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Cheapskate: A Complete Earth Day Look

Wearing eco-friendly fashions doesn’t mean you have to spend a small fortune. (Although Stella McCartney would like you to think otherwise.) In honor of Earth Day, we put together a whole eco-friendly, organic, and cruelty-free Cheapskate look that includes beauty products. Each item costs less than $70 $100. So what are you waiting for? Take a look after the jump. Keep reading »

Overalls: The Trend That’s About To Be All Over?

The last time overalls were cool, it was when we were 8 years old, and the Gap was making a standard denim style. Apparently they’re back, both in high-fashion labels (Chloé, Ralph Lauren, Proenza Schouler, and Cavalli, to name a few) and in mass markets. How do we know this trend is really happening? The New York Times has observed a renaissance in overalls brought about by the 20-somethings of Williamsburg, Brooklyn: “A man sported the look (ironic? postironic?) with a lion-worthy Afro, white T-shirt and Ray-Bans; a young woman on an antique Schwinn wore her version rolled up.” Did that read like a joke to you? Because we laughed out loud. Keep reading »

Freak Out: Foot Undies Are A Real Thing

We never wanted to live in a world where someone would approve the production of a product called “Thongz FootUndeez.” And yet here we are surrounded by — we kid you not — underwear for our feet. I know what you’re thinking: “Wait, isn’t that sort of what socks are?” Nay, fair friends, apparently socks weren’t erotic enough for Capezio, makers of mini underwear-shaped things intended to be worn on the toe/foot area. Why is this happening? Can you imagine a situation in which that’s something you’d actually want? A simple, nude contraption for dancers makes some amount of sense, but who decided that a purple leopard toe thong option needed to be brought into the world? This makes us really, really sad. [Paper Mag] Keep reading »

The Fabulous Life Of J. Crew Creative Director Jenna Lyons

On yesterday’s show, Oprah learned about an assortment of dream jobs, including Jenna Lyon‘s position as J. Crew’s creative director. Not only does Jenna have an amazing career, but everything about her life is seemingly perfect, too. She calls a gorgeous Brooklyn townhouse home (bedroom-sized closet, of course), has a handsome husband and a cute kid, gets all the J. Crew clothes she wants, and somehow manages to get home by 6:30 p.m. every evening. Watch a day in her life above, but be prepared to feel some serious pangs of jealousy. [Oprah] Keep reading »

Lane Bryant Says ABC Is Fat-O-Phobic


Apparently ABC has a problem with hot ladies in their undies. Or so says plus-sized lingerie purveyor Lane Bryant in their claim that the network tried to shut out their plus-sized lingerie commercial. ABC “demanded excessive re-edits and rebuffed it three times before relenting to air it during the final 10 minutes of ‘American Idol,’ but only after we threatened to pull the ad buy,” blogged the company in a bit of well-placed outrage. We watched the commercial (above) and don’t get what the problem is. Yeah, she’s crazy hot and half naked, but ABC routinely airs Victoria’s Secret commercials featuring busty teenagers prancing about in front of fans; this looks tame by comparison. Thoughts? [The Cut]
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Louboutin Campaign Re-Tells Classic Fairy Tales With Shoes

Christian Louboutin‘s shoe designs are so lust-worthy that the man could put his stilettos in a dumpster, take a pic, and we’d still coo over the red-soled pumps. But naturally, Louboutin knows his wares are about a world of fashion fantasy. As such his spring 2010 campaign captures the latest models in stunning fantasy landscapes fashioned after classic stories and fairy tales like Alice in Wonderland, The Little Mermaid, and Snow White. See more pics after the jump! [Luxuo.com] Keep reading »

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