Saturday, September 26, 2009

Who's Haute Stuff? Heavy Metal Edition


# 1 Mischa Barton
# 2 Fergie
# 3 Taylor Momsen
# 4 Rachel Bilson

Who's Haute Stuff? Animal Style Edition


I Need Your Vote!!!

Emmys Trend: The Right to Bare Arm


here were baby bumps and plunging necklines on the Emmys red carpet, but only one real question. To bare or not to bare (a shoulder)?

Stars showing off their left clavicles included Patricia Arquette, Hayden Panettiere in a poppy-hued J. Mendel, Chloƫ Sevigny in a shower-curtain inspired silhouette and Kim Kardashian.

Kim's Ina Soltani silk gown had to be sewn back on backstage after she tweeted about a popped zipper. It seems as if more than just her shoulder was trying to break free.

In the right clavicle camp were Debra Messing in a red (the one big color trend of the night) column gown by Michael Kors, Olivia Wilde, Mary-Louise Parker and Lindsay Price.

The final tally? Left Wingers? Four. Right Wingers? Four.

Guess no team takes home this one.

Who's Haute Stuff? Mullet Dress Edition

Monday, September 21, 2009

The Gwen Stefani collection at New York fashion week


Gwen Stefani launched her first LAMB collection in 2004, and a cheaper line, Harajuku Lovers, a year later

Marc by Marc Jacobs and Vera Wang at New York fashion week


The collection screamed 'fun', with bold and bright patterns ranging from checks to stripes to polka dots. The models looked like Christmas presents, all topped off with a bright bow

Sunday, September 20, 2009

SPRING 2010 | PETROU/MAN




Styled by Dazed & Confused fashion editor Robbie Spencer, Nicolas Petrou presented his spring 2010 collection during New York Fashion Week. Inspired by an illustration Sirichai completed for Geoffrey Beene during the spring 2001 season, Petrou blended the comfort of sportswear with the attractiveness of modern menswear. The result is a deconstructed mix of patterns, mesh and sequins that look best when presented on Petrou’s reinterpretation of the classic jacket.
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