Kerry Washington Talks Live Tweeting During Labor For ‘The Edit’

Kerry Washington The Edit

As a fun mash up of their two words –fan meets Hollywood star– The Edit commissioned Aliza Licht to interview Kerry Washington for their new issue…. More »

#TBT: 17 Hollywood Starlets Then & Now On The Red Carpet

Celebrities have the (mis)fortune of red carpet moments that best demonstrate their personal style coming full circle. … More »

Burberry Features First Pakistani Model (And She Is So Cute)!

She might be a natural in front of the camera, but Laila is just your average 5-year-old. She loves “Frozen,” painting and annoying her older brother. … More »

10 On Trend Spring Wardrobe Updates Under $200

Your spring wardrobe wish list is growing exponentially with every passing sunny day, and you’re beginning to wonder how you’re going to afford it all without selling your eggs…. More »

What Dress Code? Christina Hendricks Stuns In Emerald Gown At ‘Mad Men’ Black & Red Ball


Christina Hendricks turned heads on the red carpet when she arrived at the Black & Red Ball in a green Zac Posen gown with disappearing skirt. … More »

Dive In: 15 Sexy Swimsuits You Need This Summer

Don’t stress out about shopping for swimsuits, because we’ve selected all the sexiest swimwear styles of the season…. More »

Intensely Fierce Motivation To Buy Those Expensive Heels

They’ve been sitting in your Net-A-Porter cart for weeks. Even if those heels went on sale, they’d still take 1/3 of your paycheck…. More »

StyleBlazer Street Shots: Here Comes The Sun

No ifs, ands, or buts: Spring is definitely here. And if these bi-coastal rain showers have shown us anything, it’s that flowers are on the way…. More »

Angela Simmons Is Doing Her Best Amber Rose Impression

Angela Simmons is officially on spring break, and what better way to pass the time than to recreate some iconic moments in bikini history.
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Editors’ Picks: 10 Stylish Swimsuits For Your Body Type

From round derrieres to voluptuous thighs and itty bitty “girls,” there’s no such thing as “one fits all” … More »