Topic: Norway

Clothing Brand Beloved By Neo-Nazis Names New Store After Norwegian Terrorist

Clothing Brand Beloved By Neo-Nazis Names New Store After Norwegian Terrorist

Unless you buy your earrings at a certain Brooklyn boutique, you probably haven’t heard of Thor Steinar, a German clothing company (lifestyle brand?) beloved by neo-Nazis everywhere. The company was banned in 2004 after controversy over similarities in its logos to symbols worn by SS officers but then rebranded by making its Nazi allegiances more subtle and therefore legal under German law. Sounds like they got tired of peddling hate under the radar, though, as Thor Steinar just opened a brand new store in the German cirt of Chemnitz and named it… More »

Ready-to-Click: Get a Fake Birkin For $30 or £2,300

Ready-to-Click: Get a Fake Birkin For $30 or £2,300

This tote with the screen-printed Birkin is kind of growing on us. -T Magazine

On the opposite end of things, Victoria Beckham’s Birkin-looking handbags are shockingly expensive. -Daily Mail

Kim Kardashian has done another regrettable thing. -The Cut

Oslo Fashion Week will be the first to fashion week to ban fur. -Ecouterre

Supermodels get paid, olive everything hits stores, Francois Nars’ little dog wishes you a happy holiday and More »

Link Love: The Day Julien MacDonald Went Missing

Link Love: The Day Julien MacDonald Went Missing

Designer Julien MacDonald claims Karl Lagerfeld used to carry around an old-fashioned black fan and hit colleagues with it when they displeased him. MacDonald better watch his back because Kaiser Karl doesn’t tolerate snitches. -Racked

An adult onesie from Norway is sweeping the closets of British celebs and assholes alike. -Daily Mail

Dutch company Suit Supply rolled out a creepy campaign featuring men looking up womens’ skirts and, uh, faux-raping them?! -Coco Perez

Inspire strangers to stop you on the street and ask invasive questions with this gallery of surrealist oddball footwear. Er, “statement shoes.” -Elle.com

Gisele Bundchen will “never retire,” plans on being beautiful forever. -Fashionologie More »