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Not all looks shown during Fashion Week actually make it into stores in its runway version. Most get trimmed down, simplified, and engineered for mass production — so you get a much more wearable version than the over-the-top creations you see on the models. But, what if the original that you're working with consists of a hat made of teddy bears and a dress made out of a shopping bag?
For Moschino's 30th anniversary, the brand really dove into the wacky, churning out a grin-inducing parade of craziness (don't worry — there were plenty of logo tees, trim jackets, and cheeky dresses amidst the novelty headbands and croissant necklaces). A 30th birthday party is one of the more existential ones in any person's life, and it seems to be the same deal with a brand. Instead of getting a real job, joining Match.com, and donating all its miniskirts, Moschino's doubled-down in the childlike playfulness that's defined the brand for decades. Click through for the five most over-the-top looks from the show. Never change, Moschino!
If you’re like me, the sound of Christmas music being piped through the speakers of every major retailer is like a siren to the subconscious that, though it’s still November, you're behind the curve on getting my holiday shopping done. And, holiday shopping is no easy task when you’re an eco-chic specimen who wants read
If there's one fitness-apparel brand we can count on to make working out a little more fun, lululemon has our back. With cool workout wares that are as nice to look at as they are functional, it's kind of a no-brainer why we're such die-hards. And, just when we thought lululemon had pulled out all the stops, it dropped a read