“If I had to go back to catwalk presentations I would be in a panic .. .Already the models I find are too skinny, too sad. And I knew the age of the super top models, Linda Evangelista and Cindy Crawford, who were always lively and smiling. Today you go between several défilés and you will see the exact same type of girl — it just doesn’t inspire me. Of course I do presentations, I do three presentations a year: spring, fall and cruise, that I show at my showroom and what I like is to have the buyers come to me. They buy, things sell well, and that really gives me the feeling of existing for something because I know that somewhere out there in the world I have clients that adore what I’m doing and that’s really reward enough.”
–Designer Herve Leger, whose legendary bandage dresses are worn by every young starlet ever, on the sad state of skinny models today. Leger does stlll do catwalk shows for his Max Azria collections. [Vogue UK] Keep reading »
Out magazine released some stunningly gorgeous vintage shots of Madonna in her “Get Into the Groove” finest — from before she released her first record. She’s rocking a petticoat! A petticoat! After the jump, we give you everything you need to be your own “Lucky Star.” Keep reading »
She may play a privileged and flawlessly lip-glossed Queen B on TV, but “Gossip Girl’s” Leighton Meester says she’s actually a drugstore diva.
We caught up with the 24-year-old actress and her personal stylist Charles Baker Strahan at New York’s Eventi Hotel, where we asked the new Herbal Essences spokesmodel if she really shops bargain when it comes to beauty.
After all, she has access to everything, right? Read more… Keep reading »
Shoe designer Kobi Levi seems to think we all have an inner child living in our feet. I’m not an expert on psychology or anatomy, but if it helps him create shoes this whimsically fun, it’s definitely a concept I can get behind. See more at Kobi Levi Footwear. Keep reading »
Ivanka Trump is building an empire, just like her father Donald. For her latest venture, she teamed up with Marc Fisher for a collection of shoes that will take you from the office to happy hour to the park or the beach. Ivanka says the shoes are made of the best quality materials, but they don’t have the high, luxury price you’d expect from the Trumps; most of the shoes cost about $125 or $130. Marc Fisher is one of my favorite moderately-priced footwear designers, so it’s no surprise that I like many of Ivanka’s shoes. But what do you think of Ivanka Trump Footwear Collection? [Ivanka Trump Footwear Collection] Keep reading »