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There’s just something so downright loveable about a nostalgic conversational print. You know, the iconic images and whimsical sketches that bring your cartoon-watching, picture-book reading days rushing back to you, so much that you practically smell the halls of your old school. Take a stroll down memory lane with these picks:
Sometimes when a product is glaringly racist, the Internet will get all upset about it and as a result that product will get pulled off the market entirely. That’s sort of what happened with Jeremy Scott’s newest sneaker collaboration with Adidas on Monday evening, except for the fact that Scott’s design wasn’t racist in the slightest.
While some award show red carpets can be predictable, Logo‘s NewNowNext Awards red carpet was quite the opposite. Instead of boring nude gowns, there were rainbow hair dresses, an ab-tastic Perez Hilton, Eden Wood from Toddlers & Tiaras, and Peeta!
Today is the day our favorite dapper rapper, Kanye West, turns 34. Happy Birthday, Yeezy!
Jeremy Scott is probably our favorite show of every season — it’s tied with Ralph Lauren for almost diametrically opposite reasons — because it’s just so darn fun. If the rest of fashion week is a glorified trade show, Scott’s runway presentations are like downtown art parties on ecstasy or, in the case of this season, ecstasy and LSD. We’ll explain.
While we think heels are here to stay, we do love a good pair of sneakers. They’re comfortable, functional and sometimes really, really cool (other times they’re not so cool, but whatever). High-top, low-top, everywhere in between — we compiled a list of five sneaker collaborations that have us lusting.
On Thursday night in Paris, fashion’s biggest and boldest names turned up to celebrate Paris Vogue’s 90th anniversary at a masquerade ball thrown by editor Carine Roitfeld. Gisele Bündchen, Diane von Furstenberg, and Karolina Kurkova were a few of the recognizable faces — behind their masks, of course — and the theme gave them carte blanche to go all out, sartorially speaking.
New York Fashion Week is finally over! It was exciting, beautiful, disorganized, fun and most of all exhausting. And we loved every second of it.
Jeremy Scott is as known for his fashion as he is known for his fashion statements, and Wednesday’s Spring / Summer 2011 collection was no exception. While last season Scott dedicated his show to Fashion (with a capital tongue-in-cheek ‘F’), his past shows have included commentary on religion and politics. We’re gonna go out on a limb here and guess that this season’s topic of choice was relationships or, perhaps more specifically, sex. Also, Kanye West was there!
In fashion, they say inspiration can come from just about anywhere — Japanese horror flicks transform into webby knits and locker room wear becomes a corseted sweatshirt. But Eric Cartman? Not exactly our idea of a muse.
Gossip frontwoman and fashion icon Beth Ditto graces April’s cover of Paper magazine as part of their Beautiful People issue. While the photos are obviously awesome — hyper-colorful and shot by designer Jeremy Scott on a simple white set — it’s the accompanying article that has us kvelling.