The campaign also stars Cyndi Lauper, Helmut Lang, and Yoko Ono. More
Topic: Patti Smith
Everyone knows them for a reason. More
It includes photos of Serena Williams, Yoko Ono, Amy Schumer, Ava DuVernay, and more! More
We’re tired of talking about Adam Levine. More
Guess what today is? It’s National Senior Citizens Day! What exactly does that entail? According to Time And Date, this holiday encourages us to “recognize and show appreciation for the value and contribution of elderly people to home, family and society.”
So, what are we specifically going to recognize and show appreciation for today? Why, the inspirational style accomplishments of some of the world’s most fashionable senior citizens, naturally! So, who makes the cut (and who’s number one)? Let’s take a look. More
Shhh! If you listen closely, you can hear the sound of fear stirring in the hearts of fancy people across New York as they prepare for this evening’s Met Gala, the biggest society event of the year. Since the 2013 theme is punk–and we already know how anxiety-making this is for them–we thought we’d offer some helpful Met Gala style suggestions from real punks, old and newer.
You guys like safety pins, right? More
“Well-behaved women seldom make history.” Truth.
For Love/Hate Week, TheGloss‘ editors are documenting all the things we’re ambivalent about: big breasts, Valentine’s Day, other stuff. I don’t usually experience contradictory attitudes toward things, I’m pretty all or nothing. There’s one thing that came to mind, though, one thing that could probably tarnish my otherwise completely stellar reputation as fashion editor of this site: I fucking love drop-crotch pants. More
Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe, 1969 at Coney Island by Michel Esteban
Well, I don’t mean a smart skirt suit or a little tweed Chanel. I mean, would you rock something boxy, masculine, menswear-inspired… or straight-up, actual menswear? Plenty of men hate More
Another day, another outré editorial starring Dane Freja Beha. Here she is posing as HBIC Patti Smith. Photographed by Christian Brylle, the 10-page editorial sees Erichsen posing as More