At first glance, we thought this was the latest in chunky jewelry. But no, despite its chain and bow accents, this is in fact a sex toy for women. Called Sono Love, the flat, slightly hand-shaped device is modeled after the form of an orchid. With contours to fit a lady’s you-know-what, you control the Sono with a hand, dictating pressure and movement. And we guess you could also wear it around your neck. Which would a) be gross, and b) please don’t. [Yanko Design] Keep reading »
Fashion’s Night Out is on Friday, which means the fashion industry’s brightest bulbs will clack around New York City trying to get you to buy stuff. But makeup freaks everywhere await Chanel’s debut three new nail polishes: khaki brun, khaki vert, and khaki rose. Or, as I see them, baby poop brown, pea soup green, and bathtub grime red. Keep reading »
If you thought wearing a bra was uncomfortable before, imagine strapping on artist Laura Ann Jacobs clawed brassiere! It would, ahem, make you pretty crabby, no? According to AOL’s Weird News, “Her body of work includes more than 100 unusual, ornate sculptures of bras and corsets that are meant to poke fun at the extreme lengths to which women will go to in order to look attractive by society’s demanding standards.” Check out some of her other creations here. [AOL Weird News] Keep reading »
JACOB, a Canadian clothing brand, announced last week they are “committed to no longer alter the bodies of its models” in ad campaigns.
I don’t mean to knock JACOB, because they are at least making steps to be part of the solution. Keep reading »
We just don’t get it. Kim Gordon plus anything fashion should equal awesomeness. In the past, the Sonic Youth punk songstress has dabbled in the industry, producing outstanding results with cult ’90s brand X-Girl (gone for years now, sadly) and more recently, a sleek, military-inspired line called Mirror/Dash, which faded into oblivion. Gordon is now set to unveil her three-piece collection for Italian luxury label Sportmax on Fashion’s Night Out; however, the Wall Street Journal got a sneak peek at two of the items—a watercolor-like tunic dress and a graffiti t-shirt. The tee goes for a ridiculous $135 while the other items price out at $225 and $275. Keep reading »