D&G Objectify Men; Don't Flash Your Undies; Chloe Sevigny, Fashion Designer; MySpace Fashion for Teens
By Nick Burns
Dolce & Gabbana are in trouble for their smoldering hot ads, this time, the company has received complaints that the current advertisements—which depicting a group of whips-and-all dominatrix women toying with naked men—objectify the men. If any of you have a problem with this, please raise your hand. I didn't think so. [WWD]
Show your bum, do not pass go. Go directly to jail! Many towns across the U.S. have enacted ordinances that ban sagging jeans and showing off your Superman underoos. Now what can they do about celebrities not wearing any? [NY Times]
Meet Chloe Sevigny, the latest celebrity to wield a sketch pad and debut a clothing line. Sevigny announced last night that she will debut a small collection for Opening Ceremony, the chic NYC boutique of the moment. Don't get me wrong, I love me some Chloe, but all these celebrity fashion lines are really starting to eclipse the real talents in the industry. [Fashionista]
Get the scoop on MySpace's new fashion portal, just in time for NYC Fashion Week. It's exactly what you expect: Teens and tweens giving their two cents about clothes from designers they've never heard of. Christian Dior who? Isn't he in my algebra class? [NY Times]
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