Drop Your Skirt

Drop Your Skirt

  • 0 sec agoDana Ewachow4 views
    Urban Outfitters isn’t a stranger to controversy. Whether it’s the Eat Less shirt, stealing designer’s ideas, or placing “Obama/Black” as a colour selection, Urban Outfitters knows how to stir the pot. Their newest fashion faux-pas is what looks like a blood spattered sweater. This is a pretty disturbing style for UO to go for, considering how most of their sales seem to be jumpers and hats previously worn by Johnny Depp. What a lot of folks might not know is that the sweater more controversial...
  • Sep 17, 2014 @ 10:38Jade Gareau57 views
    The worst part about summer ending? Having to wave goodbye and welcome another at London Fashion Week SS15. The best part? These 7 standout collections. 1. J.W Anderson: I Want To Play A Game From out-of-scale buttons to ridiculously oversized leather sun hats, I was pleased to see J.W Anderson lighten up his tone a bit. Everything in this show was seriously addicting- chunky avant-bland heels, rippled up-to-the-elbow gloves, nautical miniskirt suits, full-on leather dresses, patches...
  • Sep 16, 2014 @ 10:54Marija Petrovic 1 view
    Leave it to Marc Jacobs to take the normcore trend to the next level. His show at NYFW (New York Fashion Week), held yesterday, left beauty editors everywhere speechless when he unveiled his runway look. No make-up, not one drop. “Only moisturizing lotion and that’s it,” said Francois Nars, the head make-up artist for the show. When someone asked if they would blot out under-eye circles, Nars said, “No, we love the under-eye circles!” The models’ skin was left completely bare, however; they...
  • Sep 16, 2014 @ 10:51Amanda Bell-lloch248 views
    Some generations are known for their hip music, crazy hairdoes, or their anarchist ideologies; our generation will be known for giving Justin Bieber a microphone (and an ego) and the selfie T-shirt.  Yes... You read that correctly; it seems our narcissistic, technology obsessed generation lacks in poets what it lacks in humbleness. I mean, the concept of a Selfie-Shirt (created by designer Timur Kim) clearly stemmed from a cultural/societal tendency of self-absorbed 20 somethings....
  • Sep 15, 2014 @ 14:37Lux Cabatingan87 views
    I'm a firm believer that style is more than just the clothes you wear; it's how you carry it. And thanks to our image obsessed, selfie crazed world how you pose in front the camera is now an art form. From Duck Face, to Planking and Gang Signs, rocking 'Rap Squats' is a trend on the rise. While the definitive anatomy of the Rap Squat is highly contested; simply put it is a squat pose in front of a camera (or with hopes of being captured on camera) to imply you are 'Hard AF', 'Thug' or a '...
  • Sep 15, 2014 @ 11:51Ben Murphy 153 views
    New Regime is a Montreal-based clothing label established in 2009. Today they prepare to release their Fall/Winter (Autumn/Winter) collection, heading to the beautiful New York City for some rather stunning lookbook photographs featuring the City's iconic skyline and landscape. The collection covers every possible item type needed to keep warm this Autumn and Winter from Sweaters and Snapbacks to Bomber Jackets and Two-Tone Tees. They have it all. New Regime also joined forces with C.H.S.E...
  • Sep 15, 2014 @ 11:22May Goldhacker293 views
    While it seems in fashion for stars to come out with books of their own these days, here’s one that seems a bit more interesting than Kim K’s newest 'epic'. Now in the works is a book by the sometimes actress, sometimes model, sometimes designer, overall cool gal and style icon, Chloe Sevigny. Chloe has simply titled her book “Chloe Book”, and we’re stoked to see it. But let's be honest, who wouldn't be? While the book sounds “narcissistic and annoying”, as Chloe put it, the ...
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