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Lindsay Lohan, Menswear Tube Tops and Celebrity Hate Tweets

  • Kempt Staff

[caption id="attachment_27188" align="alignleft" width="217"]J.W. Anderson Lead J.W. Anderson's London Fashion Week presentation[/caption]

Numerous Squats: Miraculously, Four Pins has tracked down the diary of a male model from the only runway show that mattered during London Fashion Week: J.W Anderson’s haute-baby-prostitute-meets-menswear presentation.

Lo and Behold: Here’s what happens when you cast Lindsay Lohan in an already-questionably-financed film.

Tweet and Sour: In the spirit of being laughed with instead of laughed at, celebrities read mean tweets about themselves.

Real Talk: Complex counts down the ten unspoken truths of the not-so-hospitable fashion world. Brace yourself.

Don’t Call It a Comeback

  • Najib Benouar

Gentlemen, today we come bearing good news: Lindsay Lohan has returned to form. Interview caught up with filmmaker Richard Phillips to get an exclusive peek at his Art Basel 2012 entry: a short film harking back to the surf aesthetic of yore (Endless Summer et al) and starring one Ms. Lohan, looking as vibrant and even-keeled as ever. It’s artsy stuff, sure, but we’ll make an exception for this—especially if it means we’ll be getting more Lohan on this end of the press spectrum. It’s no Parent Trap, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction.

Watch a snippet of surf, sand and those piercing emerald eyes after the jump.»

Hedi Slimane, YSL and Why It Matters

The gentleman before you is Hedi Slimane, occasional photographer and sculptor, and (as of this morning) official creative director of Yves Saint Laurent, a post once held by Tom Ford, Stefano Pilati and, just 12 years ago, Hedi himself.

It’s big news in the capital-F Fashion world, but it should make a difference for anyone with lapels—even if you’re not keeping an eye on runway shows. So we’ve put together a quick guide to why you should care...

A quick dialogue on why Hedi Slimane matters»

The Reentry: December 19

Minor nuclear weapons power dictator and bouffant hairstyle icon Kim Jong Il has died.

So ronrey, indeed.

If it seems like the 2011 holiday season is endless this time around, that’s because 2011 has blessed/cursed us with five weekends in December, the third of which saw the Iraq War officially come to a close, Christian Bale roughed up by Chinese thugs and, in our opinion, the best Saturday Night Live in over a decade.

Oh, and Playboy’s sales apparently weren’t affected by those leaked naked Lohan pics...»

Candice Huffine is an Active Furniture Shopper

Black Label: In honor of the new Jack Daniels label, the Journal provides a visit from the ghost of packaging past. [Wall Street Journal]

Fine Art: Remember that Lindsay Lohan video? Sasha Grey just got the same treatment. [V Magazine]

They Are Equally Dangerous: The tale of two vices: a Bloody Mary and an intricately patterned belt. [The Trad]

Ready for Their Closeup: A detailed look at Alden’s suede penny loafers. Don’t worry, they remain penniless. [A Headlong Dive]

Madonna, Trends, and Sweet Sweet Freedom


Not Actually Like a Virgin: Lindsay Lohan continues her tour of glamour girls with Madonna circa 1986. She and Sam would make a pretty good Sid & Nancy, now that you mention it. [Glamour]

Get Your Trends Here!: The spring trend report, hot off the presses. [Men.Style]

Freedom ‘09: Another set of well-worn workwear from Mr. Williams. [A Continuous Lean]

Making Waves: Patagonia’s sustainable model starts to attract some notice. The mountain-climbing part continues to be a bit niche. [PSFK]

Tadai Gets Rich, Topless Lohan, and the Swan Song of Mickey Rourke


Don’t Mess With Lohan: Lindsay Lohan does another set of topless snaps, courtesy of Hedi Slimane. Does this count as a step forward? [FashionIndie]

In Japan, Thermal Wrap Wears You: Tadai Yanashi, the owner of Uniqlo, is now officially Japan’s richest man. Suck on that, Shigeru Miyamoto! [Luxist]

It’s Fundamental: Esquire starts to read again…as we slowly stop reading Esquire. [Esquire]

Mickey Mouse Club: Vulture imagines the sublime trainwreck that could have been the Mickey Rourke acceptance speech. [Vulture]