Words can’t express how excited we were when V Magazine sent over the images from an upcoming story by Nicola Formichetti, Lady Gaga‘s personal stylist, who just so happens to also be her best friend.
Rolling Stone — arbiter of all that is cool and, in all likelihood, naked – shot the cast of AMC’s “Mad Men” for their special television issue. The cover image, which features Elisabeth Moss, January Jones, Jon Hamm, and Christina Hendricks, would be amazing if it didn’t have so many post-photoshopping flaws.
Style bloggers hearts’ have been all aflutter today over the announcement of Brian Atwood‘s diffusion line with the Jones Apparel Group. But no one seems to be concerned that the shoes might cost too much money. Above, the Brian Atwood Maniac, which sells for $580.
An adviser to the British Home Office has co-written a study claiming that counterfeit designer goods aren’t really that bad for the fashion industry. In fact, the study claims, counterfeit goods have less of a financial impact on the rag trade than we previously thought, and that selling fake Louis Vuitton Speedy 25s on the side of the road is really a good thing. There are a few reasons why, to put it not-so-politely, this is B.S.
It turns out Kim Cattrall dealt with a sizest ‘tude when she was doing Sex and the City: “I’m not a sample size like Sarah and Kristin, and I couldn’t wear a lot of the clothes the young designers would send us.”
So today we came across a video of what has been deemed “the worst fashion show, ever” by Vimeo user Rachel Timmons. Clearly, we were intrigued. Would there be falling models? Hideous styling? Pleather? Well, not quite. The video gives us a peek at a fashion show taking place in that depressing suburban mecca known as the shopping mall.
Julianne Moore’s advertisements for Bulgari are causing some unwanted attention overseas in Venice, where the images were deemed ‘inappropriate’ and too racy for a St. Mark’s Square billboard.
We love birthdays here at Styleite, especially landmark birthdays that get celebrated with fabulous parties that have all of our favorite people in attendance. So it follows that next to our own birthday, French Vogue‘s 90th birthday — which Carine Roitfeld and company will celebrate with the October issue — would be our favorite birthday of the year.
Inspired by their covershoot with British musician Elly La Roux, Paper magazine dedicated a few pages of their September issue to menswear, with one catch — all the looks were modelled by women.
LA’s favorite celebutante boutique Kitson has been sued by none other than LA’s favorite celebutante Nicole Richie, and now they’re firing back with their own allegations.
When you hear “67th Venice Film Festival” what do you think? We think maxi dresses, floral prints, and light, flowing fabrics. Jessica Alba, however, took a slightly different sartorial route while hanging around Venice yesterday.
Anna Wintour has referred to Candy Pratts Price as “Queen of the Internet,” and for good reason. Once the executive fashion director at Style.com, she was laid off in October 2009 — which left the fashion world wondering what her next move would be. On Monday, WWD tweeted that Price had found a new, and yet very familiar gig.
Despite her stay in jail and shortened stint in rehab, it feels as though Lindsay Lohan never really went away. An article for BlackBook magazine, a spread in Italian Vogue, and a cover for Complex are only some of the projects Lindsay managed to slip into her schedule before lock up. And among such media appearances came arguably the most significant one of all — the October cover of Vanity Fair.
Weird celebrity insurance policies, especially on notorious body parts, are the stuff of legend. Well, we have a new one to add to that list.
It looks like Anne Hathaway has joined the ranks of impossibly beautiful actresses who have shorn their locks for their latest role. Let’s take a look at other starlets who have eschewed trailing tresses for a shorter look.
Christina Hendricks used to lament that only actresses who could fit into sample sizes, like Lea Michele, were the only ones who could get designers to loan them dresses. But now that she’s a game-changing star, we don’t think getting a dress should really be all that much trouble for Hendricks.
Meet Abby Larson, Wedding Blogger and All-Around Design Guru. Whether you’re a bride-to-be or simply love a good table setting, the wedding blog Style Me Pretty has the just-right dose of inspiring (never intimidating) design ideas for making any gathering feel like a special occasion.
Fashion is famous for its nonsensical trends; so famous that we’ve rounded up eight repeat offenders, some of which — despite all their impracticality — we can’t help but love.