“Her mother did not die because of illness or because she was killed,” she says. “She starved to death because they did not have money for food.”
It’s not often that we can glean feminist statements from fashion, which is why I make sure to capitalize on the rare moments in which we can. And the feminist case of trousers feels abundantly valid.
Curves imply arcs, parts of the body that wave in and out—not rolls of excess fat and skin, sagging over the bones it’s meant to be covering.
Dressing for freezing temperatures is a huge pain in the butt — and it’s even worse when you’re getting ready for a date. And men have some things to say about what we wear.
Here are seven common thoughts that run through the dye-soaked brain of a color-addict:
They might not inject retinol into our cheeks, but they will probably help us gain access to an elite boxing gym. And they’ll certainly look good on camera.
It started with Miu Miu’s spring 2015 campaign; a cherubic Mia goth, in whom I saw something kindred: perfectly capable of dressing herself in full Miu Miu, Mia is also equally as incapable of so much as tucking in her sheets.
Red lipstick, the Beatles, thank you notes, music festivals.
5. Sleep on silk and you’ll have less wrinkles.
I wish I had the hair of the person sitting to my left (or right). Why am I getting it cut? I want it longer. That girl’s hair looks so pretty and it’s long. Mine could be long.