All The Rage

The Image staff muses on the culture of
keeping up appearances

« Previous Post | All The Rage Home | Next Post »

Your morning fashion and beauty report: Seeing green at the Golden Globes. And is Justin Bieber a marketing genius?

January 18, 2011 |  9:12 am

One of the most stunning looks on the Golden Globes' red carpet was the color emerald green, seen in gowns worn by a variety of stars, as reported by our Booth Moore on Sunday. Intrigued? You too can incorporate some emerald into your wardrobe, whether in a dress, earring or cuff. [FabSugar]

Justin Bieber, marketing genius. Well, someone is. Bieber's nail polish collection with Nicole by OPI, One Less Lonely Girl,  has sold out at Wal-Marts nationwide. [People]

So now Bieber is in talks to open a Kardashian-style themed shop at the Grove in L.A. The idea is it would sell stuff like skateboards, sneakers and lollipops. Can you say "tween?"  [Racked]

Tao Kurihara has decided to end the Tao Comme des Garçons line after this spring's collection. [WWD]

Peter Copping, artistic director at Nina Ricci, has unveiled his first advertising since joining the French house in 2009. Ads from the shoot, featuring model Malgosia Bela in a frothy dress sitting on a banquette, will be in Vogue Paris in February. “She looks contemporary, modern, sensual — all those things I see for the Ricci woman,” Copping told Women's Wear Daily. The ads were shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin at the Greenwich Hotel in New York [WWD]

Word is that Noodle Stories in Los Angeles plans to open a temporary shop, NS Temp, that will carry  Issey Miyake and HaaT by Issey Miyake, which is known for its innovative design and is hard to get in L.A. [Mondette]

Jimmy Choo, a darling of women's footwear, has been in expansion mode, and now plans to launch a range of shoes for men. [Telegraph]

Kim Cattrall is the new face of Olay's Total Effects anti-aging body products. We love seeing a youthful but age-appropriate actress -- she's 54 -- in the campaign. [StyleList]

--Susan Denley

Photos: Catherine Zeta-Jones, from left, Elisabeth Moss, Angelina Jolie and Mila Kunis. Credits: Zeta-Jones and Moss photos by Mario Anzuoni / Reuters; Jolie photo by Matt Sayles / Associated Press; and Kunis photo by Jason Merritt /Getty Images