Up-and-Coming Style Stars
Musician/DJ Solange Knowles has no fear when it comes to taking fashion risks. "Whether it's eyelets, knits, or florals, I always enjoy playing around with texture and pattern," she once told InStyle. "I like contrast." Much like layering a Roberto Cavalli jacket over simple black basics and accessorizing with a bolder-than-bold CC Skye clutch and colorful Pierre Hardy sandals.
She toasted the reopening of the Salvatore Ferragamo store in a deep purple satin jacket and crimson trousers from the label worn with a sheer print blouse by Maki Oh.
For the Costume Institute Gala, Knowles displayed her way with color in a brilliant yellow peplum gown from Rachel Roy. She finished the look with a lucite Edie Parker clutch and a statement bangles from Jennifer Fisher.
Mirror, Mirror actress Lily Collins plays up her delicate beauty (and major brows) with an impressive array of designer styles. For a Mulberry bash at Coachella, the up-and-comer added a top and accessories from the brand to festival-ready dark denim.
She showed off her amazing legs at the CFDA Awards in an embroidered Marchesa ultra-mini. Matching pointy-toe silver pumps and Atelier Swarovski earrings complemented the metallic design.
For the Vanity Fair Oscar party, Collins chose a dramatic nude embroidered gown by Monique Lhuillier.
Girls breakout star Allison Williams embodies polished N.Y.C. chic. For a visit to the Today show she added an ivory coat and nude Louboutins to a vintage Valentino dress from Frock N.Y.C.
For the Costume Institute gala after-party, Williams sported a beaded dress with a feathered chiffon skirt. Silver sandals and a matching clutch completed the look.
Williams attended the Costume Institute gala in a fuchsia Ralph Lauren Collection column worn with a Swarovski crystal-bedecked clutch, suede platforms and Ralph Lauren Collection vintage jewelry including a citrine, ruby and diamond ring from 1940 and citrine earrings dating back to 1860.
Actress Zoe Kravitz favors mix-and-match ensembles like the striped coat and black separates she wore to New York Fashion Week. "My style is influenced by my father [Lenny Kravitz] -- and The Little Rascals. I watched it all the time when I was younger," she told InStyle. "It's the reason I love wearing clothes that are all tattered and worn."