Start the week off with style...
Comme des Garçons joins forces with Converse on a limited edition line of Chuck Taylors and semi-controversy ensues, notes Luxist. Are the lace-up kicks by the famously daring Japanese fashion label really any different from the Chucks you’ve seen a million times before?
Seven Academy of Art MFA fashion design students are hard at work gearing up for their Sept. 12 show during New York Fashion Week. Despite the fact that it’s undoubtedly the most important show of their young fashion careers, these students are surprisingly unflustered, Fashion School Daily reports.
The Sartorialist asks what we think about the much-talked-about “normal” model and her accompanying belly-paunch gracing the pages of Glamour. You can peep the original article here.
The Cut has the scoop on the latest drama from Project Runway’s Chris March, who’s suing Theirry Mugler over non-payment for glitzy costumes he says he created for Beyonce’s I AM tour.
SF Recess takes a behind-the-scenes look at Mission gallery and shop fabric8.
SF Luxe reveals what happens when the Real Housewives hit Waterbar.
Fashion blogger and master mix maker Agent Lover reminds of the old axiom, never trust a big butt and a smile with her addictive New Jack Summer free downloadable mix.
We’ll try anything once, including Glamour’s 5 Date-worthy Hairstyles in 20 Minutes or Less.
Jezebel wants to hear your biggest fashion regrets. One of ours: Hypercolor shorts. Trust us when we tell you that heat-sensing shorts are not a good idea.
In a rare interview with a fashion designer that has nothing to do with fashion, Vanity Fair’s Rebecca Guinness speaks to L.A. designer and vintage maven Katy Rodriguez about, well, basically nothing except food and the Lakers.