Imagine for a moment the following scenario: you are at a party with Karl Lagerfeld. (Like we said, imagine.) And sometime along the course of the evening you find a vintage Chanel diamond brooch on the floor that belongs to Mr. Lagerfeld. Would you turn it in? Or keep the goody as your own little souvenir? When this happened to Karl at a CFDA party, a photographer apparently found it and returned it.
Sheesh, you could at least ask for a reward. [Fashionologie] Keep reading »
After seeing this video, you might think twice the next time you refer to something in your closet as “fancy.” Because compared to this “fluid dress,” your clothes are not fancy. Not even in the slightest. Behold this creation which pumps black light fluid through tubes in automated patters so that it creates moving patterns or looks like it’s filling up or draining. We suppose the only caveat is that you have to carry around that machine with you, too. Whatever—a girl’s gotta accessorize, right? [Gawker TV
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I’m proud to call myself a feminist. I also love jewelry. And while we should be wary of commodifying political movements, I think it’s always valuable to increase feminism’s visibility. If I get to wear a cute necklace in the process, so be it. After the jump, some clothing and accessories that let you wear your feminist feelings on your sleeve–quite literally. [Feminist Fist Necklace, $10, Etsy] Keep reading »
As the weather cools, all we can think about is bundling up in super cute layers and big cozy sweaters. These slipper socks are fun enough for daytime paired with leggings and boots or under Wellies when it’s gross out, and snugly enough to wear in the evening curled up on the couch with some hot chocolate. We love the detailed Fair Isle pattern, and the fluffy pom-poms put these over the top for sweetness.
No surprise here: USA Today reports that following Kate Middleton‘s engagement, jewelers have been “flooded” with requests for replicas of the sapphire and diamond ring that once belonged to Princess Diana. Of course, most of these orders are for cheaper knock-offs as some jewelers estimate that the piece is worth at least half a million dollars.
So do we think boyfriends are actually going to be proposing with these copycat rings? Or that women are wearing them for themselves as fashion statements? [USA Today] Keep reading »