Burberry, a company best known for f***ing plaid (houndstooth FTW), recently held a runway show in Beijing featuring holographic models. Which, fun fact: eat just as much as real ones. DAMMIT JEM, YOU TELL THAT BAND OF YOURS TO POUND SOME CHEESE-FRIES, STAT! Admittedly, the holograms do look pretty impressive, they're just a little ridiculous to see all dressed up because holograms don't actually care if they're butt-ass naked, just as long as they're shiny and people think they're from the future they don't give a fuuuuuuuuuuu.
Hit the jump for 35-seconds of holographic modeling set to 'You Don't Own Me'.
This is a pair of single spiral high heel (that's kind of similar to this thing) from designer Julian Hakes. It looks like something you'd see in a cheesy futuristic movie. It's not though, it's a real shoe and you can buy them in a bunch of different colors for around $205. ... / Continue →
Australian clothing company Black Milk is back at it, this time with an R2-D2 minidress (previously available as a swimsuit) and a Han Solo one-piece. My goodness, is there anything sexier than-- "bikini models?" No, I was going to say Han Solo holding a blaster pistol. TRUT... / Continue →
This is a recently released mini-dress (~$105) and set of leggings (~$80) from Black Milk Clothing (of all of these other crazy ladywear things fame). Just a heads up about black milk though: DON'T F***ING DRINK IT. Brown milk? Go for it. Chocolate milk is my jam -- I drink... / Continue →