About this time every year, we find ourselves spending an inordinate amount of time day-dreaming about our summer vacations–and even more time fantasizing about what we’ll wear on them. Somehow dressing for vacation is just always more fun than dressing for real life. That being said, it’s often hard to find exactly the right of Read more →
According to recent quarterly reports Gap’s recent turnaround efforts seem to have paid off. Big time.
Prepare yourself for the best news we’ve heard all week–possibly all year–Kelly and Dylan are back together again. We always knew she’d pick him. I mean, hey, he had a Porshe in high school. And, let’s be honest, Brandon was kind of a dweeb. Anyway, according to the New York Post, Jennie Garth and Luke Read more →
Last July Kim Kardashian’s lawyers filed a suit against Old Navy for using a model in ads, named Melissa Molinaro, who looked an awful lot like Kimmy. (Molinaro was also dating Reggie Bush at the time, a former Kardashian flame. Drama.) At the time the suit was filed, it was expected that Kardashian’s legal team Read more →
We can’t imagine what kept Shannon Doherty and Tori Spelling so busy that they couldn’t take part in the Beverly Hills 90210 reunion that is this new Old Navy campaign. Still, there’s a solid love… rectangle there in the form of Kelly, Brandon, Dylan and Andrea. Andrea!
Name: Ali Marie Stepka
How would you describe your style? Grunge. I’m also into the 50′s and Mad Men style.
What was the last song you listened to? “Run for Cover” by Sugababes.
Summer is here! Well, basically.
Even though the season won’t officially change until June 20, the weather–and our work ethic–is telling us that summer is already well underway. And we couldn’t be happier.
Obviously, the first order of business whenever summer rolls around, is making sure you have your new favorite go-to swimsuit on hand. Shopping for bathing suits isn’t always easy–or fun–which is why we’ve gone ahead and done most of the heavy lifting for you.
Click through to see the top swimsuit trends this season. We guarantee you’ll find a suit that’ll suit (ha) you.
The Best Celeb Dresses and Tweets of the Golden Globes: Relive that glorious moment when Angelina stepped out on the red carpet looking beyond flawless in Versace and your jaw accidentally unhinged – and read what our favorite fashion folk had to say about it.
Karl Gets a Kitty: Meet the insanely adorable Choupette Lagerfeld, who has the same color fur/hair as her owner.
Our Guide to Spring’s Best Nail Colors: Here are the top ten nail polishes you should get your hands on – or get on your hands – when the gloves come off.
Cindy Crawford’s 10-Year-Old Daughter Models for Young Versace: Holy strong genes. Check out the supermodel’s mini-me daughter, Kaia Gerber, modeling for her first campaign for Versace’s childrenswear line.
Would You Pay $225 for a Fox Fur Merkin? Apparently, some people already have. Real Housewives of New York alum Cindy Barshop talks to us about this wacky new trend-in-the-making.
Remember last summer when Kim Kardashian decided to sue Old Navy for using a girl who supposedly looks like her in their commercials? Her argument was that by doing so, Old Navy caused confusion in the marketplace and violated her intellectual property. Kardashian feels that her reputation has been damaged and is reportedly seeking $20 million from the Gap-owned company. While the law suit was filed back in July, The Gap just responded publicly via the Hollywood Reporter, detailing the case they plan to build against Kardashian and it isn’t simple, but it is kind of hilarious.
The woes of adapting to a new season never seem to end when you’re short on savings and want everything that shows up on the runways. It’s tough to update a wardrobe without spending a ton, especially in this city. The key is prioritizing: decide what’s worth splurging on, what you’re going to skip (you don’t need to sport EVERY trend–you’ll look maniacal), and what’s trendy but not worth a large price tag. Easier said than done? Here’s a guide to some of the season’s biggest looks from easily-accessible retailers, all under $50 (with a few exceptions).