Cathy Horyn writes a moving tribute about her friend and recently deceased designer L'Wren Scott, which includes the tidbit that she was planning on closing her label soon, with an announcement this week.
New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn resigned Friday, mere days before New York Fashion Week begins. WHAT?! The fashion world has been rocked to its very core.
Well, this is strange. Lady Gaga performed during the Mugler show in Paris. Okay, that's not so strange, but this is: she rapped. Stranger still: she rapped in the persona of a man, with her voice distorted to sound male. And what did Lady Gaga rap about, you ask? Why, she took this opportunity to exhort an…
Need a $1200 Lanvin dress for your preschooler? How about a $375 Burberry trench coat for your first-grader? Today in class-rage hate-reads, the Times looks at the phenomenon of designer children's wear. Blah blah blah journalistic ass-covering about how this is trend is "growing" goes here, numbers figures numbers…
Lady Gaga used her latest V column to praise 15-year-old blogger/freelance writer/high school student Tavi Gevinson, and shit-talk New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn. (Horyn once wrote a blog post expressing mild dislike of a Versace dress the Lady wore.) "Why have we decided that one person's opinion matters…
Lara Stone is a successful model and we basically love seeing her everywhere. But what we don't love is seeing all the girls who look like Lara, kinda-sorta, that the modeling industry is now promoting to ubiquity. This must stop.
- Precocious-in-the-bad-way tween "designer" Cecilia Cassini, who sells $500 dresses, says she took "like, three" sewing classes, but quit because her teacher was "like, rude." We have a feeling one day soon Cassini will be horribly embarrassed of all this.
- Paulina Porizkova on America's Next Top Model: "The one guarantee that you will never make it as a model is to go on that show." Which is both honest and interesting, since she used to judge "that show." [NYPost]