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11.05.14 Jeff Ihaza

Killa Cam, the Harlem Diplomat who spits general absurdities like “I get computers puting,” has had one of the more visible rises to meme stardom as any early 2000’s figure. Wisely, he just keeps running with it.   Always a fashion trendsetter, Cam’Ron debuted a signature line of capes at Fashion Week and recently took […]

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09.16.14 Marina Galperina

Kudos to the Colombian women’s cycling team and their totally trolling uniforms. In a world were “gyno porn” is a thing, it’s this “explicit” tweeted photo that’s getting the internet so hot and so bothered. See? The flesh-colored bits look like “vaginas,” or rather, the contours of the pubis are unusually defined by light shadowing and fabric color […]

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09.15.14 Marina Galperina

Here’s a stupid fucking hat from celebrity fashion designer Christian Cowan-Sanluis in collaboration with tech brand Acer. Fashion Week London, something something, “millennials.” DesignBoom writes: the shimmering, cotton candy-pink accessory spins 360-degrees around the head, allowing the wearer to capture his or her best angle. a pouch hanging from the glittering headgear accommodates an acer iconia A1-840 tablet, ready to […]

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08.27.14 Marina Galperina

For awhile there, Spanish clothing company Zara was selling this “sheriff t-shirt” with white and blue stripes and a yellow six-point star on it… which looks like the uniforms worn by Holocaust victims in death camps. Made in Turkey, the shirt was being sold at Zara’s Israeli, French, Albanian and Swedish online stores, until Israeli journalist Dimi Reider from the Isreali […]

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08.05.14 Marina Galperina

Attention fashionistas and fetishists. “Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe” exploring “one of the most provocative and iconic objects of desire” comes to the Brooklyn Museum this September. Through more than 160 artfully-crafted historical and contemporary high heels from the seventeenth century through the present, the exhibition examines the mystique and transformative power […]

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08.01.14 Sophie Weiner

Before it became one of the biggest, most powerful companies in the world, 1986 was a dark time for Apple. After a dispute with Apple CEO John Scully, Steve Jobs had resigned to start his own company. The release of the Macintosh was a huge leap forward for personal computing, but the company’s turbulent period produced […]

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07.23.14 Sophie Weiner

Director, actor, writer, musician and transcendental meditation enthusiast David Lynch has added another title to his extensive bio — women’s sportswear designer, of sorts. The David Lynch Foundation has collaborated with the US brand Live the Process on a few items in “limited-edition David Lynch Floral.” Behold: the David Lynch Corset Bra $105 (also available in “Scoop” for $155) and the David Lynch […]

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07.03.14 Marina Galperina

The Met has announced its first fall fashion show since 2007, and it’s very special. “Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire” focuses on the Victorian & Edwardian fashions of the bereaved between 1815 and 1915. The exhibition will explore the aesthetic development and cultural implications of mourning fashions of the 19th and early 20th centuries. […]

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07.02.14 Sophie Weiner

In a post which includes a clip of the classic “Graduation Song” by Vitamin C (shout out 1999), the Wall Street Journal discusses a new trend of Chinese women wearing wedding dresses to their college graduation. “The wedding dress makes things feel more meaningful,” one student the WSJ talked to explained. A knee jerk reaction would […]

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06.11.14 Sophie Weiner

Bras are the worst. Bra shopping sucks. Victoria’s Secret carries only a select range of sizes, regular department stores’ lighting make you feel like one giant red irritated blob and fancy boutiques where something might actually fit are prohibitively expensive. But us boob-carriers might finally have something to give us hope, Wired reports. True&Co is a […]

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