Some argue that fashion, ultimately, is meant to be worn, and if you can't figure out if a hole is a head-hole, an armhole, or a metaphorical space that expresses' the artist's rejection of traditional material mediums then that's a problem. Thank goodness for those truly brazen among us — the Michelle Harpers and Rei Kawakubos of the world — for demonstrating what a little imagination (and a lax HR department) could do for your wardrobe. Still, though, we've been hard-pressed to discover just the right time to wear a human-sized quilted trivet.
So, if your calendar isn't full of VMA performances and tea with Gaga, are there still places to pull off these challenging looks? Yes!...Well, maybe? For real women with real-women schedules, we've finally — finally — found the perfect occasions to wear a handful of looks that've been eluding us.
If we had to describe the contents of our bedroom during our teenage years, we'd have a list of strange-yet-wonderful items. These include a wealth of butterfly clips, a hefty supply of roll-on body glitter, and some unfortunate lip colors. Oh, and let's not forget a wall full of photos from Tiger Beat featuring our read
If the Met Gala is the Super Bowl of stylish charity benefits, the New Yorkers For Children Gala could be considered its pre-game. On Monday night, some of the most recognizable personalities in NYC converged at the Mandarin Oriental for a night of philanthropy just as we like it: with a side of dancing. And, with read