The cheapest items at the most expensive design houses are completely mind-boggling. More
We look back at all of the stunning looks Frida Giannini designed as Creative Director of Gucci. More
This explains so much. More
I’m sorry, I don’t know what “the boundless spirit of blue skies smells like.” But this perfume smells exactly like Green Apple Smirnoff. More
For the first day of the Cannes Film Festival, Blake Lively opted for a giant braid with her scarlet Gucci Premiere gown. And it was glorious. More
Emma Stone has a fashion board on Pinterest, and if we all work together we are sure to find it. More
Inexpensive knockoffs have done Isabel Marant a favor, because now she’s finally ditching her own hideous, squishy-footed $800 clown shoes. More
Anything that gives me an excuse to use a good Gob Bluth GIF… More
Blake Lively, as an actress, hasn’t been seen around these parts lately–her last big movie, Green Lantern, came out in 2011 (and grossed about half its budget). Since then, Lively’s kept things pretty low-key (despite marrying Ryan Reynolds), hanging out in upstate New York, and continuing to not use a stylist.
In fact, in the past year she’s done little more than threaten to launch a “lifestyle brand” and corresponding newsletter, just like everyone’s other favorite lifestyle brand/newsletter, GOOP. And also give the occasional interview about fancy ovens. More
It’s the Great Pumpkin, Karl Lagerfeld! More
Milan Fashion Week is drawing to a close–which means the next round of Spring 2014 collections are around the corner in Paris. Here’s what the industry–Anna Wintour, Anna Dello Russo, Carine Roitfeld, Emmanuelle Alt–wore, along with the front row’s fanciest–Cate Blanchett, Freida Pinto, Blake Lively, Amber Heard–and even a few supermodels (Kate Moss, Karolina Kurkova, Bianca Balti). More
Man’s best friend will never go out of style. More
Hermès insists it “can be used for play”–and thank fucking god for that. Who’d want a branded blue basketball museum piece?
…Well, the sort of person who’d want a Chanel surfboard, probably, or a Louis Vuitton soccer ball or an Alexander Wang jump rope. Which all exist, obviously–and there’s more in the gallery ahead. More
Apparently a woman with a fancy designer handbag is perceived as someone with a “more devoted partner,” and therefore other women are less likely to try and steal him (and his wallet), because all women do is compete for men and beat each other mercilessly with $2000 purses in Swarovski-studded Thunderdomes. More