Remember when Old Navy put a Kim Kardashian look-a-like in one of their commercials and the reality TV star countered with a lawsuit? Well that’s finally been settled. Because apparently Kim can’t have an impersonator out there who isn’t a drag queen.
Since he was recorded making anti-Semitic remarks at a Parisian cafe in 2011, former head designer of Dior, John Galliano, has had his fair share of bad mojo. After being fired from Dior, publicly shamed, and stripped of his Legion of Honor Award, reports are stating that the former designer is suing his former label to the tune of 15 million pounds.
Eight years after being arrested for stealing merchandise from high end retailer Bergdorf Goodman, 36-year old Erica Wang was arrested for stealing $52,000 worth of Ralph Lauren merchandise over the course of six months.
Lilo, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Casey Anthony. Court has been on the mind as of late, and not always in the most glamorous of ways. Not to worry, fashionistas! Donna Karan is here to soothe your high-heel-induced migraines (ahem, Michelle Bachman) and your sense of propriety with these amazing new images from her Fall/Winter 2011 campaign.
Shop owners Lisa Fuller and Nicole Tondre do more than simply run their deeply designed Soho boutique, they’ve also created some of the top merchandise in it. These women have put their knowledge of fit and sales further into business and designed their own line of jeans. With a slew of varying washes, ankle-lines and a touch of stretch, these jeans are about to get seriously courted.
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If you saw Boutique Critique yesterday, this dress probably looks familiar to you. I’m wearing it again because its versatility begs to be worn on a recurring basic. Court founders and co-owners by Nicole Tondre and Lisa Fuller have a deft hand for clothing that makes sense, and it makes shopping the store a pleasure. These are the kinds of clothes you can really take your time with in the dressing room, and then spend years discovering their full capacity.
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There are infinite ways to wind up in Court, but you’ve got to be pretty smart to get out of there guilt-free. Thankfully store owners Lisa and Nicole have stocked the store with highly logical pieces. Including this multi-funktional five-way “skirt”, and a dress I bought from them a while back by Something Else that zips everywhere. Court is brimming with gems like these.
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This Court room is a treasure trove of layers. Especially with the majority of pieces being shades of black and white, the garments are merchandised to live with one another, complementing and interchanging. I clothe myself by the philosophy of layering, so to have selected a dress, a single solitary layer of clothing for Look Two, you know this dress must be super fascinating.
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