Karl Lagerfeld, Kate Bosworth, Karen Elson and other celebs tweet their hearts out.
Karl Lagerfeld Dresses the Queen
There’s no label as regal as Chanel, so it’s fitting that designer Karl Lagerfeld would choose Queen Elizabeth II as his muse. He tweeted this sketch of his dream outfit for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee.
Kate Bosworth and Joseph Altuzarra
“So proud of my friend tonight. CFDA Awards,” tweetedKate Bosworth, who wore a dress by her designer friend Joseph Altuzarra to the event.
Kourtney Kardashian and the Baby Boots
Kourtney Kardashian showed off some new boots on Twitter—but they weren’t for her. These leather fringed booties belong to her toddler nephew, Mason. “One of these days these boots are going to walk all over you!!! (Mason's fly boots!),” tweeted Kardashian.
Ashley Tisdale Ain't No Princess
“I ain't no princess but I do love pink,” tweetedAshley Tisdale, posing in a body-con hot pink dress with a mesh panel on the front. Do you love it?
Jamie Chung On Two Wheels
As the weather heats up, stars are enjoying the cool breeze from atop a two-wheeler. Looking stylish and eco-conscious, Jamie Chung showed off her sweet ride.
Karen Elson Wants Rhinestones
“Yes please...,” tweetedKaren Elson, drooling over a pair of bedazzled sandals.
Fergie's Hairy Situation
Fergie found herself in a hairy situation this week with hubby Josh Duhamel at the Rock of Ages premiere. “Ready to Rock,” tweeted the Black Eyed Peas singer.
Behind the Scenes with Derek Lam
“Resort shoot in progress,” tweeted designer Derek Lam, giving Twitter followers a sneak peak at his collection.
Hanneli Mustaparta Gets Paperbagged
“Being paperbagged @OWENnyc store opening,” tweeted model Hanneli Mustaparta. Not sure what paperbagging means, but it looks great.
RSVP Joan Smalls
“I am the invite. So honored,” tweeted model Joan Smalls who was pictured on the invitation for the U.S. opening of Chanel’s Little Black Jacket exhibition.
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.