Congrats to Amy C from Ohio who won yesterday’s Tim Gunn Bobblehead sweepstakes. If you’re not Amy C, you can still win! Enter HERE today and tomorrow for two more chances to pick up a talking mini-version of your favorite fashion advisor. Keep reading »
Last night, I had the most glorious dream. It didn’t involve me making out with anyone, but there was a celebrity in it. I dreamed that Michelle Williams and I became total BFFs. We met at a dinner party, where she took my number. Then, we started hanging out, and, eventually, she even let me babysit Matilda while she was presenting at the Oscars or some awards show.
Amelia has had some rather pleasant dreams, as well. Once, she dreamed that she was Rihanna’s understudy. She had to perform in place of Rihanna, and then she got it on with Chris Brown [FYI, it was totally a threesome. -- Editor]. No doubt she had watched this video before going to bed.
Now, we want to hear your weird celebrity dreams. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org telling us about the strange star-filled thoughts that filled your head one night, and we’ll post our favorites on Thursday. Sweet dreams! Keep reading »
Sure, dressing up for Halloween is fun and all, but buying a costume that you’ll wear for one night seems like a waste of money. We suggest you put together an ensemble from your own closet, then splurge on a little piece of jewelry that invokes that spirit of the season but can be worn all year. Diamonds make spiders seem a whole lot more appealing, don’t they?
1. nancyrosetta Sterling Silver Ghost Post Earrings, $21; Sterling Silver Ghost Pendant, $22 [Photo: Etsy]
2. Iwona Ludyga Itsy Bitsy Spider Earrings, $430 [Photo: CatBirdNYC.com]
3. BeadsInTheBelfry Along Came An Arachnid Sterling Silver Earrings, $45 [Photo: Etsy]
4. ANORIGINALJEWELRY Silver Spooky Arch Back Cat Necklace, $38 [Photo: Etsy]
5. Below14th The Scream Necklace, $36 [Photo: Etsy] Keep reading »
We have a major crush on Tim Gunn. Ever since the first season of “Project Runway” premiered, we have adored the man who advises contestants to “make it work,” even when their designs look like a 2nd-grade art project. Now that season five has ended, we still have “Tim Gunn’s Guide to Style” to get our weekly Tim Gunn fix, but now we have him whenever we want him because Bravo is selling a Tim Gunn talking bobblehead doll. Buy your own for $24.95. Okay, carry on, people. Keep reading »