Topic: Dolce-and-Gabbana

Poll: Vegetable Prints Vs. Floral Prints

Poll: Vegetable Prints Vs. Floral Prints

You say “tomato”, I say “oh, Dolce and Gabbana did that as a print at their 2012 Spring show.” You say “why?” I say, “because florals are boring, I guess?” You say “but doesn’t that seem kind of gimmicky, too? I mean, I think it’s funny to a fashion crowd, but a lot of people are just going to be like ‘ why does that girl have tomatoes all over her dress?” And I say “to-mah-to.” More »

Friday Style Icon: The Ladies of ‘A League Of Their Own’

Friday Style Icon: The Ladies of 'A League Of Their Own'

Last week Jennifer and I were figuring out some upcoming Friday Style Icons because I didn’t want every week to be about mining ’90s movies I liked as a child. And we immediately concluded, Let’s do A League of Their Own! Unfortunately, A League of Their Own is the opposite of what we were trying to do. So I did a gallery of awesome Chloe Sevigny looks. This week, as we were compiling stuff for our tribute to the ladysports classics, intrepid intern Jill was like, “Just like Nylon!” and we were like, “WHAA?” Then she broke our fucking hearts by showing us a spread in this month’s Nylon about makeup inspired by A League of Their Own. Since we’d already gotten a bunch of images together, we were like, fuck it, it’s okay, people can accept that two separate entities arrived at the same obscure idea independently. Right? Right? More »

Ready-to-Click: Dolce & Gabbana May Have Landed the Dress of the Season

Ready-to-Click: Dolce & Gabbana May Have Landed the Dress of the Season

That white eyelet Dolce & Gabbana frock is becoming this season’s Balmain mini. -Stylite

Style icon showdown: Blake Lively vs. Leighton Meester. -The Frisky

Helping hints for trying out this tricky printed pants. -Refinery 29

The Outnet’s Stephanie Phair talks trends and dishes some tips for discount shoppers. -The Inside Source

Would you have said “Yes” to Jay Baruchel’s brusque proposal? -Betty Confidential

I will waste time anytime on round-ups of ’90s one hit wonders. -College Candy More »

Ready-to-Click: Designers, Stylists and Models Respond to Galliano Scandal

Ready-to-Click: Designers, Stylists and Models Respond to Galliano Scandal

Fashion industry leaders from Giorgio Armani to Stefano Gabbana respond to the John Galliano scandal. -Styleite

Kate Winslet was called “blubber” as a kid. Because kids are the worst. -The Frisky

Joan Collins’ Oscar dress sent her to the hospital. -The Cut

Lea T stars in a glamorous editorial for V Magazine. -Fashion Indie

Victoria’s Secret Angels hanging out and More »