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A rainy day has become all the more grim with the news that one of our favorite stylists, Annabel Tollman, has passed away at age 36. In honor of Tollman, we’ve dug into the archives and found our 10 favorite covers and editorials that have that distinct Annabel touch.
It’s a day of thanks, a day of family, a day of watching football and parades on the television. But really, it’s a day of food. So while you’re prepping for this afternoon’s gastronomical marathon, we’ve rounded up some of fashion’s favorite faces and asked them what they’ll be stuffing themselves with tonight. Their answers vary from the traditional to the sweet to the downright debaucherous. Take a look and enjoy!
This week Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld made headlines — as did Dov Charney and Lady Gaga. Reality shows were such a thing, Kanye got back in the fashion game, and the royal wedding continued to take over our lives.
Last week, Bravo announced that Rachel Zoe-alum Brad Goreski was getting his own show and, sure, we were excited. Now, the network is adding yet another style and, more specifically, stylist-focused show to their roster by teaming up with Annabel Tollman for a new show temporarily titled, “The Annabel Tollman Project.” (Sound familiar?) And while we don’t like to play favorites with our stylists, well, this show is probably going to be awesome.
It took the establishment of the eBay Lookbook, a new user-curated shopping website, to help get in touch with Whitney Port long enough to find out why she doesn’t eat pasta. But we also learned a lot about where we’ll be getting a lot of our clothes over the next few months.
Have you ever sat down and thought of alternative reality shows that could join the likes of America’s Next Top Model, Project Runway, or Shear Genius? Maybe that’s why we’re so excited about Theory’s newest Fashion Insider initiative, Theory Style-Off.
With most print publications in the midst of an economic pickle, many veteran fashion editors have found themselves a new career helping fashion brands expand their web presence. But while editors certainly have the experience and know-how with regards to making a newsletter pop, we can’t help but think that some of these brands are looking for help in the wrong places.