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All The Looks From Paris Haute Couture Week: Day 4

Fashion lovers go wild for Paris Couture Week: nothing gets our pulses racing quite like the promise of seeing the impeccably-cut, fantastical creations of the most extraordinary designers in the world marched down the runway for the very first time. Today we’re ogling the likes of Giorgio Armani Privé, Alexandre Vauthier, Bouchra Jarrar, and (my favorite!) Elie Saab, right this way… Keep reading »

Paris Couture: Day 3
All the shows from the first 3 days of Paris Couture Week. Read More »

Paris Haute Couture Week Spring 2013: Day 3

We’re jumping in halfway through Paris Couture Week, but better late than never, I always say! Fashion lovers go wild for couture week most of all: nothing gets our pulses racing quite like the promise of seeing the impeccably-cut, fantastical creations of the most extraordinary designers in the world marched down the runway for the very first time. Today we’re ogling the likes of Atelier Versace, Christian Dior, Alexis Mabille, Giambattista Valli, and Chanel, right this way… Keep reading »

If You Like Feet, Then You Might Like These Feet Shoes (But Only If You’re White)

Black People Earrings
dolce gabbana racist earrings
Are these Dolce & Gabbana earrings racist? We can't decide. Read More »
Paul Frank's Racist Party
Paul Frank appropriated Native American culture for their par-tay. Read More »
Racism In French Elle
An article on "black style" sparks controversy, rightly so. Read More »

Because fashion never puts a moratorium on being weirdly racially-charged (but not quite “racist”): French house Céline showed yesterday at Paris Fashion Week, and while the clothes were perfection (as Céline is wont to be), things got weird with the footwear, including some AstroTurf offerings and, um, these. They’re to die for, I know, but don’t get too attached: they only come in one shade, Caucasian. Honestly, I think this is less of a “diversity oversight” and more like this may very well be the only pair because who would actually wear them? Seriously, who? What’s bothering me infinitely more than the racial implications is the realistic bunching (wrinkles?) around the heel. I’m gagging. [NY Mag]

The Best Boobs At Fashion Week (NSFW)

Celeb Underboobage
When boobs escape! Read More »

Another fall, another round of intense fashion weeks. Whether we’re talking Melbourne or Milan, one thing remains a constant — there are a lot of damn boobs on the runway. And sometimes they fall out of their shirts or stand at attention under sheer underthings. Here, we’ve captured the latest round of boobs on display during the spring/summer 2013 fashion week season. Don’t say we never did nothin’ for ya.

Aila Wang Makes Other Street Style Stars Look Like Child’s Play

The Other Wang Girl
Who did Alexander Wang tap for his runway but Liberty Ross? Read More »
R.I.P. STREET STYLE
The impending doom of candid style as we know it. Read More »

Spotted at New York Fashion Week: the inimitable Aila Wang, three-year-old niece of designer Alexander Wang and total future It girl. She’s only three, but Aila has her uncle’s trademark urban-chic on lock, not to mention a street style savvy that most aspiring fashionistas can only dream of. Nike kicks, black snakeskin, and a mini Chanel… um, Suri who? [World of Wonder]

Where Authenticity In Street Style Dies, Shameless Corporate Promotion Lives

Melbourne Street Style
Perhaps there's a shred of integrity to be found all the way in Australia. Read More »

When the term “street style” was first coined, it was the domain of the unstudied, the unstaged, the stylist or editor or blogger wearing an outfit that she had purchased and put together herself. Candid street style at its heart and in its purpose was refreshingly free of the business element that defines much, if not all, of the fashion world — nobody was being paid, sponsored, or otherwise compensated for wearing a certain article by a certain designer or brand. It was natural, honest, and not ruled by celebrity, and it wasn’t about who was wearing what; it was about how they were wearing it, and with what. It was new and inspiring, the idea that any girl could go swanning about a major city in a top from H&M and thrifted pants by Gucci and a vintage hat via her grandmother’s closet and be photographed (provided she be thin and attractive enough to draw the eye, which is of course the vulgar truth of fashion) with a flashy expensive camera by a well-dressed perfect stranger with a business card and a .com web address and find herself immortalized on the web the very next day. Keep reading »

NYFW Trend Forecast: Leather, Lady

Leather is nothing new, but for spring/summer 2013, designers used it in innovative ways. From sewn leather trousers, to buttery leather dresses and colored denim in every hue, there was something for every leather lover at New York Fashion Week. Check out some of our faves above!

