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Miu Miu Inspired By Jodie Foster’s “Taxi Driver” Look?

Is it just us, or do the models in Miu Miu’s Resort 2011 campaign look suspiciously like teenage hookers? We’re a little bit in love with the shoes, but the whole mommy’s makeup, too-much-jewelry, Jodie Foster in “Taxi Driver” thing makes us feel a little awkward. [Fashion Copious] Keep reading »

Vintage Shop Reminds Us That Their Stock Is Old, Dead People Clothes

Next time you’re jonesing for a vintage fix but can’t quite find that perfect floral house dress, take heart in the new ads for London’s Shock and Roll vintage shops. The pleasant advertisements serve as a reminder that the old lady on the corner is going to be dead soon and Shock and Roll is going to scoop up all her quirky old lady clothes for your hipster enjoyment. So yes, that perfect silk dress may be walking around on a grandma right now, but give it a few weeks and it could be in your closet. [Copyranter] Keep reading »

Spirit Airlines New Ad Campaign Highlights The Sexy Side Of The Gulf Oil Spill

Oil covered marine animals and birds aren’t the only greased up things washing up on the shores of the Gulf; Spirit Airlines wants to remind you that there are babes on those beaches too! Palm. Meet. Forehead. [Talking Points Memo] Keep reading »

For A Sultry Voice, Choose Lucky Strike

Hmm, wonder how much the treatment for lung cancer went for in those days… [Copyranter] Keep reading »

If You Shop At Harvey Nichols, You Just Might Lose Your Head

Copyranter has baffled us again with a new, bizarre ad campaign. This one is from the UK department store Harvey Nichols. In the ads, color-coordinated women’s outfits go shopping for the proper heads to go with them. But what does it all mean? The tag line reads: “Who will be the lucky ones?” Does this indicate that at Harvey Nichols, the clothes shop for you, and not the other way around? Or does it mean you’re likely to lose your head at this sale? I remain confused, but I feel confident the sight of a headless woman and a whole heck of a lot decapitated heads are sure to get the public’s attention. [Copyranter] Keep reading »

Appliance Prostituting

Looking to get laid, guys? Well, look no further than the home appliances section at your local hardware store! All it takes to get a girl in bed is a kitchen gadget, after all. [Copyranter] Keep reading »

Huggies Diaper Jeans: The (Possibly Fake) Commercial!


OK, so remember the Huggies limited-edition denim diapers we posted about last week? Turns out there’s a commercial too! It’s so ridiculous — “My diaper is full. Full of chic”?!?! — that I have a hard time believing it’s not a spoof. Or maybe it’s an ad only shown in Europe? They are more lenient about saying words like “poop” on TV across the pond. [via NYMag.com] Keep reading »

Stockings So Great You’ll Want More Legs

Turkish hosiery brand VOG just launched an e-commerce site and apparently decided to celebrate by turning women into spiders. We don’t hate those pink tights, but we’re also not ready to sign on for extra appendages in order to wear more of them, either. [Copyranter] Keep reading »

Marc Jacobs’ Bangin’ New Fragrance

Posing naked for his new men’s cologne, Bang, designer Marc Jacobs brings to mind the age-old question: When does oily-hot become greasy-gross? [Styleite] Keep reading »

Adidas Originals Short Is Where All The Cool Kids Are

They say that advertising is in the crapper these days, but Adidas sure seems to be onto something, at least in the realm of video campaigns, with its Adidas Originals shorts. In “The Street Where Originality Lives,” a cool urban street atmosphere hosts city skater kids who go to just about the most awesome-looking rooftop party you’ve never been to. Oh, and the cameo celeb appearances don’t hurt, either—Agyness Deyn, Ciara, David Beckham, Jeremy Scott, Snoop Dogg, and Whitney Port to name a few. [YouTube via HighSnobiety] Keep reading »

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