Tracy DiMarco | Hollywood yohana


SIGNATURE ITEM: I love long sleeves, especially giant bell sleeves or little balloon sleeves with the cuff. I'm not really into things without sleeves. In the summer, I wear loose, flowy ones. I love the look of sleeves because there are so many different kinds that you can have fun with. I have a dress with bell sleeves that are like 3-feet-wide.
PRETTY WOMAN: Over-the-knee boots are my thing. I don't wear any boots that aren't thigh-high. I have a thing with my knees being out, like I don't have bad knees or anything, I just like the look of it. It's hooker chic. I have them in every color. I must have 45 pairs. I'll wear them with dresses and jeggings or jeans. I never really wear them with leggings, just cause it looks like a cat suit then.
GOING GREEN: My favorite color of all time is green. Jungle greens and lime greens...I love them all. Green is such a beautiful color. And it's my eye color, without the contacts. I love green with red, which reminds me of Posion Ivy. My hair is red. I think the combo is fun.
THUMBS DOWN ON UPDOS: I have a small head and big thighs, so wearing my hair down and voluminous evens that out. I would rock an updo if it was really teased, curled everywhere and pinned instead of pulled back.
PRESERVING BEAUTY: I get Botox now, for preventative reasons. I get things here and there that would help stop wrinkles. But I don't think I'll ever get a facelift. That kind of freaks me out, that they have to move your skin.

ULTIMATE GOAL: I want my own salon. Nothing huge, but something I could make my own. It would be my way of cutting. I don't cut hair like normal people. When Gayle sees me cut, she asks, "Why are you cutting like that?" But my haircuts turn out beautiful. I've developed my own way of doing things. It would be my salon, my rules, my way.
VISION FOR DREAM SALON: I'd want to split the salon. There would be one door, but two different rooms. One section would be a barber shop and the other half would be a woman's salon. If you have to attend a party with your husband or boyfriend, he can just go with you. So instead of having to go to a million different places, it would be a one-stop shop. There would be hair and eyebrow stations and a tanning bed in the back. That's what I really want.

Get a Peek Inside the Olsen Twins’ Fashion Week Diary | Hollywood yohana

Mary Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, J. Mendel Model

With four clothing lines under their belt, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are quite the busy girls. We had one reader ask us to recap what the designing duo was up to this fashion week, and we would like to respond with the words of their first on-screen character, Michelle Tanner, "You got it dude!" We never mind occasional Olsen stalking, anyway. The mini moguls kicked off the first day in head-to-toe black at the QVC show. We assume the pair was there to take notes on affordable collections for their Olsenboye line at JC Penney. The petite blonds then took the weekend to focus on finalizing their ultra high-end line, The Row, which showed on Monday at the famous Carlyle Hotel.

A few days later the tastemakers were spotted in the front row at J. Mendel's show in matching sunglasses. From the smiles on their usually pouty faces, we take it they loved the red carpet-worthy gowns with edgy cut-outs (pictured right) as much as we did. For the very last day of fashion week, the girls mustered up the energy to present the label named partly after their rising star sis, Elizabeth Olsen.

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt Make Paris Proud | Hollywood yohana

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie

We're so used to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie looking stunning on red carpets that our jaws rarely drop anymore.

That changed when the longtime partners arrived in Paris for the French premiere of Angie's directorial debut, In The Land of Blood and Honey. Even when she plays with color, Angie still tends to stick to solid hues or only plays with the draping as far as her gowns are concerned.

But this time around, the mom of six stirred things up in a white Ralph & Russo frock. The long silhouette is an Angie staple, but we were blown away by the rose detailing on her left shoulder. It remidned us of a delicate paper-mache flower, and it drew eyes up to her gorgeous face (as if she needed help with those lips!).
There was nothing complicated or fussy about the dress, but it was still intricate and interesting, especially on an actress not known for wearing more than the occasional sequins if she wants to add a little oomph to her ensemble .
To finish off the look, Angelina added sophisticated pearl earrings and red lips.

