Rookie is the brand new webzine for teen girls from 15-year-old blogger Tavi (StyleRookie) Gevinson, who was born to reinvent Sassy for the digital age. If you haven’t seen it yet, what are you waiting for?
It all started with a teddy bear.
Encased in a Plexiglas cube and wearing a papier mâché-like cone bra (the first of many to come), her name is Nana and she was Jean Paul Gaultier’s first subject.
Is there anything those Kardashian girls can’t do?
They’ve already taken Miami and New York, conquered reality television and earned honorary MVP status in two pro sports league.
Now, the superstar style icons and celebritweeters have set their sights on middle America, with a clothing line for Sears that includes an extensive lingerie collection.
It’s hard to find moral common ground in the fashion industry, but if there’s one issue that everyone should agree on it’s the sexual objectification of children in order to sell clothing.
Seriously, can’t we all agree to stop tarting up and exploiting pre-teen models to gain some kind of market advantage?
With America’s nail-biting debt crisis playing on TV screens around the clock this week, the last place you might expect to feel the fiscal pinch is at a lingerie exhibition.
But the semi-annual Curve Expo trade show in New York City offered a revealing glimpse into the nation’s downshifting economy — and the opportunities it creates for foreign competitors.