Back before Karl Lagerfeld was all leather and cigarettes and Diet Coke, he was a demure designer in a single-breasted coat. Seen here (far left) with a few models and fellow designer Yves St. Laurent, one could hardly imagine what would come. Keep reading »
Andy Warhol helped make the Campbell’s Soup can an iconic image. The Campbell’s folks caught on to the idea and created this nifty little sack, perfect for carrying all your essentials, or, you know, a few cans of Clam Chowder. [TripleOrgasmo] Keep reading »
They said it couldn’t be done — but we found 25 cute skirts UNDER $25. These skirts should keep your wardrobe going through the spring and straight into summer. Start clickin’!
There is a commercial that plays often in the New York area for a local, super upscale, chic-chic bowling alley. In the commercial there’s a pretty girl wearing hot-ass leather shorts and a high-collared shirt going on a bowling date with a very attractive floppy-haired dude and I always think, Wow, that bowling alley is really going for the cool hipster contingent. And then I think that perhaps that term has been angled and destroyed and co-opted by the mainstream so much that it’s actually meaningless. And then I think: I really need to turn off the TV. Anyway! These Alexander Wang leather mini-shorts with lapel pockets pretty much approximate the ones the cute girl in the commercial wears, but will these shorts land you a floppy-haired man of your dreams? All signs point to … the Man Panel. Click to see their thoughts after the jump! Keep reading »
Well, this chandelier certainly does tell folks exactly what its owners are all about. [Kitschy Living] Keep reading »
We were always of the mindset that face tattoos were strictly the realm of crust punks, Mike Tyson and the criminally insane. And then Laced and Waisted came along and made this temporary lace tattoo mask that adheres to your skin. It looks a little too Ke$ha-rific for our tastes, but what do you think? Would you rock a lacey-facey? [$30, Supermarket HQ] Keep reading »
In 2005, designer Jedda-Kahn launched his first line to great success. But six years later, many of his biggest accounts have disappeared and he’s barely holding on, despite having a handful of celeb clients. Can Elle Creative Director Joe Zee help him get back on top? Tune in to “All On the Line” to find out! making enough to keep going and is done with borrowing money.
“All On the Line,” Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. EST on the Sundance Channel. Keep reading »
It’d be a little bit of a stretch to call Roseanne Barr, the star of the revolutionary ’90s sitcom “Roseanne,” a style icon. But we do love the laidback look of the whole Connor family, and hey, obviously the ’90s are back in a big way. So in honor of Roseanne as the queen of snarky moms, and Mother’s Day in general, we’ve cobbled together this Style Stealer look. Check it out after the jump! Keep reading »