Remember how designers once resisted Kim Kardashian like the Plague because she always used to make $8000 outfits look cheap and ill-fitting? There was even a time when they refused to loan clothes to any editorial associated with the infamous reality TV star. Boy, how things have changed! More
Topic: Anna Dello Russo
We saw the front rows in New York, we saw them in London and we saw them in Milan–but no fashion week seemed to attract more famous people than Paris. As Fashion Month draws to a close, the celebrities descended on the City of Light to take in Chanel, Miu Miu, Louis Vuitton, Valentino and at least one very splashy party for the new Carine Roitfeld movie.
Here’s what they wore, featuring Katy Perry, Hailee Steinfeld, Kim Kardashian, Kim Kardashian’s Breasts, Kate Upton, Miranda Kerr and many more. More
“I feel like I am a new media, all by myself” More
Famous people lead cool lives where they don’t have to do anything ever but they have millions of dollars. In order to fill their days (and provide some semblance of time) they dress up in elaborate, nonsensical Halloween costumes (they … More
It seems like roughly 50% of all fashion week coverage is now devoted to street style: images of people outside the tents are effectively as popular as images from the runways, especially now that fashion bloggers and editors are celebrities in their own right. What used to be a democratizing force in the stubbornly elitist fashion industry, however, has really, really… evolved. A few years ago, you could just go outside looking pulled-together and original with a slick of lipstick and people with cameras would flock; now the rules are different. This week’s Illustrated Guide is the definitive manual to getting snapped by a street style photographer. More
Editor-about-town Anna Dello Russo has “collaborated” with H&M on a line of accessories (here’s the promo video) that are nakedly intended to catch the attention of street style photographers. Since Dello Russo isn’t exactly a big name stateside (outside fashion circles, that is) we wonder if this collection will sell out as quickly as Marni or Versace. The pieces hit H&M locations earl-yOctober and range from $24.95 to $299. Here’s a sampling. More
It’s like a golden shower, only more degrading. More
Though they could set the price a lot higher. More
So, I was scrolling through Getty’s photo database looking to see what famous attendees wore to Monday’s Marc Jacobs show–Anna Dello Russo, predictably crazy–and came across this bespectacled fellow. Here were my thoughts: “Oh, he looks respectable. He must be European.” Then I assumed he was an editor at some fancy foreign glossy. Dansk? No. This man is Brandon Boyd from Incubus. More
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The holidays are a time for excessive eating, arguing with in-laws and round-ups of our favorite things worn by famous people over the past year. Today, we’re focusing on an oft-neglected but crucially important part of a red carpet look: the shoes, the clutches, and (of course) the crazy headpieces that all come together and occasionally make for pretty unforgettable details. More
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When reading W‘s art and fashion issue, you might want to pay close attention to the pages and pages of ads you normally skip through to get to the editorial content. This is because, scattered among the ads for actual products, are nine completely fake ads for fake products shot by the wonderful Steven Meisel. They star such familiar faces as Karen Elson, Linda Evangelista, and good old Joan Rivers, and I happen to think they’re a pretty brilliant marriage of fashion and art. More
You know those ubiquitous Miu Miu glitter booties? Those ones to the left? There was a minute there when you couldn’t look at street style photography from this past fashion month without seeing them in every shot. Anyway, turns out their aforementioned ubiquity caught the attention of mass market shoe manufacturer (and knock off extraordinaire) Steve Madden. More