Famous for its fun windows, Parisian department store Printemps is now paying homage to New York City designers like Thakoon, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, and Tory Burch. Looking at these pictures feels a bit like walking through an amusement park with the bubbly graphics, iconic Americana images (Mickey Mouse, Campbell’s soup, Superman) and larger than life props like giant cupcakes, hot dogs, and balloons. Check out some more pics after the jump! [I Prefer Paris] Keep reading »
Sean Combs and the rest of the Dirty Money crew performed in Scotland, and Diddy decided to sport a kilt. We hate to say it, but he’s no Rowdy Roddy Piper. [The YBF] Keep reading »
Boy, models sure grow old fast these days. In Barneys’ fall 2010 catalog, model Lindsey Wixson, who is all of 16, has gray hair. The text-heavy fashion story is actually pretty adorable. The images are accompanied by a funny tale about a girl who moves into a new apartment where she falls in love with a mysterious, enigmatic cat. It’s so … literary. [Fashion Gone Rogue] Keep reading »
We are all about experimenting with socks and heels, and are especially into the knee-high and thigh-high thing this season. The problem with this trend? You have a very small time to rock it before it becomes full-on tights weather, and anything bare-legged just feels and/or looks ridiculous. One solution? Cozy up with Plush’s fleece-lined knee-high socks, which will keep you extra warm and extend the window of time to enjoy your new look!
If you have opened a magazine or looked at a billboard anytime in the past few months, you have heard of Levi’s new Curve ID jeans. Last summer, Levi’s launched a new fit system for their denim based on a woman’s body shape, instead of her size. The company performed body scans of 60,000 women around the world and identified three main body types — “slight curve,” “demi curve,” and “bold curve” — which fit 80 percent of women. Exciting news, right? Keep reading »
“Mad Men” has made me obsessed with the vintage bouffant hairstyle. While it looks like you need a lot of hair to achieve the super huge look, it’s actually not so much about the length of your hair as it is the volume, and how to create it. If you have chin-length hair like I do, and want to get the ’60s-inspired style, check out my DIY instructions after the jump! Keep reading »