Back in 2009, Lacoste teamed up with the Campana Brothers—Humberto and Fernando Campana, famous furniture designers in their native Brazil—to create a capsule collection of the brand's iconic polo shirts featuring modified logos.Here's what ensued: basically one of the coolest collaborations ever. check out two of the amazing pieces the Campanas created with Lacoste—and yes, that, on the right, is a polo shirt made entirely out of Lacoste crocodiles.Fast forward three years and Lacoste x...Read Full Story
(Courtesy Harper's Bazaar)One month—two Taylor Swift Hearst covers! Not only is the omnipresent crossover country star featured on the cover of the December Cosmopolitan, she's also gracing the cover of the December/January issue of Harper's Bazaar—out November 27th. Inside the issue she dishes on fashion and relationships. Check out a few choice bits, right here:On dresses: "I'm in a predicament where I can't wear a dress twice or else it's pointed out in magazines. So unfortunately, I have...Read Full Story
Check out the 2012 winner of VMan and Ford Model's annual male model search—Mr. Joseph Dolce, a native of Oceanside, New York."Being a model allows me to show my artistic side," Dolce told VMan. "I get to step out of my comfort zone and broaden my horizons."As for his personal style? "I really love the James Dean vibe," he said. "I was born and raised in Long Island, so I grew up on pinky rings and gel."Check out this VMan video, below, where Dolce takes us around his Long Island neighborhood.Read Full Story
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Christa B. Allen is really winning us (and our inner girly-girl) over this season on Revenge. If you're as smitten as we are with her retro-inspired dress, check out ASOS' "Dolly Skater Dress With Floral Print and Embroidery."
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90210's AnnaLynne McCord definitely isn't afraid to mix things up with a bold look, so this God Save LA "Antique Printed Top" was a natural choice. Embrace your own fearless fashionista with the $38 tee.
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JaymaMays has one of the most distinctive looks on TV. Case in point, even when she's cooking she stays true to her character's sweet style. Get cooking with Anthropologie's "Tea-and-Crumpets Apron."
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No longer do you need a fake Pinterest account to plan your future wedding—even though you're, uh, single—or to keep your borderline-creepy obsession with Justin Bieber a secret. (Hey, at least he's 18 now!) Pinterest has just launched secret boards! The social media site posted the following announcement on its blog yesterday:
The holidays are a time for being with family, sharing great meals, and, of course, surprising your favorite people with a special gift. That’s why we thought the...Read Full Story
(From Solange Knowles' 'Losing You' video)"I could use that money to help with the war that is happening in the East," Papa Griffes, a self-proclaimed Sapeur—a member of Les Sapeurs, a group of men in the Congo who dress as dandies—told CNN, "but [they're] so expensive it might hurt people's feelings."In the Congo, the second-largest country in Africa with the lowest nominal GDP per capita in the world, making its citizens among the poorest on earth, a group of men—dedicated followers of...Read Full Story
This has got to be one of the cutest collaborations we've seen in a long time—fancy French fashion house Carven has teamed up with fancy French casualwear company Petit Bateau (they makes those amaaaazing super-soft baby T-shirts for, um, babies—and grown-ups too!). Together, the brands have created a capsule collection of super-sweet dresses, separates, and accessories—including this adorable dickey (above, left). The Carven x Petit Bateau collection features pieces for grown-ups and for...Read Full Story
If you're an Alexander McQueen fan, you'll love this just-released sneak peek behind-the-scenes film shot at the Alexander McQueen spring 2013 show. "The collection is a study of femininity," said McQueen Creative Director Sarah Burton. "We looked at erotica. Vargas girls, cages, corsets, and crinolines and the idealization of the female form. Nothing is set in a particular period. It's about sensuality and skin but not nudity. We also wanted to express lightness, for the clothes almost to...Read Full Story