So unless you’ve been under a rock or don’t understand the evolution of celebrity branding, the fact that Katy Perry is releasing a fragrance shouldn’t be news to you. (We even showed you the extremely sexy and playful ad here.) But now, we’re getting a glimpse at the fragrance bottle, and we have to say it looks exactly like we’d imagine a fragrance called Purr would. Keep reading »
This might look like a photo from a beauty editorial in a fashion magazine, but it’s actually a painting by hyper-realist artist Simon Hennessey. I’ve spent approximately four hours examining those exquisitely detailed pores and whispering, “No freaking way! That’s paint?” (As you can tell I am an eloquent art critic). If you’ve got time to kill, check out his online gallery for more mind-blowing examples. I might need to clear my schedule for the rest of the day to make time for necessary gawking and gasping. [Simon Hennessey] Keep reading »
The OnePiece (better known as the “adult babygro”) is the new must-have winter wear in the U.K. Like to wear in public—not just to sleep in on Christmas Eve. Starting at only $110, you too can look like an adult baby. Waaaahhh! Bad trend! [The Daily Mail] Keep reading »
We’re always on the lookout for affordable, seemingly one-of-a-kind jewelry. Zedena Designs delivers on both with its handmade pieces. We’re particularly taken with the Damask Songbird on Brass necklace, which features a songbird enameled in a damask pattern and a hand-antiqued brass chain complete with Zedena Designs’ signature heart-shaped clasp. It’ll quickly become your favorite piece because it adds just the right amount of color to any outfit.
The other day a friend sent me a link to an item on the Madewell site. “Weren’t these the shorts you wanted? They went on sale and are only $11!” Tempting, but I told her I was abstaining from all fashion purchases at the moment. “I’m on a fashion diet,” I said. While the term “fashion diet” might sound like some god-awful liquid food plan to be able to fit into a dress, it’s what we like to call taking a break from style-related shopping (well, except the necessities, like if you run out of shampoo). Keep reading »