With the 19th World Cup tournament quickly approaching, soccer fans have South Africa and their favorite “football” teams on their mind. While a lucky few will travel down to see the monumental occasion in person, others will have to rely on daydreams to satisfy their cravings. So, Havaianas decided to embrace this huge sports moment with a 17-piece collection of limited-edition 2010 World Cup-inspired flip-flops. The flip-flops are available for sale on the Havaianas website for only $24. If you’re depressed that plane tickets and admission to the sporting event are out of your budget, here’s a cheap and easy way to show your support. They’d also make a great present for your soccer-loving boyfriend. [Brash] Keep reading »
Remember when Lindsay Lohan was caught by paparazzi with white powder all over her feet? Well, that’s some kind of a fashion statement or something, because here it is in the latest issue of Interview. WTF, fashion people. [Fashion Gone Rogue] Keep reading »
Welcome to the season of outdoor events with a dress that’ll suit you up for all of them. We’re crushing on this French Connection number (hilariously named the “Wizard Wonder” dress) for its chic simplicity—pure white gets the high-fashion treatment with a structured body and sleek side ruffle. Good for garden get-togethers, patio parties, and even daytime weddings (we say: screw it, you can wear white, too). This style screams for a pair of awesome red pumps in the daytime; sky-high, noir stilettos at night.
Part of the genius of street style and fashion photo blogs is that the picture is the story. What the person is wearing should provoke your imagination. Still, wouldn’t it be cool if you did know everything about that white-haired chick on Jak & Jil, or one of the many tweed-suited men on The Sartorialist? That’s where this Tumblr blog, Inside The Brains Of Fashion Kids, steps in. Sort of. Selecting snaps from street style sites, ITBOFK imagines the inner monologues of the too-cool-for-school subjects. A girl in a denim vest thinks: “I hate the fact that you’ll look at me and think that my clothes make me who I am. I’m more than a denim jacket with the sleeves cut off so you can see my sexy untouched ivory skin. I’m more than these black leggings that cling to my butt so tightly you can see the last person I had anal-sex with. Oops, did I say that out loud? … ” Warning: this blog is extremely un-P.C. and totally unforgiving. Which is why it’s kinda awesome. [Inside The Brains Of Fashion Kids] Keep reading »
For those of you who simply throw away your candy wrappers, then for shame. You’re simply not being creative enough. One recycling happy designer found inspiration in an unlikely source–the wrappers from peanut M&Ms. Couture designer Christina Liedtk was commissioned by TerraCycle to create a gown for their pop-up shop in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, and the end result was a dress that could actually be worn. She delicately sewed together 600 yellow wrappers to create this stunning gown, transforming trash into blooming flowers. Now, Christina is making the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York a little bit prettier too, since the TerraCycle pop-up shop displaying the dress is located there until May 21. So, if you’re in the city, take an excursion to Port Authority for a bit of recycled green inspiration. [PSFK]
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Ever since “Kell on Earth” went off the air, there’s a major void in our life on the nights that used to be filled with Andrew’s outfits, Skinner’s freak-outs, and the powerful Kelly Cutrone. Currently, Bravo’s deciding if they want to renew the reality show, as if there’s even a question of its popularity. In the meantime, Kelly decided that she really doesn’t need a network, and created her very own YouTube channel called KellyCutroneTV. So far, there are only four videos posted — one about Andrew’s $2,000 Rodarte purchase, an interview from Ava, a true-or-false game with Skinner, and a random sing-along from Kelly to “Betty Davis Eyes.” Every single video includes massive sunglasses and the dry humor that we all desperately miss from “Kell on Earth.” Whether this is a way to satiate our People’s Revolution cravings until a second season airs or these videos turn into a regular TV-like show, we’re pleased that the entertaining characters are back in our lives. [Styleite] Keep reading »