February fashion mags are already hitting newsstands and even though it’s still the dead of winter, editors are already crowing about the hot trends for Spring 2011. Among them: wedge heels with rope embellishments. Ugh, but how to wear the trend now? These teal round-toe pumps with their subtle jute platform sole are the perfect nod to upcoming warm temperatures, while still being appropriate for the ongoing frigid winter. These babies — a total steal at less than $40 — would look great with tights now and bare legs come May.
I’d love to throw on a pair of top-siders and this perfectly preppy hairbow and spend the afternoon lounging on my sailboat. Next on my to-do list: procure a sailboat. [$8, Lanita] Keep reading »
“The Blind Side” actress Sandra Bullock rocked blunt bangs at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
The mane man behind her new look is celebrity hairstylist David Babaii. He revealed that he was inspired by the ’60s in creating Bullock’s bangs and textured ends.
Babaii predicts this award season will be full of natural textures and waves, adding that gorgeous, shiny, red-carpet-worthy locks can be created with simply one product and, of course, the proper styling tools. Read more… Keep reading »
Our fingers are one of our favorite body parts to adorn, so we’re happy that multi-finger rings are a huge jewelry trend now. The bronze-plated blocks of this two-finger ring by Low Luv remind us of medieval architecture. Plus, we can pass time by counting the triangles in the design.
Don’t get it twisted. This isn’t two random girls making out in a bar. It’s supermodel Kate Moss kissing transsexual model-of-the-moment Lea T. on the cover of Love magazine. The issue’s theme is androgyny, a look the Brazilian born-male-turned-androgyne Lea T. has come to symbolize in various recent trend pieces. The shot was taken by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. This is hardcore, indeed. [Jezebel] Keep reading »
We suppose in some kooky, hipster, avant garde
way, this 12-second clip directed by Spike Jonze is supposed to sell us on Chloe Sevingy’s
newest collaboration with Opening Ceremony. Except we didn’t really see any of the clothes? I suppose that’s typically a problem, but probably not for Chloe. [Vimeo
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