It took me a second, but I’m fully behind the evening romper trend, especially during summer when the weather is warm and legs are tan. Taylor Schilling — aka Piper on “Orange is the New Black” — paired her chic black and white playsuit with a white tuxedo blazer, festive heels and a red lip, a fun alternative to the standard LBD (or orange prison jumpsuit). Keep reading »
A Saginaw, Michigan sheriff is so convinced that “Orange Is The New Black” made orange jumpsuits cool that he’s assigned inmates at the Saginaw County Jail to switch up their uniforms. The jail’s 513 inmates will likely all have switched over to old school black-and-white striped uniforms by the end of this year. Sheriff William Federspiel, the man behind the change, told Saginaw County News that line has become too fuzzy between pop culture and actual prison culture because of shows like “Orange Is The New Black.” He says that people think it’s cool to dress like an inmate, “wearing all orange jumpsuits out at the mall or in public.” The inmates aren’t pleased, and have complained about the change in attire. I guess they can direct their blame past Federspiel and right over to Piper and Alex for looking so good onscreen. Federspiel told the News, “It’s not to be crass. We’re not trying to embarrass or shame them. It tells me something, though, when the inmates think that it’s bad: It’s probably good.” Keep reading »
Okay, so the movie isn’t getting the best reviews, but at least Taylor Schilling looks really, really pretty at the UK premiere of her new film, “The Lucky One” (which also stars America’s Favorite Eyebrows, Zac Efron). We’re digging the spring color palette and that she’s wearing her hair down. It gives the whole look an air of casual comfort. And … there’s always your next film, Taylor.