Eva Marcille Storms the Sachika Catwalk as a Secret Agent | Hollywood yohana

Eva Marcille

Eva Marcille, winner of the third cycle of America's Next Top Model, was on a mission to bring the fierceness to New York Fashion Week. The pixie babe channeled fictional secret agent Ivanka on the Sachika fall 2012 runway.
You know what that means: sultry hooded clothes and sexy harness details to evoke the mystery and strength of an undercover operative. Eva even worked a handheld gun as an accessory for one look. Don't worry, we're sure the thought of the weapon being loaded didn't cross front row gals Adrienne Bailon and Angela Simmons' minds!

Twin designers To-Tam and To-Nya's action thriller of a catwalk consisted of signature cocktail dresses, jackets and separates done in luxurious fabrics, including woole crepe, leather, faux fur, silk chiffon, charmeuse, lace and suede. The gorgeous and exotic collection was called "Ivanka: If We Ever Meet Again, and we sure hope we do!

Jennifer Aniston Shocks in Chevron at Wanderlust L.A. Premiere | Hollywood yohana

Jennifer Aniston

Looks like Justin Theroux is coloring Jennifer Aniston's world happy—and it's having quite the affect on her wardrobe! Ever since the two began dating in May, the actress has stepped outside of her comfort zone and into an orange Vivienne Westwood, a floral Prada, a beaded, sparkling Valentino and, now, a chevron-printed Tom Ford.

The star of Wanderlust attended the film's L.A. premiere wearing a completely modern peplum dress. The black-and-white, strapless number not only featured zig zags, it also had mico-checkered paneling and sexy leather trim.
Touches of gold (cuffs on both wrists, two rings and the zipper on her black croc clutch) complemented the fortysomething's blond locks and sunkissed skin. Black pointy Louboutins finished off Jen's Mad Men ensemble.
Justin better put a ring on Jen's finger, so we never have to see the babe in a string of boring black dresses again.

Spice Up Your 9-to-5 With an Orange Blazer | Hollywood yohana

Hilary Duff, Molly Sims, Vanessa Minnillo

TREND: Orange blazers
WHO'S WEARING IT: Hilary Duff (Vanessa Bruno), Molly Sims (Vanessa Bruno) and Vanessa Minnillo (BCBG Max Azria)
HOW TO WEAR IT: A blazer is the go-to when you want to look office-appropriate at work. Now, these Tinseltown hotties have shown that a bright, cropped version can be kept on long after the workday is over. To keep your look professional at work when sporting such a bold hue, team it with classics, like Vanessa's white top and black skirt. That way when you are hitting that town, you'll still make an entrance. Molly took notes and made her all-nude ensemble standout by teaming it with a luscious orange topper. If you aren't afraid of going all out, pair the blazer with a printed dress or top. For this to be successful, take a cue from Hilary and make sure that the piece you wear it with has orange tones to it.

Which Actress Is Desperately Hanging Onto Valentine's Day? Hollywood yohana

Looks like someone forgot to tell this actress that Valentine's Day is over. She wore this red and pink...umm...contraption to a premiere in Los Angeles. We usually find the red-and-pink combo daring, but only when it's done right. The red bodice and pink contrast sleeves make her look like a walking Hallmark card. Not to mention, the awkward tie-neck makes it looks like the frock is attempting to strangle her. For her final offense, she topped off the fashion blunder with clashing nude shoes.

Dolce & Gabbana Showdown: Shailene Woodley's Femme Styling Wins Out | Hollywood yohana

Shailene Woodley, Busy Phillips
Women everywhere are suckers for Dolce & Gabbana's sexy lace dresses. So we were practically waiting for two Hollywood hotties to wear this feminine and sultry frock by D&G on the red carpet. The Descendants' Shailene Woodley and Cougar Town's Busy Philipps wore the same floral lace dress within months of each other.
Busy wore the dress this week to a viewing party for her show, and she definitely gave a lesson on how not to style the dress. As with many half-baked ensembles, the dress was ruined by the unnecessary addition of tights. That, combined with the equally unnecessary gold belt, clashing coral lip and messy topknot, made this outfit a little bit too…busy. (Sorry!)

