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Abercrombie & Fitch Will Pay The Situation To Stop Wearing Its Clothes

Gone are the days when the “Jersey Shore” cast wore Ed Hardy Ts soaked in Long Island iced tea-scented barf. Now they’re moving up in the world and Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino struts his stuff in “aspirational” brands like Abercrombie & Fitch. In its most recent episode, The Situation was seen wearing neon green Abercrombie & Fitch sweatpants on the streets of Florence, no doubt whilst doing something sketchy. Can you guess who is not too pleased about this free PR? Yup, Abercrombie & Fitch. Keep reading »

Lingerie For Little Girls? Yep, A French Company Went There

Forget about candy-colored bra and panty sets from Target; there’s ickier underwear for little girls afoot. It’s lingerie, to be exact, although the French line Jours Aprés Lunes calls it “loungerie,” because it is for lounging around instead of, uh, looking sexy prior to f**king . Why, praytell, would girls ages four through 12 want to wear lingerie? To look like mommy, of course. This shouldn’t be a surprise, seeing as little girls are painting their nails, and getting facials and spray tans just like “big girls” these days. Companies will introduce “new” adult products to little girls any way they can as a way to make more money. Keep reading »

August 16: What Are We Wearing Today?

What Are We Wearing Today?
Today’s episode of “What Are We Wearing Today” is brought to you by the movie “The Terminator.” Click on through to see what I mean…

Levi’s Pulls “Go Forth” Ads After London Riots


Levi’s chose to pull a commercial featuring scenes of attractive teens rioting in the streets in light of last week’s riots in London. A spokesperson for the company said the ad — which includes lines from the Charles Bukowski poem “The Laughing Heart” — was probably ill-timed, considering “what is happening in the UK.” Said the spokesperson: “While ‘Go Forth’ is about embodying the energy and events of our time, it is not about any specific movement or political theme; rather, it’s about optimism, positive action and a pioneering spirit.” But, then again, it also does feature a Levi’s-clad protester facing a wall of riot police, so yeah, optimism? On another note, isn’t it strange/depressing that marketing has folded in on itself to the degree that it’s now using revolution and rioting imagery to SELL JEANS? [Clutch Magazine] Keep reading »

5 Sewing Projects For Those Of Us Who Suck At Sewing

Sewing Projects For Those Of Us Who Suck At Sewing
I am a fairly hopeless seamstress. It’s not for lack of trying: I have a sewing machine, a number of how-to books, and I even took sewing lessons from my great aunt for awhile (which ended when I broke her sewing machine for the third time and she started not-so-accidentally poking me in the legs with pins). If you have access to a sewing machine but lack the skills to do much more than sew a (mostly) straight line, here are few easy project ideas that can safely fulfill your crafting needs. Good luck!

Andrej Pejic Says His Looks Are “Personal”

“The way I need to look, it’s a very personal thing. When I started experimenting, it was to make myself feel happy, to look in the mirror and be satisfied. I never did drag or anything like that. It was always that I wanted to be pretty, to look beautiful, as a girl would want to … In this society, if a man is called a woman, that’s the biggest insult he could get. Is that because women are considered something less?”

–Gender-bending model Andrej Pejic on his androgynous looks. I find it fascinating that Pejic says that he needs to look the way that he does — it highlights that, for transgender people, the desire to dress or perform as one gender identity or another isn’t simply a matter of dress up, but one of necessity. Pejic also says that he doesn’t ever mind being mistaken for a woman, despite the idea that men typically balk at being called female, and brings up an interesting hypothesis as to why. [NYMag] Keep reading »

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