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Highlights From Grazia’s Twitter Account

Grazia, a weekly U.K. fashion glossy that serves up style in a juicy tabloid-like manner, has a Twitter account (like most publications these days). We follow it to keep up on news and especially to enjoy their 140-character office updates and commentary (“Lucy the human swing-o-meter…has just announced on election day she will be wearing red, yellow and blue into the office.*fash girls reel*”). However, we’ve noticed some bizarre Tweets here and there that are either completely unrelated to style or just don’t make sense. Please see: “Aghgggh!! Cabbie is proper BNP nutter! Let me out!!” Could it be we just don’t understand Brit-speak? Or are we missing some part of the conversation? After the jump, some of the slightly schizo Tweets … [@Grazia_Live] Keep reading »

Cami Secret Is One They Never Should Have Let Out Of The Box

Behold the Cami Secret! A handkerchief that hooks on to your bra so when you wear a low-cut top, your lecherous male co-workers won’t spontaneously motorboard you. (Ohmigosh, you have that problem too?!) It won’t ruin your clothes with safety pins, and it eliminates the need for those annoying camisoles you have to wear underneath some shirts. In short, this is a bib for your boobs. And guess what! It’s adjustable so that you can slide it up and down to choose how much boob crack you want to show off. Our guess: Cami Secret was invented by a frustrated and disturbed mom with an overly developed teenage daughter. [YouTube] Keep reading »

Get Stella McCartney’s Fancy Panties At Gap Prices

Remember days of the week underwear? (We were the girls who could never get it right and were always wearing Tuesday’s panties on a Thursday. So rebellious.) Stella McCartney has famously brought back the cute idea with her beautiful lace knickers of the week that come in a charming chest of drawers package. Problem is, it’ll cost you $195 to keep your butt covered for seven days. The good news is that Ms. McCartney has done a cheaper version of the fun underthings for Gap. The $38 set features colorful cotton instead of silk but still retains the look and style of the originals. Full disclosure: You’ll find them in the Gap Kids section, which we’ve been known to pick from on occasion. Just look for the L or XL sizes! [Journelle.com, Gap] Keep reading »

Own A Piece Of Hollywood History

We love looking to movies for fashion inspiration but can’t imagine actually owning Marilyn Monroe‘s pink dress from “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” or the carpet bag from “Mary Poppins.” For starters, Marilyn’s dress would never fit. However, movie fanatics and fashion lovers who want a piece of history will want to prep for antique company Profiles in History‘s Hollywood Memorabilia auction. The collection of iconic costumes from famous movies begins June 10, and Profiles in History claims Marilyn’s pink dress is “the most important film dress to ever come to auction” and expects it to sell for anywhere between $150,000 and $250,000. Meanwhile, Julie Andrews’ bag could grab $10,000 to $12,000. Clearly you’d have to be majorly rich to place a bid. [Stylelist] Keep reading »

Lady Gaga’s Armani Confection On “American Idol”

Fresh from her performance at Monday night’s Met Ball, Lady Gaga showed off her musical talent to hopefuls on “American Idollast night. Obviously, it wouldn’t be a Gaga moment without an over-the-top costume, so Giorgio Armani created this breathtaking number. He envisioned a fresh take on her favorite form of clothing — the bodysuit — and dressed her in a fishnet-like material from her face to her feet, embellished with Chantilly lace, crystals, and beading. To show a teensy bit of modesty on television, the entire outfit is topped off with an organza cape. What did you think of her costume? [WWD] Keep reading »

Keep The Hat, I Only Want The Brim

Meet the Brimmed Headband — not quite a hat, more than a visor, but totally ugly! [Athleta] Keep reading »

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