• Cover: September 19, 2014
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  • on our radar

    Catching Fire with Style

    If you thought Katniss Everdeen's flaming dress in The Hunger Games was impressive, the fun is only beginning.

    In a New York Times interview, Catching Fire costume designer Trish Summerville shared what's to come when the film opens Nov. 22.

    Look for Peeta's wardrobe to have more green tones (He's wearing Katniss's favorite color to subliminally woo her), Effie Trinket in uncomfortably high heels (forcing her to literally stay on her toes) and Katniss's wedding gown that "erupts and rises from the ash" as she twirls (we'd buy tickets just to see that).

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    Holiday Haute

    As if Isabel Marant's H&M collection wasn't enough to get us excited for holiday shopping, looks from L'Wren Scott's Banana Republic Collection showed up on Racked.

    A few of our favorite pieces from the festive BR line? Sparkly cardigans, faux-fur boleros and sure-to-be-flattering skinny black brocade pants. The collection, which ranges in prices from $40 to $198, arrives online and in stores Dec. 5. In the meantime, get a sneak peek on Racked.

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  • for your inspiration

    Feast Your Eyes

    Should you ever need extra motivation to eat your fruits and veggies (or simply need more color in your kitchen), pay a visit to Julie Lee.

    Daily Candy led us to the L.A. photographer's just-launched website with mouthwatering collages of seasonal farmers-market produce. Starting at $38 (or $58 for a larger size), the prints are the perfect fit for a sparse kitchen wall and might even inspire a recipe or two.

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