Was this just a case of writers losing sight of what crosses the line, or was it something more malicious? We’re still deciding.
Seriously, they were next-level.
In the spirit of Sunday Funday, here’s a little clip that’s just for fun: a vintage makeup video tutorial from the 1940s. This is how our grandmothers did it!
Forget marrying a prince, we all know that every girl’s dream is to own a pair of Louboutins. And our dream is to own this feminine-yet-tough pair.
Designer Norma Kamali is speaking out against a problem that often goes completely unnoticed, and yet it’s one that all women suffer from in some capacity. With a new website and a short film called “Hey Baby”, Kamali is sending the message that objectification needs to stop.
Karen Smith Amanda Seyfried is a fantastic actress, but she also knows how to work the red carpet and photographs pretty incredibly. And in this editorial in the newest issue of Vs, she totally proved her modeling chops.
One word: EW. Not okay.
And yet another model Victoria’s Secret model gets maimed by Photoshop!
If you haven’t heard yet, Anne Hathaway is gettin’ hitched this weekend (stay tuned for coverage!), so in the spirit of celebrity weddings, we’ve compiled a round up of some of the most
ridiculous insanely huge and expensive engagement rings in recent memory.
French house Chloé threw a massive bash last night at the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris to kick of an exhibit called “Chloé: Attitudes” that showcases the label’s work over the last 60 years. Naturally, there were models everywhere, Karl Lagerfeld showed up, and everyone looked just smashing.
SLiNK, a self-identified plus-size magazine from across the pond that debuted a little over a year ago, just published a very unique cover and inside editorial. It’s all shot in 3D, and comes with a free pair of 3D glasses so those curvy-licious looks jump right off the page. How cool is that?!
We’ll admit we were pretty giddy with anticipation this morning as we watched the crowd settle down at Raf Simons’ first-ever ready-to-wear show for Christian Dior. Unfortunately, we were at our desks in New York rather than in the stark white box of a venue the brand set up on the Esplanade des Invalides in Paris, but that fact barely diminished our excitement. Between Twitter, Instagram, and livestreaming, there’s plenty to take in even if you’re 3,000 miles away.
A restrained Parisian affair this was not, but man oh man did it look fun.
Remember when Lady Gaga defended her friend Oscar de la Renta in his beef (pun intended) with Cathy Horyn? We all kind of rolled our eyes, but, Mother Monster is not done! She’s taking this silly misunderstanding one step further with a rap song that she debuted at Nicola Formichetti‘s Mugler show.
The challenge this week had two purposes: to promote Heidi Klum’s new line of baby clothes, “Truly Scrumptious” for Babies ‘R Us (…I know) and to mess with the designers’ heads. To that end, they were given the task of creating a look for a bunch of adorable little babies and their mothers.
While it was certainly fun to spot celebs and Olympians at New York Fashion Week, deep down inside, we knew that they were being paid a hefty sum just to sit in the front row.
If you make a mistake on the web, people will most definitely see it. And if you try to cover it up, well, that just makes it worse. Case in point: a racist remark in an article about Zadig + Voltaire‘s new hotel in Paris’ Left Bank.
Even if his first cover didn’t exactly bring home a gold medal when it came to newsstand sales, it looks like Ryan Lochte is still spending his time on dry land cozying up to Vogue — and no, we’re not just talking about the time he fondled Anna Wintour‘s bare leg.
Thirty-year-old Autumn Adeigbo is a relatively new-to-us designer, and only has two collections under her belt, but the New York native is actually quite the industry vet. Read on to find out her more about her African-inspired (and charitable!) collections, biggest design dream, and why she doesn’t get caught up in all the New York Fashion Week hype.