The most "OMG, WHAT!?" looks from London Men's Fashion Week
See what Fall 2013 looks like.
by Tracey Lomrantz Lester
Yup, it's a romper. A wool one. Oh, and it's strapless! This is what fall 2013 looks like through the eyes of J.W. Anderson.
"There's something on my face? Where? I can't see a thing with this gargantuan driftwood mask covering my eyes!" This is the future of menswear, if newcomer Craig Green has his way.
What the hell! As a man these go against everything I stand for. And if I see anyone wearing these stupid looking things I will laugh until I pee!
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Neatly sidestepping high fashion, the smiling, cheerful Kate Middleton is fast becoming the Duchess of Normcore.
This December, New Yorkers might notice something missing in the Christmas air.
When Madonna posted an image of herself wearing a full on Game of Thrones Khaleesi costume on Instagram last week we weren’t exactly surprised—this is the woman who rolled into the Grammy Awards wearing a tuxedo and a grill earlier this winter, so why not celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim with a leather corset and a pair of tiny dragons? Still, we were hypnotized by her white-blonde, braided Daenerys Targaryen hair. Functioning as a bleached out cultural weather vane of sorts, it tapped into multiple obsessions at once—the return of "Game of Thrones" to HBO, spring’s new extreme hair lengths and, most notably, fashion’s current platinum mania. Our own love of ice-blonde hair—which transforms any look from everyday to extraordinary—has been well documented of late, but last night’s Game of Thrones premiere sent our platinum fever into overdrive. In celebration of fashion’s favorite hair color, a look at the best platinum moments in history.
While you were sleeping, fast retail chain H&M H&M announced that its next designer collaboration is with Alexander Wang.
Formal, beachy, country club-chic or gorgeously rustic whatever the setting calls for, we've found a bevy of beautiful dresses to wear to a wedding this season.
Puffy, tired, weary no more. These tips take years off and create that "I slept great, thanks!" effect.