Saskia de Brauw shows off Chanel’s new nail polish with sign language in a video by Ruth Hogben. I think it’s a great idea and very inclusive.
Snooki appears in V Magazine looking surprisingly tasteful and restrained.
I can’t say that I’ve shopped at the Gap recently either but if they’re making floral jeans I want to check them out. The NY Times investigates the Gap’s missteps and their efforts to improve.
This Chanel handbag costs $48,000. Very “under the sea” but worth it? I don’t think so.
Anna Dello Russo, streetstyle star and Editor At Large for Vogue Japan and Peter Dundas, creative director of Pucci chat for the Financial Times. Find out what ADR was like as a teenager.
Speaking of Anna Della Russo, Fashionista has a sneak peek at the accessories range that the Vogue Japan editor has designed for H&M which will be in stores on October 4.
Hermes is celebrating it’s 175 year old anniversary with a new exhibition in London this month, entitled “Leather Forever” featuring some of the storied label’s most famous designs.
Looks like social media is shaking up the beauty industry. Discontinued favorites are being brought back because it’s now easier to keep tabs on which products are the most missed.
If you’ve got a fashion emergency, Refinery 29 has you covered with how to fix it.
The Met Ball is my favorite over the Oscars for pure fashion. For the Oscars, people tend to play it safe while at the Met Ball is where you can really take a fashion risk. The Cut blog has all the looks so you decide which ones were hits or misses.
The Coveteur followed Clare Waight Keller, creative director of Chloe and her two model dates, Suvi Kuponen and Bonnie Chen as they get ready.