Sometimes, fashion editorials and advertisements show models covered in so many layers of makeup and fancy clothes that we can’t actually see their faces, let alone recognize their natural beauty. What do models look like when stripped of the talents of makeup artists, stylists, and photo-retouchers? Click through to see 15 models going natural. We have to admit, they still look pretty darn amazing.
Bristol Palin has kept herself busy lately, raising son Tripp, acting as a spokesperson for the Candie’s Foundation, speaking at various events, and now posing for Harper’s Bazaar. Keep reading to see what she had to say about the state of her love life and what it’s like to be a single mom. [Harper's Bazaar]
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Reader Janessa snapped this photo down the street from her house: “It’s on the side of an industrial building. I especially like how they used the hearts to cover up the graffiti.”
Have you seen graffiti that’s kind of sweet (even if it is against the law)? Send your pic to email@example.com. Keep reading »
Everyone’s favorite plus-size model Crystal Renn posed rather suggestively for an editorial in Tush magazine. Nothing goes better with a bouffant and Chanel earrings than a sucker and lil’ side boob! [Design Scene] Keep reading »
If you didn’t get invited to the premiere of “Sex and the City 2” (don’t feel bad, we didn’t either), you can still feel like you’re there. Right now, the video above should be livestreaming what’s going down on the red carpet. So, stay tuned to hear what Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall, and Kristin Davis have to say about what they’re wearing, and, you know, life and stuff. Keep reading »
Keeping electronics’ power cords organized is really annoying, so we’ve gotten in the habit of wrapping them up with rubber-bands. The nice thing about rubber-bands is that they don’t cost much (especially if you steal them from work), but they aren’t very cute, and sometimes the rubber rots, causing them to snap out of nowhere. Lufdesign’s Leaf Ties do the same job as rubber-bands, but in a rather elegant, nature-inspired way. But is it silly to spend $7 (plus shipping) for 12 ties? [Lufdesign via Design Scene] Keep reading »
Since the whole world seems to be in bloom right now, we’ve decided to swap our plaid and plain-colored button-downs for tops covered in floral patterns. These spring shirts look just as good with skirts or nice pants during the work week as they do with shorts on the weekend. Plus, some cost as little as a bouquet of real flowers, and they won’t wilt after a few days.