Today’s StyleDish involves adorable children. Enough said.
You probably know that we love fashion, but did you know that we love subways? BECAUSE WE LOVE SUBWAYS. And now Vogue Italia has melded the two!
Question: What’s bright blue, short, and shiny all over? Answer: Amanda Seyfried’s shorts tuxedo.
We have found the best shoes of the season. And they cost less than $60. You should probably buy a pair or five.
Remember that lustworthy Mary Katrantzou for Topshop dress? Now we have details about this sick collaboration.
If Azzedine Alaïa seems like the type of designer who would lambast fast fashion retailers for destroying the integrity of the industry one cheap copy at a time, then appearances are deceiving. It turns out the designer has a surprisingly refreshing, if somewhat fatalistic view on the whole matter.
Following celebrities on Twitter is a largely boring practice. Instead of candid photos and unfiltered thoughts, their streams are usually filled with self-promotional links and lots of “luv 2 all my fans!” Then there’s Victoria Beckham, who tweeted a photo of a U.F.O.
In not-at-all-surprising news, Kim Kardashian is filing for divorce. See ya, Kris Humphries!
We’re big fans of Cambridge Satchel Company’s neon totes, but ever since the fashion week lovefest surrounding the bags, we can’t help feeling like the neon is a little, well, done. Thankfully, in what might be the coolest collaboration ever, they’ve teamed up with Rei Kawakubo‘s Comme des Garcons on a capsule collection of metallic bags.
Last week, Marc Jacobs presented stylist and editor Katie Grand with WSJ. magazine’s “Fashion Innovator of the Year” award. And while congratulations are owed to Grand, it turns out Jacobs had some news of his own: he’s becoming an actor.
Justin Timberlake is perennially crushable, and it turns out he has a crush or two of his own.
Give Simon Doonan a window, a cause and enough chicken wire and he can turn nearly any storefront into a retail wonderland. That’s exactly what happened when Pay Pal (yes, Pay Pal) asked the fashion expert and creative ambassador at large of Barney’s to design windows for its new brick-and-mortar showroom in New York City.
We know, we know — we’ve served you a lot of “celebrity wax figures that don’t really look like the celebrity they’re supposed to represent” in the past, but this one takes the cake. Also in tonight’s StyleDish, what Michelle Obama wore to pass out candy at the White House and a wallet with no stitches whatsoever. Dig in!
Do you know what we’ve been doing over the last 36 hours, America? We’ve been shivering. On Saturday, New York had its earliest snowfall since, like, The Civil War, and most of the Northeast had to bundle up, hunker down and hope not to be frozen alive. We here in the Big Apple only got a few inches of snow, but the storm left no doubt in anyone’s mind: Sweater weather is here to stay.
We generally adhere to the idea that if there’s a product available for purchase, it must be because there’s some kind of market for it. Right? Well, we think we may need a little help understanding EvolutionMan, a new line of nail polish marketed specifically at men.
This was the week Halloween exploded all over everything, Ryan Gosling designed his own leather jackets, Jennifer Lopez got glamorous and Hillary Clinton wore a scrunchie. A really, really bad scrunchie.
Good morning, trick-or-treaters! Did you have fun celebrating Halloween? Because your favorite celebs sure did — and we think a lot of that had to do with their costumes.
We’re pretty much the presidents of the Models Instead Of Celebrities On Magazine Covers Club (MIOOMCC), so we’re all about the Carine Roitfeld-styled covers for the winter issue of V Magazine.
Today’s StyleDish is all about luxury bandaids, hilarious search terms, and fake Chloë Sevigny.
Dita Von Teese is known for her glamorous style, but were you aware that her love of all things vintage extended into her taste in cars?