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Sad Models Stranded On The Beach

Lars and Bjorn made a disastrous mistake when planning their gloomy picnic. Keep reading »

“Oh, Hey, Just Hanging At The Pearl Paint”

This adorable little editorial from Vogue shows you how funsies it can be to go to work-type places with your fancy Yigal Azrouël pencil skirt and vintage camera you don’t actually know how to work. Isn’t it though? [Everything Fabulous] Keep reading »

An Open Letter To Tom Ford

Oh, Tom Ford, where will you draw the line? As a fashion editor and writer, I’ve been behind you since the days of Gucci, YSL and certainly your namesake collections. And as a designer-turned-director, you have an amazing talent for understanding what we want to see, what the next big thing is and, ultimately, what will titillate us.

But it is your judgment as a guest editor that leaves us scratching our heads. Read more Keep reading »

Harper’s Bazaar Knows A Good Pose

Good things come in threes. Maybe that’s why Harper’s Bazaar chose the same pose to model full camel-colored trousers three times in the August issue. (Full disclosure: The look Cameron Diaz is wearing is actually a Chloe jumpsuit, but nonetheless has the same effect as the other two pairs of trousers.) This possible mistake isn’t something you’d expect from such an expensive glossy. Keep reading »

Vogue Italy Predicts Crazy Hair Color Trends

As far as eye-catching goes, this hair editorial from the May issue of Vogue Italy is that and then some. These knock-off-your-socks hair colors modeled by Sasha Pivovarova, styled by Sam McKnight, and photographed by Emma Summerton include Flame, Lavender, and Pink. Seen here: a hint of bubble gum. We’ve see some of these hair trends out and about already — take, for example, women dyeing their hair gray on purpose, rather than hiding it. Surely, for locks this extreme, we’d recommend not trying this at home and letting your hairstylist handle your maxi-makeover. For hair-on-fire and grandma-violet, check out the rest after the jump. Keep reading »

The B-Girl Stages A Comeback In V Magazine

V magazine is throwing it back to the early days of hip-hop/R&B with an editorial in their 64th issue. Models Liya Kebede and Lily Donaldson seem to be channeling rap pioneer Roxanne Shante and singer Lisa Lisa, respectively, with their neon colors, denim-on-denim, and dancer-inspired wear. They even have the essential ’80s accessory — a boombox. Check out two more photos after the jump. [Models.com via Clutch Magazine] Keep reading »

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