Don't be alarmed by the weird wand.
"There’s definitely some overlap between my pots and the areola debate."
And the store continues their sell-two-items, take-one-off-the-market strategy.
Wall Street analysts are concerned about the level of aggressive ugly.
Including, but not limited to, Abercrombie & Fitch.
You know you had a pair too.
Bright, colorful, conscientious statement pieces, all made on our shores.
Don't let anyone tell you pleats are a bad thing.
Now everyone can wear the same rompers for spring.
Can a responsible feminist shop till she drops?
And here's Kate Hudson in ads for Ann Taylor.
Plus, Karl Lagerfeld is going to work forever.
Particularly from Urban Outfitters, it seems.
The death of hope, the resurgence of irony?
"The content is offensive and inappropriate for a teen."
It's the company's old chief accounting officer.
Plus, Alex Rodriguez wants a $17k store refund, "You Can't Fake Fashion" bags go on sale, and more fashion news.
A judge denied Urban’s request to dismiss the case.