Kate Bosworth Launches 'Style Thief' Fashion App — Here are 9 Times We've Wanted to Steal Her Style
It's been a big month for celebs, fashion, and technology. Not only did the lovely Blake Lively announce the imminent launch of her lifestyle website, but the equally beautiful Kate Bosworth has just introduced us all to her new fashion app, "Style Thief." According to Women's Wear Daily, the app, which was founded by Samantha Russ, allows users to snap a photo of someone — whether it's the street-style star they run into on the way to work or the celeb they're stalking on the red carpet — and then shop the look online. And though I'm sure it will be cool to find out what jacket the stylish New Yorker next to me is wearing on the subway, I think I'd rather use this app to steal the uber-fashionable Bosworth's style for myself. In fact, here are nine times I wish I could have done just that.
At the 2011 L.A. Film Fest
Whether it’s soft or hot, Bosworth sure knows how to rock a shade of pink — a fact she proved yet again in this flirty neon number from Richard Nicoll.
At the 2012 Sundance Film Festival
From the sequined embroidery to the monochromatic red look, this Antonio Berardi number is nothing but smoking hot and super sexy.
At the 2012 Vanity Fair Oscar Party
I can’t decide which part of this Prabal Gurung ensemble is prettiest: The romantic, featherweight organza trim or the stunning bead detailing.
At a 2012 Event in Sydney, Australia
With its floral-print tank and crisp, cutout skirt, this Preen outfit is the only thing I want to wear each and every spring.
At the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscar Party
Everything about this Giambattista Valli Couture ensemble — from the slightly voluminous skirt and the gorgeous embroidery to the sweet berry lips and intricate crown braid — screams feminine and romantic.
At the 2013 Met Gala
This could easily be my favorite Bosworth look ever, thanks to the fierce silhouette and all-over sequined pattern on this Balmain mini.
At the 'Big Sur' New York Premiere
With just a jeweled neckline and a sleek updo, Bosworth manages to make this basic Christopher Kane gown into something spectacular and sophisticated.
At the 2014 Art of Elysium Heaven Gala
This look may be too busy for some, but I adore the icy hue, oversized sequins, and ruffled detailing on this Christian Dior dress.
At the 2014 Blue Book Event
Bosworth donned a look straight out of Old Hollywood, absolutely stunning in this pink satin Kate Ermilio gown and bright red lip at the annual Tiffany & Co. event.