By Spencer Cain, StyleCaster
Cobain/Jenner Plenty of people have less-than-positive things to say about the Kardashian-Jenner clan (who would forget actor Jon Hamm publicly calling Kim Kardashian a "f-ng idiot?"), but it seems one particular star has some highly strong feelings about one of the younger members of the family. This week, a Twitter feud began to brew between rock offspring Frances Bean Cobain and Kendall Jenner.
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Here's what went down: On Tuesday, Jenner, 17, vaguely tweeted, "Just wish things could be easier sometimes mann." Not one to keep her opinions to herself-we guess she learned from her mother Courtney Love-20-year-old Cobain fired off some pretty aggressive responses.
"Oh shh. There are kids on earth abandoned&homeless who forcibly drink contaminated water because clean water isn't accessible," she tweeted. "Oh ya, not to mention, CANCER, famine, poverty, draught, disease, natural disasters, Death.
- StyleCaster News | Fashion – Thu, May 23, 2013 12:38 PM EDT
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By Kellee Khalil, Lover.ly
We've been giving names to groups of young people for years when it comes to style and fashion: beatniks, hippies, punks, grunge and now we call them "hipsters." It's funny, trying to find the definition of what a hipster actually is, but here are some words that come to mind: facial hair, skinny jeans, vintage...They have a look I like to call "well-groomed scruff." No matter how you label it, we love well defined personal style, especially when couples carry that over to their wedding day. And lately, what's old is new again, making it hard to tell if something is actually vintage or if it's today's play on the retro look. Check out the slideshow and help us decide: hippie or hipster?
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The Duchess of Cambridge's maternity wardrobe has been, well, much like her pre-pregnancy wardrobe - classy, on-trend but not flashy, and a mixture of high street and haute couture. WWD recently asked a sampling of designers to dream up looks they'd love to see her in. Some are flirty and romantic. Some are practical (pockets and handbags!). Others are elegant and sexy and fitting for a baby bump and beyond. Which look would you like to see Kate wear? - By Sarah Bernard
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Getty Images My least favorite fashion phrase of all time is "wardrobe malfunction," and there are a few reasons for this. First of all, I think it's terribly overused (can't we think of something more creative?). Also, as someone who's never suffered one, I simply don't understand how celebrities continue to fall prey to these sartorial mishaps on the red carpet. Are they getting ready in the dark? Is there an underwear shortage I'm not aware of?
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This is on my mind, since Eva Longoria suffered a fashion faux pas on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday. She was holding the bottom of her long, pale green dress to save it from rain puddles, but then she raised the dress too high and photographers caught her without underwear.
The next night, Eva tweeted: "Here's my dress for tonight! No wardrobe malfunctions tonight!!!" She is obviously a great sport about the whole thing, but couldn't this have
- StyleCaster News | Fashion – Wed, May 22, 2013 2:06 PM EDT
By Spencer Cain, StyleCaster
RihannaAnother day, another racy Instagram from Rihanna. This morning, the 25-year-old singer and self proclaimed "bad gal" took to social media to show her millions of fans some behind-the-scenes shots from the set of the music video for "Pour It Up," her strip club anthem. In addition to piles of cash on the floor, RiRi also showed off her backside in what appears to be a denim thong. Hours after the photo was posted, though, it was deleted.
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Obviously, Rihanna isn't afraid of making provocative fashion statements-in fact, she thanked Prada back in March for sending her custom boots with another thong-baring photograph. She pushes the envelope in her everyday fashion sense as well, often wearing avant garde designers like Mary Katrantzou as well as insane accessories like thigh-high Tom Ford boots with little else for a casual dinner out, so we're surprised she reneged
- Piper Weiss, Shine Staff | Fashion – Wed, May 22, 2013 1:15 PM EDT
A few weeks ago one of the most popular mass market clothing retailers became one of the most hated.
First there was the scathing report on Abercrombie and Fitch's decision not to make their all-American clothing in larger sizes. Then there was the astonishing excerpt from a 2006 interview with CEO Mike Jeffries which resurfaced, sparking renewed outrage. "We want to market to cool, good-looking people," Jeffries told Salon. “In every school there are the cool and popular kids, and then there are the not-so-cool kids. Candidly, we go after the cool kids. We go after the attractive all-American kid with a great attitude and a lot of friends. A lot of people don’t belong [in our clothes], and they can’t belong. Are we exclusionary? Absolutely."
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Sunglasses are doubtlessly a year-round accessory, but we're always up for a seasonal refresh. For the perfect meld of technical, yet unerringly stylish, we asked Kristen McCabe, VP of Product at Sunglass Hut for insight into the best frame types and fabrications by face shape. Read her tips and shop twenty shady pairs - extra points for staying within your specifications.
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Beyoncé It's truly hard to ignore Beyoncé's name in the press these days. The 31-year-old singer has been making headlines for her potential pregnancy (her hubby Jay-Z denies it, but many media outlets are still claiming it's true), her Mrs. Carter Show world tour, and of course her lavish vacations. As a known lover of yachts, it's no surprise that the second she had some downtime on her tour, Beyoncé flitted off to the South of France for some fun in the sun onboard a massive yacht with her husband Jay-Z in tow.
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Just last week, she cancelled a show in Belgium citing dehydration and exhaustion, but our guess is now that she's living the high life again she's probably feeling a lot better. The power couple were joined by Beyoncé's younger sister Solange and her boyfriend, music video director Alan Ferguson.
Just to give you a sense of how much this vacation must have cost,
- Lover.ly | Fashion – Wed, May 22, 2013 12:14 PM EDT
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It's almost that time again: waking up to a warm morning breeze, putting away anything with long sleeves, and breaking out your favorite sun hat or fedora to go with those perfect vintage, over-sized tortoise shell frames that let you know summer is just around the corner. With stores like BHLDN offering 1960's inspired frocks and decor and Mad Men being just about the hottest show on TV right now, it's no surprise that brides are in full-on 'Summer of Love' mode when it comes to planning the details of their big day. While some trends have (thankfully) failed to move forward (we're looking at you, bell bottoms), others have been reimagined to remind us of a decade full of flowers, music, love and beauty. Check out the slideshow for our favorite 1960's-inspired wedding day details and bridal looks.
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