Style.com is indeed getting its own reality show. It’s already filming in the office of Dirk Standen (left). But they still have to cast a female love interest for writer Darrell Hartman, and they’re not sure which network is going to air the show. Still, it should be tons of fun to watch.
There is nothing we love more than a good, underminey New York Times Style profile — which is why today’s piece by Guy Trebay on Marc Jacobs‘ “ex” Lorenzo Martone is, in a word, amazing. While Martone is certainly the star of the piece, Brazillian model Jeisa Chiminazzo — his date for the evening during which Trebay followed him to the Brazil Foundation Gala — absolutely steals the show.
Last night, Lady Gaga performed a surprise show at New York City’s Oak Room. But just because it was (essentially) a small hometown show, doesn’t mean that Gaga could just show up in any old meat dress.
We’ve long championed Lea Michele’s brand of sartorial savvy and following on the heels of her crash-worthy Glamour cover, the singing starlet can now be found on the cover of UK Marie Claire.
There are streets that young designers dream about — Fifth Avenue in New York, the Champs-Elysees in Paris, and London’s Saville Row. And now, thanks to Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, young designers in Italy can sell their wares on Milan’s Via Spiga.
Yesterday, 88-year-old designer Pierre Cardin showed over 200 looks in his spring summer 2011 runway presentation in Paris. And you thought the TPS report you handed in an hour early was impressive.
When Sara was eliminated last week she packed her bags, but she didn’t go home. She came straight to my 400 square-foot apartment with a pizza and a sleeping bag. We’ve been lying around ever since, watching her eyebrows grow back in and logging on to Vogue.fr, just to piss off Vogue.it. “Take that!” we said with each hit. Then we watched Oprah (instead of The Tyra Banks Show), prank-called some boys, and waited for episode four of ANTM. And alas! It has now come and gone. Just like my “Sara-came-to-my-apartment” fantasy. Sigh. Alone I sit. Let’s recap.
There probably couldn’t be a worse time to launch a print magazine, but new UK fashion glossy Just As Beautiful is right on time. It’s the first magazine in that country to focus specifically on women of a larger size, and its editors are serious about their dedication to women who don’t fit the fashion-model mold.
In case you haven’t heard the news by now, Rachel Zoe and Brad Goreski are parting ways. And while we’re certainly sad, we’re even sadder about a particular rumor flying around about the impetus behind the break-up.
t’s been a thrilling few weeks for us here at Styleite, watching the veritable deluge of photos pour into Style Sheets as submissions to win our Guerlain Giveaway. There’s one more chance to enter, so be sure to throw your hat into the ring for the last drawing!
On Tuesday Sarah Muroch made news by announcing the winner of Australia’s Next Top Model incorrectly. She has since tried to explain what happened in an interview with Australian TV personality Karl Stefanovic. Instead of digging into what she says before you’ve had the opportunity to read the transcript, we’ll just let her words speak for themselves.
Erin’s query comes at the perfect time—today is actually Rodger’s birthday—so a spotlight on menswear is so called for! That is, the perfect outfit is something with a flattering fit—not too bulky or too tight—with a few thoughtfully-chosen accessories and a pop of color.
Balenciaga debuted a punktastic Spring 2011 collection in Paris on Wednesday, featuring bare-faced models in minimalist variations on houndstooth. And while the looks were eye-catching, the models stole the show. A five-months pregnant Miranda Kerr walked the runway with a veritable army of supermodels, including Amber Valetta, Carolyn Murphy, Stella Tennant, and Gisele Bundchen — who closed the show.
After 13 years of gliding down the runway in nothing but a dramatic pair of wings and some overstyled underwear, Heidi Klum has decided to stop being a Victoria’s Secret Angel.
Well, it looks like we’ve found our new favorite Tumblr. The Internet Never Forgets documents the early career bloopers of some of our favorite actors, courtesy of Robin Sparkles. As per the blog’s description: “This is an appreciation blog exclusively for embarrassing modeling pictures of actors from those misguided years of their youth. Owned and operated by Robin Sparkles, who knows all about embarrassing teenage memories.”
Eighty eight-year-old designer Pierre Cardin‘s name is on everything from ball point pens to luggage these days. But after dressing Lady Gaga, Pierre Cardin has decided that the time for a comeback is now.
Courtney Love‘s style transformation from tongue-in-cheek rocker kitschy over-the-top red carpet glamour has never failed to amaze or confuse us. And in what seems like an attempt to explain it all, Love worked with artist Michael Mouris to create “The Dark Night of the Soul,” a cartoon that follows her metamorphosis. The six-minute film tracks Love’s life from kooky clothes to meetings with Karl Lagerfeld and André Leon Tally to Birkin-ownership and beyond.
We’ve known for a while that men are hesitant to shop online for high fashion duds. However, e-tailers trying to lure men to their sites may soon be able to add a new weapon to their arsenal: the digital robot mannequin.
In honor of its 90th birthday, French Vogue dug through its archives to find the magazine’s 50 best covers. You can check them all out over at their website, but we’ve chosen our five favorite.