Plus, what the future holds for modern luxury brand Kit and Ace.
And by football, we mean soccer.
If there's one thing that can convince me to sit through eight and a half hours of football, it's the promise of seeing David Beckham's bod #uncovered.
Just in time for football season--which kicks off Thursday night in Denver (though we're sure you've had your phone alarm set since the Super Bowl, right?), CoverGirl will be offering up custom-curated bundles of the brand's Nail Gloss polish based on your favorite team's logo.
And now, a very special Valentine's Day edition of Love, the L Train, and What I Wore... The only thing worse than playing third wheel to your roommate's recently rekindled relationship on a Saturday night? Staying home alone and repainting your two-square-foot size bathroom while listening to Taylor Swift--occasionally pausing briefly to google Jake Gyllenhaal's favorite Brooklyn coffee shops as you whimper softly to yourself--after the guy you had a major middle-school-crush on texts you saying he's seeing someone else.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is back--but it's got nothing to do with the current presidential race or another 30 Rock cameo (we know.
Now here's a collaboration we didn't see coming: Marchesa's Georgina Chapman is designing a limited edition shirt for...the NFL, WWD is reporting. Say what? The shirt will debut during the NFL’s two weeks of kickoff festivities in New York around September 5. There's no word yet on how it will be priced--or what it will look like--however it will be interesting, to say the least, to see how the ultimate girlie-girl designer will translate her feminine, over-the-top aesthetic for the football crowd. The collaboration isn't the only way the NFL is upping it's fashion cred, either
Today, Nike unveiled 32 new team uniforms for the 2012 NFL season. We were quite impressed with the Seattle Seahawks' fashion-forward jerseys: navy