American designer Rick Owens went where no other designer went before. At Men’s Fashion Week in Paris on Thursday, he sent male models strutting down the catwalk, some of them, with exposed penises peeking out from their clothes. According to Women’s Wear Daily, the “deconstructed tunics — cut into pieces and put back together again – lay bare those parts that needed most protection.” And yes, it really looked like that. Read more…
When you’re trying to mimic the style of one of the world’s most watched couples, starting with denim is the way to go.
Kathleen Lee and Katie Burroughs should know. They are the friends behind one of Instagram’s hottest new accounts, @What_Would_Yeezus_Wear. The account mimics the fashionable outfits Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and even their daughter, North West have been photographed in; Yeezus, if you didn’t know is Kanye West’s most recent album.
J. Crew unzipped its reasons behind the introduction of their 000 size.
A spokesperson for the U.S. retailer told the popular morning show Today, it is responding to customer demand by introducing the size, specifically in the Asian markets. However, this explanation is not enough for those who have spoken out about the super-petite size. This includes celebrity chef and TV host Rachel Ray who blasted the company just last week.
Ellen Degeneres doesn’t shy away from busting a move whether on her show or the dance floor; it’s no wonder she’s making the move into the lifestyle business.
According to an interview with WWD.com, the talk show host is launching her own lifestyle brand, E.D. just in time for Christmas this year.
“I wouldn’t be doing this if I didn’t want it to be the biggest brand name that you can imagine,” Degeneres told WWD.com.
Sometimes fashion and sport come together like a perfectly executed play, case and point, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook and Barneys New York.