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Lady Gaga Health Scare Caused By Fashion!

Just last week Lady Gaga said, “I would rather die than have my fans not see me in a pair of high heels. I’d never give up my wigs and hats for anything.” It turns out the Ga will remove her crazy getups for something: deep vein thrombosis. The crew on her flight from London back to the U.S. this week thought the pop star was showing symptoms of the blood disorder when her legs began expanding inside of her black and yellow McQueen catsuit. Not only was Gaga forced to change out of her ensemble, but the suit was so hard to take off that she needed help undressing. Apparently Gaga was most peeved about stepping out of her blue Armadillo heels. We wonder what she changed into on the flight. Something tells us she doesn’t keep a pair of jeans and a t-shirt in her carry-on. [Marie Claire UK] Keep reading »

Amy Winehouse’s Designs Aren’t Half Bad

When I first heard the news that Amy Winehouse designed a collection with Fred Perry, I was expecting a bit of a hot mess. However, I have to admit, her designs aren’t half bad. Shocking, I know. In today’s world, where every celebrity thinks they have the talent to design, there are more “interesting” clothing lines manufactured rather than those which are actually fashion-forward, so Amy’s collection was not one that I expected would be focused and on trend. The singer created 17 looks with Fred Perry in a palette of all black and pink, ranging from twin sets to polo shirts to mini dresses–all of which are slightly more conservative than her typical outfits. I’m pleased to say this celeb fashion collab actually worked out. Shop Amy’s creations, which range in price from $32 to $150, beginning this October, and look forward to her designs for the next four seasons. [Elle UK] Keep reading »

That Iceberg At Chanel Was Real!?

Maybe we were a little slow to realize this, but apparently that huge iceberg in the middle of Chanel’s runway was in fact a real iceberg. Imported from Sweden. (Seriously, where was our Chanel Paris Fashion Week invite this year? We’re missing extremely important news here, people!) We’re actually not surprised that Uncle Karl would stop at nothing to realize his snowman-chic show, but these details via New York mag are still pretty crazy: The ‘berg weighed 265 tons, needed 35 ice sculptors for a six-day carving job, and required a room temperature of a chilly 28-degrees Fahrenheit (you can bet Anna kept her fur coat on during the show). We wonder what Lagerfeld is planning next that could possibly outdo transporting a giant hunk of the tundra to Paris? [New York Mag] Keep reading »

Just What You Always Wanted: A Baseball Cap With A Built-In Ponytail

Having a bad hair day? Prematurely balding? Just looking for a change in your look? Throw out your hair brush and please, for the love of God, put down the Rogaine because the ponytail baseball cap is here to save you. And yes, by “save you” we actually mean “make you look completely insane.” But who cares about crazy when you’ve got a full ponytail of shiny, blond, synthetic hair? No one, that’s who. Friends and enemies alike won’t be able to help but notice the new luster in your locks and you’ll never have to be self-conscious about having a thin, mangy pony again! If you really want to get serious about thicker hair, consider combining your own with the hat’s ponytail for a truly full mane, no matter if yours is an entirely different color! In the pursuit of beauty, sacrifices must be made, after all. [$17, Kohl's] Keep reading »

Stop Hating On Reebok’s Ass-Vertising


Can we please stop calling everything shallow and marketed towards women sexist and anti-feminist? The Frisky included one of the print incarnations of Reebok’s ass-vertising for their new EasyTone shoes in our round up of 2009′s most sexist commercials, implying that it was anti-feminist by writing that commercials like these basically say, “Who cares about health care reform when you can be out toning your a**?” The thing is, toning your ass and being smart, politically-motivated, etc. are not mutually exclusive. When you watch the commercial above do you really think “Hey, I can continue caring about political decisions that will affect my life OR I can try to get in shape and have an ass worth watching on TV? If so, the problem isn’t so much the advertising as it is the ongoing misconception that hot girls can’t be smart. Keep reading »

Jennifer Aniston Tries To Bring Back The Belly Tee

Three sartorial questions for Jennifer Aniston here: One, are you seriously wearing a belly tee, dude? We haven’t seen one of those since Britney Spears (and you) wore them all over the place in the ’90s. Two, is that scarf choking you? Three, if it’s that cold, shouldn’t you just use the scarf to cover up your mid-section? Just askin’, Jen, just askin’. [London, 3/10/10] Keep reading »

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