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Everything Kate Middleton Has Worn So Far on the Royals’ Trip to America

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Image: Getty

This weekend, while some of us were huddled in our living rooms avoiding the dreary, drizzly weather, Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton arrived in New York City on the first leg of their visit to America. Will and Kate are no strangers to dampness and drizzle, so they set out on their official visit, smiling and waving for the cameras in true royal fashion. Of course, we will be tracking their every move during their stateside trip and keeping tabs on every single thing Kate wears. Below, the sartorial exploits of the Duchess of Cambridge: American edition. (more…)

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Ksubi Eyewear Launches Online Store

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Photo: Ksubi Eyewear

People, Ksubi is well and truly back in business. After a brief receivership hiatus late last year, followed by a comeback collection the following October, Ksubi is making the most of its return with the launch of a stand-alone online store created specifically for its eclectic eyewear range. 

The store has opened with Ksubi’s current Spring 2014 collection and the capsule line of original Ksubi eyewear designs, just in time for summer. Ryan Nix, designer for Ksubi eyewear, says in a news release, “The new store provides us with the opportunity to showcase the current range in its entirety along with a limited supply of hard to find Ksubi classics.”

But the store isn’t just about showing off its edgy sunglasses within a visually-pleasing online layout — apparently the online shop was born to cheer up Ksubi lovers both locally and globally. “The past few seasons has seen continued success for the Ksubi eyewear brand and as the global fan base grew, we were eager to provide a home for international customers to shop the eyewear collection,” Ryan says.

If you’re keen to check out the extensive range, with prices ranging from $159 to $289, head over to Ksubi Eyewear’s new online store here.

 

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Yumi Stynes Fires Up at “Sexist” Journalist Who Criticised Her 6-Month-Old Baby’s Outfit

Yumi Stynes has fired back at journalist David Campbell and called his actions “sexist” after the writer criticised her 6-month-old baby’s red carpet outfit on The Daily Telegraph‘s Sydney Confidential column.

David wasn’t impressed with the fact that Yumi’s bub, Mercy, wore only a nappy to the Sydney premiere of Paddington, deeming the half-naked getup as a “fashion faux pas” which looked “plain weird.” A father himself, David even went on to suggest that the only worthy excuse for such minimal clothes would be a “poo explosion” en route to the premiere.

Yumi Stynes

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As you can imagine, Yumi wasn’t happy. The media personality took to her Twitter account yesterday afternoon to express her disgust at David’s comments, suggesting that men control the way women, of all ages, dress. Here’s what she had to say: (more…)

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Link Buzz: Amal Clooney Is Not Pregnant, Brad Goreski Gets Engaged

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  • No, Amal Clooney is not pregnant so you can just forget about fawning over her pregnancy style for the next 6+ months. [People]
  • A look at every wildly expensive Victoria’s Secret Fantasy Bra. [The Gloss]
  • W magazine’s Stefano Tonchi says they “used” Kim Kardashian for that 2010 cover… unlike Paper who was clearly being “used” by Ms. Kardashian. [Page Six]
  • Iceberg’s Alexis Martial could be going to Carven. [Vogue UK]
  • Did Grumpy Cat’s owner really make $100 million in two years or not? Either way, we know that we need to start considering changing careers. [Vox]
  • Brad Goreski got engaged to his boo of 13 years, Gary Janetti. [E! News]
  • Here’s Solange Knowles’ wedding photo, recreated with badass Barbie dolls. [@saintrecords]

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Urban Outfitters Wins the Award for Most Racist Holiday Party Concept Ever

image via Gawker

image via Gawker

In SMH news today, Urban Outfitters leads the competition for this year’s most racist corporate holiday party. Gawker got hold of the retailer’s invite for the grand event and this year, the theme seems to be Orientalist minstrelsy, with the invitation encouraging guests to put on their best in offensive regalia. 

UO’s corporate powers-that-be invite employees to don their best “juttis, kurtas, turbans, saris, lehenga cholis and harem pants” for its holiday party, whose theme seems to stem around lampooning and exoticizing Desi culture because, why not? They wear colorful scarves and funny hats! Plus, minstrelsy is totally making a comeback in the U.S. so it’s a very on-trend theme.

Sigh. What’s it going to take for people to realize that ethnicity/culture is not a costume? Think pieces? A better education? A swift kick in the pants?

Urban Outfitters has been called out on numerous occasions for racially/ethnically insensitive wares. Lest we forget that time they labeled a completely random T-shirt colorway OBAMA/BLACK or when they sold all those fake Navajo products.

It seems like the folks at Urban Outfitters simply can’t help themselves but be as offensive as possible whenever the opportunity arises. You would think that after having to be consistently schooled in lessons of propriety and sensitivity, Urban Outfitters would know better than to pull something like this, but you know what they say about common sense. It just ain’t as common as you think.

[via Gawker]