Shailene wore the head-turning number back in December at the Dubai Film Festival. The Tinseltown darling looked very girlie in the hot pink ensemble that she aptly teamed with black pumps, natural lips and loose brunette tresses. We have to say that the showdown champion is Shailene for her simple and dainty styling. What's your take?

Cree Picked Out Mom Tia's Green BCBGMAXAZRIA Gown | Hollywood yohana

Tia Mowry

Celebrity moms turning to their toddlers for fashion advice is a big trend this awards season. A month after Sarah Michelle Gellar revealed that her 2-year-old daughter, Charlotte, picked out her inky Monique Lhuillier ball gown at the Globes, Tia Mowry-Hardrict told myStyle that her 8-month-old son, Cree, had a little something to do with the gorgeous, asymmetrical green BCBGMAXAZRIA dress she donned for the NAACP Image Awards.
"When I put the dress on, my son smiled and I laughed!" shared the actress, who was nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series for The Game. (Both The Game and Tia & Tamera were also nominated in their respective categories.) "So, I said this has to be the one!"

She continued: "I loved the color! I don't think I've worn green on the red carpet before. If I have, it's been a while! And I wanted to be different." The dress was certainly unique: a one-shoulder design with a skirt that was part mini, part full-length—but completely sexy, thanks to the slit.
Keep reading to find out who made her accessories, and to see what her more conservative sister, Tamera, wore!
Tia balanced the neckline with a side-swept, curly updo, and accessorized with Hearts on Fire diamonds, bronze Amanda Pearl clutch and matching Rene Caovilla heels.
"I loved every aspect of this look. It was perfect for the event," Tia said. "I felt so sexy. Becoming a mom has made me feel so empowered, and I want to be sexy while still being a mom!" She 100 percent achieved that this night.
Tamera Mowry
Tia's twin Tamera Mowry-Housley also made a stylish appearance on the NAACP Image Awards red carpet.
She opted for a subdued, beaded, soft gray Nicole Miller cowl-neck gown for the occasion. The elegant dress had distressed details toward the bottom for a touch of edge, and an open back for a splash of sex appeal.

The glowing newlywed played up her long, goddess curls with big silver hoops and stacked bracelets. She finished off the effortlessly feminine look with pretty pink lipstick.
The beauties rocked two different looks, but each took our breath away just the same. We cannot wait to see what they'll wear to their next event.

Louise Roe | Hollywood yohana

Louise Roe

After sitting front row at at least 10 runway shows during New York Fashion Week (lucky girl!), Louise Roe headed back to Los Angeles to attend Pascal Mouawad's launch party hosted by Perez Hilton, where we got the scoop on the fashion journalist's NYFW experience, personal style and beauty must-haves!
WHAT SHE'S STYLIN': I got my dress on sale at ZARA on Hollywood Boulevard. My coat is inexpensive! It's from Dorothy Perkins in England. And I am excited to say that my accessories are from my line Stylistpick in Europe.
ACCESSORIES MAVEN: This is my double finger ring. I wanted it to be very rustic, so I used wood, cork and gold. I just love the tangerine, peachy colors this season. It's designed after a pendant my mom had in the '70s, so I kind of stole it. I also got my wooden wedge on. I  just wanted to do some very boho pieces for the spring.
FASHION PHILOSOPHY: Very '70s. I model myself after women like Lauren Hutton and Farrah Fawcett, who could literally throw on a pair of ripped denim shorts and look so sexy with a white shirt. They didn't have to be in push-up bras and tight, bright clothes, and I love that.
SHOE FIEND: I love a high heel. Add a high heel to any outfit and it makes it pop! Camilla Skovgaard is pretty amazing. She makes really, really interesting ones.
BEAUTY MUST-HAVES: I really love L'OCCITANE. I just stared using their eye serum, which is amazing. I love the new lipsticks by L'oréal Paris. I don't wear much lipstick, but theirs is the first one that I really liked. I love Laura Mercier blush, which stays in place. I love a really pink cheek. I do masks all the time. I've got a Givenchy one at the moment. The new CoverGirl mascara is unbelievable! It makes you look like you have false lashes on.
FASHION WEEK TALK: It was awesome! It was cold, but I had lots of fun. I wore loads of amazing, bright outfits. it started slow for me. I didn't love all the clothes at first, but then I saw the Mara Hoffman and Tibi shows and I was like, Now were talking! Those two shows were my favorites. The first look at the Mara Hoffman show was my all- time favorite thing ever. DVF had such bright colors. In fact, there was so much color shown for fall—more than I have ever seen in my five years as a fashion journalist. I'm am so sick of seeing black and brown on the runways.
NYFW FUR TREND: I love the look of it. Real fur is different than faux fur, to be honest. They make faux fur so well nowadays that there is not much need to wear real fur. The fur sleeves and detachable collars are very Downton Abbey. It's very retro-chic. It might be a bit of Madmen, too. I think it's from those two different eras, where women were very elegant and lady like. You can wear the fur pieces with a red lip and it's just so femme fatale.
FRONT ROW WARDROBE: I wore three blue outfits in one day, but I did every color in the rainbow. Im into turquoise. I think turquoise blazers are going to be the next big thing. I saw Zoe Saldana wearing one.
SURPRISE SEATING: I really don't know ahead of time who I sit next to at runway shows. They just show up! Sometimes I know them, and sometimes I don't. Shenae Grimes and I get along well, so it's always nice to catch up with her. If I sit next to someone new, I just hope that whoever it is is friendly and they usualy are.

