August 30 2014

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Mass-Meets-Class McQueen: The First Look


There will be leather. McQ Alexander McQueen for Target’s lookbook looks like another faithful dilution.

The era of first lady-as- rectangle had ended,” declares The Washington Post‘s Robin Givhan of Michelle Obama’s form-fitting inaugural looks, while The New York Times‘ Cathy Horyn calls the First Lady “not your average fashionista.” Prepare yourself for four (or more) years of fashion punditry.

Yesterday’s populist beauty product giveaway turned out not to be so much for the people, because when it comes to moisturizers, the people are kinda snobby.

Hang on to your plaid; Opening Ceremony has deemed it cool for another season with a collection from old-school Americana peddlers Pendleton, launching this fall.

In the now requisite bad news of the day: Yohji Yamamoto is closing its New York press office, after 13 years.

Too awed by Aretha Franklin’s Swarovski-studded ribbon hat to pay attention to the swearing-in yesterday? Can’t blame you. Such finery is available in Detroit, a city that could use a little brotherly love if you’re in the market for millinery.

Kate Moss continues to muse .