NewsFeed’s Feifei Sun rounds up the brilliant and bizarre from this week in fashion.
Another Way of Looking at Weiner. The New York Representative can’t get the press to stop talking about his Twitter flub, but one publication is critiquing Weiner’s style. [WWD]
Reversible Denim. We love this concept. But when the jeans cost $163-$207, we might as well buy two—three, even—pairs of pants. [The Frisky]
Solar Swimwear. You can now sunbathe all day without worrying about your iPod running out of battery. Designer Andrew Schneider’s designed a bikini that’s solar-powered and capable of charging your music player. The suit is hand stitched and costs nearly $200 to create. [NYP]
A Designer for All Women. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi wore a white, vintage Thierry Mugler ensemble to the State Dinner for Germany on June 7. The label’s a favorite of Lady Gaga’s—her infamous egg pod arrival at the 2011 Grammy Awards was a collaboration with Mugler. [The Cut]
GAP Goes High Fashion. Diane von Furstenberg, designer of the iconic wrap dress, will collaborate with the retailer on a collection for GapKids and babyGAP, set to hit stores March 2012. [InStyle]
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