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Penelope Cruz, Charlize Theron, and Eva Longoria are named the best-dressed women in Hollywood in the new issue of PEOPLE en Espanol, which hit newsstands today.

Penelope Cruz landed the top spot as the best dressed with Charlize Theron ranked #2.

Others on the list include actresses Katie Holmes and Angelina Jolie, and singer Rihanna.

 

The magazine also gives thumps up to women with curves highlighting Ugly Betty’s America Ferrera, Grey Anatomy’s Sara Ramirez and singer Jennifer Hudson for their great sense of fashion; and celebrates famous moms who recently shed the pregnancy weight and got back into shape like Cate Blanchett, Salma Hayek and Jennifer Lopez. Daisy Fuentes takes top honors in a special reader’s poll on www.peopleenespanol.com.

Among the Best Dressed men are David Beckman, taking the top honors, along with actors George Clooney, Javier Bardem and singer Daddy Yankee.

The issue also includes a ‘who wore it best’ section, putting celebrities head to head for readers to decide who looks best in the same dress. Among them: Christina Aguilera vs. Amanda Bynes in a sleek Herve Leger, and Jennifer Garner vs. Eva Longoria in a strapless Gucci.

The Best Dressed Women and Men are listed below.

 

    The Best Dressed Women of 2008:
    1.  Penelope Cruz, Actress
    2.  Charlize Theron, Actress
    3.  Kate del Castillo, Mexican actress
    4.  Eva Longoria, Actress
    5.  Lili Estefan, Univision TV host
    6.  Katie Holmes, Actress
    7.  Sofia Vergara, Colombian actress
    8.  Lucero, Mexican actress
    9.  Candela, Telemundo TV host
    10. Daisy Fuentes, model  (www.peopleenespanol.com users choice)

    The Best Dressed Men of 2008:
    1.  David Beckman, Athlete
    2.  Javier Bardem, Spanish actor
    3.  George Clooney, Actor
    4.  Mauricio Islas, Mexican actor
    5.  Shalim, actor
    6.  Wisin, Reggaeton artist
    7.  Yandel, Reggaeton artist
    8.  Daddy Yankee, Reggaeton artist
    9.  Anthony, Dominican lead singer of Aventura
    10. Felipe Viel, Telefutura TV host
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If “The Devil Wears Prada” were a reality show, it would be STYLISTA.

That’s what the folks at The CW are saying about their new show, Stylista.

The reality flick follows 11 fashion enthusiasts elbowing one another for a coveted job with the Elle mag editorial team.

But the fall-premiering show set to air Wednesdays at 9 is getting a thumbs down from at least one major fashion commentator.

Nymag.com’s blog, “The Cut” gives a scathingly honest review.

In the few clips we saw (you can watch more here and here), it became immediately apparent that Stylista will be carefully constructed to mimic The Devil Wears Prada. Slowey’s office vaguely looks like Meryl Streep’s from the film, and when Slowey enters it, she carelessly flops her coats onto one of two assistant desks outside, just like in the movie.

 It highlights in a painfully obvious way how desperately Elle wants to be Vogue. And it’s uncomfortable.

I’ll admit it, with the promotional spots in full swing on The CW, good reviews or not, I’m still curious about what Tyra Banks and Ken Mok (of ANTM fame) have cooked up for this one in their roles as executive producers.

Be your own judge and watch the preview here.




Anne Hathaway covers this month’s issue of InStyle.

In an absolutely stunning spread, the actress talks to the mag about her sense of style, life as an actress and working on “The Devil Wears Prada” with Meryl Streep.

 

The folks at InStyle asked the actress about her style philosophy.
Her response was packed with loads of fabulous advice and praise for Rachel Zoe.

“If you’re going to be glamorous, it has to be tempered with eccentricity so that it incorporates your own personality. Dressing up is great, but you need a twist. And one of my biggest style influences has been Rachel Zoe, who introduced me to glamour. Now I’m kind of pushing her a little bit to explore the eccentric side. Lately, I’ve been having a lot more fun with how I dress. I am braving the idea of ending up on a worst-dressed list, but I’m also a lot happier with what I wear.” 
More photos after the cut.

Patricia Field, stylist of Sex and The City and The Devil Wears Prada fame, has worked her way into millions of homes.  

After launching a shoe collection for Payless Shoe Source, she’s working on another project.

She’s announced that she’ll be debuting “Patricia Field’s DESTINATION STYLE(TM) NEW YORK,” to be sold exclusively on HSN — the interactive lifestyle network beamed to 90 million TVs across America.

This September, the 50-piece limited edition collection from the Emmy Award-winning designer will be available exclusively in the U.S.

“DESTINATION STYLE(TM) NEW YORK is about having the perfect pieces for wherever your life takes you, to work, to a party to a night on the town. It’s about expressing your personal style, which is the key to always looking great!” says Field.

No word so far on the prices or the theme of the collection.

We’ll keep you posted.

 

After Sarah Jessica Parker’s launch of Bitten for Steve & Barry’s, another member of the SATC team is stepping out with a line of her own.

Payless ShoeSource officials are calling the line an exclusive capsule collection designed by Field, renowned for her work as stylist on the Sex & the City(R) TV series and an Oscar(R) nominee for her costume designs for “The Devil Wears Prada.”

The collection is available beginning this week in select stores and Payless.com for $25 to $35 an item.

The Patricia Field for Payless Summer Collection is broader and features four shoe styles and a clutch with a strong focus on colored metallics. Shoe silhouettes include the Princess ballet flat, Empress Roman-inspired strappy flat sandal, Tsarina mix-metallic heeled slide, and the Heiress round-toe pump.

The styles are adorned with sparkling details including faux gemstone studding and “disco ball” metallic materials guaranteed to infuse glam-rock style into any wardrobe. Shoppers can get their Patricia Field looks — just in time for the release of long-awaited Sex & the City movie — for which Field was stylist and costume designer.

“We have been thrilled to work with Patricia, America’s style icon, to style our consumer marketing, as well as to bring her designs to shoppers nationwide with the Patricia Field for Payless collection,” said Matthew Rubel, CEO and president of Payless ShoeSource.