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What Do We Think Of Rihanna’s “Slutz” Crop Top? I’m Kind Of Into It

Rihanna Smacks Groper
Rihanna hits a fan in the face with her mic
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Rihanna's A Stoner
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Look, I’m not saying that I would wear the real human-sized version of Rihanna‘s “Slutz” crop top, except that I would totally wear the real human-sized version of Rihanna’s “Slutz” crop top. The girl’s got to broadcast her individuality somehow now that Miley Cyrus is biting her vibe all over the place. As far as snacks go, Slutz don’t sound like something I would be interested in, but you never know. [Photo: Pacific Coast News]

Anne Hathaway Tries Out A Bizarre New Look

Anne Hathaway Parody
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Anne's Sad-Off
Anne Hathaway vs. Samuel L. Jackson in this sad-off! Read More »

Whuuuuut. I’ve never thought of Anne Hathaway as a shining beacon of impressive street style, but what kind of fashion fuckery is this? Whose pants are those? Where do you get white sneakers with buckles, and why? Enlighten me, Anne. ANNE, PLEASE. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]

Our Girl Simcha –– And A Bunch Of Other Fierce New Yorkers — Share Their Style Secrets

Simcha Nailin' It fashion video
She's totally nailin' it!

Sometimes things just come together in a totally simpatico way. Take, for instance, this new street style video series called “Nailin’ It” that my friend Patrick worked on. Despite NYC being a city of, like, eight million people, who do Patrick and show host Ross Erin pick to appear in their segment on New York style and fashion? None other than our own Simcha “Miss Pop” Whitehill! Amelia and I spotted her in this little vid, sporting her trademark quiff, looking cool as hell. We love this video not just because of the amazing coincidence of our nail art guru Simcha randomly appearing in a video called “Nailin’ It” (I mean, seriously), but because it shows that amazing fashion comes in so many shapes and styles. [YouTube]

Miss Pop's Knit Nails
Miss Pop will show you how to make nails that look like knitting! Read More »
Neon Ombre Nails
how to get neon ombre nails
Simcha will show you have to do neon ombre nails. Read More »

[Update] Photographer Claims DKNY Stole His Photos For In-Store Display

Street Style Toddler
Aila Wang makes other street style stars look like child's play. Read More »
R.I.P. STREET STYLE
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Forever 21's Stolen Fabric
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Brandon Stanton is the photographer behind “Humans of New York,” a collection of street style photos from around the city. His website, also called Humans of New York, aims to be a “photographic census” of the city’s inhabitants.

A few months ago, Stanton was approached by the clothing company DKNY, who wanted to use his photos as part of a store display. They were willing to pay $15,000 for 300 of Stanton’s photos — a rate of $50 a photo. Stanton wanted more money, but DKNY balked, and the deal never went through.

Cut to this Monday, when a fan of Stanton’s site sent him a photo of a DKNY display window in Bangkok, covered in “Humans of New York” photos. Keep reading »

The Best In London Fashion Week Street Style

For years now, the sidewalks outside of fashion week have been as heavily documented and critiqued as the clothes up on the runway. There’s a veritable industry now, of fashion bloggers, online personalities and charming crazies who now operate front and center when it comes to fashion week. And why not? Style trickles up as much as it trickles down, with designers pulling looks and inspiration from what they see around the city.

But not everybody’s happy about it. Take fashion writer Susie Menkes, who in this past week’s T magazine, railed against the ubiquitousness of the street scene. “There is a genuine difference between the stylish and the showoffs,” she notes, alluding that there are far more of the latter than the former in fashion right now. The actual fashion shows almost seem beside the point. “There is something ridiculous about the self-aggrandizement of some online arbiters who go against the mantra that I was taught in my earlier days as a fashion journalist. ‘It isn’t good because you like it; you like it because it’s good.’” Amen to that, but still, isn’t it fun to see what everyone’s preened themselves into now?

R.I.P. STREET STYLE
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You — Yes, You! — Could Top Vanity Fair‘s Best Dressed List

Vanity Fair Best Dressed
Jessica landed the top honor on the annual list. Read More »

Because I was a weird kid, I’ve been reading Vanity Fair since I was, like, 14. There’s nothing I enjoy more than long-form stories about society murders, celebrity addicts and presidential affairs. Every year, Vanity Fair also comes up with a best-dressed list, chock full of names of socialites, French nobility and a gallimaufry of minor European royalty. Usually I don’t know more than a few of the names on the list, and couldn’t even begin to imagine the clothing budgets these people must have.

But this year, VF is making things a bit more democratic. In a ploy to seem relevant, the aged magazine is opening its Best Dressed competition to the public. Nan Kempner is rolling over in her extra-small couture grave. Keep reading »

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