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Baseball may be America’s pastime, but growing gross facial hair seems to be the preferred hobby of Major League Baseball players. For reasons unknown to us, goatees and flavor savers reign supreme in ballparks around the country. Click through to see what which baseball players have facial hair we’d like to shave off (if they haven’t already done it themselves).
For last night’s party in Cannes celebrating fancy jewelry company Chopard’s 150th anniversary, Marion Cotillard paired a metallic jumpsuit with a French twist that wound its way up her head, ending in a bang-like bun. What do you think of Marion’s rockabilly hairdo? I think the front part resembles a croissant or some other delicious French pastry. Keep reading »
The Fourth of July is just over a month away (47 days, to be exact), which means you still have plenty of time to order this scary Norma Kamali eagle tank top from Walmart. Dressing in red, white, and blue is easy and expected; wearing our national bird shows true patriotism. [$8, Walmart] Keep reading »
Mannequins are meant to represent us, because it would be, you know, inconvenient for a real human to stand around all day, displaying clothes. But these substitute humans are often strange and occasionally scary. Click through for 10 interesting mannequins.
Above: To celebrate Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” coming to theaters, French department store Printemps put out mannequins with human bodies and rabbit heads. How creepily fantastical! [FocusOnStyle]
The Cannes Film Festival continued over the weekend, and so did the glamorous red carpet looks. “Blutiful,” “You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger,” and “La Princesse de Montpensier” were among the films that premiered, with Naomi Watts and Evangeline Lilly looking amazing in multiple outfits apiece.