Rachel Zoe is Done With Reality TV, J.Crew's $1,000 T-Shirt Explained, and More!
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Say it ain't so, Zoe! In a recent interview, Rachel Zoe revealed she's not looking to sign on for another season of her popular reality show The Rachel Zoe Project. “We’ve done five years. I think it’s time to probably move on,” she says. True, but what's wrong with just one more year? [Capitol File]
"That t-shirt costs how much?" is probably what you're saying if you've seen the Fall J.Crew Style Guide. One of the tops featured has a price tag of almost $1,000. Why, you may ask? The tee apparently has more than 35,000 crystals, sequins, beads, and paillettes, each applied by hand in a process that took more than three days. Now here's the real question: pay rent or get a tee, rent or tee? Hmm... [Fashionologie]
Rashida Jones just got so much cooler. And no, we didn't that was possible either. Jones and her sister Kidada posed for Polaroid shots — yes, Polaroids!— for Band of Outsiders' Fall/Winter 2013 Campaign. Major nostalgia and awesomeness ensues. [Refinery 29]
In the ultimate fashion power play, Cara Delevingne and Karl Lagerfeld joined forces for the September issue of Numéro magazine. Lagerfeld photographed the 21-year-old British model looking demure as ever for the French magazine's cover. Do we sense a little artist-muse relationship budding? [The Front Row View]
Got $440,000? If you said yes, well you're in luck! You can officially buy everything in the September issue of Harper's Bizarre. Hooray! If that's a little too pricey for you, perhaps try shopping Cosmo's issue, which rings in at $15,000. Maybe if we start saving now, we'll be ready for next year's issues? [Refinery 29]
Stop what you're doing: Cher's closet from Clueless is a real thing now. Don't deny it, you've been dreaming about a computerized closet like Cher's to help you find just the.perfect.outfit. Well, your dream may be a reality very soon. Swivel, a new virtual try-on program, lets you try on makeup, clothes, and accessories — all on screen. The program is meant for use in stores now but may eventually move into the home. Just one step closer to having the life we've always imagined. [Huff Po]