Everything you need to know to get ahead on next season.
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Have we not learned anything at all from Kendall Jenner's Pepsi commercial?
When it comes to our seasonal cover war--in which fashion labels duke it out to see who fronted the most glossies--there's really only four or five brands that ever come into the running. Those are: Gucci, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton and Dior--or, in other words, the luxury powerhouses with massive advertising budgets. But can you guess whose budget was biggest for spring 2013?
Psst...Want a tip on improving your "Most Critically Acclaimed Shows" odds? Show in Milan. There just aren't as many shows! But in all seriousness, this was a pretty great week for Italian fashion, to say nothing of what Prada, Versace, Armani et al sent down the red carpet in Los Angeles. Check out the 10 designers and labels who got the most buzz at Milan fashion week.
Gucci really knows how to make a first impression, and what better way to do that than nabbing the cover of a magazine? How about 81 of them? It looks like Gucci's overachieving has awarded them the top spot in the seasonal cover war with more covers than any other brand from the fall 2012 collections. Click through to find out which other brands scored the most covers this season.
Last year we crunched the numbers to find out about the average Vogue cover. How old was the average cover subject? Where did they come from? What were they wearing? Who photographed them? All very important questions, indeed. So much so, that we thought they needed to be asked again.
Another wave of September and fall magazine issues have come and gone, which means that it is time to take a look back at the content from the most important month in fashion. Editors select the best and brightest (both talent and clothing) for their most important issue, but who and what actually got the most face time? Who surprised us?
It's becoming more and more clear that spring was the season of Louis Vuitton. For magazines, that is. Not only did the brand manage to grab the mos
The past few weeks of scorching temperatures have better aquainted us with what it would feel like to live on the surface of the sun, and you know wha
Somebody finally thought to give awesome couple Ice-T and Coco an awesome reality TV show, Ice Loves Coco. Coco has always had her own distinct style, which is getting a lot more exposure now that she's on TV. She's obviously a fashion lover and now she's using music to express that love. In her first single, "Shoe Freak," Coco simply lists shoe designers that she likes--in a breathy sexy voice, of course. Only a short excerpt of the single has hit the internet and in that minute she lists 16 shoe designers, including: moreJimmy Choo, Yves Saint Laurent, Giuseppe, Gucci, Christian Louboutin, Prada, Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Dior, Ferragamo, Dolce & Gabbana, Miu Miu, Brian Atwood, Sergio Rossi, Fendi, and Louis Vuitton. And that's just a minute of "Shoe Freak." Can't wait to see what the full track has in store... (Via Buzzfeed)