“Can you believe these jeans are made of recycled coffee grounds? Perfect for #NationalCoffeeDay! Thank you@AmericanEagle #ButFirstCafeX” Photo: @hilaryduff/Instagram American Eagle Outfitters really loves April Fools Day and annually punks its customers. Once the company released a fake ad for spray-on jeans and another time they introduced a line of doggy clothes (which actually proved to be so popular they produced it).
Vanessa Hudgens posing on the red carpet with her hands behind her back. Photo: Getty Images Poor Vanessa Hudgens broke her finger (check out her Instagram, digits are definitely not supposed to bend that way), but she didn’t let it get in the way of her style. At the 2015 Industry Dance Awards and Cancer Benefit Show, the High School Musical actress wore a mustard colored Grecian gown. The yellow dress featured a high front slit, which revealed sequin sparkly silver stilettos underneath.
Why Sarah Jessica Parker Was More Than Happy to Have H&M Produce the Dress She Designed Sarah Jessica Parker had already spent months designing the gown she wanted to wear to the Met’s opening of China: Through the Looking Glass when H&M came calling. “I said look, ‘I’m pretty far along in the process, but they talked about their Conscious Collective and their sustainability stuff and I said, ‘That’s perfect!” Perfect because Parker, a previous host and long time supporter of the Met—and fashion—was hoping to work vintage fabrics into her black dress. “They found all these beautiful fabrics—really beautiful vintage fabrics and vintage pieces, and hand dyed fabrics—and they used organic silk and cotton and tencel, and it’s been a really fun process.” Almost as fun as her Philip Treacy headpiece. Much like her iconic TV character, Parker’s knack for mixing high and low was on display at even the fanciest red carpet of the year. Vanessa Hudgens in custom H&M. Photo: Sketch of Hudgen’s custom H&M dress.