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Jennifer Garner Scores Her First Fashion Campaign. Five More Celebrities Who Should Be Next

Jennifer Garner has scored her first ever fashion ad campaign for luxury brand, Max Mara. Actually, the 41-year-old actress is the first ever celebrity face for the Italian fashion house. Max Mara unveiled the first image for the fall 2013 campaign, which features Jennifer wearing the brand's signature cashmere camel colored coat. While Garner is no stranger to representing a brand, she has previously been the face of Neutrogena, this is the first time she signed on to work with a fashion brand. The ads will begin to appear in fashion magazines and newspapers this September.

What do you think of Jennifer Garner's Max Mara ad? Do you think it was the right choice for the brand?

So far 2013 has brought us a few amazing celebrity ad campaigns, most recently Nicole Kidman looking so sexy for Jimmy Choo and Rooney Mara for Calvin Klein's newest fragrance, Down Town. Probably one of my personal favorite campaigns for fall 2013 is Tom Sturridge and Sienna Miller for Burberry. However, I haven't met a Burberry ad campaign that I dislike yet.

With the news of Jennifer Garner's Max Mara campaign, it got me thinking about other celebrities that have never had a fashion campaign, or rather those famous faces that I'd like to see represent fashion brands. Here is a list of five more celebrities who should be the next to land a major fashion campaign.

Kerry Washington for Prada or Miu Miu: I'd love to see Kerry Washington land a fashion campaign, she has such sophisticated personal style. I think Prada or Miu Miu would be a good brand for the Scandal start to represent. She looked amazing in the white Prada dress at the Rome premiere of Django Unchained, and for both the Golden Globes and Oscars she opted to wear Miu Miu, which is a subsidiary of Prada. Her Vanity Fair and ELLE covers were both so striking, and her accompanying editorials in both were inspired.

Emily VanCamp for Gucci: After seeing Emily VanCamp's cover and fashion editorial for Canada's FASHION magazine, I was convinced the Revenge star had a natural talent for modeling. She looked stunning in a sleek reptile print Gucci dress on the magazine's cover. For her Lucky magazine editorial in June of 2012, the actress also wore a pleated coral gown from the Italian fashion house. While her Revenge wardrobe is mostly made up of American designers including Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors and her red carpet style has not included anything from Gucci, I still believe she would be a good fit for the luxury brand.

Emma Stone for Calvin Klein: While we have seen The Amazing Spider Man actress work her magic as one of the faces of Revlon, Emma has never been the face of a fashion campaign. Emma is a huge fan of Calvin Klein, often being spotted seated front row during New York Fashion Week. And let's be honest when she wore the sherbert colored Calvin Klein column gown to the Golden Globes in 2011 it was a truly stunning fashion moment. Traditionally, Klein uses models for his clothing and has celebs endorse fragrance and intimates, but maybe Emma could be the next face of Calvin Klein jeans following in the footsteps of Kate Bosworth.

Emmy Rossum for Carolina Herrera or Donna Karan: While Carolina Herrera would be my first pick for Emmy to represent, Herrera has yet to turn to a famous face to star in her ad campaigns. Maybe Emmy could be the first, she has an elegant ladylike approach to fashion and always stuns in Herrera's designs. However, I think Donna Karan could be a good fit for the Shameless star as well. While Karan is used to selecting high profile fashion models such as Miranda Kerr, Karlie Kloss and Isabeli Fontana, she hired Twilight star, Ashley Greene to represent her DKNY label for Spring 2012. Emmy is no stranger to brand representation. In 2012 she starred in commercials and print ads for Cotton Inc., even singing the company's famous theme, "The Fabric of Our Lives."

Elizabeth Banks for Alexander McQueen: This is my dark horse celebrity/fashion brand ad campaign pairing. Alexander McQueen has never tapped a celebrity to endorse their brand or image, but this might be a good time to start with Elizabeth Banks being the perfect choice. With much anticipation, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is set to be released this November. In March the cast's promo portraits were released, and Elizabeth's character, Effie Trinket, was donning a hot pink organza dress from the designer's Fall 2012 collection. Most recently, a still from the film was released showing Banks wearing the famous butterfly dress from the London fashion house's spring 2011 collection. Not to mention, Banks always looks amazing in Sarah Burton's design creations.

It would definitely be ironic if my picks turned out to be a reality. I definitely think Kerry Washington and Emma Stone could be landing campaign's soon, they are continually topping best dressed lists. What celebrities would you like to see representing luxury brands?

~Christy Pastore @christypastore

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Emma Stone in Lanvin at The Croods New York Premiere

Emma Stone walked the red carpet for the New York premiere of her upcoming movie, The Croods pairing a white jersey shirt with a strapless black Lanvin dress featuring a textured skirt and a bow at the back.

She accented her look with a Jack Vartanian ring, Dana Rebecca Designs, Julianne Himiko stud earrings, layered Lanvin necklaces and nude Lanvin pumps.

A wavy up-do and pink lip added the finishing touches to her youthful flirty look.

Do you like that Emma added this jersey tee to her cocktail dress?










Take a closer look at her Dana Rebecca earrings available for purchase at Dana Rebecca for $440.00.

~Christy Pastore @christypastore

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Prom Trends for 2013

This year’s prom looks are definitely inspired by red carpet looks. Taylor Swift and Emma Stone are just some of the celebs giving us those hot trends sure to be seen on the dance floor at prom.

