Cindy Crawford, the original ’90s supermodel, looks damn fine at 45. Here she is on the cover of this month’s Vogue vamping it up in a leather jacket and looking absolutely radiant. I’ll have what she’s having. [Fashionista] Keep reading »
After graduating from FIT, Dana-Maxx worked for Marc Jacobs and Betsey Johnson before launching her own line in 2007. The dresses are beautiful, but really expensive. “No wonder Dana-Maxx’s dresses cost five hundred dollars – there’s a full house of people working for her,” said show host Joe Zee. Can Joe convince her to streamline her production and up her staying power? Tune in tonight to find out!
Watch “All On the Line” Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. on the Sundance Channel. And don’t forget to enter to win a $500 prize pack by playing the “All On the Line” Fashion Hunt! Keep reading »
“I’m not very gifted for hairdos … I have someone who comes to the house and washes it, puts in the dry shampoo, and takes care if it because I have no time. I don’t even have time to go to the dentist.”
— Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld is so fabulous he doesn’t even do his own tresses. Shampooing one’s own hair? How gauche! Next we are going to read that someone wipes his butt after the potty. [W Magazine] Keep reading »
Speculation about Kate Middleton’s wedding dress has sent the world into a frenzy. Who will design it? What’s the price tag? Does it look like Diana’s? Will the train be 10 feet or 10,000? Speculating about William’s outfit has proved slightly less exciting. Since he is expected to wear his Royal Air Force uniform, there’s only one question, really: will his jacket be red or blue?
But hey, whatever the color, military jackets are always in style. After the jump, a selection of William-inspired options that would look just as cute with jeans and a tank top as they would at the royal wedding. Keep reading »
Alissa from the blog Stylish Curves aims to “bridge the gap between straight and plus sizes.” Alissa wanted to create a place “where plus size women can come to find the latest fashion and style in their size. It’s a blog that’s dedicated to uplifting the plus size woman’s self-esteem through fashion. Whether you’re happy to be plus or you’re looking for a way to start appreciating your curves, I want to show women that they can get the same style as celebrities and as straight size women.” Explains Alissa, “The blog’s motto is Love Your Body,” and that’s something women of any size can get behind. Check out Alissa’s favorite things after the jump! Keep reading »