Adorn Your Toes With Bow-Bedecked Kicks | yohana

Emma Stone, Olivia Palermo, Chelsea Handler
TREND: Nude bow-detail shoes

WHO'S WEARING IT: Chelsea Handler, Emma Stone (Christian Dior) and Olivia Palermo (Mulberry)
HOW TO WEAR IT: This holiday season, you can be festive by wearing bow-detailed shoes. And ones in a nude color won't only be timeless, but they will also match with everything in your closet. For a classic approach, pick a design with one large bow on the front à la Olivia. Go more sophisticated by taking a cue from Chelsea, who opted for a pair with a small bow to the side. Now, if you want to go a little edgier, look to Emma. The actress chose strappy shoes that are a li'l sweet yet still trendy. Bonus: nude shoes also lengthen the legs—we're sold!

Angelina Jolie Wows the Crowd in Midnight Blue Gown | yohana

 Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie always looks amazing. However, last night at the In the Land of Blood and Honey premiere in L.A, the mother-of-six looked exceptionally ravishing in a navy blue gown by Romona Keveza.
While the dress was simple, which is something that is very much her style, there was something about the outfit that just made our jaws drop.
Perhaps, it's the asymmetrical structure of the number or the way she managed to team the dress with delicate stud earrings and nude Jimmy Choo peep-toe pumps—and nothing else!
But what we think made the whole look spectacular was her teased up, swept-back hairdo, which manages to give all the attention to her flawless face. And since the rest of the look was simple, Angelina was able to have fun with her makeup. So she sported a smoky eye that accentuated her pretty green peepers and a natural glossy lip. All and all, it was another fabulous red carpet moment for the actress.

Sarah Jessica Parker Blacks Out | yohana

Sarah Jessica Parker
Once upon a time, there was a lovely actress named Sarah Jessica Parker. She always made us smile with her frilly frocks in pastel hues and mile-high Manolos. In fact, our princess was such a successful fashion risk-taker (who else can pull off two shades ofneon, sleeveless trench coats and plaid-embellished tulle?), that we even forgave her for constantly recycling her beloved pointy white heels.
This is why we were shocked that she threw a curveball into our fairytale and showed up to not one, not two, but four New York City events this week wearing head-to-toe black.
First, she turned up to a preview of Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry collection at Christie's wearing a strapless LBD with a ruffled silk hem. She then uped to the ante for the Kennedy Center Honors in a shiny, sculptured Theyskens' Theory gown that had major volume to match her slicked-back updo.
The next night, she teamed a vintage silk dress with black Wolford tights for the 2011 Brain Trauma Foundation Gala. She completed her week of understated, dark designs with an appearance on Late Night  with Jimmy Fallon in a conservative short-sleeve frock. All four nights featured black stilettos and minimal jewels.

Who Was Your Best Dressed at the UNICEF Ball? | yohana

Kristen Bell, Brooklyn Decker, Rose McGowan, Jayma Mays, Nicole Richie
Last night's UNICEF Ball in Beverly Hills, which helped raise funds through an auction, brought together celebs and activists. At the event, the babes not only helped out a good cause, but looked stylish doing so.
Kristen Bell and Brooklyn Decker channeled their inner Grecian goddess. While the Burlesque star wore a more literal white Christian Dior one-shoulder number, Brooklyn opted for a mint green Tory Burch gown, which she paired with bright orange Jimmy Choo peep-toe pumps.

On a more classic note, Glee's Jayma Mays went for a black-and-white Kova & T dress that was conservative from the front, but had an unexpected sexy deep V-back. Nicole Richie also showed off some skin in her black, leather-bodice cutout dress by Osman.
And last, but not least, Rose McGowan showed everyone how to pull off a floral gown in the midst of fall. Her purple Dolce & Gabbana dress was without a doubt a great pick.

A Very Audrey Battle: Ashley Greene vs. Christina Ricci | yohana

Ashley Greene
Within the span of two weeks, Ashley Greene and Christina Ricci have been spotted on the NYC set of period drama Pan Am paying homage to one of the biggest style icons ever, the eternally elegant Audrey Hepburn.
From the pineapple updo to the pearls, Ashley's interpretation of Audrey's character in Breakfast at Tiffany's was a bit more literal than Christina's. However, she didn't actually wear a little black dress. Instead, the young actress created the illusion of an LBD by pairing a fitted black blouse with a slim dark charcoal pencil skirt.

The star of the show stayed true to Audrey with an LBD. But its structured high neck didn't allow for a necklace. She also wore a slighlty bumped hairstyle. Both ladies rocked short gloves since their garments had sleeves.

Glam Fairy Gets Real on Celebrity Beauty \ yohana

Taylor Momsen, Alexa Prisco

Glam Fairy Alexa Prisco knows a thing or two about celebrity beauty—and now she's speaking her mind about some of the best and worst looks she's seen this year.
Taylor Momsen
It's clear she is walking. Maybe to a Tim Burton casting call? I don't know. The boots are just fantastic. This look really highlights Taylor's clear—and when I say clear I mean transparent—skin. Isn't it amazing that a person who seemingly eats so little has such healthy long hair? I see she was going for a sexy '60s vibe with the chalky smokey eye, the cut of the dress, blah blah, but that Bunny Ranch synthetic weave, wan complexion and willowy frame look more like a Feed the Children commercial.
Ashley Judd, Alexa Prisco
Ashley Judd
Makeup artists are not only supposed to make you look great in person but also on camera. Especially if you're a celebrity! And you are Ashley Judd! Surely you have a makeup artist. Now the question is—was that makeup artist from a local outpatient facility?
Curious. Because I did not know that setting your concealor with enough layers of powder—which absorbs every morsel of light in the room, lifting your under-eye area—to look like an inverted raccoon is Spring 2012. I'm enjoying the line across your nose as well. Is it sunny? Is that sunscreen? Did you just go headfirst into a barrel of flour and then say cheese? Look at the book you're holding, Ashley. Look how pretty you are there. Go back to that makeup artist. Please. No more pastry chefs throwing flour at your face.

Brave the Cold in This Chic Cape Styling | Fashions

Every week, mystyle staffers, readers, experts and stars offer their fave fashion, beauty and lifestyle tips. This week, we turned to the fabulous Eva Rajwans, the owner and founder of DIGS ("Done In Great Style"), who is inspired by European sophistication and timeless elegance at affordable prices. Who better to ask about styling the très chic but sometimes intimidating cape?

"I love to wear a cape with a lightweight leather jacket underneath. The leather sleeve peeking out updates the classic and elegant shape. Capes are flattering on most body types and look best when paired with form-fitting bottoms, like a pair of skinny jeans or leggings and with knee high boots."—Eva Rajwans