Mad corny

Don't ask me why a girl my age would want to wear food-themed clothing well past the prime of Strawberry Shortcake. I'm quite frankly grossed out by those huge glamour shots of burgers on billboards. But some trippy tie-dye vegetables across my chest? I'll take it.
via Stylenanda

Street Wise

I love this trend of magazines telling more stories with their digital content. I'll never stop loving the smell of a newly-opened publication, but there's so much more depth and emotion you can explore with video editorials. This one from METAL rules hard. I want to watch a feature-length film about these girls.

Written & Directed by Clayton Vomero


I appreciate the often overlooked aspects of a fashion show. I mean it is a SHOW after all, a production. It's more than the clothes and a pretty face. Take Junya Watanabe's Spring '13 show for example. The craftsmanship and sheer creativity of the headpieces blew me away. They complimented the futuristic sportswear silhouettes perfectly and I could totally see any of these looks translated into anime characters (wishful thinking!).

Miss Cara

You can just tell by looking at a still image of certain people that they'd be fun as sh*t to hang with. Cara Delevingne is a prime example. The 20-year-old Brit model (also aspiring musician & actress) was all over the catwalks this season, and being that she's super photogenic, full of facial expressions, and killer style, the street photogs couldn't ignore her either. It was just announced today she will walk for the Victoria's Secret fashion show this year too.. go Cara!!

The Warriors

I have a soft spot for near-millenia fashion editorials. The perfect mix of optimistic clothing, risk-taking stylists, and that period where the 2000s were trying to be so un-90s but only partially failed, and gracefully at that. The Warriors appeared in US Vogue's July 2000 issue, and what a perfectly-executed theme it was. Just like in the movie, where gangs and cops rule the streets "in a future, dystopian New York City", these chicks repped their teams in Prada, Comme, and Jil Sander...complete with some hot mean mugs to boot.

Photographed by Anette Aurell & styled by Tal Brener