Because I know you guys are looking for yet another angle from which to explore this whole Katie Holmes/Tom Cruise divorce mess, we give you Katie Holmes’ No Doubt Prescient Supermarket Purchases. Now that she’s out of the grips of TC, girl’s been going to the supermarket like it’s going out of business. She’s been spotted at her local Whole Foods at least two times in the last six days, and here’s what she’s purchased… Keep reading »
We’ve long been obsessed with the life and art of Yayoi Kusama, the Japanese artist who has obsessively made polka dot art for the last forty years. It seems Louis Vuitton shares our interest — and has released images of its collection inspired by Kusama.
Sadly, the collection is only available in a few choice spots — it pops up in Louis Vuitton’s NYC store starting tomorrow, and can also be found at Printemps flagship in Paris and Selfridges in London.
A second collection of Kusama-inspired pieces, based on her “nerves” work, will be out this fall.
Our favorite look might be the clear polka-dotted raincoats. What about you? [Fashion Indie]
I suppose this is what Zooey Deschanel thinks is charmingly incognito. But it’s a bit too “Where In The World Is Carmen San Diego” for my taste. Zooey was photographed coming out of pilates class, and if you’ll notice, she’s still managed to wear her signature black tights.
You were thinking, I don’t see enough presidential cats these days. Let’s remedy that, shall we? Here, a cat resembling Thomas Jefferson. And after the jump, have you seen a cat that looks more like Millard Filmore? Probably not. [Buzzfeed]
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Tie-dye. Doesn’t it just conjure up hippies playing hacky sack and the pungent odor of Patchouli? Tie-dye gets a (deservably) bad rap, but you don’t have to wear hemp chords and Birkenstocks to get down with tie-dye gear. In fact, there’s lots of totally adult, respectable and cute ways to wear it. We promise!
After the jump, 10 tie-dye pieces you can say “peace” to.
Terry Richardson pooped out this new series of ads for high end shoe brand Jimmy Choo, featuring models Querelle Jansen and Jonas Kessler. The pair play high class limousine-riding rich folks. Wearing really, desperately ugly expensive shoes. [WWD]