What the Stars Think of Fashion.


                                       
Kerry Washington’s rise to fame after starring in Django Unchained and ABC hit series Scandal (We LOVE Scandal), introduced her late to the world of celebrity and fashion which means that the 36-year-old star has a different kind of appreciation for it.
"I wasn’t one of these girls in high school that thought about it at all. I went to an all-girls school where you wear your pajamas during finals week. But because I came to it later in life, I really see the art in it," Kerry said.
"Today I'm wearing Tamara, Monique Lhuillier, the necklace is Lamont, and a Movado watch. I don’t know who these shoes are, Louis Vuitton maybe?" Kerry explained about her outfit.  As for designers, I don’t have one particular design house that I’m committed to or loyal to. I think because I came to this later in life, I really came to fashion through my career."  I see the art of it and I enjoy it in that way."




 Jessica Simpson the singer-turned-fashion designer has a huge clothing empire, and shared her knowledge of the industry with the winner Hunter Bell, of Fashion Star.
Along with Jessica, who has the highest grossing celebrity brand in history, the Fashion Star hopefuls were guided by successful style icon Nicole Richie and menswear designer John Varvatos
She may not have reached her goal without the help of mentor Jessica.
“I worked closely with Jessica, and she was always a sounding board for me to stay true to my own design aesthetic, but also very encouraging with the advice of making sure to show off a women’s curves with my designs and to be more sexy with them,” Hunter said.


  

 Rihanna the international superstar has previewed her new line in a behind-the-scenes video for the high street store.
"I just wanted stuff that I wanted to wear because at the end of the day that's what got me into designing - seeing things on the rack that were great, but that could have been a little more me," she revealed.
"Maybe they could have been a little longer or shorter, or have a little more sex appeal or a little less. I wanted to make clothes for fat days; stuff that I want to wear. I was being selfish.”  The stunning star revealed how she came to create each garment.
"I made a piece for everybody in my crew, we all have different body types and different tastes - some are braver than others," she said.
"I think like that because that's how women in the world are. We're all different, we like different things, we have different occasions and different moods."
Rihanna's newest line for River Island is due to arrive in stores on May 25.



Kate Hudson has a refreshingly easy-going sentiment when it comes to her fashion sense.
"I'm very body oriented, I want to feel freedom in my movement. I don't like to feel constricted in clothes, and I've never been into structure. It's got to be comfortable,"
Kate's mother Goldie Hawn is famed for her glamorous attire. The blonde beauty loves her mom's look and is annoyed that some of her beautiful clothes were never saved for her.
"My mother didn't keep any of her clothes and it's one of my biggest disappointments," she admitted.
"I remember watching my mom's make-up artist put on her make-up, it was so amazing to watch a face transform. I grew up knowing that make-up could tell a story," she smiled.
"It kind of became a real interest. Even today, I love putting make-up on people.

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