The only thing I like better than shopping (and I like shopping A LOT) is eating. And if I could somehow combine those two things, well, that would be magical. And that’s why I’ve created this new feature, “Wear what you eat,” wherein I create outfits and shopping guides themed around some of my favorite summer treats. First up, cool and delicious lemonade. Take a sip and check out our summer picks. Keep reading »
I shop like it’s my job (maybe it kind of is?) and this weekend I found myself at two very different shopportunities (I’m the worst). On Friday, some friends and I hit up the Opening Ceremony sample sale, which promised a warehouse full of designer items for up to 90 percent off. This meant that items that were usually prohibitively, outrageously expensive, would now be only annoyingly expensive and/or almost reasonable (virtually nothing sold at Opening Ceremony is ever affordable in the slightest). My roommate scored, on my insistence, a slightly damaged Alexandre Herchcovitch dress for $200 (she’s enviously tall and I weep for that dress), and my other friend bought a scarf. I went nuts when I found not only an insane Rosa Cha goth-ycakes blazer (totally not necessary), but also a gorge Charles Anastase safari trench coat (pictured). The only problem? The trench coat cost $400. Did I buy it? Yes. I. Did. And here’s why. Keep reading »
Okay, okay, so I get it: fashion’s always on to the next. The newest, the weirdest, the most avant-garde — and apparently, the youngest. And that’s why the Fanning children, Elle and Dakota, have been on fashion’s sweet radar for the last year or so, making the rounds in magazine editorials, on blogs and in designers’ campaign videos. Dakota, the elder Fanning, is the ripe old age of 17, and so we’re somewhat less troubled by her meteoric rise into the sweet embrace of fashion’s bosom. But younger sister Elle Fanning is only 13 years old. And she looks it!
So what, you say? Keep reading »
Theater people are a strange lot, aren’t they? So … expressive. So … dramatic and weird. Shockingly, last night’s Tony Awards — in the fashion department, anyway — had very little of the drama we’d expect from a bunch of stage actors. Instead, everyone was pretty safe and classy, and dare we say it, maybe boring? But are we being too harsh? Take a look and tell us what you think in the comments.
Recognize these shoes from your recent walk in the park? That’s because designer Kobi Levi designs his heels to look like fine-feathered fowl. Check out some of his other out-there designs, including creepy mother-daughter shoes, here. Whimsical, but are they wearable? [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »
Lars and Bjorn made a disastrous mistake when planning their gloomy picnic. Keep reading »
Inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s “Readymade” collection of works — in which the French artist took everyday objects and simply reframed them as objet d’art — designers The Rodnik Band have come up with a dress you can pee in. Or rather, be peed in in. Sure it’s cheeky, but it’s also weirdly loaded to have a woman wear a urinal, don’t you think? Sometimes a rose isn’t just a rose is a rose. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »