2009 August 5
Links of The Daily
(NEW YORK) No Skinny ‘This’ or ‘That’ Here [NY Times]
John Bartlett: "Not quite my style, but I would go on a second date with someone wearing them. These are safe clothes you can imagine settling down with. The guy who wears them is likeable — someone who knows how to work TurboTax, has a retirement plan and reads those boring nonfiction books about the history of salt."
Sightings [Page Six]
Donna Karan's East Village taco date with Kate Hudson and Goldie Hawn...
Photoshopped images: the good, the bad and the ugly [LA Times]
One photoshopper: "I feel like embracing the details of that person's face is what I'm supposed to do"--but when does it go too far?
Hollister: the shop that smells like teen spirit [Times UK]
"How do you sell to teenagers, a notoriously fickle but tantalisingly lucrative market? Let’s begin by imagining retail hell on earth for anyone over 30. No one knows where anything is. You can’t see what anything is. The music pounds, the ambient smell is the store’s own-brand perfume and the staff are all better looking and wearing fewer clothes than you."
Autumn trends: Power craze [Independent UK]
SUper-bright colors, exaggerated shoulders...why this fall is all about power
Forget any superstitions about the number 13 being unlucky: Swarovski is celebrating its many years (a baker's dozen, to be exact) of working with the CFDA Awards. To toast the occasion...
Opening Ceremony is planning to expand thanks to a minority investment from Boston-based Berkshire Partners. The investment company recently teamed up with former David Yurman CEO ...
Vogue is in the midst of a digital revamp, but you’ll have to wait until September to see the result. The fashion glossy’s online counterpart has been undergoing a total makeover...