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This New Lanvin Campaign Is Extremely Unsettling

This New Lanvin Campaign Is Extremely Unsettling

When you think of fashion snakes, you may think of oversexed Milan-based labels like Versace or Roberto Cavalli. You might think of this Alexander McQueen campaign for Spring 2012. You might also think of Daphne Guinness, if you know your fashion vocabulary. What probably doesn’t spring to mind is arid French house Lanvin, with all its good taste and classy acolytes like Julianne Moore and Tilda Swinton. More »

Friday Style Icon: Michelle Pfeiffer as Elvira Hancock in Scarface

Friday Style Icon: Michelle Pfeiffer as Elvira Hancock in Scarface

A lot of people seem to like Al Pacino’s character’s character in Scarface. I mean, actually like him. Seemingly on a personal level?Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Wright has a theory and explains, “The DVD comes as two separate discs and they only make it through the first disc, so they’re convinced the movie ends with him running off with Elvira and his tiger.” Which brings me to Elvira, who is a “lady tiger” (per the script). She’s got an endless supply of low-cut, slinky gowns fit for a night of chainsmoking and looking achingly bored at Studio 54. Sounds awesome. Let’s do this. More »

Things That Should Come Between Mary Alice Stephenson’s Lanvin Accessories And Her New Lamborghini

Things That Should Come Between Mary Alice Stephenson's Lanvin Accessories And Her New Lamborghini

Refinery 29 recently did a list of stylist’s must have accessories for fall. Normal stuff, yes? A lot of people like ankle boots! Except for Mary Alice Stephenson who, hilariously, claimed “nothing comes between my Lanvin accessories and my new Lamborghini.

Look, we have no doubt that is true. We imagine that she is cruising the streets like the Marchesa Casati, buck naked, her gilded baubles bumping up against the steering wheel. Well and good, Mary Alice Stpehenson! Well and good! But you can’t say that in print because you sound like an entitled twit. Fortunately, she can save face with some “except” follow-ups. For example:
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