SJP unveils ready-to-wear bridal looks

Sarah Jessica Parker is serving up some stylish bridal styles that are ready to wear right off the rack.

According to Glamour, her newest collection is a collaboration with GILT that is comprised of 10 styles that are “perfect for the ‘modern, nontraditional bride'” and will keep the bride dressed in style “from the bridal shower all the way through the reception,” and even serve to dress any bridesmaid or wedding guest.

The collection ranges in style, size and price, says Glamour, with styles including everything from jumpsuits and bodysuits to cutout backs that come in atypical wedding colors like black, red and blue. Each style will be available in sizes ranging from sizes 0–14 and XS–L, according to Glamour.

What’s more is that along with the release of the bridal styles come the release of 15 existing SJP Collection shoe styles — like the ever-popular Cosette and Fawn styles — in that Glamour says will come in “an exclusive new selection of colors and heel heights, to pair with the bridal collection.”

As for the prices on these bridal styles, Glamour reports that the clothing will sell on GILT for between “$295 for the sleeveless, bow-back bodysuit to $2,395 for the full-length embroidered gown,” while the shoes are priced between $350 and $485.

View looks from the collection here.

 

 

Actresses to go to ‘Globes’ in black

While the Golden Globes are meant to be a celebration of talent in Hollywood, this year, things may be looking a littler darker.

According to People, sources confirmed that “many major actresses — including presenters and nominees (Jessica Chastain, Meryl Streep and Emma Stone are among those nominated) — are planning to wear all-black looks as a symbol of protest against harassment in Hollywood.”

The move comes as many prominent men in Hollywood — from Harvey Weinstein to Kevin Spacey to Dustin Hoffman — have been accused of sexual misconduct by Hollywood’s top leading ladies, executives and assistants, among others.

With the Globes kicking off awards season, People also reports that the protest may continue for other awards shows this year.