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We’re big time advocates of thrifting here at Styleite, even if in NYC “thrift shop” tends to just be a self-consciously dressed-down way of saying “vintage store” and bargain bins rarely contain anything that isn’t both stained AND at least $10. For you fortunate souls who live in smaller cities or towns with mecca-like Goodwill and Value Village emporiums, however, this hilarious music video from Macklemore and Ryan Lewis should bring back fond memories.
She’s still got it, guys.
The video is out! And has made good on its promise to be both very pretty and very culturally confused.
Karl Lagerfeld and Snoop Dogg in the same music video? (Karl Lagerfeld in any music video?) Well, good morning!
We got a sneak peek at Rihanna‘s latest music video over the weekend, and now the pop star has debuted “Where Have You Been” in its entirety. We, of course, would like to discuss what she’s wearing.
We didn’t realize Instagram had a video app.
In case no one had told you this yet, the beginning of The Hunger Games trilogy is a pretty grim scene. So it makes sense that in the first music video for the movie, which is due in theaters on March 23, wouldn’t be the kind of setting in which you’d want to have a toddler’s birthday party.
We’re going to be entirely honest with you here: We’re not exactly sure what’s going on in Lady Gaga‘s new music video for Marry The Night. So we’re going to let the Lady explain it herself.
We think Beyonce‘s wardrobe department may have run out of steam. Instead of the multiple costume changes we’ve seen in the other music videos she’s produced for her new album 4, the video for the new single Dance For You includes exactly one costume.
If you thought it was dizzying how often Beyonce releases music videos for the songs on her new album 4, you’ll be downright flabbergasted by how often she changes super-high-fashion designer outfits in the video for her song Party.
Though “Criminal” is not one of our favorite tracks on Femme Fatale, we love almost everything about Britney Spears‘s latest album. So, cue up the video!
Oh, artistic allusions. When done right, even just one can be an interesting reminder of a statement gone by. Luckily for us, Beyonce‘s new music video for Countdown is chock full of references to, well, basically every good thing that has ever happened in pop culture ever.
You would think most people would be thrilled to have a major pop star come and film a music video on their land, but in the case of Irish grain farmer Alan Graham, you’d be wrong.
What’s old, fancy, dressed all in white and wakes up at the crack of dawn to film rap music videos? Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld, of course!
Where do we even start? After consistently raising the bar of artistic expression for, well, everyone, Lady Gaga has seriously disappointed us with the music video for her new song, Edge of Glory.
In this odd (and awesome) bit of ’80s ephemera, Naomi Campbell dances in Jean Paul Gaultier‘s “How To Do That” music video. There’s vogueing abound, Gaultier in a tight white shirt and dancing scissors. There’s really not much more we can say. But we’re obsessed.
Swagger. Willow Smith has swagger. And the official video for her song “Whip My Hair” is the swaggeriest (not a word but whatever). We literally can’t stop watching it. (It’s even better than the choreographed dance video made by those adorable girls.)
We love MTV for bringing us the Video Music Awards and the MTV Movie Awards, both of which allow stars to dress a little edgier than usual. They brought us Whitney, introduced us to Kelly Cutrone, and of course — most importantly — basically invented the idea of the music videos.