New at barneys: Irene Neuwirth. New at harrods (UK): Tom Ford Private Blend London. New at macys: Jimmy Choo Exotic, Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir. New at neimanmarcus: Jean Patou Joy Forever.
The end is near on How I Met Your Mother. “Sunrise” saw the beginnings of Robin and Barney’s wedding day and the conclusion of two major conflicts. There are only six weeks left in this swan song, and after last night it’s going to be hard to say goodbye. The Players: Director: Pamela Fryman Writers: [...]
So Ted and Robin took Barney’s disappearance in stride, literally. The former couple went for a walk on the beach and talked about their relationship as the sun rose on the morning of the bride’s wedding — you know, as one does. After the spit-take-worthy scene of Robin floating up... More »
If innovation is a key sales tool, Barneys of New York has mastered the trade in this Spring’s new Barneys To Tackle Transgender Issues With Spring Campaign - -
Another well-styled editorial from New York institution Barneys. This time the focus turns to American label James Perse, a favourite among those who enjoy a good bit of jersey, the store has mixed simple cotton pieces with layers from labels such… Barneys Latest Lookbook Puts The Focus On James Perse is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
Robert Carlyle makes his diretorial debut starring in this drama about trouble Scottish barber who stumbles into a murder plot. [...]
An adaptation of Douglas Lindsay's The Long Midnight of Barney Thomson (the first book in his "Barney Thomson" series) is on the way to the big screen, Variety reports. Emma Thompson, who recently starred in Saving Mr. Banks, will headline...Show More Summary
Getting in some quality time with his little guy Mason Disick, Scott Disick ran a few errands in Beverly Hills on Friday (January 31). The father-of-two sported a green shirt and light washed jeans as he and his adorable son droppedShow More Summary
American Apparel selected a 62-year-old model for their latest lingerie campaign.
Melt some butter and pop some beers. We’re feasting on king crab tonight … What the heck! I ain’t eating no purple crab. It looks like Barney the dinosaur with pinchers. Or maybe a bug that swam in a neon grape Slurpee... Employees....
The high fashion retailer will be using seventeen diverse models for its Spring 2014 catalogue, the first clothing company to do so.
This week's fashion news? Barneys does something radical, Vogue preps for the Super Bowl, and more! Read the full post Web Snob January 31, 2014 which appeared first on Snob Essentials.
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Today, Barneys introduced its spring 2014 campaign. It's titled "Brothers, Sisters, Sons & Daughters," and it stars seventeen transgender models photographed in black and white by Bruce Weber. Read more...
We’re not exactly fashion-forward gays — at first, we assumed “Barneys” was a store for licensed merchandise from the children’s television show. But the department store has really dazzled us with an amazing tribute to trans folks. Seventeen men and women grace the store’s new “Brothers Sisters Sons & Daughters” campaign. Some are professional models; […]
Working closely with the National Center for Transgender Equality and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center, Barneys New York launches a campaign designed to boost trans visibility. Featured Image: read more
Barneys' stunning and elegant campaign is called "Brothers, Sisters, Sons and Daughters" and stars 17 transgender men and women photographed in black and white by Bruce Weber. More » 17 Transgender Models Star In Barneys’ Groundbreaking Ad Campaign is a post from TheGloss - Get the best women's beauty, make up, hairstyles tips. Show More Summary
Barneys New York has partnered with the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) and the LGBT Community Center (The Center) on its spring campaign which features 17 transgender models and "hopes to help break stereotypes and build social acceptance of...
In a departure from its traditional spring marketing, luxury retailer Barneys is launching a campaign to raise awareness about transgender issues. Barneys’ campaign, called “Brothers, Sisters, Sons & Daughters,” is the latest in a long history of trans-acceptance by the fashion industry. Show More Summary