Drape Your Décolletage With Delicate Gold Necklaces | Hollywood yohana

Charlize Theron, Rihanna, Nicole Richie

TREND: Delicate, layered gold necklaces
WHO'S WEARING IT: Charlize Theron, (Fred Leighton) Rihanna and Nicole Richie (House of Harlow)
HOW TO WEAR IT: As long as the girls aren't pushed up to the high heavens (ahem, Viola Davis), you can totally decorate your décolletage with long, thin gold chains and still look classy. When rocking a blazer sans shirt à la Nicole, the dainty jewelry is perfect for making your masculine jacket feel more feminine. Because the pieces are so fine, you can even add a collar necklace to the mix, if you're feeling extra fabulous, like Ri-Ri did. And when you need a little more coverage, a slightly chunkier version of the trend will take care of a deep plunge—just look at Charlize. One last caveat: pick a gilded necklace that gives the look of two or three strands (nothing more) layered on top of each other—and stray away from big pendants. The key word here is "subtlety."

Kristin Cavallari | Hollywood yohana

Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari can wear any designer she pleases, but lately, she's been spotted in Maria Lucia Hohan over and over again. myStyle caught up with the former Hills star to find out about this latest style obsession, as well as her lifelong fashion philosophy and favorite new trends.
LOVING MLH: I love her designs! She makes beautiful dresses that really accentuate the best features of a woman's body. You feel confident in her dresses.
GRECIAN GODDESS: I had a fitting with my stylists Sammy and Judy, aka "The Kids," and we decided on the pale blue Maria Lucia Hohan gown (top, far left) for a few reasons. First off, we were obsessed with the color. It's this gorgeous shade of pastel blue with a pale seafoam green tint. It was beautiful! Second, I loved the strapless bodice with all the rouching. Third, the dress hit my waist at the smallest point, then went out into a long skirt. I felt like a princess at the ball. It was the perfect dress for the event.
ACCESSORY GOLD: We thought the blue dress was a perfect blank canvas to really make a bold statement with the accessories, so we experimented with mixing different metals. We chose this light gold metal belt by Chloé to really cinch in my waist. Then, we stacked a bunch of silver pave diamond bracelets on one hand and matched them with statement earrings. It was risky to mix metals, but it definitely paid off because it came together so well!
FASHION PHILOSOPHY: It is and always has been dress for your body type. Get things tailored! And the most important accessory to have is confidence. Celebrate your individuality and wear what makes you feel good. When you feel comfortable in your skin, you're wearing the fashion—the fashion isn't wearing you.
MINI MAVEN: The key is dressing for your body type. I'm not the tallest girl, so I often shorten the hemline on my dresses to maximize my legs and give the illusion of height. An outfit needs to be appropriate for the event and dress code, but mostly I choose dresses based on fit, what looks good and what mood I'm in. It's a combination of everything!
TREND FORECAST: I'm loving pastel colors right now and for this upcoming spring season. I'm still a huge fan of nude shoes—they go with everything, and it's a trend that's definitely here to stay. Also, every girl needs a great trench coat. Right now, I'm obsessed with the Burberry trench I just got.

