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Kate Moss for Topshop – Our TOP 10 Picks

Kate Moss for Topshop

We interrupt our normally scheduled bloggramming for a peek into our favorite looks from Kate Moss’s new line for Topshop. The line launches tonight at the brand’s Oxford Circus store with online retailers launching tomorrow. Don’t worry, it’s STILL Tuesday Shoesday on Twitter and IG, but we want to get our 2 cents in on what is the supermodel’s FIFTEENTH line for Topshop. Although the line has had some mixed reviews, we think people are underestimating that these pieces are meant to be heavily styled. If you flip through the slides up on the Topshop site you can see how the pieces are meant to be worn and we think a lot of the looks are stunning. Here’s a quick peek at our 10 favorite pieces.

Embellished Star Cami – $150

Star cami

Jewel Bead Overlay dress – $790

Jewel Bead dress

Shadow Stripe Print jumpsuit – $180

Shadow Strip Print jumpsuit

Beaded Fringe Tiered dress – $500

Beaded Fringe Tiered dress

Long Fringe Tassel dress – $190

Long Fringe Tassel dress

Paisley Print wide leg trousers – $110

Paisley trousers

Draped Paisley Tie blouse – $150

Draped Paisley tie blouse

Embroidered Smock blouse – $120

Ebroidered Smock blouse

Embroidered Smock dress – $150

Embroidered Smock dress

Satin Playsuit – $150

Satin Playsuit

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Oscar 2014 – Red Carpet recap

The clouds parted in time for the stars to come out for the 86th Academy Awards but that didn’t stop them from making it rain with style. Check out our best dressed noms from last night and let us know if you think we missed someone!

Our best dressed  –  Portia de Rossi wowed us in her Naeem Khan stunner with snowflake and heart cut-outs.

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Oscar nominee Amy Adams was a close second for us in this structured navy blue number by  Gucci.

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Best Actress winner Cate Blanchett sparkled in her flower covered Giorgio Armani gown.

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The always gorgeous Charlize Theron nailed it (as usual) in Dior.

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Camila Alves matched her hubby’s starshine tonight in her pale pink Gabriela Cadena gown.

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Kate Hudson brought her A-game again, this time in Atelier Versace. Loved it even more without the cape when she presented!

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Anna Kendrick was the total package in this J. Mendel looker. Hair and makeup, also flawless!

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Best Supporting Actress winner, Lupita Nyong’o collaborated with Prada to create this dreamlike Nairobian blue gown.

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Emma Watson smoldered in this charcoal Vera Wang gown.

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Giuliana Rancic hosted the E! Red Carpet coverage in this amazing beaded bodice gown by Paolo Sebastian.

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Our Top 10 Favorite Oscar Dresses Ever

We can’t wait for the 86th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday night! Some amazing films being recognized this year, as well as actors and actresses. We’ll have to wait and see if there’ll be newcomers to our top 10 list. Some of our favorite Oscar dress picks from 1969 to 2013 might surprise you. Are any of these on your top 10 list? Take a look!

Barbra Streisand accepted her Best Actress Oscar for Funny Girl in 1969 wearing see-through evening pajamas made by Canadian designer Arnold Scaasi.

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In 1979, Meryl Streep wore this black stunner to the 51st Annual Academy Awards where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in The Deer Hunter. She wore the same dress again to the BAFTA awards 30 years later in 2009.

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Anjelica Huston took home the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in Prizzi’s Honor in 1986. The emerald green dress was a collaboration with designer Tzetzi Ganev.

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2004 was a good year for Charlize Theron. Wearing this super sexy backless Gucci gown, she nabbed the Best Actress award for her role in Monster.

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Michelle Williams wore Vera Wang to the 78th Academy Awards where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in Brokeback Mountain.

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Marion Cotillard wore this mermaid-inspired Jean-Paul Gaultier gown to the Oscars in 2008 where she won the Best Actress award for her role in La vie en Rose (La môme).

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Everyone remembers Mila Kunis from the 2011 Oscars in this lavendar chiffon Elie Saab Couture gown. She was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Golden Globe that year for her role in Black Swan.

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Emma Stone brought red to the red carpet in this Giambattista Valli gown at the 84th Annual Academy awards in 2012 where she was a presenter.

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The only debate here was whether Halle Berry’s Atelier Versace gown was as flawless as she was at the 2013 Oscars.

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Kate Hudson brought the gold at the 2013 Oscars in this Alexander McQueen belted black keyhole gown.

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Grammy that dress, please! – Our faves

Grammy fashion rules because you get a great mix of serious styling and off-the-wall, edgy looks. We were digging the more elegant looks last night. Our best-dressed went to Foxes (aka Louisa Rose Allen), who looked gorgeous in Vivienne Westwood. Here are some of our  other favorite glam moments. Whose look did you love and whose did you think was a little TOO edgy?

Foxes in Vivienne Westwood

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Chrissy Teigen in Johanna Johnson

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Kasey Musgraves in Armani Prive

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Ariana Grande in Dolce & Gabbana

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Julia Roberts in Elie Saab

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Zendaya Coleman in Emanuel Ungaro

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