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Someone’s taking a biiiig risk with this one… but it appears that the Lohan film that inspired the infamous NYT piece may be getting a coveted summer release date.
In yesterday’s New York Times, the paper presented irrefutable evidence that our culture is going to the dogs: women’s magazines have begun to use profanity. The horror! Or so they once thought.
It seems like Hedi Slimane is just feuding with fashion editors left and right. First, The New York Times‘ Cathy Horyn revealed the bad blood between them in her review of his debut collection for the newly-named Saint Laurent Paris. He responded with an outrageous open letter via Twitter, and now, another top editor is giving the designer a piece of her mind.
The photos are just a gorgeous as you would expect. And guess who took the shots? Her lovely husband
Legolas Orlando Bloom, that’s who!
16-year-old Tavi Gevinson just wrapped a 16-city tour across America to promote Rookie and, well, just hang out with fans.
Holy mental ward romance, Batman! This couple met in 2010 whilst at New York-Presbyterian Westchester Hospital in White Plains, where she was being treated for anxiety, and he for depression.
Jil Sander returned to the runway after a seven-year hiatus with her spring 2013 menswear collection this past weekend, and the reviews are in!
Ever since Paris and Nicky Hilton left the building, the socialite scene has been in need of a pair of high-powered siblings. Enter Peter Brant Jr., 18, and Harry Brant, 15, two of New York’s youngest and best known It Boys.
Rei Kawakubo, that riddle wrapped in a mystery inside a three-armed jacket, inspires no small degree of reverence from fashion folk. The Comme des Garçons designer has been referred to as fashion’s “nun,” a “sphinx,” a “designer’s designer” and one of the most elusive figures in the game, but this week the proverbial veil was lifted in a rare interview with Cathy Horyn of the New York Times.
When Amanda Brooks left Barneys in March, rumors swirled. The fashion VIP had been fashion director of the fancy department store for mere seconds (or so it seemed) when she announced she was jumping ship and moving to England. Why did she leave, and why so quickly?
While J Crew has been gaining momentum over the last decade as a contemporary retail force to be reckoned with, sales at the Gap have been steadily lagging. All is not lost for the struggling company, however, if we are to believe the latest report from the New York Times.
Wal-Mart de Mexico has allegedly covered up an internal bribery investigation that began in 2005, according to the New York Times.
The ‘King of Cashmere’ opens up about life inside his castle. No, really. He lives in a castle.
Sorry Katniss, but The New York Times hates your dress.
In case we’d allowed you to forget, the Oscars are coming right around the corner, and everyone and their mother is already placing bets on what some of the top-billed actresses in the business are going to wear on the red carpet. Including New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn.
As the riotous tonsorial shifts of a handful of guys in Brooklyn are worthy of serious news coverage, The New York Times today brings us a story about men with very long hair and what they’re doing to keep it out of their faces. Specifically, these guys are wrapping their follicles into balls that they secure on top of their heads with elastic bands. But don’t you dare call them buns. They’re man buns.
Today is the day the New York Times discovered that there are straight men who blog about fashion. Or, in which the Gray Lady stumbles upon #menswear.
In one of our favorite collaborations in a collab-heavy year, the CFDA has teamed up with the New York Times to bring 50 amazing photos out of the Gray Lady’s archive.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Carine Roitfeld is a fashion alien. Which is to say: she says such delightfully odd things about fashion! In today’s installment, she’s chats with The New York Times about the one shoe she has never used in a Vogue Paris story, why she keeps a scale in her office, and how gay, exactly, Tom Ford is.
We understand that Lady Gaga is obsessed with fashion, but her new column for V Magazine, in which she basically tries to get back at New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn for unfollowing her on Twitter, largely misses the point of fashion criticism is all about.