I don’t know what to be more jealous of Rachel Weisz for: That she met and married Daniel Craig in a whirlwind romance, or that she’s holding an adorable goat on the latest issue of Another Magazine. It’s the goat, right? [Another Magazine] Keep reading »
Me: I like your cape.
Model: Thank you.
Me: It’s very Empire Strikes Back.
Model: What is that supposed to mean? Keep reading »
Good luck getting your hair straightened via Brazilian Blowout after next week — the Food and Drug Administration has come down hardcore on the hair straightening company for the high amount of formaldehyde found in its product. According to the FDA, the amount of formaldehyde found in Brazilian Blowout and similar hair straightening treatments is considered dangerous when inhaled and both salon workers and customers have complained of a variety of ailments related to the product’s use. Keep reading »
Richard Chai’s contemporary line Love is light, airy and dotted with great floral patterns and textures. See the whole collection here. Keep reading »
“I think it’s terrible to wear borrowed clothes. I don’t think it’s chic. A couple of years ago, Azzedine Alaïa loaned me a coat that I wore to New York. It was photographed a lot, and everyone wanted to buy it afterward. When I went to return it, Azzedine said, ‘No, you keep it. There’s nothing less chic than a woman who borrows clothes.’”
–Ex French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld in V magazine, on her distaste for borrowing clothing. Whatever. I don’t care whether it’s chic or not; it’s certainly much cheaper. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »
You know those grey, light-up, self-lacing high tops Michael J. Fox wears in “Back to the Future 2″? Yeah, well, now you can actually purchase them — if you’ve got a spare few thousand dollars lying around. Nike has teemed up with the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research to produce the NikeMag, a pretty much exact replica of the shoes Fox sports in the film franchise. The brand is selling 1,500 pairs of them exclusively via eBay, to raise money for the foundation, and man, are people going cuh-razy. At last count, one pair was up to more than $75,000. Maybe it’s because of the promo video, which features NBA-er Kevin Durant, Bill Hader and OG “Future” scientist “Doc” Christopher Plummer? [eBay
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