File this under Things We’re Really Excited To Watch: Tom Ford is the subject of an hour long documentary for the Oprah Winfrey Network — and according to Racked, who snagged a sneak peek, it’s awesome. In it, the designer opens up about leaving Gucci, his midlife crisis, why he doesn’t wear ties, and how many times a day he bathes.
Today’s Dish is full of questions, like: Who is still waiting outside the Kardashians’ Soho boutique after seven months? And: How racist is the beauty industry? And also: Is Aubrey O’Day wearing the world’s worst bikini bottoms? Which is why you should click through to see the answers. Happy Tuesday!
In case you haven’t stepped outside in the past few days, allow us to alert you that summer is here, people! And just because it’s beginning to heat up, doesn’t mean you have to part with your beloved denim routine. You just have to adjust it a little! Enter: Diesel Powder.
Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen won’t find out if they won the CFDA’s award for Emerging Talent until the ceremony next week, but the press they got in today’s issue of Women’s Wear Daily says it all. The industry paper dedicated no less than four articles to the duo, the best of which is a lengthy profile by Bridget Foley in which the sisters “wax rapturous” about Alexander McQueen and Foley waxes equally rapturous about the insanely awesome gifts they give each other.
Fendi‘s much-hyped South Korean fashion show is set to go down Thursday, and the Karl Lagerfeld-helmed fashion house is no doubt relieved that they’ll be allowed to show fur on the Seoul runway.
If you believe the highly speculative piece in today’s WWD, then yes. But we’re not totally buying it.
Lady Gaga has managed to be so consistently outré that we thought she’d run out of ways to shock us (though eating David Letterman’s notes was a valiant effort) — until we read that she’d spent so much on tour costumes she’d actually bankrupted herself.
One would think most people know by now not to mess with Naomi Campbell, but apparently that logic doesn’t apply to the advertising and marketing execs over at Cadbury. The supermodel is suing mad over a new ad for the candy company’s “Bliss” chocolate bar.
As we reported this weekend, Kate and Prince William will grace the July cover of Vanity Fair. And, behold, here is the cover!
Despite the fact that Dior has repeatedly stated they won’t be announcing John Galliano‘s replacement until the fall, the Riccardo Tisci rumor drum beats on — which is why New York Magazine had no choice but to ask him about it during their 54 minute long interview in this week’s issue.
Are you ready to dress your kids up in pint-sized wrap dresses and cheerful prints? Are you ready to do so with Diane von Furstenberg designs at Gap prices? The retail giant may be in trouble, but the rumored DVF/GapKids collaboration has us very, very excited.
We’ve known for a while now that the Royal Couple‘s first offcial trip would be to Canada (with a short stopover in Los Angeles!) but now we know, to the day, where they’ll be and when they’ll be there.
In today’s StyleDish, Katy Perry‘s makeup artist talks about summer makeup, our friends at The Huffington Post break down the most iconic swimsuit moments of all time, and, well, two words: peacock eyelashes. Also, Natasha Poly models a car! For Gucci! Dig in! StyleDish is served.
Sarah Burton has been doing a spectacular job running Alexander McQueen in the absence of the label’s founder (Seriously, did you see Kate Middleton‘s wedding dress?), and her newest collection of silk scarves is no exception. The collection, cleverly titled God Save McQueen, embodies everything the designer wanted to accomplish with his clothing.
Because Tyra Banks needs competition, supermodel Heidi Klum launched her very own fashion and lifestyle website with AOL last week. But instead of the sleek, black and white Internet home of a fashion expert we expected, Klum’s website caters to people looking for tips on how to manage their kids, careers, wardrobes and exercise routines. Klum’s crack squad of experts in various fields will help her disseminate advice on everything from home design to health and wellness.
While, thankfully, Botox Mom‘s story was a hoax, it was concerning enough to prompt a cosmetic doctor to pen a cautionary tale for young people considering facial fillers to forestall wrinkles: Dr. Darren McKeown says using Botox as a preventative measure won’t actually stop the aging process. It’ll advance it.
It’s been almost two months since former Vogue Paris editrix Carine Roitfeld nabbed herself a job styling a Chanel campaign, and now we finally know what it’s going to look like! Instead of being set in Chanel’s Paris flagship on the Rue Cambon or in a scintillatingly French budoir somewhere, the shots took place in a simple photobooth.
Tyra Banks and Andre Leon Talley‘s “Fa-Fa-Fa-Fashion” videos might be the best thing to happen to the internet since cute cat videos, but only because the two are so hilariously, whackadoodley, insane. This week’s edition focuses on shapewear, that flesh-colored category of undergarments meant to squish all your unsightly lumps and bumps like an expensive and human-sized form of sausage casing.
Happy almost Memorial Day! In honor of the long weekend, we’ve got a look inside the weekend bags of fashion’s finest — think Thakoon, Waris Aluwahlia, and more. We’ve also got a little trip down memory lane, in which stylist Sasha Charnin Morrison reveals the real reason behind Gwyneth Paltrow‘s ill-fitting Oscar gown. Enjoy!