Too. Much. Cute.
Too. Much. Cute.
Bridesmaids Dresses You’ll Want to Wear Again and Again: Thank god for this trend of brides letting their bridesmaids choose their own dresses. Seriously. Here are some dress options you’ll be dying to wear even after your friends’ “I dos.”
Anna Wintour Tweets for Marriage Equality: A longtime proponent of marriage equality, the Vogue EIC couldn’t help but express her joy about the Supreme Court’s overturning of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in her first-ever tweet.
Don’t Waste Your Summer Indoors Hiding From a Bad Tan Line. From razor burns to bug bites, we’ve got all the tips and tricks to treating and covering up your summer beauty disasters.
Remember Thylane Blondeau, the unsettlingly beyond-her-years gorgeous French child model whose Paris Vogue shoot got everyone outraged back in 2011? Well, she’s back in the Internet’s spotlight–sort of, anyway. This time her name is Quinoa, and she, along with other exceptionally fashionable, styled-like-adults children, are the face of Tiffany Beveridge’s popular Pinterest board: My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter.
When Carine Roitfeld left French Vogue, rumors circulated that one racy fashion editorial in particular was the reason for her firing. It featured children, like the now-infamous Thylane Blondeau, dressed provocatively in adult clothing and makeup, posing suggestively. It was a little creepy, as was much of Vogue Enfants.
So it’s no surprise to find that, like the rest of the magazine under new EIC Emmanuelle Alt, Vogue Paris’ children’s editorials have gotten a little more tame–which is definitely a good thing.
A tipster noticed this photograph of an incredibly stylish young girl had been posted on The Sartorialist this past Saturday, but that it’s since been deleted. She writes, This gem showed up in my Google Reader from over the weekend, he has obviously since deleted because of the neg comments, but what a creeper. You Read more →
Oh man, we really, really hope we can stop writing about “sexy” children soon.
The Daily Mail reports that on a recent episode of Toddlers & Tiaras a four-year-old contestant sported prosthetic boobs and a padded butt, which she promptly wiggled and shimmied on stage for a Dolly Parton routine. Interestingly enough, the costume was inherited by her mother, who also wore it when she was a toddler and competed in beauty pageants.
Here’s a new development in the neverending saga that is France’s apparent disregard for age-appropriateness (or our extreme prudishness and over-sensitivity–depending on your persective): a new line of “loungerie” (that’s lingerie plus loungewear) for girls aged three months and up has just been brought to our attention. It’s called Jours Après Lunes, and it bills itself as “the first designer brand dedicated to ‘loungerie’ for children and teenagers, comprised of loungewear and lingerie to be worn over and under, inside and outside.”