One Direction Fans Go H.A.M. on GQ, Eva Chen Puts Blake Lively on First Lucky Cover, and Granny Panties Make a Comeback
Comic Heroes Come to Life: We take a look at the most talented folks in the cosplay game, a.k.a. Comic Con's equivalent of street-style stars. And they have their own versions of sex symbols. Enraged Directioners Might Be the New Swifties: Rabid One Direction fans mistakenly attacked American GQ Magazine on Twitter, angry over British GQ's cover story. GQ responded in the most hilarious ways ever. Steal the Style of a Woody Allen Heroine: Dying to copy Annie Hall's casual menswear perfection or Tracy from Manhattan's sophisticated schoolgirl? We'll show you how. Granny Panties Are Back: You heard us. Dig the big underwear out from the back of your drawer, and kiss those thong-induced perma-wedgies goodbye.
Style Advice I Learned from My Father
Dads. They get some pretty funny ideas about style. Like that wearing Hawaiian shirts is acceptable year-round. Or that socks with sandals is a totally cool look. But, though they may not be the most obvious style icons in our life, they've certainly passed down their own brand of sartorial wisdom--for better or worse. So, in honor of Father's Day, we asked our favorite fashion and celebrity friends--from Leandra Medine and Olivia Palermo to Wyclef Jean and Richard Chai--to share the most memorable style advice they ever got from their dad.
How to Avoid a Fashion Week Meltdown
We're approaching the home stretch of New York Fashion Week, which means many of our attitudes have shifted from excited and energetic to when-will-this-be-over? So, we asked some of fashion's busiest bees to tell us what they do to stay sane (and no we don't mean pharmaceuticals--though those certainly aren't off-limits). From Jenna Lyons' many coats, to BryanBoy's cathartic Instagramming, click through for their (and our) tips and tricks!