Diane von Furstenburg’s Holiday 2008 collection is inspired by Wonder Woman, meaning there had to be a comic book to go along with the clothes. The limited-edition book “Be The Wonder Woman You Can Be: The Adventures of Diva, Viva and Fifa” is published by DC Comics, so it’s legit, and proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit Vital Voices, a non-profit dedicated to empowering women. Check out pages from the book here, then go out into the world and “Be the Wonder Woman You Can Be”; Wearing a DVF wrap dress while doing so is optional but will earn you bonus points. Keep reading »
Before Michelle Obama appeared in a Thakoon dress at the Democratic National Convention, the designer had no idea she would be wearing one of his creations. “I saw her on TV and I couldn’t even look, I was so embarrassed from being excited,” Thakoon Panichgul said. And now we’re embarrassed for being so excited because Thakoon has been named the next GO International for Target designer! Come December, all of your holiday party dress needs will be answered — if only finding presents for everyone in your family were as easy. [WWD] Keep reading »
Halloween comes but once a year, and unless you’re dressing up for your boyfriend, you probably won’t have a chance to put on your sexy nurse garter until next October. But there are a ton of things at Halloween stores that you can make use of after the holiday.
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Reader Kristen Nyren snapped this photo inside Fort Washington in Maryland.
Have you seen graffiti that’s kind of sweet (even if it is against the law)? Send us a pic at firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep reading »
Levi Johnston has been laying low since his big appearance at the Republican National Convention, but, at last, he speaks! Levi had a chat with the Associated Press the other day while standing in his parents’ driveway, saying he isn’t being forced to marry Bristol Palin, and that he’s “looking forward to having him” — the “him” in question is his baby with Bristol, due Dec. 18. But some of the things mentioned in the AP article got us thinking about whether he’s really ready for fatherhood.
- He’s Forgetful: While some might say Levi getting Bristol’s name tattooed on his finger is a really sweet sign of his devotion to her, he really did it because he lost the promise ring she had given him and thought he’d lose other rings if he replaced it. So, he might lose other important things, like his child.
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