Not only do you have to have the perfect dress, but your hair has to be amazing too. I’m hearing the old Hollywood hair waves are hot this season. Plus, your accessories need to be up to par. Word is big, statement necklaces in a color that will compliment your dress is a must. Lace and color block heels are a go as well.

Whatever you choose, make sure it fits your taste, radiates your natural beauty and allows your personality to shine.

Here are some of the crafty trends for prom 2013.


Not feeling all the long dresses? No shame, they are not for everyone. Instead, opt for a shorter style. With the peplum trend still going strong you can’t go wrong.


What better place to get down with sequins than at prom? Sequins allow you to shimmer and shine creating your own spotlight on the dance floor.

Long Slits

Tastefully show a little leg while you dance the night away. The peek-a-boo craze shows just enough skin, but isn’t too revealing. Definitely the best of both worlds!

Bold Solid Color

Jump into the pool of color by rocking an eye-catching, bright colored gown. Be loud in your gown choice. Just remember to be subtle in other aspects to properly enhance your dress.

White can be just as bold. Make sure you glam it up with a metallic piece as well. So you won’t look too much like a bride.

Sweetheart Neckline

The sweetheart trend is such a stellar, romantic silhouette for prom. This is a classic look that will certainly flatter.

Sheer & Embellishment   

This look is hot right now. Showcasing skin in a subtle way, accompanied with shimmery embellishments, is sexy chic. As long as you keep it in moderation it will be perfect for prom.

Have fun on the dance floor ladies!

By Adrian Kendrick, Fashion & Lifestyle Blogger for AK’s World (http://www.aksworld.net).

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Emma Stone in Stella McCartney at The Croods Berlinale International Film Festival Photo Call

Emma Stone brightened up the red carpet for The Croods photo call at the Berlinale International Film Festival in this sleeveless color blocked, cream and mustard yellow Stella McCartney shift dress.

Emma accented her ensemble with nude Christian Louboutin pumps, Melinda Maria's, Hunter Gold ring and Jamie Wolf's, Open Marquis earrings with black diamonds.

A classic bun and vibrant lip completed her striking look.

What do you think of Emma's ensemble? I cannot decide if I like this or hate this? Why does it remind me of an chicken egg? 









Take a closer look at Emma's stunning  jewels. Her Melinda Maria ring is $80.00 and available for pre-order call 323.937.4591.

~Christy Pastore @christypastore

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Emma Stone in J. Mendel on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Emma dropped by The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to talk about her upcoming film, Gangster Squad wearing this sleek black J. Mendel dress featuring sexy cut-outs and a thigh-high slit.

The actress accessorized her look with Christian Louboutin heels and sparkling Tiffany and Co. jewels.

Smoky eyes, a bright cherry red lip and wavy blonde tresses finished her ensemble.

What do you think of Emma's Gangster Squad promo style so far?


~Christy Pastore @christypastore

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Emma Stone in Lanvin at the Gangster Squad LA Premiere

Emma attended the LA premiere of Gangster Squad  wearing this gorgeous red, silk and brocade Lanvin strapless dress featuring a sweetheart neckline.

She accessorized her ensemble with crystal Lanvin jewels, including an ornate broach at the waist of her dress, Christian Louboutin heels and a red Lanvin box clutch.

Sleek strands and a smoky eye completed her striking look.

What do you think of Emma's look?

~Christy Pastore @christypastore

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Emma Stone in Proenza Schouler at the 20th Century Fox and Dreamworks Animation's 2013 Film Slate

Emma attended the 20th Century Fox and Dreamworks Animation's 2013 Film Slate event in New York City with her The Croods co-star, Ryan Reynolds wearing a Proenza Schouler ensemble. Her look consisted of a black sleeveless top and a blue and green watercolor print skirt.

She accessorized her look with Sergio Rossi pumps, Joan Hornig earrings and Melinda Maria's, Slice Ring in gold and black onyx.

Sleek tresses and a punch pink pout added the finishing touches.

What do you think of Emma's ensemble? Do you prefer this look or her Daniel Vosovic dress she wore earlier this week?







Take a closer look at Emma's ring, which is available for purchase at Melinda Maria.com for $70.00.

~Christy Pastore @christypastore

Image Source: Margo Siegel PR

Emma Stone in Daniel Vosovic at Revlon's New Nearly Naked Makeup Launch

Emma attended Revlon's New Nearly Naked Makeup Launch in New York City at the London Hotel wearing this beautiful short-sleeve Daniel Vosovic pale pink and dove grey dress.

She styled her look with pointed Rupert Sanderson heels, Jaime Wolf's, Woven Marquise Stone Hoop earrings and Melinda Maria's, Titus Gold ring.

Sleek tresses, barely there makeup and a pink lip added the finishing touches.









Take a closer look at Emma's earrings and you can purchase her ring at Melinda Maria for $58.00.

~Christy Pastore @christypastore

Image Source: Margo Siegel PR

Emma Stone in Burberry at the 2012 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

Emma attended the 2012 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in New York City wearing this colorful Burberry ensemble, featuring glittering green skirt and a navy peplum bustier top with a black waistband. 

The Amazing Spiderman star accessorized her look with Christian Louboutin heels and Jennifer Meyer jewels.

Side-swept blonde tresses and a muted pink lip added the finishing touches.

What do you think of Emma's look? Do you like the black heels with this ensemble or would you have liked to have seen a more colorful shoe?

~Christy Pastore @christypastore

Image Source: AP Media

Happy Birthday Emma Stone~

Emma Stone celebrates her 24th birthday today! Take a look at her top five style moments from this year.

~Christy Pastore @christypastore

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