- Happy Monday! Did you know pillowcases can cause hair breakage? This silk pillowcase prevents it, and evenpromises to counteract aging while you sleep. [AHALife]
- This morning, luxe fashion site Net-a-Porter sold $200,000 of this Karl Lagerfeld Barbie. The Barbies are sold out, but if you desperately want one, you can get one on eBay starting at $900. [Fashionista]
Up next: Madewell’s sad story, rare fashion pics of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, and Amal Amuddin’s HAIR.
- Kendall Jenner wore a very expensive basket down the runway during Paris fashion week. [InStyle]
- Say what you will about the look, but girlfriend’s got a terrific body. She chalks it up to tea—and lots of it. [E!]
- Britney Spears cut her hair into a bob, instantly looks 10 years older. [StyleList]
You won’t believe who’s designing a line for Kohl’s.
- Happy Monday! Let’s start with some home stuff: Here are 10 decor trends that are totally over, including—le sigh—those Lucite Ghost chairs, sheepskin throw rugs and chevron. (Looks like I need new dining room chairs.) [Refinery29]
- Check this out: It’s a fake suit that looks (at least at first glance) shockingly like the real thing. It’s called Suitsy, and it might be every man’s dream. [Betabrand]
Up next: How Zara is actually more expensive than Balenciaga.
- The bad news: There’s no way to predict whether a sweater will pill—it happens to even the most expensive knits. The good news: There’s a whole science to sweater pilling, and great advice for getting rid of it. First things first? Don’t pull on them, leave the sweater razors alone, and grab a … pumice stone? [Wall Street Journal]
- Did you know Sears has a drive-through service? You schedule a return or exchange online, and then alert the store via a mobile app when you’ve parked. Then a timer begins: Sears employees have five minutes (assistance within five minutes is guaranteed!) to run out to your car and help you. [Racked]
Click here for the grossest earrings ever. (But prepare yourselves.)
- Did you know you don’t actually need a separate highlighter and eyeshadow? These multitasking beauty products will save you time and money. [Wall Street Journal]
- Ask anyone who has worn faux eyelashes, those pretty little falsies can be extremely frustrating. Enter: The 10 Emotional Stages of Wearing False Eyelashes. [Bustle]
- Whaaat? OneClique is changing up the shoe game with mix-and-match upper and lower shoe components. The verdict is still out on how functional this really is. [Refinery29]
Keep reading for a terrifying sequined Kimye sweatshirt.
- Birkenstock fans, we have a treat for you. You can get your hands on another pair of trendy-meets-comfy kicks this spring: Dr. Scholl’s look-a-likes from the Marc Jacobs show. Enjoy! [Glamour]
- Any lady can tell you that bra shopping can be a total nightmare. Enter: True & Co., a bra company working to accommodate over 6,000 body types. [Styleite]
- Uh, did this 10 year-old just become our style icon? Mr. Cory is the 10-year-old CEO of a cookie company, and he dresses infinitely cooler than any of us did at that age. [Man Repeller]
Keep reading to find out the most fashion-forward rain boots to rock this spring.
- With dozens of perfectly polished, coiffed, and dressed models in a single runway show, we knew there had to be some backstage secrets. Here, 23 beauty hacks from industry experts to score their looks on the fly. [Lucky]
- Oh, Jimmy Kimmel, you’ve done it again. For this segment of Lie Witness News, they stood outside during NYFW and asked stylish folks about “designers” such as Chandler Bing and Antonin Scalia. Hilarity ensues. [YouTube]
Keep reading to find out which holiday collab you need to look out for.
- Tackling those fall runway trends is no easy feat. (We swear menswear vests are making a comeback!) To help you don the funkiest of trends this season, we suggest consulting this handy guide. [Refinery 29]
- Just when we thought the new Apple Watch was the biggest Apple news this week, Elie Tahari decided to give them a run for their money. The designer debuted a dress with “50 plus iPhones sewn into the mesh ‘techno-fabric.” [Bustle]
Keep reading to find out why Christian Louboutin made a $50 nail polish. (Hint: there’s science to back it up.)
The watches of the future. | Image via Apple
may have heard most definitely have heard about yesterday’s Apple announcement: the unveiling of the Apple Watch, the latest and greatest in wearable technology. But is it something we really need? I’m skeptical. Even when I wear a watch, it’s a fashion accessory at best and I still instinctively grab for my phone to check the time. But in that same vein, I’m a sucker for my iPhone. Perhaps I should instill my trust in Apple?
To help determine how essential this watch really is, I read a handy breakdown on Business of Fashion entitled “6 Core Beliefs Behind the New ‘Apple Watch.’” Author Imran Amed navigated the ins and outs of Apple’s newest product. Here, I tease out the need-to-know info about the much-hyped accessory. And most importantly: will I be forking over the bucks for it?
Keep reading for the scoop.
- Has everyone in fashion stopped wearing makeup? It sure looks like it. [Into The Gloss]
- The Clintons gave every guest at Oscar de la Renta’s NYFW show a stuffed elephant to remind people of the animals’ threat of extinction. Irony. [WWD]
- Please watch this Vine of Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen before their presentation of The Row’s spring ’15 collection. It’s hilariously awkward. [Who What Wear]
There’s more straight ahead!