Some of the most controversial fashion editorials allude to violence and crime, which is why a Matt Irwin shoot for the June issue of Dazed & Confused likely will raise a few eyebrows. Referencing Patrick Bateman from 'American Psycho', the photographer both previews the autumn/winter menswear collections and captures an alternately crazed and blase murderer with his weapons of choice.
Is it too much to show a blood-spattered man with a knife across his mouth? Is this any better or worse than the Dolce & Gabbana ads that have been accused of referencing gang rape? Should we just focus on the clothes? Look at the pictures, and then tell us your take.
Well, that's what she's trying to tell TV networks. Jessica Simpson is reported to be working on a reality show called 'The Price of Beauty', which sees the singer and a friend travel the world to see what people find pretty and why. Plastered across the tabloids for her fluctuating weight, Simpson wants to expore how women's bodies are scrutinised.
So far, the show hasn't been picked up by network bosses. Would you watch?
The US District Court judge assigned to the Trovata v Forever 21 case has declared a mistrial, after a California jury failed to make a decision on whether designs from the budget-priced brand infringe on intellectual copyright. This comes after reports of possible misconduct from one juror.
The case could have been a major landmark in copyright protection for fashion brands, but it looks like we'll have to wait for that.
It takes minimal effort to get yourself to New York Fashion Week this September. By casting an online ballot for your favourite American designer in the CFDA's new Popular Vote category, you'll be registered for a chance to win two free show tickets. Bonus: you can cast multiple votes, which means better odds of snagging those coveted seats.
One of 100 designers will take home the people's prize at the CFDA Awards this June 15. We're not saying who'd get our vote, but...
Artist Tracey Emin - a favourite of Naomi Campbell, Jerry Hall and Elton John - sported a shirtdress and biker boots to a preview of her 'Those Who Suffer Love' exhibition at White Cube in London yesterday. Does she look like a work of art?