Here a bleached eyebrow, there a bleached eyebrow, everywhere a bleached eyebrow. We may never know who started the bleached brows trend, but it seems like it’s everywhere you cock an eyebrow these days. There’s no higher profile practitioner than model Lara Stone, seen here in an editorial from the latest issue of Love magazine. Her barely-there brows are as much her trademark as her gap-toothed smile. With a little Googling, you can learn how to bleach your brows at home, although we don’t recommend it. If you must go no-brow like the Mona Lisa, leave it to a professional. So, would you bleach your brows? Keep reading »
This passport holder is more than a mock airplane safety brochure. From “consult nitrous mask for in-flight comfort” to a very necessary “no clapping” sign, this passport wallet is sure to cause a chuckle while you travel. Its humor will lighten your traveling load, and the bright colors make it easy to locate in your bag. What a humorous way to explain your plane etiquette preferences to your seat mate!
It was just too easy: When Jimmy Choo and Uggs announced their collaboration, we couldn’t resist poking fun. So we wondered … if Jimmy Choo and Uggs had a baby what would it look like? Thanks to the Photoshop magic performed by our editor, Amelia, we created “Chuggs,” a heinous high heel sheepskin bootie (left, obviously). On the right is the real thing, a fringed boot bedazzled with star studs, which all of you deemed completely “fugs.” So, which do we think is uglier—our own Photoshop rendering or the actual model? Keep reading »
Marion Cotillard channels Wednesday Addams on the September cover of French Vogue. [Styleite] Keep reading »
Thanks to a few Photoshopping scandals and the still-hot debate about larger sizes in fashion, it’s nearly impossible to talk about Crystal Renn without talking body image. The plus-size/curvy/whatever-you-want-to-call-her model just landed this Chanel campaign, which shows only her face. For Renn, this work with the brand points to a positive shift in fashion aesthetics. She tells Fashionista, “I think the fashion industry is changing and is more open to a new ideal … It’s about a personality and a moment captured..it’s not about body size it’s about talent and effort…I hope the industry sees this [campaign] as an example of that.” Keep reading »