NYFW Trend: White
The best white outfits from NYFW. Read More »
NYFW: Day 5
Duro Olowu, Prabal Gurung, Victoria Beckham and more! Read More »
NYFW: Day 6
Rodarte, Karen Walker, Marc Jacobs and more. Read More »

Trendspotting: 6 Brand-New Beauty Ideas From NYFW

When a designer strays outside the box of beauty stalwarts, it’s a refreshing change, given our steady diet of so-called “trends” — smoky eyes, red lips, dewy skin, and bold brows. These ubiquitous looks are beautiful and striking, but they’re also easy go-tos, which on principle renders them, well, kind of boring. But with each new season comes a fresh crop of innovative makeup looks that we guarantee you’ll see on the red carpet come 2013. Behold, the six top trends we’ve spotted on the catwalk this week…

NYFW: Day 1
Rachel Comey, Lauren Moffat, BCBG, and more... Read More »
NYFW: Day 2
Peter Som, Creatures of the Wind, Thakoon, and more! Read More »
NYFW: Day 3
Kate Spade, Prabul Gurung and more! Read More »
NYFW: Day 4
Alexander Wang, Suno, Alexander Herchcovitch, and more! Read More »
NYFW: Day 5
Duro Olowu, Prabal Gurung, Victoria Beckham and more! Read More »
NYFW: Day 6
Rodarte, Karen Walker, Marc Jacobs and more. Read More »

The Best And Worst Of Celeb Street Style At NYFW

It’s true: most of the fun of Fashion Week occurs off the runway. It’s not that I don’t look forward to seeing the shows, because of course I do, but with all of the celebrity action that comes with the territory, it’s impossible not to be curious about what they’re wearing to the events. Click through to see some of the looks we’ve spotted on the illustrious front row…

NYFW Day 1
Rachel Comey, Lauren Moffat, BCBG, and more... Read More »
NYFW Day 2
Peter Som, Creatures of the Wind, Thakoon, and more! Read More »
NYFW Day 3
Kate Spade, Charlotte Ronson, Prabal Gurung, and more... Read More »
NYFW: Day 4
Alexander Wang, Suno, Alexander Herchcovitch, and more! Read More »
NYFW: Day 5
Duro Olowu, Prabal Gurung, Victoria Beckham and more! Read More »
NYFW: Day 6
Rodarte, Karen Walker, Marc Jacobs and more. Read More »

Beauty Cues: Mandy Moore Is A Breath Of Fall Freshness At NYFW

Beauty Cues: Kirsten
This shimmery look is gorgeously unexpected. Read More »
Beauty Cues: Rosie
The stunning model is looking awfully, um, rosy. Read More »
Beauty Cues: Kate
Get her radiant rocker chic look from Venice Film Festival. Read More »
Beauty Cues: "Bachelorette"
The badass trio looked beautiful on the red carpet. Read More »

As a child of the ’90s, I have an intrinsic emotional association with Mandy Moore. I vividly recall listening to her completely inane songs on my Walkman waiting for my mom to pick me up from karate (not an isolated incident, she was always late to pick me up from karate). Mandy has done a lot of growing up since she was last in the spotlight, and since I was last at karate, and I guess she’s kind of awesome now? It’s evident that her “Cry” days are long gone: she appeared in a couple of rom-coms, got married to Ryan Adams (who I, as a longtime Jeff Tweedy fan, do not enjoy, but whatever), voiced Rapunzel in “Tangled,” and is now working on a brand-new album that will (presumably) be a drastic departure from the vaguely nauseating tracks of yore.

I’m willing to give Mandy another chance, especially since she’s been looking all kinds of stylish at New York Fashion Week! If that doesn’t say comeback, then I don’t know what does. I’m “Crush”-ing hard on this look in particular: it’s a subtle segue into the dark, dramatic beauty trends on the forecast, but it’s still sweet and pretty enough to wear through the interim. If you’re ready to jump the gun on fall beauty, but aren’t quite prepared to delve into dark aubergine shades, cop Mandy’s look right now! Keep reading »

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