Despite about a million sexual harassment lawsuits and looming bankruptcy, Dov Charney and American Apparel will be able to continue on for a little longer, thanks to a cash infusion. The T-shirt and crop-top company will get anywhere between $15 and $43 million over the next six months. “Dov is an eccentric, and he’s being butchered by investors and the press,” said Roy Sebag of Essentia Equity, one of several lenders who is helping to bail out the company. In the meantime, if you’re not sure about throwing your hard-earned cash at a man who may or may not have requested sexual favors from his female underlings but are in dire need of a new v-neck, check out what LAmade has to offer. [NYPost]
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Eco-friendly clothes typically conjure images of boring, shapeless hemp-hued items worn by annoying hippies and do-gooders. Not true! We’ve managed to find a great selection of super stylish eco-friendly clothing with a conscious that actually looks good, too. Check out 10 ethical designers to watch, after the jump!
Girls, you are wearing a thong on your hair. And no, Nicole Richie and Vanessa Hudgens, I don’t care that it’s a fancy rhinestone-encrusted thong. A thong is a thong is a thong–isn’t that what Marcel Duchamp said? Or was it Sisqo? Whatever. I understand that we are all trying to find new ways to wear jewelry and spend our hard-earned Disney cash, but come on … a head thong is not the way to go. You look like you lost interest halfway into putting a necklace on. And okay, fine, maybe you did. [MTV Style] Keep reading »
Candy Darling was a part of artist Andy Warhol’s inner circle–a muse and a flamboyant character in Warhol’s Factory scene. She was also a dark and troubled figure, immortalized in the Velvet Underground’s “Walk on the Wildside.” The new documentary, “Beautiful Darling,” chronicles Darling’s humble beginnings as a young boy and her rise to Warhol superstar. We can’t wait to see it. Keep reading »
Behold, kind of the cutest couple ever! This guy clearly loves his girl so much that he does his lady’s makeup for her one day. So what if he uses blush as eyeshadow? It’s the thought that counts, right? [Stylelist
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Eco-friendly swimwear — bet you didn’t even know that was a “thing.” And yet! Swimwear designers are smartly making suits that reflect the natural surroundings in which the suits are made to be worn. The following suits are made mostly from bamboo or organic cotton fabrics, are easy to wear and look good, too. Check ‘em out after the jump!
Damn you, Helen Mirren, for looking so fine. Mirren proves that wearing leopard-print after 50 doesn’t have to look like some tickety-tackity cougartown tragedy. Here she is at the London premiere of “Arthur” in an animal-print Dolce & Gabbana gown and leather jacket, and it works. How you do sexy so well, lady? [W.E.R.Q] Keep reading »
I’m not into polishes that sparkle and shine. My nails are super short (sorry, I’m terrible and I bite ‘em), so I want a polish that minimizes, rather than emphasizes, the damage I’ve done. Enter designer Jason Wu’s collaboration with CND nail polish. He’s created four matte-ish colors ranging from a shocking glam red to a muted neutral purple (it’s called Brigitte, of course!). When I applied, the nail polish dried flattish, but had a neat dimensionality that made it appear unique in different lights. When you want polish that lets you shine, Wu’s where it’s at. [$47, Go Indulge]
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The tulle, the ruffles, the lace and silk … prom dresses, and the impending prom night, are supposed to be one of the fondest memories of high school. I never tripped on prom much — mostly because I was dating a 24-year-old during senior prom time and bringing him to the school dance seemed like it might involve incurring statutory rape charges. But c’est la vie! You guys delivered big when it came to prom style. After the jump, check out our spectacular collection of Frisky reader prom pics!
“Meek’s Cutoff” stars Michelle Williams as a hardbitten pioneer woman trying to make her way across the prairie with a band of pioneers, and the clothing worn in the film reflects the settlers’ hardscrabble lives. We’ve taken Michelle and “Meek’s Cutoff” as inspiration for our summer wardrobe and picked six perfect prairie dresses. (And we won’t tell if you skip the bonnet.) Check ‘em out after the jump! Keep reading »