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Birthday, It’s Your Birthday – HBD, Nicole Richie!

It’s your birthday, it’s your birthday. Bad bitch contest, you in first place. You in first place, you in first place. Bad bitch contest, you in first place! Yay Nicole Richie has turned 33 today, so to celebrate the fashion designer, author, actress and television personality’s b-day I have complied her latest hair


Brow Bars Are So Clutch – Rodarte Spring 2015

Punk is clearly not dead, but it definitely has a new face this time around. Just to recap on some history, punk subculture introduced The Eyebrow Piercing as a fashion statement that has been on since the 1970s, then off, on again (I blame Fergie),


Knots and Dots at Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2015

Knots, dots, and latex reigned supreme at the Marc by Marc Jacobs spring 2015 show. An excitement of fabrics and textures including fetish gear, bandeau tops, and occult geometry on shirt-dresses. MBMJ’s BMX ninja girls rocked twisted topknots, inspired by Björk (video below). This girl-gang makes me want to rave my


Look Ma, No Makeup – Marc Jacobs Spring 2015

Bearing bare skin at New York Fashion Week is almost unheard of. However, Marc Jacobs is unceasingly ahead of the curve. His spring 2015 show featured the buff faces of several very gorgeous models, that and some seriously shaggy wigs. François Nars, Founder and Creative Director of


Delpozo Wins NYFW Spring 2015

There was no actual prize for “winning” New York Fashion Week this season, but if there were, it would surely be awarded to Josep Font, creative director of Delpozo. The luxury prêt-à-couture fashion brand delivered an outstanding collection of fairytale gowns, fantastical creations, and sculptural shapes. Referencing the


Alexander Wang Goes Sport-Tech for Spring 2015

Unusual, but true, Alexander Wang was inspired by sneakers for his spring 2015 women’s wear collection. “They’re such an infatuation of my generation. But I wanted to reinterpret and manipulate the ideas and mix them with the cutting of Madame Grès and Fortuny.” Do we