Updated Apr 13, 2012 - 8:54 am
Fashion Friday - Hunger Games and Dangerous Louboutins
Okay guys, it's been a while, but I'm back!
Let's start off with some fun fashion news for Friday the 13th…
First and foremost, have you heard about Calvin Klein's new 'Katniss' dress? I knew the Hunger Games would certainly inspire a lot of different things, but not high-end fashion. Check it out here:
Oh, and if you're interested, the beige frock will set you back $5,000. But at least you'll battle in the arena in style!
Speaking of Hunger Games, it's become quite the theme for weddings recently. Buzzfeed posted a wedding photo gallery (beautiful photos too, I must say). The bride carried a bow and arrow, held colorful berries in her hands, and incorporated a mockingjay pin into her wedding cake.
And finally, rounding out the odd fashion stories, a woman in San Francisco is accused of attacking a man with the heel of her Louboutin shoe.
The woman was outside a San Francisco bar when she understandably took off her heels in exchange for some flip flops in her purse (it's hard walking in those things, you know), when a man accidentally knocked over one of her treasured Louboutins. So, of course, the man accompanying the woman punched the guy in the face. I mean, WHO kicks your Louboutins? The man who committed this fashion crime was taken aback and asked why he was punched over a shoe. That angered the woman, who took her heel and smashed into the guy's skull. The man is okay, but after spending the night in the hospital, he posted a photo on Facebook and Twitter and offered a reward of $500 for the name of the Louboutin-wielding attacker. More on this story here.
Happy Friday, fashionistas!
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