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Category Archives: TV & Film

Kirsten Dunst Interviews at Band Of Outsiders

Recent Band of Outsiders lookbook girl, Kirsten Dunst, takes charge of the interview by swiping the mic from Refinery29 TV and asking a few questions. Advertisements

Thom Browne Previews His Spring ’09 Collection

Fashion Week is ridiculous. The Sockless One, Thom Browne previews what he has up his sleeves in a video for New York Times

Janie Bryant Discusses Mad Men Season 2 Womenswear

I guess this would be the Mad Women edition. Janie Bryant, the show’s much-acclaimed costume designer, gives her commentary on the outfits of each character and her ideas when she was designing them. Janie Bryant on Betty Draper, Episode 1 “Here she’s added her winter white cashmere coat. That’s a genuine piece. And of course […]

My name is William Rast

It is increasingly becoming a prerequisite of a successful fashion campaign to have an accompanying video. William Rast is no exception. Timberlake teams up with model Erin Wasson to present to us the life of William Rast. The movie is split into nine parts with three of the parts already released. While I really wanna […]

Rugby – Fashion by Ralph Lauren

Ralph Lauren web promo video with Kerry Degman

Marc Jacobs gets t.A.T.u.’d

Russian lesbians and part-time sangers of all things lesbian, t.A.T.u., have been picked up as the new faces of Marc Jacobs. Ah yes… we still remember that MTV award show where they had a copious amount of female dancers in tighty whiteys running around as t.A.T.u sang their hit smash, “They’re Not Gonna Get Us.” […]

Ralph Lauren receives the American Legend Award

Oprah Winfrey presents the first-ever American Legend award to Ralph Lauren at the Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards.

Behind the Scenes of Burberry Spring Summer ’09 Photoshoot

By photographer Kai Z Feng This is why models pose and don’t dance.

Christian Siriano on The Fashion Biz for Bluefly Studios

Apparently the man was a heavy-hitter even before he won Project Runway, which goes to show that Project Runway no longer highlights passionate amateurs, but people who were already well on their way to success.

Trippy: Coco Rocha for Visionaire & Lacoste

A flipbook comes to mind.