Yes, crop tops are a big Spring trend.
While they can totally work (and worked like hell at Miu Miu-look at this photo of Saskia de Brauw on the runway!), we’re really, really hesitant to even bother testing one out because a trend like this just smacks of “Man, those photos are going to be humiliating in ten years.” Then again, if you can look back fondly on high school photos featuring blue lipstick, lace-up jeans, dusters and chokers–you’re a bigger person than us. More
Lea Michele is in New York for Upfronts and last night she stopped by the FOX post-party at Manhattan’s famed Wollman Rink. She wore the pinkest of pink dresses, but that’s the least of this look’s problems. More
I guess even celebrity crushes are bound to disappoint us sometimes. More
Now, if this was a pirate gala, man… More
You’re probably thinking, “Why are you covering this former reality TV star who is famous because her Dad makes heavily branded jeans?”
Excellent question. More
It’s a Gwyneth Paltrow extravaganza lately! She’s got a new cookbook to promote (the recipes of which involve no food), she’s got a lot of food not to eat, she’s got to talk about how all the foods she’s not eating saved her marriage and… Iron Man 3 just came out, so she has to show up on red carpets with really shiny hair, which is something she does quite well. Perhaps all that not eating results in shiny hair? Maybe she is dying. More
Where would this outfit be appropriate, we wonder? An Orange Julius date with your other tween store mannequin friends? Shopping for face glitter at Claire’s? 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
It would’ve been a rather incredible miracle against the very laws of nature if Kim Kardashian had managed to stay away from cutouts for more than a few weeks, but miracles do not happen in LA. More
When I first saw this picture of Kat Von D wearing what appears to be a sheer wetsuit to a bookstore in New York City, I thought, “Well, shit. This might not be the best outfit, but it’s hardly the worst thing we’ve seen her wear, and it’s sort of unfair to judge someone for what the paparazzi snaps them in when they are out adding to their libraries. At least she’s promoting literacy!” Then I found out she wore this to her own book signing, and was appalled. 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
Despite all the flack Gwyneth Paltrow has been getting lately for calling half a million dollars in clothing “essential,” barely feeding her family and releasing a cookbook that essentially makes air waffles and twig muffins, I have a feeling she is doing just fine. Her book, titled with gross inaccuracy as It’s All Good, is already selling incredibly well, and she’s still famous and attractive and rich. Therefore, I do not feel all that bad pointing out that the outfit she wore to a book signing at Williams-Sonoma was terrible. More
One wrong move, one unexpected hug from an over-zealous fan, one enthusiastic wave… and everything could have tumbled out in full view of hundreds of paparazzi lenses. More
There’s kind of a fine line with accusing someone (especially a woman) of dressing for attention. Something about it really rubs us the wrong way–shouldn’t people (especially women) be able to dress for themselves? If a woman is wearing a mini-skirt, can’t it just be because she likes it? The sentiment echoes barbaric ideas about women and gender and sexuality and we all know there’s enough of those in the world already. Why contribute?
On the other side of that line exists people like Brandi Granville. More