Earlier this week, Lily Collins stopped by the premiere of her new movie, The Mortal Instruments, wearing yet another cutout dress. Having covered so many examples of the remarkably banal trend, we finally just got sick of it all and declared them dumb. Or at least, frequently in very poor taste–they’re extremely popular with unapologetic fameballs for a reason.
Thus, we were inspired to wrangle up a collection of our least favorites, from recent disasters to some classic all-time worsts. Enjoy? More
Though you may have missed it under all the Arrested Devlopment craziness, Michael Douglas‘ Liberace biopic Behind the Candleabra premiered this weekend, too. Which, as far as we’re concerned, means one thing: a shopping guide with shitloads of glitter, piano prints, statement jewels, pussybows and capes. More
This is actually quite strange, because so many famous people are terminally anxious about wearing the same dresses (or even similar dresses)–especially after a dress has become widely associated with one person. More
Kim Kardashian has spent the last few years of her life relentlessly, pathologically obsessed with fame. Every single thing she does is calculated. So, when she withholds information, it means something. More
Usually, when an actress wears such a memorable dress to a red carpet event, other famous women won’t go near it. Of course, we’d bet $10 that KK is actively trolling for Who Wore It Best-style coverage, so ask and ye shall receive. More
It’s Love/Hate week at TheGloss, in which we explore all the ways Valentine’s Day makes us feel… wonderful or the opposite of that. Our sponsor for the week is the upcoming romantic drama The Vow, starring Rachel McAdams as a woman who loses all memory of the past five years and Channing Tatum as the husband who needs to remind her. And, because this is a fashion site, we thought we’d take a little trip down memory lane for some of McAdams’ very best moments on the red carpet. More
Welcome to Cage Match, a sporadic though oddly loved feature at TheGloss in which we take celebrities who’ve worn the same outfit (horror of horrors!) and pit them against each other in a sartorial death match… alongside eternal wild card Nicolas Cage. Today, we have Pucci‘s slinky lace-sleeved frock versus a reel of highlights from the remake of The Wicker Man, a beautiful perfect cinema classic. More
Happy Birthday, Harper’s Bazaar Russia! More
Top model and Karl Lagerfeld favorite (seriously, he just took a million images of her for the Fendi campaign) Anja Rubik wed fellow professional hot person Sasha Knezevic this weekend in Mallorca. Anja is main muse to Pucci designer Peter Dundas and wore a Pucci minidress down the aisle (cobblestones?). Which raises the age old question… More
Earlier today we posed the question, “How do you feel about fur?” It’s as controversial a fashion topic as eating disorders and underage models; everyone seems to have a really passionate opinion about fur. Some think it’s barbaric–that the fur industry is rife with animal abuse among other horrors–while others think it’s opulent, warm, and wonderful, the zenith of luxury. Still others–like the PETA protesters I spotted picketing outside Fendi once–are militant anti-fur but More
A few dozen hallowed Italian houses–including Alberta Ferretti, Pucci, Etro, Max Mara, Missoni, Moschino, and Ferragamo–got together and re-designed the Italian flag, for the flag’s 150th birthday.
Veruschka, 1964 for Emilio Pucci