Rachel got her cartoon creativity on, and paired famous female cartoon figures with fashion designers. Were her match-ups correct—and who did she forget?
We know it’s one of your favorite films—but did you know the scandalous fashions of Some Like It Hot caused the movie to be banned in some states? Read all about it in Cinemode…
Thursday marked the three-year anniversary of the death of fashion legend Yves Saint Laurent. We looked back at one of his scandalous moments, as well as one of his most genius moments: The introduction of le smoking.
If that isn’t enough Yves for you, check him out in this sweet 1965 clip from TV’s top American game show, “What’s My Line?” Be prepared to have your socks charmed off.
Have you ever wondered how a supermodel is born? Sixties supe Jean Shrimpton teamed up with photographer David Bailey, flew to Manhattan and shot a series of images that ran in the April 1962 Vogue the world couldn’t resist.
If you want to learn the art of hype, look to this pairing of Hollywood and the fashion world, the Cover Model caravan and the movie that brought models to the silver screen.
The Style Swami permanently retired to an ashram, leaving us without a fashion soothsayer to do our Stylescopes. But don’t fret: We are still the only blog on the web gathering lists and images of the most fashionable people in the fashion world born on each day of the year. Find out who shares your birthday under the Birthdays tab—and let us know who we missed!
As always, we are gathering all the fashion news and bits of inspiration from the fashion blogosphere so you don’t have to. Play catch-up with all the news you missed with our Daily Fashion Alerts.
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