Is fashion slowly regressing? Right now, it’s all about the ’90s floral patterns and Kelly Kapowski-esque Keds. We’ve even spotted a few skorts here and there. Now one of the latest products to hit American Apparel stores are frilly lace socks. Remember these? We wore these in the third grade, usually to birthday parties with some black patent leather flats. To be fair, the look is already kind of on track with the whole socks-and-heels trend. So wait and watch for it—frilly socks and shiny flats. (And baby barrettes perhaps?)
What do you think of these socks? Too kid-like? Or crazy cute? [American Apparel] Keep reading »
Hudson Jeans released video from their photo shoot with Georgia Jagger — you know, Mick Jagger‘s daughter? — and it’s your typical soft core hawtness. But if you listen closely, 19 seconds in you can hear the photographer telling Georgia, “Suck in your tummy a little?” Um, maybe my vision is going to pot in my old age, but this model does not have a tummy. [Vimeo] Keep reading »
Though it may not quite warrant a work holiday and the banks remain inexplicably open, Boobquake is upon us. Today is the day when we use our chesticles to disturb the very balance of life on earth, causing an “earthquake” with our breasts. “How does this work?” you ask. Well, if the latest BS coming out of radical Iran is to be believed, then “slutty women” have been causing earthquakes with their inappropriateness for years. Boobquake Day aims to harness our collective chestiness for the purposes of testing this questionable theory. Because this is a politically motivated excuse for cleavage, you’re going to want to make sure you do it right. We’ve got a few tips for unleashing the girls, after the jump. Keep reading »
Today I spotted an item in The New York Post and could instantly feel her pain: Katy Perry attended some party this weekend and was so determined to wear her new Jimmy Choo Zap shoes, above (P.S. they’re $2,495 — if you manage to work your way up the waiting list), that she hobbled around the party in sample size shoes that were not one but TWO sizes too small. Honestly, I don’t know how she did it, because I recently had a serious problem navigating a half size too small.
See, I’ve fantasized about finding the perfect pair of nude heels (big dreams!) ever since I figured out what a genius styling trick they are … Keep reading »
Why did Elle UK blur this cover shot of songstress Kylie Minogue? Who knows. But it sure beats one more Photoshop horror. [The Life Files] Keep reading »
Eat you heart out, Mobama: Thakoon has launched a gorgeous jewelry collection, which gives the pearl a modern (and pointy) update. [JalouGallery.com] Keep reading »