Um, can we say stunning? Barack defines dapper in a tux and white bowtie, while Michelle sparkles in a white chiffon one shouldered gown by 26-year-old designer Jason Wu. Who is Mr. Wu? A Parson’s graduate and native of Taiwan, Wu has only been designing for a few years and just recently got picked up Continue Reading
The Blog Is Mental has first look at Alexander McQueen’s diffusion line for Target: It seems everything is pretty affordable at under $150, and I can see myself wearing…just about everything! Keep an eye peeled for the collection in Target stores March 2009.
According to Racked.com, the Simmons sisters are being accused of ripping t-shirt designs from another t-shirt line called Johnny Cupcakes: I guess a trip to court could make an interesting episode on Daddy’s Girls, huh? I clearly can’t get the show over here…is it any good?
My boy Charles over at ModaMouth has scans of Liya Kebede’s spread for Vogue Nipon’s February 2009 issue: Can we say fierce?!?! Good Lord! See the rest here.
Naomi Campbell plays up her ‘firy’ image for the DSquared Spring 2009 Advertising Campaign, fist fighting and sparring with fellow supermodel Linda Evangelista: Very apropos that Ms. Campbell is fighting in designer frocks… *In other fashion news, it seems Naomi has finally settled the suit filed by her ex maid. You remember, the one she Continue Reading
WWD reports that designers such as Rachel Roy, Alexander Wang, and Tory Burch have released even more Obama merchandise as his inauguration approaches: Top Row: Unisex T by Dereon, $45. Tote Bag by Tory Burch, $70 ; Bottom Row: Scarf by Alexander Wang, $40. Ladies T by Zac Posen, $45. Love that Zac Posen! See Continue Reading
The New York Times’ Cintra Wilson wrote an interesting article on shopping at beauty juggernaut Sephora: She says, “Sephora has such nonstop traffic and is such a hands-on finger-painting studio of test powders and open palettes of sticky red matter that there is a constant mess; one display bleeds in greasy, opalescent smears and snail Continue Reading
Fashionista.com reports that Scott Schuman, also known as the Sartorialist, has inked a book deal with Penguin Books: Not familiar? The Sartorialist snaps shots of the most fashionable subjects in the streets, then publishes them on his world famous blog. Now his readers get to see his pictures in print form, with a 500 page Continue Reading