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‘Tis the season for worst dressed roundups (and, of course, for least dressed roundups), and it seems like the same names, faces, and truly terrible gowns keep popping up wherever we look.
From Taylor Swift’s many costume changes to Nicki Minaj’s homage to Bob Ross, tonight’s American Music Awards featured no shortage of high-wattage stage looks — and we’ve got them all right here.
The first weekend of Coachella is already over, and even though we’re still depressed that we couldn’t jet to California, we can still check out the fashion in all its fringe-y, crop-y, super layered glory from the comforts of our office.
In case you needed one more reason to avoid falling victim to a fashion trend championed by the likes of Miley Cyrus, Kesha (we refuse to type that dollar sign), and Hilary Duff, we’re here to tell you that feather hair extensions don’t only look dumb, they’re killing roosters as we speak.
When we heard the Sex Pistols were releasing their own perfume, our nostrils flared at the thought of smelling like patchouli layered over B.O. and booze. Suffice it to say: not everyone deserves their very own scent — though it may seem as though bottling up your very own eau is a free-for-all feat.
Would you have ever imagined Ke$ha would design a line of watches? Headdresses, maybe. So when watch brand Casio announced Ke$ha as its brand ambassador, we weren’t so much shocked by the pairing, but by the brand itself. Baby-G watches have been off our radar since the late ’90s — though they’ve certainly been dearly missed. Is this an attempt to revive the candy-colored watches?
Part of our morning routine involves scouring our photo subscriptions for outfits worthy of both your adoration and ire. And every now and then we come across an outfit strange that it’s not really hateable or loveable. It just is. And so we present to you: Ke$ha, a fake head, and a pair of Balmain shorts.
I have no idea what Ke$ha or her costume designer was thinking when they put together this glow-in-the-dark, neon paintsuit made up of nothing but stereotypical tribal markings — paired, of course, with a halo of feathers — but the result was painful to watch.