It’s Fall/Winter 2012 Couture Week in Paris, my favorite series of collections. Couture Week, like other fashion weeks, happens twice a year, and is when designers break out the big guns — garments can cost in the tens of thousands of dollars. Couture collectors are willing to pony up the big bucks because couture collections are all handmade. We’ve already shown you the new collection from Raf Simons over at Dior, but here are the new looks from Giambattista Valli, Versace, Armani and Chanel. Check back here often for more amazing couture looks.
Love her or hate her or continually ponder what led her to marry Brian Austin Green, you cannot deny that Megan Fox is some kind of special radiant beauty. And nowhere is that more clear than in her new ads for Giorgio Armani. She does seem the perfect spokesperson for a line called “Eyes to Kill.” Keep reading »
Armani‘s new mobile phone for Samsung costs a whopping $900. The tagline for the advertising campaign? “It speaks for you.” We’d have to go ahead and say that for $900 … it better speak, sing, and dance. [Armani] Keep reading »
Get ready for the next wave in fancy, useless, overpriced things: designer 3-D glasses. Apparently, Gucci is about to come out with some slick $225 aviators, while Armani is also planning a similar product (which will cost significantly less at $58, but still). We’d maybe justify the cost if somehow these fancy specs doubled as sunglasses, gave you x-ray vision, or made everything look like a Japanese anime movie. But alas, Gucci and Armani’s glasses are intended only for watching 3-D movies in the theater. Which you do how many times a year? [Fashionista] Keep reading »
Megan Fox‘s video for Emporio Armani underwear has two key things people will be looking for: Megan Fox and underwear. Why waste thousands of dollars on the music? Shrug. Keep reading »