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BACKSTAGE / September 21 2010 2:36 AM

Karen Walker Spring 2011

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You can always count on Karen Walker to give a good consistent show at NYFW. Jewls and I first discovered her designs about five years ago at Hejfina, an AMAZING boutique that unfortunately closed in Chicago. Karen’s pieces are bright and easy and truly speak for themselves. Around 2007, she…

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BACKSTAGE / June 2 2010 10:47 AM

Kernels of Dish (Wednesday) partner

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Kernels of Dish (Wednesday) partnerStyle.com couldn’t resist competing with Vanity Fair by featuring the soccer hotties. It’s so Sex and the City 2 of them. ?- STYLE.COM

Kernels of Dish (Wednesday) partnerCharlie Sheen is opting for jail as opposed to a 2 year probation. Gotta love a guy who knows that there is no way on Earth he is staying clean and sober for that long. - TMZ

Kernels of Dish (Wednesday) partnerWho would want to face off with Steve Wynn and Joe Francis? They look insane. - TMZ

I love Diana Agron from Glee. She has been completely underused this season…until last night. – DAILY BEAST

Kernels of Dish (Wednesday) partnerYes, I know, he won an Oscar Schmoscar…but I find Adrien Brody really annoying. – COOL SPOTTERS

Kernels of Dish (Wednesday) partnerJust wanted to share these images of Claudia Schiffer shot by Karl Lagerfeld. - SASSY BELLA

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FASHION FAIL, THE BURNBOOK / March 16 2010 8:05 AM

Style.com Keeps It Classy With Shots of BryanBoy’s Big Gay NYC Adventure

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Style.com Keeps It Classy With Shots of BryanBoys Big Gay NYC Adventure

Style.com’s Tweet Chic has decided to feature the questionable journalism of barely blogger Bryan Boy, a series of shots of his latest New York “hook-up” undressing at Darkroom. I love that Conde Nast is no longer concerned with actual editorial (or class for that matter) anymore. It makes my job a hell of a lot easier. We’ve got the full series of BryanBoy’s wannabe underwear model in his tightie whities after the jump. Isn’t it great that this is what Vogue considers the “future of fashion”?

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GIRLS / February 24 2010 4:39 PM

QUOTABLE: Hedi Slimane on the Death of Print

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QUOTABLE: Hedi Slimane on the Death of Print When Style.com’s Dirk Standen asked photographer Hedi Slimane “Can you envision a day when digital media will replace magazines?” this is what he had to say:


I totally do, and I don’t see it as a bad thing. You don’t fight but embrace a natural evolution, really, and try to figure out how it would reveal new creative fields within global access, and multimedia features.

The Web site magazine will come way before the print version in the next decade. I don’t see any way around it, really. With the rise of the Internet, fashion did become part of the global entertainment industry in the last ten years, and will follow the digital evolution of the music or film industry.

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Uncategorized / February 24 2010 1:10 AM

INTERVIEW: Hedi Slimane; Designer, Digital Diva

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INTERVIEW: Hedi Slimane; Designer, Digital Diva
Style.com talks to Hedi Slimane (by e-mail – he insisted) as part of its Future of Fashion series!  It’s Slimane’s first interview in a couple of years.

Can you envision a day when digital media will replace magazines?

I totally do, and I don’t see it as a bad thing. You don’t fight but embrace a natural evolution, really, and try to figure out how it would reveal new creative fields within global access, and multimedia features.

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GIRLS, Mens / February 11 2010 6:41 PM

Alexander McQueen’s Death Not Surprise to Some

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Alexander McQueens Death Not Surprise to Some

Most of us were in complete awe when the news came of McQueen’s sudden death, yet some were not as taken by it. Tim Blanks, a critic for Style.com, stated “I was thunderstruck by the news, and then not,” probably because McQueen did not hide his abuse with alcohol, drugs, and sex.

Lee Alexander McQueen was found in his home this morning, he ended his own life days after the death of his mother on Feb. 2 and the day before her funeral.

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THE BURNBOOK / October 5 2009 1:47 PM

QUOTE: Everyone Hates Lindsay Lohan’s Ungaro “Tacky Tasteless Hollywood Crap”

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Terrible or not (okay, terrible), everyone seems to hate Lindsay Lohan and Ungaro. Good thing it was just for publicity? Here’s what the big guns had to say about it:

1.) The Washington Post: “The collection was dominated by fuchsia. It included safety-orange ruched leggings, heart prints, genie pants and heart-shaped glittering pasties. It lacked finesse, sophistication, technical skill and any evidence of good taste. Everyone involved seemed in over their head — swept up in a giant publicity-spewing machine.”

2.) WSJ: “it was hard to imagine that Ms. Lohan and Archs could concoct a collection that is as cringe-worthy as this. Some models appeared on the runway with glittering heart-shaped pasties on their nipples, worn under blazers. Others wore the pasties on their foreheads. Highlights included hot pink streetwalker dresses, an unending hearts motif, and a skintight white mini dress so short that the model’s cheeks hung below the hemline.”

3.) Style.com: “This quickly devolved into a bad joke of a fashion show, one with questionable color combinations, “bad eighties” draped silk jackets and drop-crotch pants, old-fashioned and ill-judged fur stoles, and, yes, tasteless sequin pasties. To top it off, the fabrics and the construction lacked the finesse you expect from a famous Avenue Montaigne brand.”

4.) WWD: “As for the clothes, they looked cheesy and dated … Hot pink, orange and flashy, with an overworked heart motif relentless in its execution, the collection displayed none of the promised younger side Lohan was supposed to deliver. Nor in a million years would one guess that the lineup was designed by one young woman and “creative directed” by another. Glitter heart pasties all around, ladies?

5.) The New York Times: “Ms. Lohan’s arrival at a 45-year-old Paris house known for $1,500 dresses and a tradition of couture craftsmanship is entirely different, something akin to a McDonald’s fry cook taking the reins of a three-star Michelin restaurant.”

LOL.

LINK LOVE: Racked

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