The red carpet is always a place to be judged. But at Fashion's Night Out at the rustic and usually sedate Malibu Country Mart last Thursday, while a DJ segued from "Benny and the Jets" to Frank Ocean's on-the-nose "Super Rich Kids," the well-heeled crowd wasn't strutting for cameras, press or onlin ... More >>
More stories from our 2012 Fashion Issue on dressing ethically:
*West Hollywood's New Fur Ban
*Does L.A. Still Have Sweatshops?
*Yael Aflalo's Reformation Makes Vintage Cool
*Santa Monica's Main Street, a Green Fashion Hub
*Three L.A. Designers Who Do Eco-Fashion Right
It's not easy being green. Bu ... More >>
The Melrose Trading Post is one of L.A.'s best vintage and collectibles flea markets. It takes place every Sunday at Fairfax High School and is the perfect place to spend an afternoon.
It's also an ongoing fundraising event for student clubs and organizations at Fairfax High, so you can feel good a ... More >>
As you know, in fashion, one day you're in and the next day you're out. How then to explain the cheerful ubiquity of Miss Piggy?
Last August, the porcine mop/puppet turned up at Opening Ceremony to promote a muppet-themed apparel line. This month, she graces a spread in InStyle magazine sporting J ... More >>
Women's Wear Daily reports that Christian Louboutin will be making pumps in Barbie's iconic Pantone 219 Pink. The pumps will debut at New York Fashion Week in February at a special Mattel runway show:Fifty as-yet-undisclosed designers will produce Barbie-inspired outfits for the runway, and each of ... More >>
New York Fashion Week took its final bite out of the Big Apple last week and most fashion fiends and followers have already moved on to the substantially edgier avante-garde parade at London Fashion Week (happening now).
But NYC's shows deserve a recap, especially since many of the looks will be s ... More >>
We love retro fashion references as much as (maybe more than) the next wear-bear, but the regurgitation coming out of New York Fashion week this season is ridiculous.
Cobrasnake's crusty slacker scene aside (see previous post), the 70's and 80's aren't just serving as inspiration these days, they ... More >>