Topic: Hats

The Craziest, Most Amazing Hats From The Philip Treacy Fashion Show

The Craziest, Most Amazing Hats From The Philip Treacy Fashion Show

“Welcome to the show of the greatest milliner in the world, Philip Treacy. In the clothes of the late Michael Jackson,” declared Lady Gaga when she opened the (indeed) great milliner’s runway show. Although the all-black cast wore Michael Jackson’s clothes (including the Thriller jacket) down the catwalk, it was hard to take one’s eyes off those fantastic hats and fascinators. Here’s a few of our favorites. More »

Gallery: Anatomy Of A Wardrobe Malfunction, Starring Phoebe Price

Gallery: Anatomy Of A Wardrobe Malfunction, Starring Phoebe Price

“Aspiring actress”/”media personality” Phoebe Price (who, as far as I can tell, is like a much older version of Courtney Stodden) suffered the latest in a long line of wardrobe malfunctions yesterday at Cannes, which begs the question: who invited her to Cannes? But while you can say what you like about the efficacy of this tactic at gaining the respect of one’s peers, you must admit there’s a certain kind of base artfulness to exposing your privates to the paparazzi, and that Price has grown quite good at it over the years. Also, bear in mind the fact that Price’s “peers” are people like the computer duster lady from Intervention and Tanning Mom. More »

‘In Your Easter Bonnet, With All The Frills Upon It, You’ll Be The Grandest Lady In The Easter Parade!’

'In Your Easter Bonnet, With All The Frills Upon It, You'll Be The Grandest Lady In The Easter Parade!'

For over a century New York City has been celebrating Easter with a parade along 5th Avenue between 49th and 57th Streets. Not exactly the most organized parade, as it mostly consists of people wandering in front of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, it’s more of a six hour (10am-4pm) display of over-the-top and outrageous Easter bonnets. Over the years it has evolved into not just an annual parade but an Easter Bonnet Festival that actually almost rivals the insanity during the annual Halloween parade. More »