BY Catie Colliton in Style File on Jul 22, 2010 |
Betty White just gets cooler every day. I don't think I've been this much in love with a celebrity since Orlando Bloom, circa seventh grade— except Betty is actually awesome! Not only does this "Golden Girl" have a 2011 calendar coming out (featuring her posing with sexy shirtless dudes) but also an expectedly adorable clothing line. Proceeds from both the calendar and clothing line go to the charity she is a trustee of, the Morris Animal Foundation. Check ... Read More
BY Lisa in Style File on Jul 21, 2010 |
Betty White’s been everywhere lately, and now she can be on your very own chest thanks to a new limited edition line of T-shirts and hoodies featuring the last Golden Girl standing. Don't worry, she sanctioned the use of her mug and a portion of the proceeds even go to the Morris Animal Foundation of which Ms. White is a trustee. And if you're wondering why this gal has the hoodie strings in her ears, it's cause they're machine-washable earbuds (the input ... Read More
I’m completely obsessed with female villains. In fact, when The White Witch (Tilda Swinton) slapped the little boy in the first Chronicles of Narnia movie, I actually started laughing and clapping in the theater.
But my obsession all started with the original bad ass bitches of Disney.
Let’s face it--they were so much more interesting than those stupid, singing princesses. They were also wayyy more dark and sinister than many of their male counterparts ... Read More
BY Catie Colliton in Style File on Jul 15, 2010 |
What up young entrepreneuring ladies? Just vlogging about all the new clothes you got... for free! What started as personal video blogs about what clothes high schoolers bought has turned into an easy advertising method. Teen girls have been posting what are called "haul videos" on YouTube showing the latest fashions for some time now, but stores are just starting to notice and give them benefits for what was once free advertising.
According to "Good Morning ... Read More
I recently scribbled a bit about circle contact lenses and their potential dangers, and got quite a few interesting responses. When I saw this teeny morsel of an article on the Huffington Post, I couldn’t help but bring this possibly impending trend to your attention, ladies (and gents, perhaps).
Berlin Fashion Week has just come and gone, and though I haven’t really gone hunting to see what might hit the streets of Germany in the fall, these masks ... Read More
BY Nissa in Style File on Jul 09, 2010 |
Need some new styles for summer? Sick of spending the afternoon looking for new clothes, only to find everything is overpriced and looks the same? While youtubing it today I found an awesome channel called Threadbangers dedicated to helping you get your DIY on, with clothes already in your closet! These ladies and gents teach you how to make a super cute swimsuit out of a men's shirt, a wedding dress for under ten bucks, homemade soap and home decor that costs ... Read More
Lady Gaga is supposedly to blame for the slow rise of a new trend concerning the “big eye” look she showed off in the video for ‘Bad Romance.’ While the look seems to have originated in anime and manga, it can’t be denied that The Gaga would naturally be the one to bring it to the forefront, trendsetter that she is. (I’m personally waiting for a video in which she sneezes with her eyes open and heads start exploding across ... Read More
Okay. Before I say anything at all, look at these photos.React.Many many sites, including the ol’ Huff Post are up in arms about these photos, which are slowly being released on the website SHOWstudio. (Can we go over the massive ad down the side, please? Hah!)The story: An editorial photo shoot by Nick Knight with the working title “Elegant Mechanics” for Vogue Hommes Japan with new male model Jo Calderone.The buzz: Gaga in disguise?Here are the ... Read More
One of our favorite BUST-y ladies, New York graffiti artist-turned-fashion designer Claw Money is teaming up with Vans for a sweet mini-collection of some sneaks, a tank and some socks. The main theme, as you can see to the left, is a pattern of her notorious claw symbol and some lovely leopard print fading from aqua into coral. Prices range from $8 for the socks to $70 for the hi-top sneakers with the allover print. According to Claw herself, the instructions for ... Read More
BY Catie Colliton in Style File on Jun 28, 2010 |
Fashion designer Linda Trau has put together a new line of products called ZUBA Africa, which sells handmade necklaces made by Rwandan women in need of assistance. The line of accessories is partnered with Fairwinds Trading and “uses business as a strategy for the economic empowerment of women in developing countries.”
The colorful necklaces and totes are sweet and vibrant and really reflect the meaning of the company’s ... Read More