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Kim Kardashian hasn't made any secret of her style crush on little sister Kylie Jenner. Last summer in an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians she was all about the littlest member of the clan. "Kylie, my little sister, I think she's, like, really cool," she said during a meeting about the sisters' fashion line. "I'm not trying to be annoying again, but I swear if you look at Kylie's blog, she writes all these quotes. She has the cutest things. I just want to be that cool again."
Perennial crowd-favorite Khloe summed it up for the audience: "I think now that Kim is pregnant, Kim feels like she's losing some of her cool. She literally Tumblr-stalks Kylie."
Things haven't changed in a year, either, with Kim posting preview snaps of a shoot on her Instagram yesterday that look suspiciously like an outfit Kylie put together earlier this month.
Lest you think it's all just a big coincidence, don't get it twisted. Kim captioned another image from the shoot "#KylieSwag." This, of course, makes me wonder when Kylie's just going to fulfill her calling and become a stylist. Before that, Read More »
My far-from-scientific gut feeling is that 99 percent of all girls polled will say they would love to own a classic quilted Chanel bag. It's the sort of simple chic that lands on the wish lists of prim preppy and downtown types alike, and it's never going out of style (or, sadly, on sale, with most classic styles retailing a little over $3,000). To celebrate what would've been Coco Chanel's birthday today, we're focusing on the quilted 2.55 bag and the stories and history behind its creation.
—The name 2.55 is the bag's own birthday: It was created in February 1955.
—It wasn't the first Chanel-designed bag. That honor belongs to a piece created in 1929, but the 2.55 was modified for practical reasons. "I got fed up with holding my purses in my hands and losing them, so I added a strap and carried them over my shoulder," Chanel was reported as saying in Coco Chanel by Justine Picardie.
—Those chain straps might've been influenced by a few different things: the bridles and harnesses of horses or the type of belts worn by the nuns who presided over Coco's early education.
—The quilted leather, now Read More »
The sartorial whirlwind that is New York Fashion Week is around the bend and we were thrilled to hear about a new kind of fashion show in the schedule amid the likes of Marc Jacobs and Ralph Lauren. No, it's not another celeb getting into the fashion game—it's Salute the Runway, a fashion show that will honor veterans who have served our country by incorporating servicewomen as its models.
Salute the Runway will open the week at the Lincoln Center tents on September 3 and give 15 servicewomen the chance to walk the catwalk in little black dresses from designers like Calvin Klein, Mara Hoffman, and DKNY, reports WWD. "I'm going from boots to heels. I'm not a heels person," Nancy Schiliro, a 34-year-old former Marine, said. "But if I could climb through barbed wire, I can pull off walking in heels."
The show ties in with programs held at bases around the country aimed to shed light on the difficulties women in the military face while transitioning back to civilian life—including exploring what femininity outside of fatigues means. Admitted tomboy Schiliro said she's excited about the chance to "smile and Read More »
Even though we keep talking about fall, summer is still happening—and the warm weather might be sticking around past September 22. So we need to keep our relationship with our shorts fresh and interesting—which shouldn't be too hard considering all the fun styles out there and multiple ways to wear them. (Yay for layering!) So let's look to these inspirational ladies on Instagram to see how they keep rocking their shorty-shorts.
Mindy Kaling basically answered that age-old question: Is it OK to wear shorts to work? Hey, if you run the show, wear whatever you want! She had fun mixing prints, colors, and textures: a plaid flannel button-down over a striped Breton shirt contrasted with graphic lace-print shorts. She finished off her relaxed office outfit with a pair of comfy Converse Chuck Taylors.
Blogger Chriselle Lim mixed and effortlessly unmatched her prints the island-chic way. She contrasted her printed and trimmed cropped jacket with a pair of delicate peasant-style embroidered shorts. An easy V-neck T-shirt, flat brown sandals, and a fedora completed her tropical-vacation perfect look.
After meeting at a dinner party, Liberty Ross and Genetic founder and creative director Ali Fatourechi realized they had something in common: a love for comfortable denim. So it's no surprise that the duo revealed a six-piece capsule collection to editors this morning. While checking it out, Sophia and I spoke with the duo to get the scoop on the glamorous grunge collection.
Glamour: What was your inspiration for the collection?
Liberty Ross: It's kind of like L.A. and London weaved together because my life has always been in both places. I personally think there's a big revival in disco right now, we're hearing it all over again and seeing it in all of these movies. So reviving the '70s and '80s. The jacquard is based on a Canturi ring because I love graphic lines and the mix of metallics. When I saw that fabric I thought, Hmm, yeah that could do as part of my line. And then I went with the plaid because the tones are really subtle and that kind of reflects McQueen and Westwood and all of the people I grew up with in London during the '90s.Read More »