At least one of 2012′s biggest fashion beefs has already been laid to rest in 2013.
Tory and Chris Burch have reached an agreement, putting an end to a messy, drawn-out lawsuit initiated by Chris Burch, over the sale of his stake in the Tory Burch company, WWD is reporting. To recap: Chris accused Tory of tortious interference with the sale process–meaning essentially that Tory was making it hard for Chris to sell his stake in the company for a fair price–as well as breach of contract. Tory Burch denied all claims and countersued over the perceived similarities between his new C.Wonder brand and Tory Burch.
While terms of the deal are confidential, Chris still owns a stake in Tory Burch and two new investors have also been brought on: BDT Capital Partners LLC and General Atlantic LLC made minority investments in the brand.
Right after the fantastic response our first post on fashion inspired by Walt Disney’s Tangled received, I’ve decided to extend the post to include inspiration from a few far more of the characters in the newest Disney princess classic.
For those of you who haven’t noticed the movie, Tangled follows the adventures of soon-to-be eighteen-year-old Rapunzel who, up until now, has been locked away in a tower by evil Mother Gothel. The story adds a new twist to the classic Rapunzel fairy tale and is positive to be however yet another Disney movie favored for all ages.
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Men’s hairstyles aren’t like women’s. Women’s hair trends are short lived, often lasting no more than a year. On the other hand, men’s hairstyle trends evolve slowly – and that’s the key to men’s hair trends in 2012. Each and every one of them has its roots in the hairstyles that were popular in 2010 and 2011, but each and every one of them also has evolved for 2012. Some have subtly evolved, others have split into several different hairstyles.
What’s the same, however, is that Fashionising.com is going to take you through each and every one of them. Below you’ll find a list of all of 2012′s key men’s hairstyles and haircuts. You can find a list of the key hair trends directly below, each with its own tutorial and styling insights. Below that you’ll find a full list of other hairstyles and haircuts for men in 2012.
As always, we’ll continue to update this guide with the latest looks and new tutorials through 2012. If you’d like to receive all the men’s hair trend updates, along with all our other trend guides, subscribe to Fashionising.com’s free fashion newsletter or our RSS feed.
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Six different parts played by the one model, interweaving spoken words that are less a conversation and more a tangled mix of thoughts and phrases, representing six split personas. This video by Noe is not something I can accurately describe or explain, but I can say that it somehow draws you right in with it’s unusual intrigue.
Filmed for the “Who’s Next” fashion show in Paris, Noe’s film features clothing from up and coming graduate designers. Watch for yourself after the break.
If there’s something proved by this shoot, its that you can make anything feel Gothic if only you add the right amount of dark eyeshadow, dark lighting and tangled undergrowth/feathers/surreal cascades of petals. This shoot has all of that. The brilliant thing about Tabitha Simmons’ styling, though, is that the words ‘Chic Gothic Glam‘ didn’t preclude her from using plenty of colour. Whether it’s a dress made from paillettes, a pretty red floating number, or pieces with oriental inspired prints, the ‘Gothic’ part always comes down mostly to hair, makeup, shoes – and setting.
Playing a drug dealer might seem quite a departure for Zach Braff, the witty star of Scrubs. But those who saw Garden State (2004), the film Braff wrote, directed and starred in with Natalie Portman, will credit Braff’s talent for creating a character who is touchingly real. In The High Cost of Living from writer and director Deborah Chow (it just premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival), Braff plays a drug dealer who accidentally hits a pregnant woman while driving the wrong way down a Montreal street in the dark. Braff subtly and masterfully reveals the decent guy beneath the shady surface, who makes a domino-like series of bad choices as the woman (Isabelle Blais) gradually falls for him. It’s a quietly brilliant performance, a complex zoetrope of alienation and loss, with a hard sliver of hope.
ELLE: What interested you about this role?
Zach Braff: I wanted to do something very different from Scrubs. I was finished with the show and when you do something for so long, it’s like, ‘Ok, let me shake it up.’ I was looking for a project and when I read this, I was blown away. I found it very moving and super-smart. I loved that the protagonist wasn’t a perfect person. The audience wrestles with whether they even like him. I was thrilled when they wanted me to do it. I say yes immediately.
ELLE: You bring many shades of grey to this character. How did you approach that?
ZB: I love it when you see a movie and it’s not, ‘I’m the good guy, you’re the bad guy.’ This movie was so relatable to me because like real human beings, we have good parts and bad parts of ourselves. We have days when we’re noble and days when we’re shit. This guy isn’t a bad person, but his circumstances had him living a life that was not a noble one. He was tangled, like quicksand. I didn’t want it to be a showy performance because he’s kind of a numb guy and I didn’t want it to be this epiphany and now he’s altruistic. Also, in so many movies, there is a giant arc. This is a very subtle movie.