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6 Designer Blogs To Check Out

Increasingly, fashion designers are amping up their online and digital presences. The latest to hop on the bandwagon? Roberto Cavalli. The designer has just launched a blog, plus a Facebook page and Twitter account (he went all-out). [RobertoCavalliBlog.com]

Looking to go straight to the source? After the jump, our favorite blogs by fashion designers. Keep reading »

Models Walk the Runway In Sleeping Bags, Extra Limbs

Models at designer Elena Burenina’s Kiev Fashion Week show seemed to have forgotten to leave their bedding and sleeping partners behind when they took to the runway. Is it just us or does this girl in particular seem to be in the midst of some dirty deeds? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

Plenty Of “Lesbian Prom” Wear At Target Thanks To Zac Posen

Teen Vogue (via Shine) posted a preview of Zac Posen’s Target collection and asked the designer the usual “What was your inspiration?” question. His answer was surprising enough to get the interview picked up on a whole bunch of blogs today:

“Lesbian proms have been such a big thing in the news lately. Rather than create a fake subculture, I wanted to address things that are actually happening.” Not that you need to be gay to wear the tux; it just takes confidence. It’s a kick-ass girl who can wear a tuxedo to prom! Don’t be afraid of drama.”

Huh. Keep reading »

Fashion Dare: Fake Eyeglasses

In my defense: I was mildly intoxicated when I bought them.

Following Lindsay Lohan‘s foray into the world of fashion glasses, I decided I should give it a shot myself. After all, when trying on my friends’ specs for fun, I’ve always been told they don’t look half bad on me. So when I stumbled into Urban Outfitters the other day, I thought, “If Lilo can do it, so can I.” Of course, it wasn’t until later that I realized that Linds can get away with anything and wear whatever the f**k she wants because she is: A) crazy and B) famous. I am neither (let’s hope), so as I stared at my new nerdtastic look in the mirror, I could only imagine the following reaction from people: Keep reading »

In Case You Care: Bee Shaffer Has A Blog, Doesn’t Have A Copy Editor

Bee Shaffer, spawn of Anna Wintour, has launched herself a blog called New York Notebook. In the About section: “Hi I’m Bee Shaffer. You might know me from gossip blogs and others, but let me tell you, you ain’t seen nothing yet. This page is where I write my thoughts and observations about life, fashion, people and other things.” Huh, that’s funny, because hasn’t Miss Shaffer been famously quoted as saying, “I really don’t want to work in fashion.”

OK, whatever, young people are allowed to change their minds any number of times in their life. (God knows we have.) And to her credit, the title “New York Notebook” is really quite catchy. However, you’d think that perhaps the daughter of one of the most famous magazine editors in the world would have learned a thing or two about copy editing (or writing in general, for that matter) before posting her prose for the world to see. Just a few glaring errors that we can’t quite get over, after the jump … Keep reading »

End Your (Very Serious) Jean-Tucking Problems!

For some reason, I’m completely incapable of tucking my jeans into boots. Try and try as I may, I inevitably end up with an excess of jean above my shoes, causing me to abandon the effort and move on to heels or flats instead. It could be due to the fact that I rarely wear jeans, or maybe my boots are not the right design for stuffing, or maybe it’s just me. Whatever the reason, someone finally came up with a solution and I’m a little excited. Meet the Küza Strap, a suspender-looking device which hooks to the bottom of your jeans, ensuring that your pants are pulled tight to avoid those awkward fabric rolls and inadequate tucks. It’ll set you back $16, which is a lot for a simple device, but we’ll leave it to you to decide if the price is worth jean perfection. Or you can just buy riding pant clips for $3.99. [Racked] Keep reading »

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