Let's discuss. I respect Yayoi Kusama's work as an artist and saw photos of her art work and they looked fascinating. However, I wasn't too amused by the fashion collaboration. I mean they looked too... ordinary. I personally much prefer the Murakami collection. This is my initial verdict...

*Deep breath* I guess this is where I have to add the preemptive disclaimer that what I talk about in the "Let's Discuss..." column is not necessarily the viewpoint of MTV, Viacom, its subsidiaries or the youthful production assistants whom I adore but share few references with because I am...

ANYWAY, this is sort of a late pass and was considered for a "Let's Discuss" a couple of days ago and then swiftly forgotten about because I have the attention span of a sparrow fart (hmm... wait, birds don't fart. But do allbirds not fart? I know that's why seagulls explode if you feed them...

Typically, for our "Let's Discuss" franchise we throw up a topic so that we can engage in a forthright and spirited discussion about whether or not we like or dislike something, but in this case we'd like to foist our fervent opinion that these here shoes are seriously fug. The "Alex" pump...

Is this happening? Did I dream this so I could have theeee perfect post for this morning's "Let's Discuss"? I mean, this is brilliant, right? Did some saboteur slip on Miuccia's whole body skin and wig to gallop into her work area to scrawl what they thought to be the FUNNIEST most FUGLIEST...

*OK, for real, promisepromisepinkyswear, tomorrow will be another trend report for "Let's Discuss." I really didn't know this post would turn into THIS post when I started out.

Do you think it's cool to see so many interpretations on he same designs? Or are your eyeballs bored out of their sockets? Tell us in the comments! Anna Wintour on the cover of WSJ. Magazine, and Amanda Seyfried on the cover of Marie Claire. Photo: Courtesy of WSJ. Magazine/Marie...

US Vogue editor Anna Wintour Jean Paul Gaultier thinks Anna Wintour is "monstrous". The flamboyant French designer insists he wasn't a fan of fashion movie The Devil Wears Prada – which is thought to be based on the US Vogue editor and her offices – because he doesn't think it was true to...

It's terrible and you almost can't look at it, but it has been driven by a great journalist – Anna Wintour – who wants all women to be like her and to dress the way she does." Of course it's not the first time a high profile designer has slammed Anna Wintour. Remember when Jean Paul...

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