Look, I don’t care what you wear. You do you. If it makes you happy, awesome. But if you’d like a little inspiration, I’m here to help! Here, we’ve collected a few of our favorite tomboyish girls and androgynous women for your perusal. Women like Grace Jones, Tilda Swinton and Kate Moenning are the perfect antidote to overly feminine, frilly style and they prove that sexy doesn’t have to come packaged in high heels and plunging necklines. Even if you’re not necessarily itching don a set of braces and a porkpie hat, you can still butch up your look by up by following these style icons.
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The supermodel — and new Mrs. Giovanni Ribisi — attended a gala screening of the movie “Pusher” in London Thursday night, and at first I was totally into the white Comme Des Garcons dress she wore. But on closer analysis, it looks a bit too boxy and mumsy for fantastic Deyn. Incidentally, Deyn plays a stripper named Flo in the movie — it’s her first acting role. What do you think of Deyn’s CDG look?
- British model Agyness Deyn married actor Giovanni Ribisi in a surprise ceremony in Los Angeles last weekend. Um, did anyone even know they were dating? I sure didn’t. [Does this mean she's a Scientologist now too? -- Editor] [Huffington Post]
- Good Humor ice cream bar shortage?! Stop the presses! [The FW]
- One Direction bandmate Zayn Malik, who is Muslim, has been accused of “pimping Islam” because he tweeted about Ramadan. Yup, we really have to worry about the radical Islamization of the world’s 12-year-old girls. [PopCrush]
- NBA star (and Eva Longoria’s ex) Tony Parker has filed a $20 million lawsuit against the NYC nightclub where Drake and Chris Brown’s entourages fought last week, claiming he was injured in the brawl and that W.i.P. Nightclub never should have let both men in at the same time. [TMZ]
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James Franco will not quit. This time? He’s added fashion photographer to his credit, shooting a spread for Elle magazine featuring friend and fellow beautiful person Agyness Deyn. Jesus Christ, Franco, will you leave some jobs for the rest of us, buddy? Has anybody looked into the possibility that James Franco may be responsible for the rise in unemployment because he is TAKING ALL THE JOBS? Blergh. Check out his handiwork after the jump. Keep reading »
Welcome to Would You Rather, a game in which we concoct hypothetical style dilemmas and ask you to choose which option’s worse.
It might not seem like it, but there is quite a bit of variance in model bodies. Take the following, for example: Crystal Renn (the “curvy” model), Heidi Klum (the ’90s swimsuit body, or just “the body”), and the more contemporary Agyness Deyn (the flat-chested, boyish model). If you could have one of these ladies’ physiques, which would you choose and why? Keep reading »
When we found out about the news that Agyness Deyn would launch a weirdly titled style website called Naag, we were intrigued, but naturally a bit skeptical. Models becoming editors? Mainly, we’re just jealous because it’s not like most of us can do the reverse switch, considering our lacking in the height and size 0 departments. Anyhow, Naag launched today, and for the most part we like what we see! (To be fair, Deyn’s title is Creative Editor, but she isn’t the sole brain behind the project—although, let’s face it, she’ll probably get most of the press and credit. She’s teamed up with her friend Fiona Byrne, who is the mag’s ed-in-chief.) Keep reading »
Model Agyness Deyn posted this luverly photo to her Twitter feed. “Just packing me things with a beach babe!!” she tweeted. Thankfully, we know she hasn’t experienced some sort of fashion mind-meld with Heidi Montag, seeing as she recently-ish got a buzzcut and since bleached it blond. Phew! Keep reading »
Here’s one celeb capsule collection that slipped by us—apparently model Agyness Deyn has designed a small range called I Am by Agyness Deyn (very to the point, Agy) for Barneys in Japan. Conceived as part of an in-house green brand, Deyn’s designs appear to run the gamut. There are organic-looking mesh tops with an artsy/edgy vibe, hip-hugging jersey dresses that go more basic, and some zippered capris, which seem more model-chic than anything else.