Topic: knock-offs

Kim Kardashian Accused Of Ripping Off Yet Another Designer

Kim Kardashian Accused Of Ripping Off Yet Another Designer

First of all, Kim Kardashian has a jewelry line and we’re sure it’s awful and will probably turn your skin green (really, you’re better off buying warped gold bangles at Forever 21 and gluing rhinestones to them). Anyway, jewelry designer and Hollywood favorite Alexis Bittar–he of the many statement bangles on actress’ wrists and seriously trippy lookbooks–has declared he will no longer loan his designs to Kim for red carpet events… because her jewelry line Belle Noel features a few pieces that look a little too much like his. …This comes as a surprise to no one. After all, she has do something in between endorsing useless products and being horrible. More »

Party Favors: $164 Million In Damages To Tory Burch

Party Favors: $164 Million In Damages To Tory Burch

Will the Tory Burch lawsuit change counterfeit culture? -The High Low

Concerning the ways men and women are “allowed” to write about parenthood. -Double X

An eyebrow tutorial. They are the window frames to the soul. -The Hairpin

“Why devotion trumps passion.” -YourTango

“How I learned to live with my father’s bigotry.” -MyDaily

A Diane Kruger-inspired interior. -ShelterPop

Eva Longoria tried melting these to use as lipstick. -The Frisky

Beyonce talks Givenchy, porn studios and keeping hyenas as pets. -Styleite

I saw someone pulling these Sally Hansen nails off at a bar. Here’s a review. -College Candy

The design duo behind cult shoe brand Marais USA talk indispensable beauty products. -Birchbox

Stars like Diane Kruger and Rihanna are doing messy braids. -StyleList

Finding the right shorts based on body type. -Betty Confidential

Did Roberto Cavalli Knock-Off Lost Art’s Woven Leather Jacket?

Did Roberto Cavalli Knock-Off Lost Art's Woven Leather Jacket?

Virtually every week there’s a story about fast fashion megachains like H&M or Zara knocking off high end stuff that few can afford: in which case you get a kind of democratizing of fashion that isn’t necessarily good, but at least understandable. Occasionally, however, the opposite will happen. Jordan Betten–head of indie leather goods label Lost Art–first noticed some striking similarities between his own designs and current Cavalli pieces when More »