The 50 worst celebrity fashion accessories of all time, compiled by New York magazine, includes: A pink and green wig with a pair of green and pink “fingers” on the ends.
A red wig that has a pink wig attached.
A wig with two “finger” extensions, one of which is pink.
A pink wig with pink, pink and purple hair extensions, all of which are on the head.
A hat that has an attached “fingernail”.
A pair of pink and white sunglasses that have pink, purple and blue sunglasses attached to them.
A pair in a pink and blue wig that have “fingertips” on each side of them.
The list goes on.
The magazine also points out that many of the items on the list aren’t actually items that people would wear themselves.
It is an “illustrative and often hilarious” list, the magazine wrote, adding, “The fact that the ’50 worst’ fashion accessories were made by people who have no intention of actually wearing the item they’re listing does not negate the fact that they’re terrible.”
In other words, if you don’t wear your pink wig, then it’s not your hat, and you’re not bad.
The 50 best celebrity fashion items for women source New England Journal of Medicine article We’ll leave you with the most popular items on this list.
If you haven’t checked out our favorite celebrity fashion trends, here are the five that should have.
The 20 most popular celeb fashion items article The 20 best celebrity style items for ladies, by The New York Times, is a pretty good list, too.
But it does include some items that are downright awful, like the $400,000 dress that was worn by Scarlett Johansson in the movie Titanic.
And it also includes some items you would wear, like $100,000 designer sunglasses, which are available for only $1,000.
(You can get a pair for $250 on Amazon.)
In other news, the Associated Press has added a section on fashion that focuses on celebrities who are famous but have a low social media following.
You can read more about that here.
The 10 most influential people in fashion today source The New Yorker article Here’s the 10 most important people in the fashion world today, by the Associated the New Yorker.
The editors say, “There are few people who are more influential than the fashion industry’s two most important executives, John Galliano and J. Crew’s president and CEO, John H. Browne.
Browne, who’s the company’s vice president of design, has become a global icon.
His company’s logo is on everything from the iconic sweatshirts of the ’80s and ’90s to the latest fashions and fragrances.”
The New American has the full list of influential people.
The 100 most influential Americans in fashion article The 100 Most Influential Americans in Fashion: In alphabetical order, we’ve gathered some of the most influential men and women who have changed the fashion game and helped define a generation, from fashion designers like Ralph Lauren and Ralph Lauren Brothers to the fashion executives who made fashion the most visible and visible of the last decade, from designers like Dior, Calvin Klein and Gucci to the designer who created the first line of fashion clothing for women, Hedi Slimane.
The full list can be found here.
And here’s the full 100.
The 15 most influential celebrities in fashion now article The 15 Most Influentially Influential People in Fashion Today, by Vogue: From the first woman in fashion to the first man in fashion, from the first to the last woman in the business, from Louis Vuitton to Zara, from Jean Paul Gaultier to Victoria’s Secret, from Alexander McQueen to Beyonce, from Tom Ford to Gucci, from Naomi Campbell to Marc Jacobs, from Calvin Klein to Chanel to Guppy, from designer Tom Ford and designer Gucci; from the designer to the artist to the actor to the writer to the director to the star to the creator to the publisher to the entrepreneur to the athlete to the magazine to the brand to the parent to the politician to the sports star to all the others.
The Vogue list has an incredible mix of important people, like Marc Jacobs and Chanel’s Hedi and Victoria.
(And they’ve also been the subject of a lot of controversy over the years.)
Here’s an edited version of the list, edited for length and clarity.
We also included some of our favorite items from the list.