We have a cautious relationship with denim shorts. On the one hand, they can look decent when you’re walking to the store and it’s laundry day, or you’re just hanging out in the park with some friends. On the other, … More
Lately it seems like everywhere I look on the internet, people are talking about “jorts” in a disparaging fashion. Why, just recently on this very blog, a whole post was dedicated to mocking the many jorts of Coachella, some of which were legitimately bad, but some of which, like Behati Prinsloo‘s, were totally fucking fine as part of a spot-on perfect ’90s grunge look. More
#Coachella is finished. The two-weekend long corporate music festival that draws rich pretend-bohemians from all over the country is, mercifully, over and done with until next year. Last weekend’s celebrity fashion show was predictably ridiculous, this weekend’s was actually a little more tame. Perhaps the attendees were exhausted from toggling to flash the peace sign while trying not to spill beer on their $2000 handbags?
Until next year. More
There are no women at Coachella! Just more terrible news for your already terrible week. More
Ah, Coachella, a time for (particularly) clueless rich people to dress up like their idea of a ’60s bohemian and enjoy the latest major label chart-topping tunes from the comfort of cushy VIP pens.
Normally, we have a hard line about not making fun of off-duty (non red carpet) famous people, but most of these press-hungry jackasses relish Coachella as an opportunity to wear their cool poor person costume: a floppy hat, short shorts, shitloads of fringe, a leather headband, a $2000 handbag and–the best accessory–a big, dumb peace sign. More
You can’t swing a vintage-looking cross-body satchel without hitting a celebrity in Coachella jorts. Not tired of jean shorts yet? You will be … More
This weekend marks the start of 2013′s master class on hippie costumes for rich people, also known as Coachella. More
What is it with people these days choosing to push boundaries with party themes? Sometimes, these ideas are playful and fun. It’s lovely. Sometimes, these ideas are terrible; for example, that sorority from Penn State who assumed all Mexicans are impoverished drug addicts. Not so lovely, and that is why they were publicly ridiculed.
Of course, not everybody learns the “be creative, not cruel” rule when it comes to parties; now, Flaunt magazine wants in on the good ol’ racist action, too. More
I know this announcement is strange, as we are not a music nor live show blog, but bear with me whilst I explain. More
When we first saw this image, we imagined a bunch of people in suits with broomsticks herding Ke$ha down a hallway, through a bathroom door and into a shower stall. Finally cornered, she screams for mercy until the water drowns out her cries. She quivers there, dejected, in the stream. More
Rihanna decided to unwind at a strip club after some late night recording in Chelsea. She tweeted the evidence because she’s not a role model. Do you understand? More
I’m pretty sure this is not even really a shirt, but a scrap of a “Navajo bedspread” from Urban Outfitters that accidentally got caught in a shredder. More
This past weekend marked the beginning of Coachella. More
Nigella Lawson wore an unconventional bathing suit to protect her from the sun. -Styleite
The truth about dating a younger man. -MyDaily
What does Helena Bonham Carter wear on a french fry run? -Betty Confidential
7 romantic gestures that make women swoon. -The Frisky
Lauren Conrad launching a beauty site called The Beauty Department. -Racked
Best of Coachella street style. -Lookbooks