Irish born designer J.W.Anderson has finally done it: a spectacular autumn/winter womenswear collection available for us girls. Presented at this past London Fashion Week, I can imagine it will sell out like hot cakes. And it will look perfect alongside our J.W.Anderson clad boyfriends—a collection which can be seen here. I'm already making a list and it's adding up to be the majority of the collection. -Molly Donovan
A beautiful video for a beautiful song (that opens with a reference to the lyrics of Biggie Smalls, no less). (Via Pitchfork.)
Facepaint, historical references, and hilarity from Hold Your Horses!
What Claudia Wore is a fashion-blog dedicated to the endless inspiration that is Claudia Kishi's wardrobe in The Baby Sitter's Club. We're almost at a loss for words to describe how happy this makes us.
Former Swedish top model Lina Scheynius made her debut in London last week exhibiting some amazing photography. The location was beyond incredible, in the back room of a shop that sells dead snakes in jars among other oddities. The dreamy, surreal shots evoke feelings of lust and longing for summertime. Definitely worth checking out. -Molly Donovan
You'd think since buckled shoes are all the rage lately (and don't for get about Ann Demeulemeester's buckled corset belt) that think something like this Madison Marcus mini skirt would have come along a lot sooner. Could see this one inspiring a ton of DIY projects. X - Jen
A German company has won the rights to brew Fucking Hell beer, named after the German town of Fucking and a term for a light ale, "hell." In 2004, the town of Fucking had the option to change its name—so many of its signs were being stolen—but residents of the ancient city voted against it. (Via The Morning News.)
Video director Jake Davis's series of Test Shots are street style come to life, with a little bit of piano thrown in for good measure. Beautiful. Davis has also trained his lens on Joshua and Travis from Street Etiquette.
Teale Talbot's Friend of Mine label makes pretty girls look tough and tough girls look pretty, and she takes its name from a Bob Dylan track. Solid all the way around.
Confession: We've been stalking the Hopi Botanicals blog for word of new products. They're trickling in and this is definitely one of the coolest: Black Amber Balm, a solid perfume that is black in the tin, but clear on the skin.
Family Books is setting up Thirty Days, a temporary NYC outpost from April 8-May 7. Curated by David Jacob Kramer and Sammy Harkham, the interior of Thirty Days is designed by Paper Rad's Ben Jones, and in addition to what they're known for—small press books and zines—Family has also curated an event lineup that includes Meryl Smith, Sumi Ink Club, Sonic Youth, A.M. Homes, Will Oldham and Fred Armisen. If you don't already have a reason for a trip to NYC, then you just found one.
Sexy, bad-ass, catwoman style shades. I want. I want. I want.—Molly Donovan