Which explains why she completely nailed it.
Lazy Oaf and Nasty Gal have teamed up to remind us that the ’90s weren’t all about grunge and that fluorescent florals and dizzying prints had their moment far beyond your Lisa Frank stationary.
And yet, naturally, all eyes were on her bump.
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Something’s not right about this photo for their Dorothy Perkins collaboration. And by ‘something’ we mean pretty much everything.
“Aslaug wasn’t hip and cool enough.”
And there you have it.
Sounds like someone enjoyed The Bling Ring a little too much.
Because now you can!
What do Miley Cyrus, Lena Dunham, Gwyneth Paltrow, and these two unlucky partygoers have in common? No, we’re not talking about internet haters. We’re talking about Valentino‘s strapless bow back jumpsuit, which which the salespeople at Saks Fifth Avenue seem have gotten very good at getting into the hands (and closets) of celebs.
The Kate Middleton Effect has shrunken handbags and nearly shuttered a British design house, but the next movement in celeb-started trends is something a bit more serious. This week, Angelina Jolie covers TIME magazine, and the feature explores her recent decision to undergo preventative double mastectomies.
Clever AND charitable!
We were impressed and humbled by the candor of her New York Times op-ed this morning. But… what does it all mean?
Step 1: Work on your surprised face.
Hold on everyone–did anyone stop to think what Suri’s clothing line WOULD actually look like?
This time in the pages of Maxim’s Hot 100, of which she nabbed the top spot. Must’ve been the spiked hair and mesh.
Photo editors have been known to harbor vendettas against models’ limbs. Sometimes they’ll haphazardly gouge parts out of thighs, sometimes they’ll amputate them entirely, and sometimes they’ll take a shoulder and move it somewhere it doesn’t belong. But was Moda Operandi’s Adobe whiz overzealous with the eraser tool on this particular image? You be the judge.
Parsons students may no longer have access to John Galliano, after his planned three-day workshop was abruptly cancelled this week, but Vanity Fair readers will soon get the chance to bear witness to the disgraced designer’s first interview since his public, anti-Semitic outburst in early 2011.