The Fashion Police are an imaginary police force who spend their days hunting down fashion crimes and arresting fashion criminals. Because The Fashion Police like to give credit where credit’s due, they also like to draw attention to those items of clothing they think are worthy of praise.
Despite the name, however, The Fashion Police aren’t here to tell you what you should or shouldn’t wear. Our site is intended to provide a lighthearted, irreverent look at the fashion world, and to offer our readers a forum to discuss and debate what they like and what they don’t. We hope you’ll think of us, not as the dictators of style, but as the gossipy girlfriends you can share your honest opinions with: like who does look good in harem pants, and why does the fashion press insist on trying to foist 80s fashion on us all the time?
Most fashion magazines will give you guidance on how to make “difficult” trends “work” for you, and tell you the must-have item of the season is a £500 pair of shoes. We tell it like it really is, and try to provide a voice of reason that can sometimes be lacking in the fashion world. If you don’t like it, you don’t have to wear it, whether it’s “hot” or whether it’s “not”. They’re just clothes, after all: and isn’t fashion supposed to be fun?