When it comes to people-watching (and its astrological variation: sign spotting!), you really can’t beat the airport. There are so many intriguing people from all over the world converging at the same terminals, food courts, and painfully long security lines. In keeping with the theme of Wanderlust Week, we though it would be fun to do a roundup of how to spot each sign at the airport. Which sign is trying to charm the desk agent into a first class upgrade? Which sign is making a scene at the TSA checkpoint? Which sign just realized they forgot their passport? Read on to find out… Keep reading »
Flying used to be considered mega-glamorous and exciting, but these days, most people treat flying like it’s a horrible inconvenience, and dress much the same. To wit: If I see one more girl in a matching Juicy sweatsuit and Uggs in front of me in line during a TSA screening, I’m going to scream. People, you are in public. Dress better — and more practically for flying! To help you do that, I’ve assembled nine airport fashion dos and don’ts. Watch and learn.
Last week, Amelia and I saw Chloe Sevigny perform at a Pussy Riot reading and she looked great wearing a white eyelet dress. I’m generally a fan of her wacky style and purposely ugly outfits, but I’m sorry — this denim and cape-stolen-from-the-hairdresser’s look is ATROCIOUS. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
As a rule, I try and not wear things that are both shiny and skin-tight. One or the other is passable, but both at the same time is usually a style nightmare. And Kim Kardashian’s airport outfit kind of proves that, doesn’t it? Is the top a swimsuit? Did she borrow it from mom Kris Jenner? There’s really no excuse good enough — it just looks terrible.