With the season finale of the show coming up next week, we have a special surprise for you guys! We're giving away (6) David & Young scarves just like the ones that Blake, Leighton, and Michelle all wore on the show in "The Wrath of Con" episode! Be sure to enter for your chance to win!
Enter the Gossip Girl D&Y Scarves Contest
Gossip Girls' Leading Ladies were kept warm and stylish in D&Y scarves, on last week's 'Wrath of Con' episode. Get this year's hottest accessory at Macy's, Nordstroms or on-line at www.dyaccessories.com
. Scarves retail for only $20 each.
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In what sounds like an amazing flashback scene, tonight's Gossip Girl shows Lily van der Woodsen from the eighties: "Scouring through her older sister's locker, Lily tries on every type of Eighties outfit imaginable - an Olivia Newton-John 'Physical' getup, a hard-edged Pat Benatar ensemble and Madonna's classic combo of a belly shirt and suspenders - before finally settling into a strong-shouldered jacket, tiered dress and electric pink Givenchy heels." This is also a mini-preview of the Gossip Girl spinoff about young Lily and Rufus. It's too much already.
New York-based designer Anna Sui is planning a fall line for Target based on the CW hit Gossip Girl. Sui reportedly wants to create the line because she is often asked about the show by fans of her clothes.
The designer's line will hit 250 select Target stores on Sept. 13 and will be available through Oct. 7. Known for what people term her "youth centered" work (essentially, clothes that Gossip Girl herself would wear), Sui will be the second established designer after Alexander McQueen to showcase a collection under Target's Designer Collection series. According to New York magazine, Target is launching Sui's line as part of a strategy to motivate the "masses" to shop at Target (and hopefully outdo its "arch nemesis," Wal-Mart). Apparently the chain sees the CW hit as its golden ticket to success.
Don't you love Michelle Trachtenberg in the D&Y Grey Pashmina?!?
Just one of the three D&Y Scarves worn by the leading ladies in Monday's episode - also worn by Blake Lively and Leighton Meester.
D&Y is available across the country at Macy's, Nordstrom's and at their online boutique www.dyaccessories.com
Love the hats on Gossip Girl? We founded an awesome designer who has Gossip Girl worthy hats that you need to check out! Here's her information and check out some more of the images past the jump!
Born in Chicago, Illinois and graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago with a Bachelors Degree of Fine Arts in Fashion Design, Brenda Waites Bolling has been creating hats, clothing, and accessories for more than 30 years. She started her professional career in Chicago, designing airline uniforms and hats for Hart, Schaftner and Marks, then moved to Montreal, Canada to design outer wear and hats for the Grovesnor Company. Three years later, Brenda moved to New York City to start her own unique collection of couture macrame garments which were sold at Bergdorf Goodman, Henri Bendel, and other fine clothing stores around the country. During this time, Brenda also designed and produced a line of macrame clothing and accessories in conjunction with fashion designer and icon, "Mary McFadden". These garments and other exclusive Brenda Waites Bolling designs have been exhibited in museums throughout the United States.
Meet Eric Daman, one of the most influential forces working in fashion today. While his name might not ring a bell, as stylist of the bona fide cult classic CW series Gossip Girl, Daman might as well be a household name. His aesthetic has garnered warm receptions from Fifth Avenue to middle America. But while Gossip Girl stylist-turned-fashion designer Abigail Lorick (who's responsible for designing Eleanor Waldorf's namesake line on the show) has gained substantial recognition in recent months thanks to the successful launch of her eponymous women's collection at New York Fashion Week last September, Daman has flown relatively under the radar. Until now!