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The Trend: A "Legendary" Episode

This week, Victoria has a one-on-one with two legends in music! Living legend Dione Warwick opens up about her casual-chic style, and John Legend is stumped by one of Victoria’s questions about his signature style. Watch John's legendary reply! 

Check out this week’s featured trends:

Jean Paul Gaultier Silk Tat Stripe Peasant Top

Vince Long Sleeve V-Neck Pocket Tee

Versace Collection Trend Fit Denim

Givenchy Men’s Sunglasses


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The Trend

The Trend goes 007 once again as they highlight the ever-dapper James Bond style. You can certainly channel your inner double agent with a head-to-toe Zappos Couture outfit!

Check out this "Bond-approved" trends! :

Bikkembergs Grey Suit

Vivienne Westwood Feather Tie

Vince Short Sleeve V-Neck Tee

Versace Sunglasses

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The Trend: July 4th Edition

For this 4th of July edition of The Trend, Victoria continues her fashion chat with Aussie superstar Sophie Monk.

Below are this week's featured styles:

Vivienne Westwood Anglomania Boudicca Dress

Marc by Marc Jacobs Cubes Stretch Bracelet

Z Spoke Zac Posen Evening Envelope Clutch

Versace Jeans Striped V-Neck Tee

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The Trend: Michelle Pfeiffer Interview

In this episode of The Trend, Victoria Recaño has an exclusive chat with superstar Michelle Pfeiffer  from the movie “The Dark Shadows”. She also catches up with Daniel Voscovic, “Project Runway” All-Star Challenge winner.

Check out this week’s trends from Zappos Couture:

Retro-inspired jumper: 10 Crosby by Derek Lam Short Jumper

Bold and modern men’s oxfords: CoSTUME NATIONAL Glitter Lace Oxford

Floral scents: Oscar de la Renta “Oscar” Eau De Toilette

Quirky iPhone® cover: Jack Spade Eyes Cover

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The Trend: Oscar Fashion Special

In this star-studded episode of The Trend, host Victoria Recaño schmoozes with the hottest celebs on the white carpet at Elton John’s Academy viewing party.

Here are this week’s star-worthy trends:

Designer shades: Paul Smith Kieran Sunglasses

Curvaceous wedges: Giuseppe Zanotti Wedges

Printed mini dress: Versace Collection dress

Chandelier crystal earrings: Kate Spade All Aboard Chandelier Earrings

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The Trend November 2011 with Victoria Recaño

In this month’s edition of "The Trend", host Victoria Recaño talks to designer Rebecca Taylor, comedienne Kathy Griffin, American Idol judge Randy Jackson, and actress Emma Roberts about their current fashion faves.

Check out this month’s spotlight trends!

Sweetheart neckline dress: Rebecca Taylor Rose Strapless Dress

Animal-print pumps: Versace leopard pumps

Men’s wingtip ankle boots: DSQUARED2 boots

Accordion-pleat blouse: Tibi Pleated Top

Fashion Show of the Month: The Golden Globes

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association officially votes on the awards given out annually at the Golden Globes. Unofficially, though, the ceremony is known as the first celebrity fashion show of the year. And 2009 definitely demonstrated the stars’ abilities to deck themselves in their classiest clothes.

Among those with fashion-to-die-for: Kate Winslet, who looked sleekly chic in her perfectly fitted black gown (Stefano Pilati at Yves Saint Laurent). The only detraction: bonny Kate tended to tug at the top of her strapless dress. Demi Moore, attired in a white Dior that contrasted beautifully with her hair, continues to appear about three decades younger than she is.

And although she and Brad snubbed Ryan Seacrest, Versace -clad Angelina Jolie looked every inch the star in a draped gown. Special mention must go to Drew Barrymore, whose exquisitely fitted blue gown deservedly drew gasps of appreciation as she paraded down the red carpet. From her perfectly coiffed hair to her demurely clad shoes , Drew shone like a real star.

It almost seems cruel to comment on some of the truly bad fashion that showed up for the Golden Globes … but it’s irresistible. Standing out among the worst: Renee Zellweger, who for some inexplicable reason (temporary insanity?) decided to slip into a solid white bra beneath her sheer black gown. Huh? Another pitiful failure: Rumer Willis, who wore a badly fitting dress that looked as if it came from a yard sale (hint to Demi: please give your daughter a lesson in fashion!).

Then there’s Maggie Gyllenhaal, a lovely girl who seems to have an unfortunate fondness for fashion errors. She began 2009 with her traditional lack of style by choosing a very peculiar print that had this volcanic eruption of fabric on her shoulder. Could someone please call in the fashion police for this hapless celebrity?

Last but not least: don’t men have fashion advisors anymore? The ones on parade at the Golden Globes certainly didn’t seem to. The one exception: youthful-yet-dapper Zac Efron, who chose a sophisticated tux-and-tie combo, which surely caused more than one young girl to sigh with envy at Zac’s gal pal Vanessa Hudgens (whose gorgeous gown’s elegance matched her boyfriend’s charm).