One’s gotta love Style.com’s instant show feature. While the Chanel show is going on we’re able to see the looks on the catwalks as they pass by.
“I’m not an Internet girl. I’m not writing on blogs. I’m not a Facebook girl. Even though there is a fake Facebook with my name, it’s not me. I’m not on Twitter, it’s not me. But I think if I’m not going on the Internet, I’m going to totally disappear,…
Exactly as Style.com says! Bloggers are here to stay! All start comes with a bumpy road as proves this hilarious compilation. To read the full stories, click here.
The market of Dutch models is a very successful market. Not only Doutzen and Lara are doing fine year after year, but a whole group of young, fresh and most of the time blond girls are shining on the international runways, ads. and magazines. The most freshly face of today is Melissa Tammerijn. ‘That Dutch power strikes again!’
….explaining his ‘polygamie’ and why he posts pictures of naked women rollin’ round his office…. ”It was suddenly exciting because it was, in a way, breaking the barriers of something, which is actually what the medium itself, the Internet itself, does. For celebrities it’s a nightmare, but for me it’s…
Style.com has interviewed influential people in fashion about their vision on the future of fashion. The first one was Robert Duffy, ’the-I-just-discovered-Twitter’ president of Marc Jacobs, the second was Cathy Horyn- the NY Times fashion critic, and the third was designer Hedi Slimane. Here are their quotes that put our toughts on hold for a minute….
Robbert Duffy about his expectations on the launch of the Marc Jacobs e-commerce site in August:
”I really don’t know what to expect. I have absolutely no idea. The only two things I’ve ever bought on the Internet—three things, actually—are a car, a house, and a dog.”
Keep reading for the other quotes by Cathy Horyn and Hedi Slimane!