Best of the Week: February 23-27

Our Top 10 Runway Trends from Across the Pond
Well, you didn't make it to London Fashion Week (bloody hell)—but luckily, we swept in and got the goods on what those Brits have dreamed up. Hello white lace, sharp shoulders, and galactic prints!
Jeepers Creepers! Are These Thick-Soled Shoes Keepers?
OMG: Creepers make me think of Duckie from from Pretty in Pink! Yesssss. Guy knows how to sport 'em!
Cousin "It" Girls—The Latest Hair You Can Wear!
Remember when Chris March from Project Runway (Season 4) made a dress out of human hair for his final collection and everyone balked (even the all-knowing Tim Gunn)? Well, apparently tresses are detaching from the scalp and being draped over the body. That doesn't mean people aren't still balking, though.
12 Bold Statement Jewels That Won't Cost You The Farm
Costume jewelry: Bringing on the dramz in a single flash of bold statement piece. It's the bling of grand dames and art schools teachers and little girls who snuck into their mom's jewelry box.
Rad or Bad? Bowl Cuts for Chicks
Oh, this look! It's a cute gamine coif or… it's hellish grade school flashback (Damn you, Mom, for leaving us in the hands of Supercuts!!)
It Brits, Street Style, Parties, Shows, and More From London Fashion Week
Oftentimes, it's hard to determine which is more compelling: on or off the runway looks. London street style (yeah bright tights! yeah crazy hats!) is edgy, inspiring, and even more delicious than teatime.
Reality Bites: 5 Style Sins of the City
As if the empty conversations, the awkwardly long pauses, and the smug face of Olivia Palermo weren't enough.
All Things (Extra) Ordinary: A New 'Zine That's Anything But Normal
Wow, that's a modest title now, isn't it? There are Facebook albums with more bombastic names!
Stephen Jones' Lid-Flipping Show & Gala at London's V&A
This glorious feast-like parade of headgear is the stuff fantasies are made of. Dare we say it's… fanthatstic?!
Street Style Darlings: The Top 10 Real-Life Looks from Fashion WeekLucky you, New Yorkers—the street is a catwalk all 51 weeks of the year that Fashion Week is not happening. That's part of why we live here (well, that, the museums, the art-house cinema screenings, and the hoards of attractive people).

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