Angelina Jolie's Surprising Bridal Attire, How to Shop the Runway at NYFW and More

Angelina Jolie's Surprising Bridal Attire, Whitney Port's Charitable Footwear Designs, How to Shop the Runway at NYFW and More (Source: FameFlynet Pictures)Despite the hype surrounding the festivities, Fashion Week can prove to be a bit of a tease, showing collections two seasons before they actually hit stores. This year, however, Herve Leger and BCBG Max Azria have partnered exclusively with tech company rewardStyle on a service that allows you to shop the runway collections instantly via Instagram. Sign up here.

For some comfortable footwear options, consider the fashion-forward and charitable oxfords ($205) Whitney Port designed for Project Shoe. Twenty percent of proceeds benefit Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute to support biomedical research in honor of the former The City star's late father. Purchase them here.

Once the chaos of #NYFW is over, relax in Helmut Lang loungewear for less, thanks to the designer's collection of sweats for affordable chain Uniqlo, set to debut this fall. [Racked]

In case you missed it: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie tied the knot in a super-secret ceremony in France last week. For her bridal attire, Jolie went the couture route, enlisting Versace for her custom-made gown—and her children for her veil, which boasted their colorful drawings. [Fashionista]

For the little leading ladies in your own life, dress them up in Annie-inspired attire, designed by the upcoming film's costume designer Renee Ehrlich Kalfus for Target. While the re-make of the classic, which was produced by Jay Z and Will Smith (and boasts an all-star cast, including Jamie FoxxQuvenzhane Wallis, Rose Byrne and Cameron Diaz), doesn't hit theaters until December, the 25-piece collection (all under $30) will be available in stores November 16. [Pret-a-Reporter]
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