It was only this year that I finally started warming up to belts, and only because of their recent iterations. Belts, as Nicolas Ghesquière and Jonathan Anderson (of J.W. Anderson) recently taught us, need not be an outfit’s statement piece.
So why should Kim be shamed for being famous on TV? Isn’t that the way a ton of folks get famous now?
What people hate the most is indecision. Even if I’m completely unsure, I’ll pretend I know exactly what I’m talking about and make a decision.
Disney was fired from the Kansas City Star in 1919 because his editor said he “lacked imagination and had no good ideas.”
Having a good sense of style means having common sense and a healthy sense of self-awareness about your own body. Those might seem like easy basic qualities to possess but, guess what, they’re not! That’s why we have millions of people buying jeans that are a size too small and resigning themselves to wearing jeggings.
Couture-gate comes on the heels of a video released just yesterday of a group of people taunting the designer at a Paris café, slaming the couturier with more allegations of anti-Semitism. In the clip, a calm Galliano is obviously wasted, slurring his way through insults such as “Your bag is ugly” and “I love Hitler.”
As you get you older, you’ll transition to reading grownup Vogue, bag yourself a hedge-funder named Barry and watch the days just languidly pass by. Sometimes, you’ll stir your finger into your cocktail without noticing because you’ll be completely in a daze. You’ll whisper to yourself, “I guess it’s….time….to get ready for the Multiple Sclerosis Disco Dance-Off Charity Ball.”
I was the Editor In Chief for two issues before we folded, but I SWEAR it wasn’t my fault. Or was it? I don’t know, but the founder kept her promise and was not mad at me. Staff morale was low because they missed they old editor and I didn’t do coke afterhours. The recession hit and someone said “PRINT IS DEAD!” and everyone suddenly believed it.