Out this fall, the first trailer for Joseph Gordon-Levit’s directorial debut Don Jon (which he also wrote and stars in) just dropped.
Judging solely on the preview, this movie looks pretty amazing. The vibe seems like an amazing mix of Jersey Shore meets The Fighter, with a touch of My Cousin Vinny. Plus, Jo-Go and Scarlett Johansson’s thick New Jersey accents will make you LOL. Watch it and let us know if you’re as excited as we are! -ALI HOFFMAN
WHY: It’s not because Frame just launched a collab with Karlie Kloss—as enticing as that was, we’re not quite the target market for her 40 inch inseam pairs. But they’re seriously the jeans we’ve been hoping for all of these years. To elaborate: they’re soft, the dye doesn’t irritate your skin (indigo dye can be toxic, fyi), and the shorter length hits just above the ankle. But, the line offers a range of lengths, so one is bound to fit you perfectly. Also important: there’s no embellishments or weird, distracting details. We’ve seen these on a variety of different body types, without any complaints. It’s just the opposite—everyone loves Frame denim.—RAY SIEGEL
Whoever Beyoncé and the rest of Destiny’s Child were singing about in their 2000 hit song “Say My Name” it surely wasn’t Mr. Right aka Mr. Carter aka Jay-Z. You see, Bey needed to hear her man say her name because she thought that he was “at the crib with another lad-ay.”
Sophia Webster–whose shoes we’re obsessed with–has taken the lyrics to her new handbag collection. Is her “Say My Name” shoulder strap bag a warning to a specific adulterer? If so, we think it’s the best revenge accessory ever. And we’d like to see many more speech bubble bags.
Which Beyoncé lyrics would you want to wear? Sound off in the comments section.—RAY SIEGEL
But tomorrow’s voting seems like it might be our most divisive. Why? Because we want to figure out what the all-time most stylish movie is, and we know that you have major opinions about it.
So first, let’s come up with our list of nominees. Which movie’s wardrobe closet do you wish you could raid? Which fictional character has the best style ever? Which flick has you instantly revamping your own outfit?
Sound off in the comments below–we’ll sort through the nominees, pick our 10 favorites, and then tomorrow put them up to a vote. Le film, c’est chic! –REBECCA WILLA DAVIS
Who doesn’t want to dress a la Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffany’s all the time? Rhetorical question, I know.
I’ve been lusting over the tan crop top she wears at the end of the movie for awhile now, and I think I’ve found my solution: I’m pretty obsessed with this mock turtleneck crop top, and I’m ready to wear it with some black high-waisted jean shorts and Nikes for the rest of the summer. If someone could loan me an orange tabby cat, that would be great as well. Pick up your own Lucca Couture striped crop here. –MARISSA SMITH
But Mamet herself, on the other hand, looks perfectly content. In fact, if we were to do some sort of psychoanalysis on the actress based on what she wore to last night’s New York City premiere of Now You See Me, we’d say she might just be in love–or at the very least, she’s OK with wearing her heart on her sleeve (that sleeve happens to be Honor fall ’13, FYI).
Whether you’ve just broken up with the Ray in your life or appreciate seeing Mamet without some complicated ‘do, here’s how you can get the look:
Heads up! H&M just dropped a new fashion film for their High Summer Collection.
The vibe is very ’60 french film cool–harkening back to a time when “Beach Party” was a genre of film. But instead of Brigitte Bardot, the flick stars Victoria’s Secret angel Doutzen Kroes, following her around as she frolicks in the sand, flirts with her beau, and poses for a photographer.
Dibs on that white dress! Everything else is fair game. -ALI HOFFMAN
Our favorite Spice Girl was Sporty Spice, our favorite type of hat is a baseball one, and our favorite shoes have always been sneakers. As far as we’re concerned, workout clothing has nothing to do with actually working out. Especially when the sporty attire in question is Stella x Adidas. The latest edition of the ongoing collab goes so far above and beyond solid colored spandex.
Try pastels, florals, neons—all of which are perfectly acceptable choices even if your sans gym membership and have no plans to regularly attend Bar Method classes. View the entire collection here.—RAY SIEGEL
Today’s pick definitely has something to do with the fact that I just watched a bride-to-be open up 50 lingerie-filled boxes. It dawned on me that post-bridal shower, she now has more than a month’s worth of sexy loungwear…and I have none. It’s true that I’m not headed towards a honeymoon suite any time soon, but why wait to invest in some nice underpinnings? Even if you’re the only one who sees them, it makes the process of getting dressed (and undressed) a little more exciting. That, to me, is worth the investment.
I’m stocking up on these lace bralettes from Lucca Couture–I’m still not ready to fully to commit to actual bras–because it’s the best-looking, next best thing to going completely braless. Buy your own in the NYLON Shop.—RAY SIEGEL