Rich Ladies with Expensive Handbags Are the Latest Instagram Stars
How a bunch of little-known, well-off women (and a couple guys) are taking over social media with their fancy handbags and six-figure watches. I like to call them the "Real Housewives of Instagram."
What I Wore to Try Out for The Bachelor
The other Monday night, I was watching The Bachelorette and Google image searching my favorite Des-hubby-hopeful Brooks (so dreamy) when I came across something wonderful: The Bachelor was hosting an open call in New York! No question about it, I was going. But first, I had to find something to wear.
Decades's Cameron Silver on Which Designers to Invest in Now, and How Chinese Shoppers are Changing Vintage
Is there a better chronicler of fashion history and all-around-beloved fashion personality than Cameron Silver? As the new star of Bravo’s Dukes of Melrose, Silver, the man most credited with making it cool to wear old clothes and co-owner of Los Angeles vintage emporium Decades, now has the adulation of a nationwide and global audience. At a Vidal Sassoon Pro Series event last week, Silver exhibited his usual charm as we talked about vintage history, how more informed consumers have affected his business, and which modern designers he sees as having vintage appeal.
Dear AP, What Does 'Lesbian Couture' Mean Exactly?
We thought it was interesting and exciting and newsworthy when Karl Lagerfeld closed today's Chanel couture show with two brides holding hands, symbolically showing his support of marriage equality in France. The AP nabbed the story first, but they used some strange language to report it. We're talking specifically about the phrase "lesbian couture."
How to Fete Without the Fat: A Consumer's Guide to Fashion Party Foods
Ah, fashion party food. Anyone who's ever been to a fashion event, or any fancy holiday party for that matter, knows what we're talking about here: The bounds of teensy-tiny, too-adorable-to-not-consume h'ors doeuvres that always seem to be hovering just an arm's length away. Maybe you came right from work and haven't had time to eat a proper dinner. Maybe that model-slash-cater waiter carrying the deviled quail eggs has been giving you the eyes since you first walked in (or... hasn't he?). Whatever the reason, there you are. There they are. You have one choice: To eat, or not to eat. So what'll it be?
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Single All the Way? Expert Fashion Tips For Online Dating
Aside from having one less person to buy a present for, it's hard being single during the holidays. There's the awkward nagging smalltalk from relatives at family parties, the endless commercials involving fireside proposals, the falling on the ice skating rink with no one to help you up as you lie there freezing cold and motionless just waiting, hoping... ...We've been there. We are there. ' That's why we've enlisted the help of three online dating experts—yes, that's a thing in these modern times—to guide us towards Mr. Right by way of sartorial success:
Is Kanye West Dressing Kim Kardashian Like Vogue Australia Editor Christine Centenera?
Has the mystery of Kim Kardashian's newly-sleek (and kind of ill-fitting) wardrobe been solved? Click through for side-by-side comparisons of Kim and Christine and decide for yourself.
Gross: Gun Manufacturer Launches Ill-Timed 'Louis Vuitton' Grip Handgun (Updated)
Are you a gun enthusiast with a passion for fashion (and the ability to ignore a national tragedy)? Well then, a company called Machine Guns Vegas ha
What To Wear to the Wedding: We Ask the Experts to Help us Decode Dress Codes
Who doesn't love a summertime wedding? The food, the booze, the overall merriment that goes with celebrating holy matrimony... But the dress codes that come along with all those summer wedding invitations aren't always so clear. 'Black Tie Optional'? Isn't masculine neckwear technically always an option? And 'Informal'--does that mean your go-to skinny-jeans-and-blazer combo is ok? Well, not exactly. On our quest to decode these oft-mystifying wedding dress codes, we spoke to three experts in the field of bridal etiquette: Rachel Leonard, the Fashion Director at Brides magazine; Kate Berry, the Style Director at Martha Stewart Weddings; and Sharon Naylor, the author of over 35 wedding books, including The Essential Guide to Wedding Etiquette and The Bride's Diplomacy Guide. Their helpful advice covers everything from proper accessories to appropriate hairstyles, and the ultimate wedding don'ts. Let's face it: No one wants to look out of place at an event, particularly when said event will result in photographs that will potentially be decking people's walls and Facebooks for generations and Timelines to come. Follow our expert guide to decoding wedding dress codes and you'll be perfectly wedding-guest dressed in no time, flat.