Here are the numbers. The iPad 2 starts at $499. The ALAÏA ipad case above? $820.
If you’re wondering why it’s so expensive, the answer is we don’t know. Yes, it’s made from calf-hair and lined in leather, but couldn’t you buy like a while herd of cows for $820.
Spotted in Miami, N.Y.C. and soon enough, in an inner city near you! Behold, the no sagging pants sign.
Don’t you kind of wish they sold these things in bulk? I certainly wish I could go around nailing one up every time I saw a little delinquent’s nasty drawers. I know you’re rocking the latest Louis briefs, but I’m sorry, I just don’t want to see them.
The same, however, goes for thongs. Pull your pants up people!
Because there’s an app for that. On Facebook, of course.
The good folks over at Rodan + Fields (yes, the same peeps behin Proactiv) just launched the Age-o-Meter tool on their Facebook page and it’s some scary stuff.
But also totally addictive.
This is me now:
And this is me in 26 years:
Yikes, right? They have the option to share the pic, but why on earth would you ever want to?
Cool bottle, right? $3000 cool? I’m not so sure.
What you’re looking at is Thierry Mugler’s Angel Collector Superstar Eau de Parfum. It’s available and saks.com and yes, it really is $300.
Why? I do not know. Perhaps it is the 250 Swarovski crystals on the bottle or maybe it’s the fact that this “limited edition apparition of opulent luxury is exceedingly rare, with less than 100 pieces existing in the universe.” Either way, would you ever, under any circumstances, spend this much on a single bottle of eau de parfum?
Yup, they’re glowing. Well, not now, but they can glow.
Introducing Naked & Famous Denim’s Glow in the Dark jeans for men. They’re coated in a glow-in-the-dark wash, so all you have to do is charge them in the light for an hour or so then head out to the club. Once the light go down, all eyes will be on your…. jeans. Your glow-in-the-dark jeans.
Get Yours: barneys.com
Oh yeah, you know you want one. No, not really? Okay, yeah, I guess it does sound kind of gross. But there is an actual restaurant that sells this sh*t, I mean stuff.
So if we already have donut hamburgers, what’s next? Grilled cheese between two cookies? Pigs in a cupcake? Brings a whole new meaning to playing with your food…