If you’re the sort of person for whom Halloween is an all-year affair, this highly reviewed, $25 poncho may be your jam: it features a slimming and flattering skeleton (with both front- and back-views) and is hemmed with “lace” styled to look like cobwebs — all that’s missing is for it to be waterproofRead More
When legendary (and deeply private) New York Times street style photographer Bill Cunningham died in 2016, he left behind a photo archive valued at $1M. His family soon discovered he left the world another gift, a photo-filled memoir he penned secretly. It’s titled Fashion Climbing and is due to be published in September.
The Cease and Desist enamel pin—a hauntingly familiar soup can mounted on hauntingly familiar robot legs—is $7 on Kickstarter.
CEASE and DESIST will be Packaged Action Figure Style. With very thick Archivist Backing Cards and Custom Sized Miniature Blisters holding the pin in place.
The Enamel Pins themselves will shiny Chrome MetalRead More
Hair scrunchies: the latest trend declared to be “back” despite having never really left. Or perhaps they just never left for me, a person who is devoted to the single blue scrunchie I purchased for $1 at a doomed American Apparel store. It doesn’t leave a crease! Anyway, Women’s Wear Daily thinks you’ll be seeingRead More
For the price of a few trays of Taco Bell, these Taco Bell Forever 21 clothes can make you look like a character from Idiocracy: In the film, Taco Bell was involved in telecommunications, not fashion: [embedded content] • Taco Bell x Forever 21 Sean Tejaratchi is one of my favorite book designers, and hisRead More
Kingdrippa makes and sells these fabulously trenchant mouse pins. It’s $11. In fact, there’s so many cool things in this store I might have to blog the lot.
A 32-year old man from Freeport, Florida, is in custody after a weekend rampage at the liquor store. But this was a liquor store rampageRead More
Vancouver makeup artist Mimi Choi creates amazing trompe l’oeil illusions on the faces and bodies of herself and others.
Choi explained her process to Allure’s Kristen Bateman:
“When I do illusions now, I draw my inspiration mostly from my surroundings, photography, paintings, and emotions. I try not to look at otherRead More