While it may be unclear if they were having a blast at the time of these photographs, we can surmise with relative certainty that Charli XCX and Tori Amos, pop stars on opposite poles, are at least enjoying their outfits. We certainly are.
For their fall 2015 couture show, Viktor & Rolf—who recently announced they’ve quit the ready-to-wear business in order to focus entirely on couture—put models in an increasingly elaborate series of deconstructed artwork, frames and all.
After the epic, symbolism-laden video for "Bad Romance," it would be a vast understatement to say that fans were excited for Lady Gaga's next clip — "Telephone," featuring Beyoncé. Anticipation was high. But the video? Ugh, where do we begin?
Viktor & Rolf's Spring 2010 collection, which headed down the runway at Paris Fashion Week this morning, was filled with amazing, ruffle-heavy dresses that looked a bit like 80s Barbie gowns with an Edward Scissorhands touch.
"Do women who look at these ads think they'll look like her if they wear these clothes... what there is of them?" asked Andy Rooney on last night's 60 Minutes. Good question! Armed with a stack of women's magazines marked with Post-Its (September 2007 Vogue, November 2007 Harper's Bazaar) the legendary grump …