We hate to pit two of our favorite teenagers/actresses/people against one another, but we have no other choice. Elle Fanning in head-to-toe Chanel vs. Hailee Steinfeld in head-to-toe Chanel…GO!
Have you ever been “glamping”? You know, “glamorous camping”? Vogue has just informed us that this is a thing people do. Break out your $1,150 Prada backpack, folks!
In a bit of cool girl power news, the British monarchy is going modern, changing the rules of succession to give female royals total equality.
Most of us are going to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve with some kind of debauchery either tonight or Saturday, so we figured now would probably be the best time to have a Halloween-inspired StyleDish. Tonight, Marc Jacobs describes what he’s wearing for Halloween, Victoria’s Secret models basically fight over who’s having the best party, and the coolest human-to-vampire transformation we’ve seen to date. Dig in!
On Wednesday, the earth shook and our hearts exploded when we read that Ryan Gosling designed his own leather jackets. We assumed it was in tandem with an established brand, perhaps just a custom tweak on a pre-existing style. (The Gosling of our hearts is too busy holding babies and espousing feminist theories to be focusing on such trivial matters as grommet placement.) And, it turns out, we were right. The maker of Gosling’s outerwear of choice has finally come forward!
If you’re afraid the apocalypse is coming and you want to face it on the bleeding edge of fashion, you might be in luck. Accessory design students are starting to experiment with ways to incorporate life-saving devices into everything from purses to trench coats.
Madonna and her daughter Lola are on the hunt for the newest face* of their Material Girl line for Macy’s, and they’d like to make sure you know exactly what they’re looking for. Ideal attributes include: a good understanding of irony, a love of shopping, and some feelings about feelings. Other things we learn: Madonna doesn’t eat fruit (“it hurts her stomach”), she doesn’t eat things she “can’t identify”, and Lola doesn’t know how to chew with her mouth closed.
Anna Wintour is one of the most powerful and influential people in the fashion industry, and that might be because (believe it or not) she’s done a lot for Black people.
To celebrate Christian Louboutin, his 20th anniversary, and his new book, Barneys has dedicated their Madison Avenue windows to the cobbler. But in an October appropriate twist, the resulting displays are less fashion and more freaky. Thankfully, our friends at Barneys gave us this behind-the-scenes video which shows us exactly how the creepy installations were created — no stiletto-themed nightmares for us!
Just in case you needed to be reminded that British people can be racist, too, take a peek at the product notes for this pair of tan leather pants from Temperley London. In their online description, the pants are called “Latino.”
There’s no better transition piece than an effortlessly chic leather jacket. Pair them with worn-in jeans and your favorite sweater, or a flirty dress and tights, leather jackets can take any outfit to the next level — and keep you cozy! We’ve rounded up 10 of our favorites for this season — it’s time to toughen things up.
Literally nothing changed! All four designers were selected to show at Fashion Week, and Viktor Luna, Joshua McKinley, Kimberly Goldson and Anya Ayoung-Chee had two days to pull their collections together.
On Thursday, Fashion Group International celebrated their Night of Stars. Jessica Biel celebrated her shoulders.
You remember how animal rights activists got all up in arms when Lady Gaga wore a dress made of meat to the MTV music video awards last year? Well now they’re giving her a chance to make up for it by wearing a dress made entirely from lettuce.
Just when you thought that maybe America’s Next Top Model was about to stop being a thing, the licensing geniuses at CBS came up with a way for it to stay alive for at least another year or two. This January, Tyra Banks and company will introduce Dreams Come True, ANTM’s first fragrance.
Did you know that American indigenous paints are “super hot” this season? Or that you can bedazzle any outfit with “magical smallpox diamonds”? Enter fake fashion blogger D.W. Diaz, who is here to school you on all things inappropriately Navajo.
Have you ever shopped in a Hollister (and/or Abercrombie & Fitch)? If the answer is yes, we sympathize! This means you are no doubt familiar with some of the more miserable shopping environments on this planet. The loud music! The overwhelming scent! The bare chests! Also, the darkness!
Halloween is almost here! And while we’re not much for celebrating, Vogue went ahead and asked some of our favorite designers and tastemakers to show off their pumpkin carving skills and the results are as creative as you’d expect.
For it’s annual Women of the Year issue, Glamour magazine picked none other than Jennifer Lopez as the standard bearer of modern women, gave her a cover and will no doubt laud her with a trophy some time in the not-too-distant-future. And when you see the issue on the newsstand (or extract it from your mailbox), you’re gonna get an eyeful of Lopez’s bodacious tatas.
Remember when Fox News accused J.Crew‘s Jenna Lyons of encouraging America’s young to disassociate themselves from their gender roles because she painted her son’s toenails pink? Well now the news organization is trying to use the news of her rumored lady lover Courtney Crangi as proof that she has “discomfort with masculinity.” I would like to tell you why that’s bullshit.