Meet Philip Levine, a London guy who said “eff that” to hair plugs when he started going bald, and instead decided to capitalize on his nude head by treating it as a canvas. Since 2006, he’s used the space as a place for artistic expression, bedazzling it with mirrored pieces or Swarovski crystals (once with 1,000 of them!). He also partners with makeup artist Kat Sinclair, who helps him create scalp paintings that are crazily detailed—in the past, he’s had a “Wizard of Oz” landscape, and a nature motif with life-like butterflies glued on to his head. Creepy or rad? Check out some more pics after the jump. [PhilSays.com] Keep reading »
Can you believe this photo, shot by Wendy Bevan for Italian Marie Claire, is from the April 2010 issue, and all the clothes featured are current? Check out the other old-timey pictures from this fashion story at Fashion Gone Rogue. Keep reading »
Coco Rocha markets Coke for Karl (say that three times fast). [WWD] Keep reading »
Sure, we’re happy to see Alexa Chung strike a pose on the cover of Nylon‘s Korean edition, but what we’re more interested in is this—Nylon has a Korean edition?! Cool! [NylonMag.com] Keep reading »
Every woman, no matter what her size or height is, needs a maxi dress in her closet. Most, like this Braided Strap Maxi Dress, have an empire waist or a similar effect. So, if you’ve got a little tummy, it will disappear under the dress. Even if you’re short, there’s no reason not to wear one: The all-over color creates a continuous line from shoulders to ankles, which will make you look taller. Plus, the maxi dress perfectly transitions from spring to summer because it’s a great foundation for layering. Oh, and did we mention this one shows off your back, shoulders, and collarbone, so you’ll look sexy, too?