Remember that Kim Kardashian song “Jam (Turn It Up)”? No? That’s okay, because it got buried due to lack of
quality interest. But a music video indeed exists!
We may not be chomping at the bit for her Kohl’s line, but we’re the first to admit we’ve got a soft spot for Jennifer Lopez. That hair! That face! That perfectly accented voice! (It rivals Margherita Missoni’s in its mellifluousness.) And now: that sense of humor! Lopez makes a star comedic turn in this short promo video for her upcoming collection. Watch it. It’ll improve your morning in ninety seconds or less.
Fluid, a hair salon in Edmonton, Canada, has earned a reputation for being edgy and pushing boundaries. One of the ways it’s accomplished this is by running ads depicting a woman in an abusive relationship sporting a black eye (with really fun hair!). And guess what’s even edgier? Refusing to apologize for that ad when people complain that it’s offensive.
This weekend, Lauren Bush will marry David Lauren and become Lauren Bush Lauren. We weren’t invited to the fancy nuptials, but we do have some intel on what will go down.
What’s old, fancy, dressed all in white and wakes up at the crack of dawn to film rap music videos? Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld, of course!
Because magazine schedules make no sense, Vanity Fair‘s October issue drops September 1. And because Vanity Fair is pretty predictable, Angelina Jolie is the cover girl.
Anna Wintour is, hands down, the fashion world’s biggest sports fan. Basketball and tennis, in particular, seem to be nearest and dearest to her heart, which is why it’s not surprising at all to see that she was out in full, rainbow-plaid form for the opening day of the U.S. Open to watch her fave Roger Federer defeat Santiago Giraldo in three sets straight.
Bummed that H&M postponed its e-commerce site until next year? Fret not, lover of trendy fast fashion duds! Elle is here to help.
Today’s StyleDish brings the sad news that master photographer Annie Leibovitz is throwing a bash for the Kardashian girls. We guess she really needs the kash? We also have history’s wackiest fashion trends and food that doubles as beauty product.
There are a lot of things we love about Lauren Hutton‘s interview with Michael Kors in the September issue of Interview, but topping that list is a badass tale the model-slash-actress told about auditioning for a group of Mad Men-style ad execs in the 1960s.
The September cover of Vogue Italia reads “Avant-Garde”, and avant-garde it is.
We love Joe Zee for a variety of reasons: he’s Canadian! He’s incredibly friendly! He wears Chanel faux-fur suits around New York City in the middle of July and dirty dances with giant Elmos. He’s basically so awesome he can skip the line at The Met’s Alexander McQueen exhibit and we don’t even begrudge him for it! And now, thanks to an article in this weekend’s New York Times, we know that he was as much of a band geek in high school as he is now a Very Important Fashion Person, also known as a VIFP.
Rag & Bone is debuting a new set of images for its DIY Project, and they might be even cooler than the last ones.
Who’s excited for Missoni’s upcoming collection for Target? We are! Who wants to hear Margherita Missoni talk about the aforementioned collection in that breathy, Italian-accented voice of hers while daydreaming about a world in which everyone wears Missoni and your days come complete with a 1960′s-inspired James Bond movie soundtrack? We do! Good thing there’s a video for that!
Kim Kardashian‘s People cover may have been a hit, but the newlywed isn’t too pleased with how it turned out. The weekly chose to leave Kris Humphries out of the cover shot, using a solo shot of the bride instead.
Rumors of Lady Gaga‘s impending nuptials have been floating around since last October, but now that she’s back together with her longtime boyfriend Luc Carl, the speculation is gaining steam. Not only are people convinced she’s about to be a bride, they’re now placing bets on which designer will have the bridal gown honors.
Well, we officially know what our favorite campaign video of the season. Lanvin, you totally win.
Julia Restoin Roitfeld is used to being in front of the camera, and her latest campaign is for Korean label Hanii Y‘s fall collection.
Everyone knows that an MTV red carpet is an excuse to let a little loose, take a few risks, and up the sartorial ante. And that’s why they’re so entertaining! But there’s a fine line between creative and flat out crazy — and last night things went a little haywire. When Gaga-in-Drag looks refreshingly normal, you know there’s a problem.