Blanca Suàrez Recreates Mandy Moore's Magical Oscar Moment | Hollywood yohana

Mandy Moore
Blanca Suarez

After seeing Mandy Moore in her nude sequined, off-the-shoulder Monique Lhuillier gown at last year's Oscars, our inner girlie girl immediately filed that image away in hopes of one day recreating the magical, princess look. Unfortunately, our inner girlie girl also happens to be broke and Spanish actress Blanca Suàrez beat us to it.
The star of The Skin I Live In attended the Goya Cinema Awards in Madrid over the weekend wearing a dress that resembled Mandy's, but in a deeper hue and iridescent sheen. She even styled it similarly with an updo and studs.

Surprisingly, the ethereal floor grazer was not by the same designer. The second go-round was by Blumarine.
We cannot blame Blanca for wanting to replicate Mandy's memorable red carpet moment, but we definitely prefer the Tangled babe's original version. With the help of nude tulle and fairy dust silver sequins, Mandy managed to look both feminine and regal. Plus, as we've stated many times before, we've got the biggest girl crush on her.

It's All About the Drama at London Fashion Week | Hollywood yohana

Issa London Model
McQ Alexander McQueen
Are you sad that New York Fashion Week is over? Don't worry, there's still reason to be merry! Fresh on its heels, London Fashion Week kicked off on February 17, and the runways across the pond showcased more creativity and quirkiness than we had anticipated (and this is coming from people who watched these gems go down the Manhattan runways).
From marquee designers like Kate Middleton fave Issa London and McQ Alexander McQueen to lesser known names such as Meadham Kirchoff and Louise Gray, the one thread that held nearly every Somerset House show together was pure drama.

While Issa featured head-to-toe prints, McQ's Sarah Burton showed off military-inspired pieces and '50s-esque dresses heavy on florals and tulle. For reasons beyond our explanation, alien-chic makeup and ensembles that would make Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj proud were on display at Fyodor Golan and Pam Hogg. What we could easily get behind, however, were the giant skirts we spotted at Temperley London, Stella McCartney and McQ. (We can at least reinterpret and layer those at home.)
But much like the New York shows, there were some trend notes to take away for fall inbetween the over-the-top presentations, including similar emphases on leather, peplum, and dark florals.
Michelle Williams
Kate Moss
While we had fun letting our jaws drop at every crazy show, there were also celebs to gape at, too. Our fave LFW turns came from Michelle Williams and Kate Moss. While both lovely ladies wore black, their LBDs couldn't have been more different.
The My Week With Marilyn star turned leather and lace on its head at the post-Mulberry runway show dinner at The Savile Club, giving the normally overtly sexual combo a subtly flirty spin thanks to her pixie cut and girl-next-door charm. The supermodel, on the other hand, showed off her envious figure in an illusion cut-out dress by Stella McCartney at the designer's special presentation. While one was sweet and the other was racy, both looked lovely and leggy—and made each designer proud.

Taylor Swift Channels Inner Chic School Girl for Lorax Premiere | Hollywood yohana

Taylor Swift is an expert at dressing for the occasion!
For the Grammys a little over a week ago, she flaunted a gold embellished, nude Zuhair Murad gown fit for a true country princess. But for the premiere of her movie The Lorax at Universal Studios in Hollywood Sunday, she approrpriately opted for a sweet and quirky ensemble.

Taylor, who voices the character of Audrey in the film adaptation of Dr. Seuss' classic tale, wore an adorable cream Honor dress with pleated full skirt and cutout Peter Pan collar. To give the pale frock some shimmer, the singer-slash-actress accessorized with gold Neil Lane jewels and nude O Jour slingbacks that had metallic trim.

Notorious for switching up her hairstyles to completely transform her look, she complemented the youthfulness of her school girl-inspired outfit with a cutesy, fringed updo.
Taylor wasn't the only Lorax leading lady to grace the bright orange carpet in a pretty, subdued color palette.