Louis Vuitton Had the Most Stacked Front Row of Fashion Month
We're talking Janet Jackson, Ana de Armas, Cynthia Erivo, Gemma Chan, Emma Chamberlain...
Hey, Quick Question: Why Are Male Celebs All Getting Into Nail Care Lately?
Machine Gun Kelly and Harry Styles both entered the beauty space with their own nail polish. So: Why nails, and why now?
Diesel’s Spring Campaign Has Joe Jonas, Emojis and an Androgynous New Face
The denim brand went full Internet this season.
Gigi Hadid Directed a Music Video For Joe Jonas's Band
In which the Fat Jew applies sunscreen slowly to his upper thighs.
Former Boy Band Members Gave the Ladies a Sartorial Run for Their Money This Week
Zayn Malik and Joe Jonas made our best dressed list this week.
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What We Saw at New York Fashion Week, Day Seven
You guys--she's back. Paris Hilton hit the shows today to check out the Jeremy Scott runway, along with the Jonas brothers and Nicki Minaj. But we saw plenty of other exciting things at day seven of New York Fashion Week. Check 'em out here:
Chloe Sevigny, Joe Jonas, Andrej Pejic and More Turn Out to Support Jeffrey Fashion Cares
It’s that lovely time of the year again when a boatload (literally) of assorted well-heeled celebs, models, designers and scenesters get together to
Jeremy Scott Fall 2012: For the Lisa Frank/Bart Simpson Generation
Jeremy Scott's shows ocassionally draw the odd celebrity and this season's was perhaps the oddest. Calvin Klein staple Joe Jonas was there (we've also seen at Simon Spurr and the Miu Miu party this week) in the front row alongside the likes of The Misshapes, Cory Kennedy and Sky Ferreira. However, Jonas was probably more able to relate to Scott's fall collection than you'd expect, as many of the prints and accoutrements featured icons from his own childhood. We're about the same age and there are few things I nostalgically recall more frequently than Lisa Frank (okay, I'm also a girl). And guess what covered one of Scott's colorful corsets? Lisa Frank stickers! It was a hodgepodge of '90s references, as Scott's collections often are, from Lisa Frank to Rainbow Brite to The Simpsons (Bart's head was a print on a few pieces) to video games to AIM emoticons. A very different, and more childish '90s inspiration compared to the grungy, post-punk outings we've seen from more conventional designers.