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Rose gold is magic. It flatters every skin tone, looks both natural and pastel, and pairs will with lots of other colors, making it an ideal highlight/lowlight. While rose gold used to refer to a specific level and tone it’s definition has widened to include everything from pale rose-peach to dark copper-pink. It’s not really a trend anymore. It’s become a classic! Trends are passing styles, things that change each season, but rose gold has serious staying power. Click the notes for a gallery celebrating this modern classic shade. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

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Theory fall-winter 2016 campaign. Image: Fashiongonerogue.com

As we lie back for the last days of summer, fashion houses are dousing us in their fall/winter campaigns. There’s plenty tips one can take from the imagery, even if not quite ready for knits. Theory, for example, is lobbying for minimalistic essentials. More interesting, though, are the beauty looks that go with their campaign; they once again show a high fashion house portraying women and girls with waves and curls. We’ve seen a slew of marketing imagery showing the same looks, which means the summer trend for beachy waves and undone elegance is set to snowball into fall and winter. Time for an American Wave! Meantime, see the full spread of stylistic imagery below.   Click for StyleNotes →

Alicia-Vikander

Alicia Vikander made her mark on Oscars night, not only did she win Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Danish Girl, but her modern take on evening hair on the red carpet was an all-around win. I loved the carefree half-up topknot she wore. It was an excellent finishing detail to her yellow Louis Vuitton dress and would look just as great at a brunch with friends. I can’t wait to rock this look. Thankfully you don’t have to be an award winner to wear it either. To learn how to emulate this style, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →