The British Advertising Standards Authority is at it again! They just banned a Lynx advertising campaign for being degrading to women.
Today’s StyleDish reminds us supermodels just wanna have fun. Eat up!
Salma Hayek had quite a busy holiday weekend! The actress is on a whirlwind world premiere tour for Puss In Boots, and in the past few days alone she’s hit up London, Rome, and Sydney.
Tel Aviv Fashion Week was filled with one commonality: talented Israeli designers. But that’s where the similarities end. These designers displayed a wide range of design perspectives, from bare to flare and back again.
This was the week we finally saw the Twilight wedding dress. We also saw offensive billboards, tween thongs, and Thanksgiving style advice. But also awesome puppies! And Muppets! And Obamas!
Black Friday isn’t something we totally comprehend. We love a good deal, but surely there is a less painful way to go about getting one, right? We thought the Wal-Mart pepper spray video was pretty nuts — little did we know there was plenty more where that came from.
Everyone has to get their start somewhere, and billionaire fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger got his literally on the streets. Instead of going to design school or apprenticing for a fashion giant, Hilfiger and a high-school buddy sold jeans to their friends out of the trunk of their car.
Today in StyleDish, Blake Lively, pillows from Thakoon Panichgul and what it feels like to get a tattoo removed from you butt. Dig in!
Turns out that rumor about Kris Humphries suing Kim Kardashian for millions upon millions of dollars isn’t true after all. Sources close to the basketball player say he wouldn’t dare go up against his soon-to-be ex-wife in court.
If you shopped, cooked and ate all day Thursday, and then shopped all day on Black Friday, chances are you’re taking a holiday retail break today. But if that’s the case, the retail world would like to know why you’re not out there on Main Street buying things from small businesses.
Turns out that billion-dollar tax evasion lawsuit the Italian government dumped on Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana is back in action. This week, a court overturned the April ruling that let the designers off the hook — and Gabbana took to his Twitter page to air his grievances with the situation.
We think Beyonce‘s wardrobe department may have run out of steam. Instead of the multiple costume changes we’ve seen in the other music videos she’s produced for her new album 4, the video for the new single Dance For You includes exactly one costume.
Who says only women should wear pearls? One company is trying to change the perception that the fancy little globules of oyster spit aren’t just meant for the ladies by making and marketing pearl jewelry for men.
Designer John Galliano may be hiding his face from the world after his spectacularly public fall from glory, but that doesn’t mean his work has been forgotten. This week, France’s Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Employment gave the John Galliano atelier the label of Enterprise du Patrimoine Vivant, or Living Heritage Company.
Crimes of fashion, take two! Just two weeks after thieves made off with samples of Marc Jacobs‘ entire spring 2012 collection, five masked bandits stole over $400,000 worth of Louis Vuitton goods from Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.
Filipa Fino made headlines when she left her post as senior accessories editor at Vogue this summer, and now we know what she’s been working on these past few months. In addition to running her own consulting firm, Fino is launching Fino File, an online accessories magazine. We chatted with Fino to get the inside scoop on the project, as well as pick her accessories-obsessed brain about Birkins, Blahnik, and more.
The chic looks seen at this week’s Tel Aviv Fashion Week extended far beyond the runway, with stylish Israelis and international showgoers turning it out in their most fashionable frocks.
There is no shortage of sites out there willing to tell you how to get the most bang for your Black Friday buck, but if you’re not averse to a little violence, one shopper in Los Angeles may have had the best plan of all: pepper spray.
Get ready, because this one is a tearjerker! For this year’s holiday video, Bergdorf Goodman went to the dogs. In what is ultimately the most adorable piece of luxury marketing we’ve ever seen, a group of well, erm, groomed canines take over NYC’s fanciest department store for some doggy-inspired holiday shopping. Watch whether or not you love dogs — and finish it for the seriously heart-warming ending. It’s worth it, just keep some tissues nearby.
We know, we know — it’s barely mid-afternoon and instead of focusing on the Thanksgiving turkey roasting its heart away in your aunt’s oven, you’re planning your line of attack for the more important holiday happening tomorrow: Black Friday.