Three words, crew: shoulder. pad. lingerie. [InventorSpot]
Admit it, crew: at some point over the past 10 years, you wore something truly heinous. It was often a rough decade for fashion, and we all have the hilarious pictures to prove it. So why not send them in?
As Parsons professor and fashion historian Beth Dincuff Charleston tells the Wall Street Journal, "It's a gutsy move to wear ugly clothes." For some women, wearing clothes that invite insults and laughter is well worth the mockery.
According to Booth Moore of the LA Times, there are a few Fashion Week trends that will make it from the runway to the real world; namely stripes, shorts, prints, and yes, even wearing "Spanx as outerwear."
The number one trending topic on Twitter at the moment is #whostillwears, a hashtag devoted to mocking once-hot styles that have fallen out of fashion, such as Crocs, Uggs, and "white socks with black shoes if you're not Michael Jackson."
Perhaps Lindsay Lohan won't lose her phone again if she keeps it locked to a pair of these chained leggings. The rest of us might not be able to pull of Jacob Marley chic just yet. [Trendhunter]
Are you ready to have all of your fashion dreams come true? Well buckle up, Buttercup, because the folks at Inventor Spot have brought the CapSac, a fanny pack/hat combo, into our lives, and we will never be the same.
I will admit to having no fashion sense whatsoever. Whenever I watch an episode of "What Not To Wear," I find myself saying, "Oh, no. She dresses exactly like I do," about the fashion-challenged nominees.
Nelly Furtado is so very proud of her (self-purported) stylish ways, that she opened up her fashion scrapbook to share her 10 fave looks of the past year with People.com. Sounds innocent enough, we know — but the exercise all but burned our retinas from the trauma of it all. So to work through our issues, we've…
In an advance look at an upcoming interview with June cover girl Sarah Jessica Parker, Glamour magazine has released images of SJP in her bargain-bin Bitten line of apparel, and illustrates just how earnest the actress can be when stripped of her beloved Blahniks:
There's a reasonably obscure, but usually lethal disease called Necrotizing Fasciitis, which once it gets into your body, basically eats you alive.
Who doesn't love Christina Aguilera?
Christina Applegate can do very little wrong in our opinion. We loved her as Kelly Bundy, we loved her in Anchorman and we'll even forgive her that Jessica Simpson video appearance. She's down-to-earth, she's cute as a button and she doesn't give a toss about her weight. Marvellous stuff.