Lauren Conrad, Lana Del Rey, Hilary Rhoda and other celebs tweet their hearts out.
Lauren Conrad Gets Crafty for Easter
For Easter, Lauren Conrad got crafty and made these pretty nests. Not only were they cute—they were green, too. “Making decorations from recycled paper bags :-)” she tweeted.
Eliza Doolittle's Nikes
Eliza Doolittle doesn’t sacrifice her urban tomboy style even when she wants to get fancy. “I call these shoes the Chanel-eys of Nike ! So purrrrty !” she tweeted, showing off her kicks.
Where in the world is Sami Gayle?
“Where's Waldo?” tweeted actress Sami Gayle, looking stylish despite the rugged terrain in the background.
Lana Del Rey on the Cover of French Glamour
Lana Del Rey got Glamorous for the cover of French Glamour, which claims to have pierced the mystery of the pop icon.
Fergie's Easter Treat
Fergie tweeted that her Easter workout included 5000 jump ropes… phewph! “And then I made these...” tweeted the Black Eyed Peas singer, coming back down to earth.
Daisy Lowe Reflects
Mirror, mirror…Daisy Lowe is tweeting a photo every day of April, and she started the month with a snap of her reflection in the mirror, wearing a nude, figure-skimming gown.
Pixie Geldof's Manicure
This week’s celeb nails shot goes to Pixie Geldof. “New nails from@sophynailssalon! Obsessed,” tweeted the recent convert to celebs’ favorite nail artist.
Solange Knowles Strikes a Chaka Kahn Pose
“I feel for you..... #Chaka,” tweetedSolange Knowles, striking a Chaka Kahn pose.
La La Anthony in Alexander McQueen
“Hanging out in Alexander McQueen at the LOGO awards in LA,” tweetedLa La Anthony, looking lovely in a patterned, drop-waist dress.
Hilary Rhoda Stuck in an Elevator
Models' lives are full of excitement, but usually the fire department doesn’t have to get involved. “Got stuck in an elevator for the first & hopefully last time last night... FDNY helped pry us out and climb to safety!” tweetedHilary Rhoda.
As a celebrity fashion contributor for theFashionSpot, Ellen Freeman vacillates between being a superfan and a hater. She studied comparative literature at Haverford College and has written for Glimpse, Philadelphia Weekly, and the Philadelphia Live Arts blog. Ellen's day jobs in her hometown of Portland, Oregon include nannying, teaching yoga and thrift store spelunking.