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As an umpteenth reminder that she’s earned the right to her name, Victoria “Posh” Beckham has produced her poshest product yet — a handbag that retails for £18,000, or about $29,000 according to today’s exchange rate.
Seeing double? Actually, triple is probably more accurate, considering that you’ve already seen these two covers (which belong to Vogue Hellas and Vogue Portugal) in a Vogue Paris editorial last month.
Believe it or not, someone did. But this isn’t the kind of cold-weather accessory you’d wear around your neck — even if it would go particularly nicely with a black trench. Instead, it’s a silk scarf designed by none other than Henri Matisse.
Is it just us, or are dubiously clothed customers inexplicably attracted to US Airways? Just days before last week’s now-infamous “saggy pants” incident, the American airline had an encounter with another scantily clad passenger. The unidentified elderly man was spotted wearing skimpy women’s underwear and not much else on a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Phoenix.
Despite her It Girl status, model, DJ, and sometimes actress Daisy Lowe wasn’t always confident about her body. Known for her risqué cover shoots as much as her innovative style, Low admits that accepting her curvier shape wasn’t always easy.
Whether you’re hippie or health-savvy, chances are your bathroom cabinet contains more than a few “organic” items. But exactly what does organic entail? A lawsuit by the Center for Environmental Health reveals that numerous “organic” beauty products actually contain very few organic ingredients, if any at all.
Ever wonder what Tavi Gevinson keeps in her locker? Today’s StyleDish shows us the Style Rookie’s essentials (amongst them a blue wig and Play-Doh), Andrej Pejic’s latest catwalking adventures, and how to look like a J.Crew model (because that’s obviously very, very necessary).
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you’ve probably heard of flash-sale sites like the Gilt Group and Rue La La, which allow savvy shoppers to score Miu Miu star-print shifts and Proenza Schouler tie-dye tees without breaking the bank. Unfortunately, those shifts and tees rarely come in any sizes above a 10. But now, with the advent of Clique to Know, the plus size population also has an opportunity to score cheap, coveted finds.
On the heels of last year’s success, the third annual Full Figured Fashion Week is returning to New York. Beginning on June 16, international designers specializing in sizes 12+ will debut their designs in a whirlwind of presentations spanning three days.