By Lexi Nisita, Refinery29
Oh, those Olsen twins. You can always count on them for a good story. First, there was their $39,000 crocodile backpack (that sold out!). And now, a $55,000 backpack adorned with prescription pills. If you're thinking "oh, given healthcare costs in this country, that sounds pretty reasonable!" then prepare to be let down - you can't even use the little guys for your medicinal or recreational purposes.
Just One Eye has collaborated with artist Damien Hirst and MK & A's The Row to create these product-as-art packs, which represent, according to Just One Eye's website, "a fascinating study on contrast." From an artistic perspective, there's a certain flair, perhaps due to the commentary the pill pack (which is just one of a series including varied other polka-dotted versions) may or may not be making. But from a functional-fashion perspective? Unsure.
A portion of the proceeds go to UNICEF, so that's nice. What portion, you ask? Well, we had the same question
- Refinery29 | Fashion – Mon, Dec 3, 2012 10:56 AM EST
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- Patrick Varden | Fashion – Sat, Dec 1, 2012 8:24 AM EST
We knew this day was coming. In fact, we're surprised it took this long. Watch this Mexico City band up its hipster cred by fashioning the first music video made entirely out of Instagrammed photos.
New Zealand vs England live
- Elise Pollard | Fashion – Fri, Nov 30, 2012 10:02 PM EST
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Led by the NBA's highest-scoring duo, the Oklahoma City Thunder look just fine despite trading the reigning Sixth Man of the Year. They'll try for their seventh win in eight games Friday night as they host the Utah Jazz, who look to continue their improvement on the road.
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Fashion round-up: Chic looks of the weekAs the holiday as well as the awards seasons are about to get into full swing, we're starting to see a re-emergence of glitz and glamour on the red carpet. Olivia Palermo put her best foot forward in a very intricate design at a Valentino event, while Girls' actress Allison Williams and Katy Perry stunned in Naeem Khan at a UNICEF event. Other stand out looks include Victoria Beckham in a red box suit from her label and Taylor Swift in Elie Saab. In color trends, navy blue was the color du jour on the carpet. Click here for some of the chic looks from this past week.Read More »from Fashion Round-up: Chic Looks of the Week
- Refinery29 | Fashion – Fri, Nov 30, 2012 6:58 PM EST
By Amanda Keiser, Refinery29
Okay, so we're not really warring this time around, since we only have one contender: us (does that mean we automatically win?). But we did round up some of our absolute favorite arm-party players from our holiday wonderland, Tinseltown, just for your ogling - and shopping! - pleasure.
That's right, you see all those swoon-worthy wrist stackers? Click through and you can buy almost all of them right here, from the Giles & Brother hematite cuff to By Boe's copper wrap bracelet to that showstopping silver cuff from Vanessa Mooney.
Better get clicking, because you know what they say, the holidays are no time to neglect your wrists. What? People totally say that.
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- FabSugar | Fashion – Fri, Nov 30, 2012 5:35 PM EST
FabSugarSource: The 7 Holiday Party Staples Every Girl Should Have at the Ready
What's the easiest way to keep your holiday styling stress-free? Stick to the bare (but bold) necessities. When you think "festive fashion," chances are, you conjure up images of metallic party dresses, sequined tops, and velvet accents, and you would be right to think this way. But let's be real. It's not exactly budget-friendly to splurge on an entirely new wardrobe just for a four-week-long holiday party circuit stint. That's why we've outlined the seven staples that will, in effect, get you through the season effortlessly and with that aforementioned element of sparkle and shine. We know you've already got the basics - denim, a great black dress, a chunky cardigan - so these particular picks provide the punch-up needed to take even the most casual outfit from laid-back to luxe. Some are subtle (a sophisticated lace top, for example) and some not so much (a bejeweled satin clutch is certainly a louder choice):Read More »from The 7 Holiday Party Staples Every Girl Should Have at the Ready
- by Brides
"Red is the great clarifier-bright, cleansing, revealing. It makes all colors beautiful." So said Diana Vreeland, whose legendary stints at Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute are chronicled in the new biography Empress of Fashion: A Life of Diana Vreeland, by Amanda Mackenzie Stuart (HarperCollins). Inspired by her signature hue, we got to thinking: What would a Vreeland wedding look like? From a '60s-inspired gown to artsy Christmas crackers and candy stripes, our celebration is classic with a twist-just like the diva herself.More from Brides:
Modern Lace Wedding Dresses
Our Favorite Celebrity Engagement Rings
25 Wedding Hairstyles Inspired by Celebrities
The Most Beautiful Cakes in America
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- FabSugar | Fashion – Fri, Nov 30, 2012 5:06 PM EST
FabSugarSource: You Don't Have to Pack Away Those Summer Dresses After All - Here's WhyRead More »from You Don't Have to Pack Away Those Summer Dresses After All — Here's Why
We're about to double the number of Winter-wearable items in your closet without spending a dime - the secret? Keep your summery dresses where you can see them. That's right, if you haven't already packed them away, we've got a better idea for you: equip these lightweight numbers with the appropriate seasonal layers (soft, fuzzy cardigans, thick tights, booties, and slick outerwear); then there's no reason to pigeonhole these warm-weather pieces to a four-month window. For those on the fence about crossing tried-and-true dressing lines, we've got a star-studded lineup to make a strong styling argument and we're providing easy tips below.
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First up, an effortless-looking Keira Knightley put a cozy-layer spin on her paisley-printed sheath just by adding a long black cardigan, black tights, and black ankle boots. Next, Nicky Hilton
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