Worldwide pop princess Charli XCX is dropping a new mixtape this week entitled Number 1 Angel, a long-awaited follow-up to her effervescent last single, “Vroom Vroom.” As Stereogum points out, one of the new tracks is an irresistible little number called “Lip Gloss” that’s already lodged in my head—MMHMM! I KEEP IT…
WWD reports that Riccardo Tisci—the beloved Italian designer whose intricate, gorgeously sexy and oft-copied designs made him a favorite with the likes of Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian—has left the French design house, to the chagrin of sheer red carpet gowns everywhere.
Two of them, actually. Today on the red carpet for Cannes’ opening gala, Julianne Moore hit the ground running in this phenomenal sequined double-cobra gown, which is both daring and adventurous and looks a lot like the type of thing a 1980s pre-teen bad boy would want painted on his BMX bike (or, later, his Trans…
ANOHNI, an artist, activist and the singer of Antony and the Johnsons, has released a spectacular new single titled “Drone Bomb Me,” accompanied by a video of Naomi Campbell crying the best tears you might ever see.
Well, shit, it’s not like the bar is very high for high-end designer collaborations with sneaker companies—not everyone can be Raf Simons, ugh—but this shin guard of a Nike Dunk by Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci brings to mind the very important question: what is Riccardo Tisci smoking?
On Tuesday, in an interview live-streamed from London, Kanye West answered questions from “friends, celebrities and fans worldwide.” The rapper-cum-designer talked about everything from his fashion line, to why music isn’t as exciting anymore, to his take on racism (we’ll all be black in 1,000 years, or something).
Givenchy’s first-ever show during New York Fashion Week was meant to mark its new Manhattan flagship store, and in the spirit of giving they raffled off tickets on their website to commoners with trigger internet-fingers. But the scene was anything but normal: with an hourlong performance art intro directed by Marina…
Can you hear that high-pitched squealing in the distance, seeping into your earholes at the quiet, desperate decibel of a rubber balloon slowly bloodletting molecules of helium? That is your psychic vision of the thirst that will accompany invites to the Givenchy runway show when it relocates from Paris to New York…
The Givenchy spring 2014 collection, presented during Paris Fashion week yesterday, is a little all over the map. In fact, Lauren Cochrane at the Guardian calls it "streetwear for global elegance."
French Vogue editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld's shock announcement that she's leaving the magazine has spurred one juicy rumor: that she was fired. As the story goes, luxury brands were threatening to pull their advertising, and so Roitfeld was pushed out.
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.
What makes a successful model? By what process is it decided that Coco Rocha will walk in 55 shows and grace the cover of Vogue Italia, while so many peers languish in models' apartments arguing about who used whose shampoo?
Couture week, that four-day period when editors descend on Paris to venerate the fiction that enough people still buy $80,000 dresses to justify the expense and bother and fabulousness of the proceedings, is over. How'd everyone do?