Get ready to cringe: Paul Frank hosted a Native American culture-themed "Dream Catchin" party for last week's Fashion's Night Out that makes Urban Outfitters' Navajo Hipster panty fiasco look like a United Nations peace treaty.
Last night was Fashion's Night Out in New York City, which means there were huge crowds of people in stores they could go to any other night of the year and random celebrities doing random things. Sarah Jessica Parker signed Manolos. Lea Michele autographed T-shirts at Saks. Justin Bieber was at D&G and said he was…
For a third year, retailers in New York City and across the country put together after-hours events to boost the industry with celebrities stepping out to support the cause.Nicole Miller, the Olsen twins, and Charlotte Ronson all showed up for the JCPenney "Miss for a Must" (whatever that means) event, and all I…
American Apparel held an open model call at a New York store last night. I went along with videographer Woodrow Jang to ask the hopefuls what they felt qualified them to model thong leotards. And whether they'd sleep with Dov.
You know how Hieronymus Bosch portrayed hell? Okay, picture that, add the Olsen Twins and three dudes in a box dressed as Ken dolls, and you have a good idea of last night's Fashion's Night Out karaoke at Barneys.
Anna Wintour will tell you, Fashion's Night Out tonight isn't about sales. Or about trying to catch a glimpse of an Olsen, or even mini-manicures or astrological readings. You know the score: it's all about getting sozzled on Fashion's dime.
On both sides of the pond, Fashion's Night Out has kicked off — and things will never be the same. (Okay, that last part was a lie. But there were a lot of celebrities in designer clothes.)
- Christy Turlington says, "There's nothing rewarding about modeling. It was a fun opportunity that allowed me to see the world but spiritually and intellectually there is nothing rewarding about the profession at all."