5 Sep
Barbie Lagerfeld rocking the world's smallest fingerless gloves

German-born, Paris-living fashion lord Karl Lagerfeld is ruling more than the Chanel label these days. He’s also taking toystore shelves to the catwalk. Mattel makes a highly limited edition Barbie dressed up like a Lagerfeld lookalike styled exactly like the fashion icon — ankle boots, slacks, tailored jacket, high-collar white shirt, black satin cravat, silver ponytail and […]


11 Apr
Artist Antonio Brasko brandalizes street cred on the cat walk

Antonio Brasko, a designer out of Portland, Oregon, has taken graffiti back to the streets where it belongs. Well, except without the streets, or the graffiti part. More accurately speaking to his concept of brandalizing, what he has done is a treatment of the effect that street art and culture has had on the fashion […]


21 May
90-seconds of pseudo vintage fashion for Galore Magazine

A short clip of model Chanel Iman frolicking away in a sort of 70s, hazily filmed fashion editorial. Shot by the always awesome Ellen von Unwerth — she of the spectacular Fräulein book — the Love Hangover video is an offshoot of the Galore magazine cover of Iman also shot by von Unwerth. There are worse […]


2 Apr
British model gets NSFW for the April 2013 Issue

A couple months back Cara Delevingne was named Model Of the Year at the prestigious British Fashion Awards, a reward for her recent skyrocket ascent into the Supermodel Halls Of Justice by posing for the likes of Mario Testino, and working ad campaigns for Chanel, Burberry, H&M and others while also landing the cover of British […]


28 Feb
More plays on luxury brands & their founders

The trend of biting luxury brands’ logos and playing off their names, founders and designers (Junya Mafia beanie, anyone?) isn’t going anywhere soon. SSUR and CLOT get their take on the concept with their Coco Made Me Do It collection, which includes a hoodie, wool beanie, tshirt and snapback hat. The look is clean, printed […]


12 Dec
Remarkable works from designers of the 20th & 21st centuries

We featured Taschen’s up-and-coming books on fashion game-changers Yohji Yamamoto and Rei Kawakubo a little while back. Now, Taschen celebrates a hundred years worth of fashion’s greatest idols — from Balenciaga and Chanel to the great McQueen and Westwood. Coming straight from the permanent collection of The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, this […]


29 Mar
Because you will never bore of beautiful topless models on boards

People will never bore of putting beautiful topless women on skateboard decks, and we will never bore of sharing them with you (as can be evidenced by the 1970s Pin-Up Girl Skateboards and Doodah “Supermodel Deck Project”). The latest series comes courtesy of New York denim brand 3×1, who’ve teamed up with British lensman Ben […]


28 Feb
Harriet Worsley scores the connection between society & fashion

The eternally elegant Coco Chanel once remarked, “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” This central idea that fashion is not merely a random assortment of trends, styles and clothes — but […]