Fashion Month is drawing to a close, which means we’ve seen plenty of trends, much ridiculous street style, lots of famous people–you know, the usual Fashion Month works. By now we’ve had enough time to sift through the thousands of photos to bring you a selection of some very amazing (but often completely crazy) jewelry as seen on the runways in New York, London, Milan and Paris. Here are the biggest and boldest necklaces, bracelets, cuffs and, uh, headgear from Fashion Month–”statement jewelry” is putting it lightly. More
Oh, you didn’t get invited to the debut of Thom Browne & Zac Posen’s ritzy Infiniti Q50s? Luckily, this recently released video makes it like you were there… minus any complimentary drinks. (Boo.) More
Even though NYFW is known for its outrageous street style bait techniques, the shows themselves are a pretty staid affair compared to Paris and Milan (especially, of course, the couture shows).
While it’s a consistent criticism of New York that homegrown designers don’t experiment enough, we saw some pretty valiant experimentation at the Spring 2014 shows–which occasionally resulted in balls out crazy, too.
Don’t believe us? Here’s what we mean… More
While the Spring 2014 collections have been a little same-y, they’ve brought a lot of fun, eye-catching, wearable accessories. See, for example, our roundup of the many delightful shoes.
Now, of course, it’s time for handbags. Graphic black and white was the reason for the season at NYFW–a huge portion of the bags we saw played with contrasting stripes, geometric details and houndstooth. Let’s take a closer look… More
Apparently, it takes a lot out of the beautiful, famous people whose job it is to dress well and attend the runway shows, because they all look like Hell. More
If you were to cross Disney’s Haunted Mansion with a Scary Stories To Read In The Dark Chapter and every stereotype of asylums ever, finally adding a dash of your fucking nightmares, this is what you’d get. More
How great are those gloves, though? More
Admit it! It’s a magical look! More
Us Gloss editors have occasionally described the site as “fashion for people who care more about Star Wars.” Now, an artist named John Woo–not the Face/Off guy, though that’d be great–has deftly combined the two in some fantastic illustrations. Here, beloved Star Wars characters (well, and Jar Jar) are clad in the likes of Gareth Pugh, Thom Browne and Comme des Garcons. We’re posting a few of our favorites, but do yourself a big favor and visit his Etsy store. More
I worked in fashion for one whole year. I was hired in the midst of Fall Fashion Week in 2005, then a year later, I walked out the door halfway through Fall Fashion Week in 2006. I was done. More
Leighton Meester showed up to the Gotham Awards in a Thom Browne suit and honestly, she killed it. She looked sexy and effortless and cool. She softened the menswear-inspired outfit with feminine make-up, flowy hair and Faragamo heels, which might be why it worked like gang busters. I tend to think women in suits look great. Of course, there are the occasional failures (lots of those ahead) but when it works, does it ever work. More
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
Remember when I told you guys about the GQ’s Best New Menswear Designer Nominees? Well the designers showcased 9 Fall looks at the end of January to impress the judges. The winner will be announced at the end of February … More
Thom Browne, the definitive designer for slim suits compiled a list of guidelines on how to dress like a Gentleman for the August 2007 issue of DETAILS magazine. Here are the ones I agree with (complete list): 3. Chariots of … More