Supermodels, they're just like us! If you've ever secretly thought that runway stars survive on lemon juice, cayenne pepper, and air, we have concrete evidence to prove that they do, in fact, eat. And — wait for it — they actually go to the grocery store, and, you know, buy stuff. We can thank Harper's Bazaar for making us feel better about ourselves for the monster cheese wheel we swiped at Whole Foods yesterday, because in this week’s episode of The Look, the magazine's very, very bubbly, and very, very funny executive editor, Laura Brown, has a lil' Q&A with VS Angels Erin Heatherton and Adriana Lima (rocking Sachin + Babi!) in the aisles of an NYC Gristedes.
The high jinks that ensue are enough to guarantee these two cover stars their very own reality show — and should help propel Brown on a path to TV-hostess superstardom. The editor, who seemingly hasn't ever seen the inside of a shop that just sells food, lets the gals help fill up her cart, while talking about fashion, lingerie (yes, they put a bra on some melons), and a wig named Ashley. Of course, no trip to Gristedes would be complete without some chatter about toilet paper, detergent, and...sexy onions. We already want this to be a Bravo series. Andy Cohen, you listening?
Now that “ugly,” comfort-first shoes are the new normal (or, rather, the new normcore), we’ve been reintroduced to brands that haven't been in our wardrobe rotation for some time. While Birkenstocks and Tevas deserve plenty of cred, one of our favorite shops is making damn sure we don’t forget about one of the read
One year ago today, the Rana Plaza garment-factory building in Bangladesh collapsed into a pile of twisted metal and concrete, killing 1,100, and injuring around 2,500. By far the worst apparel accident in the world’s history, the gruesome collapse was shocking but not surprising to those familiar with how the fashion read
TV fans already know that Zosia Mamet has mad acting range. Girl can go from playing a quick-witted photo editor (who's very fond of Peggy) on Mad Men to an emoji-savvy millennial (and accidental crack-smoker) on Girls. And, as the new Talon lookbook demonstrates, Mamet can be equally versatile as a model.
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In our modern day, where dressing rooms are now virtual and shops can literally memorize your face in order to track how you're spending (or not spending) your money, it almost seems like a joke that some of the most recognized and profitable brands don't yet have an online store. You know the ones we're talking about — read