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5 Reasons You Need A Pair Of Luxury Poop Emoji Loafers, Like, Now

Poop Emoji Loafers

Big news for fashionistas, emoji addicts, and, umm, poop enthusiasts? Designers Edie Parker and Del Toro have collaborated on a special collection of shoes and clutches emblazoned with popular emojis, including one pair of loafers that are aptly named “#theshit.” Yep, these Italian-made velvet loafers feature a smiling pile of poop on each foot, and retail for $340. Why would you ever spend that much money on a pair of shoes with poop on them? SO many reasons! For example: Keep reading »

What Would You Call This Fur Boob Muff That Rihanna Is Wearing?

A titty warmer? A breast merkin? Funbag fur? A boobler? “It’s like a muffler, but for boobs!” said Ami. John DeVore volunteered “mammoth unibrow,” “Muppet tits,” and my personal favorite, “Giant Boob Tribble.” I’m not sure of its purpose, besides keeping your breasts warm to the point of sweating profusely. I hate it. That is all. [Photos: Fame/Flynet]

Now You Can Wear A Spray-On Dress

Now You Can Wear A Spray-On Dress

Going-out dresses still aren’t tight enough for you? Meet Fabrican, a spray-on fabric that can be used to make clothes that mold to your body.

Fabrican has been in the making since 2000, and is kind of revolutionary in a “Jetsons” sort of way. It was developed for use on runway models who need tight, perfectly-fitted coverage quickly and will likely be in stores soon for us regular folks. Keep reading »

The Story Behind Lady Gaga’s Disgusting Fake Teeth

Lady Gaga's Smile
Guys, We Need To Talk About Lady Gaga's Teeth Right Now
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Shh! It’s a bracelet! Yup, the disgusting chompers Lady Gaga wore in her mouth on the red carpet of Sunday’s YouTube Awards are actually a cuff bracelet made by 25-year-old jewelry designer Danielle Hills. NYMag.com’s The Cut blog spoke with Hills, who explained:

“Gaga wore it on her wrist for part of the time, and on the red carpet, before she popped it in. And I like that it’s become a weird mystery piece that can be used for different things. I always want my pieces to be worn in creative ways, like a collaboration with whoever’s wearing it. If you think it’s a hat, it’s a hat, and if you think it’s a shoe, it’s a shoe. And it’s so much more fun for me to see them worn differently. … I knew it could fit in a mouth, but I’d never actually seen it done before. I love that she did that. It’s a fun piece to wear because you can play a lot of jokes with it.”

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12 Completely Crazy Looks From London Fashion Week (And Where To Wear Them)

More than any other fashion week, we can always count on the designers at London Fashion Week to send some truly mind-boggling looks down the runway. Here are 12 particularly insane examples, along with the best places to wear them…

Do Not Want: This Pentagram Garter (And The Tan Lines That Come With It)

Do Not Want: Spider Sandals
spider sandals
Would you wear spiders on your feet? Read More »
Do Not Want: Chest Hair Sweater
Complete with glistening nipples! Read More »

I’m very intrigued by the new wave of accessories that has cropped up specifically to cater to teenage hipsters attending music festivals (I’m looking at you, giant floral crowns and crocheted bikini tops). Fanciful garters and other thigh decorations meant to be paired with super short shorts are another trend in this category. Pretty sure this pentagram garter, for example, was created to cater to the mysterious, slightly goth breed of festival girl. I’m not sure if I should be more concerned about the fact that a pentagram is a meaningful religious symbol that should probably not just be wrapped around your thigh “because it looks cool,” or because the tan lines from this thing would be pretty horrific. I think I’m gonna go with the tan lines. [$22, Karmaloop]

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