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Style Notes: Maddie Ziegler, Rachel Zoe's Son Make Runway Debuts; "Foot Panties" Are Now a Thing

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Maddie Ziegler and Skyler Morrison Berman

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Twelve-year-old Maddie Ziegler made her runway debut at Ralph Lauren's fall 2015 children's show at the Central Park Zoo on Wednesday evening, rocking a "Polo" beret and plaid shirt dress for one look and a pirate hat complete with a feather for another. The dance prodigy, who also starred in dancewear brand Capezio's ads for their Betsey Johnson collaboration, was joined by Rachel Zoe's son, Skyler Morrison Berman, 4. The happy tot seems to have taken the "run"way quite literally, as he was all smiles while jogging in his teddy bear pullover. Too cute. [Page Six]

No one likes sweaty feet and sandals, but let's be honest — "hidden" socks basically never stay on. The solution? Colorful, foot panties, which have both style and function. Advertised as "lingerie for your feet," foot panties are the brain child of renowned costume designer Patricia Field, whose work you might be familiar with from a little show called Sex and the City. You can pick up a lacey pair for $18 at PatriciaField.com. [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]

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Estee Lauder ambassador Joan Smalls is going behind the scenes of the beauty biz with her very own collection of lipsticks for the iconic cosmetics brand. Inspired by her violet lips from the Met Gala red carpet, the line is filled with vibrant hues available in 12 matte shades. You can snag your own for $30 on Estee Lauder's website. [Vogue]

ICYMI, Jennifer Aniston wed hunky beaux Justin Theroux at a top secret ceremony at their Bel-Air mansion on Wednesday evening. Though not much is known about what the bride wore down the aisle, the couple's wedding bands were apparently designed by their close friend Jennifer Meyer. Based on how well the pair managed to keep their vows a secret, we're guessing it'll be awhile before anymore details emerge. [WWD]

 

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