All you need to know about the man-pajamas that are so on trend this season, courtesy of Marc Jacobs and André Leon Talley: "It's all about home, and lounge, and louche." [via Fashionista]
We really don't like how much people hate on Sarah Jessica Parker (she's had our hearts since Hocus Pocus) but her new cover of Harper's Bazaar is...not great. Why did they Photoshop her that way?? [via Dlisted]
Robin Givhan wrote a missive on the difficulty of separating the business side of fashion from the personal. The whole piece is worth a read, but we especially like this paragraph: "No other industry creates -- through its products, marketing, and business dealings -- such a misleading and malignant sense of intimacy as fashion. Clothes, after all, speak not just to who we are, but who we would like to be. When fashion designers are truly on their game, they can anticipate a shopper's unspoken desires, vulnerabilities, and secret aspirations. Fashion engages the public in such a deep relationship that observers take it personally when the models are too thin, the clothes too expensive, or the silhouettes too unforgiving." We really wish she'd go back to writing columns.
A pregnant Kim Kardashian covers DuJour magazine. It's her first pregnant photo shoot, but probably far from her last. [via Fashionista]
Watch Alan Cumming hang out with his younger self in this fashion film for Julian Zigerli. [via Selectism]
Love the new Adidas Originals x Opening Ceremony sneakers. [via Selectism]
The Tom Ford show was a crazy "Cross Cultural Multi Ethnic" show and Cathy Horyn, Sarah Mower and Tim Blanks agree that it tows the line between good and bad taste but in a good way. [via Fashionista]
Lanvin opened its first standalone men's store in the US, and it's only a few doors down from their women's store on Madison avenue. Needless to say, I want to go to there. [via The Fashionisto]