MTV Style Headlines Of The Week: Lanvin For H&M, My Chemical Romance's New 'SING' Video, And More

Lanvin for H&M dress.
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• We're obsessed with the Lanvin for H&M collabo (launching this weekend!), so we did what any girl would do: We picked our favorite outfits from the collection! AND we compiled a list of our fave celebrities wearing the most fabulous Lanvin looks.

• My Chemical Romance released their latest music video "SING," and we snatched up the exclusive outfit sketches from Gerard Way himself, plus every real-life look from the video.

• We picked our top seven looks from the two most fashionable events this week: the IN ADD MINUS flagship store launch and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles' annual gala. Which outfit are you coveting?

• Fall trends are in full force! Check out our top looks: big bows, sweater dresses, skinny cargo pants, wide-leg trousers, and fishtail braids.

• Blair Waldorf's amazing dresses dominated this week's Gossip Girl. Don't believe us? See for yourself.

• Fierce fashion face-offs! Who wore it best: Natalie Portman vs. Mandy Moore and Kristin Cavallari vs. Christina Aguilera?

• What were our favorite hustlers up to this week? Glee's Matthew Morrison sexily stripped down for Details magazine, Rick Ross hung with Jesus, the GQ Men of the Year party had too many hot dudes to count, Lil Wayne loved Neiman Marcus (who knew?), Jay-Z wore Gucci, Chace Crawford and Ed Westwick suited up, and Chord Overstreet and Mark Salling geeked out. Whew!

• Two stars, six looks: Which style is best for Rihanna and Emma Watson?

• Don't know what to get your boyfriend for Christmas this year? We have 15 great gifts he won't want to return. Promise!

• Rising pop star Sky Ferreira stopped by MTV to talk about hipster fashion, jeggings, and mom jeans.

• Natasha Bedingfield stripped down (sort of!) for her latest video "Strip Me." Check out our favorite looks.

Get your rest, fashionistas — those H&M lines start early on Saturday morning! Best of luck!

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