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Since they were 6-months old, the Olsen twins grabbed America's attention and haven't let go. Their lives and careers have been a whirlwind of excitement, craziness and scandal, but none of that has stopped them from building their brand. But what the Olsens are known for most of all is their fashion sense. From the moment they were put in the public eye, Hollywood's favorite twins have been fashion icons. Mary-Kate and Ashley continue to set trends, but most remarkable is how the looks they popularized in their early years are still inspiring celebrities and fashion icons today. So to honor our favorite twins on their birthday, we have compiled their greatest trends of the early '90s, and how other celebrities are copying their looks in 2013!
Juanes, Joy and Jesse Huerta, and Shila Durcal hit the XIII Annual Latin GRAMMY Award Nominations announcement; Kim Kardashian hosts the Midori Makeover Parlour; Robert Forster and Malin Akerman step out for LACMA Film Independent's Hotel Noir event; hip kids party with Wasteland and LA Canvas for the fashion issue release—get the scoop on what went down at Tuesday and Wednesday's biggest events in L.A. in this double dose of Last Night's Parties.
While we may be complaining that Montauk has been taken over by more Hampsters than we can count, it seems that the real 'Hipster Hamptons' exists a mere 115 miles West of The Surf Lodge. And just what place could be more hipster than a place that posts "No Fedora" signs? Rockaway Beach! While the area has been in varying states of decline for years, it seems this stretch of beach in the Queens has been recognized as a hot summer spot for hipsters. More»
Hipster Cop, the well dressed neighborhood watch dog of the youngsters protesting at Occupy Wall Street, broke his uber-coolness by having a little freak out (that was caught on tape) yesterday. Just as technicians were doing a soundcheck at an outdoor stage at Broadway and Stone for a permitted performance by self-described "protect band," and former Le Tigre alum, JD Samson & MEN, Detective Rick Lee stormed up yelling to turn the volume down by half and shouting at another protester to "shut up!" at the May Day rally. Check out the video after the jump... More»
The sketch comedy show “Portlandia” was one of the first of its kind to comically showcase the hipster lifestyle when it premiered last year. It thrusts hipsters into the mainstream of pop culture, but the truth is hipsters have been on the rise for quite some time now. Whether you love them or hate them (they don’t care), check out a few of the most densely populated areas where hipsters reside. More»
If Mark "The Cobrasnake" Hunter is anything besides a world-famous party and fashion photographer, he's an educator. And among the many subjects on which he is qualified to teach is the complicated and confusing world of hipster fashion. But wait, you say, isn't hipster fashion a lawless wasteland of hoodless sweatshirts and lensless glasses where anything goes? Well, yes, in a sense, but this is advanced stuff, and diving in unprepared could get you shunned. So with the help of this Cobrasnake gallery of the BESS LA + cobrashop Sale Launch Party, let's get you up to speed. More»
According to completely accurate statistical analysis, the borough of Manhattan beats all when it comes to HPC (hipsters per capita). Like, whatever. More»
While Georgetown students are known for their SAT scores and packed agendas, they're also adding to their social resumes, carrying some of the best trends, throwing some of the wildest parties and definitely leaving their mark on the District.
Now that we've all worn out our NYE sequins, watched the ball drop, and officially accepted that our 2012 resolutions will soon be broken, its time to decide what is headed front-and-center in the new year...and what will be buried in the 2011 graveyard.
Photo from VoyVoy's Welcome Back Bash
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.