We know Jimmy Choo just came out with a pair of light-up disco shoes, but this has to be the first pair of pumps that puff white powder.
Gorgeous. Gorgeous. Gorgeous. Daria Werbowy was shot by Mario Testino for an amazing 8-page spread in April’s V Magazine. She played the part of Mexican actress Maria Felix.
Saturday evening marked Nickelodeon’s 23rd Annual Kids’ Choice Awards, one of the few opportunities that Young Hollywood has to dress playfully and casually. This weekend’s Orange Carpet was rather refreshing; we saw color, beautiful draping, and charming accessories.
Last week’s challenge on Project Runway was for designers to create their own fabrics, with a special attention paid to patterning. With pattern-maker extraordinaire Vivienne Tam sitting on as guest judge, the remaining contestants had quite a difficult task on their hands. Evidently the task was so difficult that contestant (and winner of this episode) Emilio Sosa felt the need to completely rip off Stephen Sprouse — he of the infamous grafitti-patterned Louis Vuitton bags.
Gone are the days when pregnancy equated bad dressing. Even A Pea In The Pod has gotten a little more fashionable with their new Lavish line, designed by supermodel (and super-mom) Heidi Klum.
If we learn anything from our pasts, it’s that fashion, like history, repeats itself. Usually, though, we can take this mantra with a grain of salt — color palettes change, ruffles are added, and silhouettes are tweaked to satisfy more modern appetites. This doesn’t, however, seem to be the case with fashion these days. Today’s fashion records seem to be stuck on repeat, with no new track in sight.
On Friday, the fashion industry got some serious recognition up on Capitol Hill: Washington’s Committee on House Administration approved the formation of the industry’s first caucus.
On Friday, Sarah Palin joined John McCain in Arizona for their first public appearance together since the 2008 election. Instead of focusing on the politics of what Palin was saying — we’ll leave that to Mediaite — we want to take a moment and ask Sarah, who on earth told you to wear that jacket?
Whitney Port can now add a high-fashion photo shoot to her industry cred. Zink Magazine shot the MTV star for their April issue and, capitalizing on the 25-year-old uncanny resemblance to a young Jerry Hall, dressed her to the nines in 70s glamour. Photos and video after the jump!
Last night, CEO of Club Monaco, John Mehas, hosted an event honoring legendary photographer Bert Stern. Bert Stern is best known for his famed photographs of Marilyn Monroe titled The Last Sitting, which included 2,500 photographs taken for Vogue which were shot over a three day period only six weeks prior to the starlet’s death.
Perfume commercials are notoriously strange and certainly kitschy, but when we stumbled upon this 80s ad for Yves Saint Laurent’s Opium perfume starring Linda Evangelista, we were left speechless and inclined to watch it on repeat. The storyline for the thirty second spot appears to have something to do with organized crime, ninjas, torchlit temples, and a loincloth clothed man-slave who is inexplicably obsessed with the scent of Opium.
In case you missed it, Beyoncé Knowles (with inspiration from her mother-the-stylist-and-salon-owner) opened the Beyoncé Cosmetology Center in Brooklyn’s DUMBO earlier this month. Located within Phoenix House, the center was conceived to empower recovering substance addicts to re-enter the workforce with the sought-after skills of a hairdresser. “Hair salons are like therapy,” explains Knowles in [...]
It’s hard to ignore the fact that as Heidi Montag grew further away from Lauren and closer to Spencer, her shorts got shorter, her dresses got tighter, and, well, her boobs got significantly larger. In today’s edition of Fashion Wars, we take a look at Heidi’s almost 180 degree style evolution. Which Montag do you like better?
I am a less than stylish guy and I scored a date with a super fly fashionista, for friday, any quick tips on how to make me look fashionable fast?
Carla Bruni has officially sealed her status as the First Lady of Fashion — French or not. The former model, current singer, and wife of President Nicolas Sarkozy has agreed to guest edit an issue of Madame Figaro magazine.
Hosh Ibrahim’s dreams came true last night when he won a kiss with supermodel Kate Moss. But with every fantasy comes a cost, and this cost Mr. Ibrahim a pretty penny, about $7500.00 in fact. But before the gossip columnists run around questioning if Kate Moss has flew off the handle and entered into a new, illegal career, it was all for a good cause.
For the last two days, breathless New York-based bloggers (ourselves included!) have been following the Internet’s every update of Karl Lagerfeld’s presence in the city. And now, the piece de resistance comes via Nitro:licious: video of the Kaiser himself, first being lowered in a bucket crane and then, well, walking around and doing what one does on a photoshoot. It’s mesmerizing.
Last month, amFar, the Foundation For Aids Research, raised $1.2 million at their highly anticipated annual Gala. This year, one party did not seem like enough for the Foundation. And when there’s reason to throw a party with some of world’s most fashionable and help a good cause at the same time, we’re all for it. Especially when that party involves honoring Jean Paul Gaultier.
Move aside, Ken Paves and Jessica Simpson. There’s an old bully in town here to steal your hair extension glory.
According to Grazia, Balmain has spent the last 40 years producing an entire line of hair extensions
For most people we know, a trip to Sephora can get ugly fast. A lash-enhancing serum here, a gold-infused facial cream there — and before you know it, the rent has gone down the drain right along with that delicious sea-salt infused body scrub. So, take it from a fellow product whore, the drugstore is your friend. And from our experience, one with some serious benefits.