Nobody Tells Mr. Goat Where To Go

By: Julie Gerstein / August 21, 2011

This defiant (and cute!) goat is all, “Don’t climb on the rocks? But that’s what I dooooooo, guys! You can’t ask a bird not to fly, or a fish not to swim.” Yes, he totally said that. [Buzzfeed]… More »

1 In 4 Men Fall In Love In “Seconds”

By: Newser / August 20, 2011

Forget notches on the bedpost: When it comes to true love, men fall hard fast. Most think they can tell whether it’s “the real thing” after a single date, whereas women aren’t certain until the sixth, a study finds. For nearly a quarter of men, things move even faster: They believe in love at first… More »

Fashion Goes Loony For Balloons

By: Julie Gerstein / August 20, 2011

Right, so, artist Rie Hosokai makes gorgeous dresses out of — you guessed it — balloons. Hosokai, who goes by Daisy Balloon (of course), strings together hundreds of balloons into wearable art. You probably can’t sit down in them, and the balloons lose their light, airy shape after 24 hours or so, but that hasn’t… More »

Ashton Kutcher Thinks Fashion Will Have High-Tech Smarts Soon

By: Julie Gerstein / August 20, 2011

“I think the big next wave will be wearable technologies. Your phone will be your true PC, and these technologies will act as your mouse and keyboard. You’ll have a high-fashion bracelet that will perform functions for you—it’ll track your health, your movement, your sleep, your activity—and by wearing a couple of rings, you’ll be… More »

J. Crew’s Jenna Lyons: Step Into My Office

By: StyleList Home / August 20, 2011

Jenna Lyons is known to surprise. How else would the J.Crew president and creative director explain her penchant for the unexpected – menswear tailoring with feminine details, stripes with polka dots, florals with animal prints or neutrals and neons? But when visiting her Astor Place office, which just happens to be right upstairs from Stylelist,… More »

Retail Giant Zara Accused Of Age Old Practice Of Slave Labor

By: Julie Gerstein / August 20, 2011

Just a little reminder for us to think about where our clothes come from. Spanish retailer Zara has been accused of child labor and violating fair labor practices by Brazil’s Ministry of Labour and Employment. According to the agency, 52 workers in one of the company’s São Paulo factories were being held in “slave-like” conditions,… More »