This is why people think fashion is stupid. Because designers like Karl Lagerfeld, who seriously could give two shits about women’s rights, co-opts the feminist movement as some sort of aesthetic inspiration for his fashion mood board and then parades an array of mostly white, skinny models down the runway holding ridiculous signs like “Free Freedom,” “We Can Match The Machos,” “Be Your Own Stylist,” “Boys Should Get Pregnant Too” and “Tweed Is Better Than Tweet.” I get the tenuous connection between the designs for his Spring 2015 collection, which was basically his take on fashion for working women, and the second wave feminist movement, I GUESS, but come on. This is so dumb it hurts my eyes to look at.
The leaves are turning, a chill has entered the air and people are giving you weird looks when they see you’re still wearing flip-flops everywhere (okay, maybe that’s just me). It’s fall, which means it’s time to buy a new coat. Now, I gotta say, as much as I hate the changing seasons, I’m pretty jazzed about the selection of coat trends: Cozy blanket-style wrap coats and poncho capes! Slick moto jackets with shearling collars! Bright hues and funky parkas and collarless coats, oh my! Click through for six coat trends with options for each…
Happy Monday! I hope your lunch has had time to settle, bwahahahaha….
The first rule of doing an interview, particularly with very busy celebrities promoting film or television projects, is to come prepared. See the movie! Have a list of questions! Have a general sense of the plot! Know what makes this movie different from another movie the same actor starred in! That’s where Denver’s own Chris Parente fouled up. Despite claiming to have seen “The Skeleton Twins” at the Toronto Film Festival, Parente got a touch confused during his interview with the film’s stars, Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader. See, much to Wiig’s surprise, Parente second question was all about whether she had any advice to give about going nude on camera — after all, “YOU DID IT IN THE FILM!” he said upon seeing Wiig’s shocked reaction. Wrong film, bro. Watch Wiig and Hader handle Parente’s shit for him.