I am no stranger to the existential crisis. I believe no thinking woman is. Therefore, I keep a sense of resilience in my heart and a copy of Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow on my bookshelf. Keep reading »
Oh, Johnny Weir. It’s easy to hate a man with a better closet than me. But how could you hate someone in a rockabilly mullet who owns that sequin jacket?
The Olympian sat down with Stylecaster.com to discuss Karl Lagerfeld, ice skating costumes, and how “people are very afraid of what the world thinks of them.” Swoon! [Stylecaster.com] Keep reading »
“You’re more faux than the faux fur vest you’re wearing … which, by the way, is gorgeous.” LOL! This PopSugar video of Rachel Zoe meeting a Rachel Zoe impersonator would be funnier without the light saber fight (don’t ask). But you gotta love a celeb who can spoof herself, right? [Fab.PopSugar.TV] Keep reading »
There was crazy, screaming Mel Gibson audio #1. There was crazy, screaming Mel Gibson audio #2. And now … crazy, screaming Mel Gibson audio #3.
In this latest alleged argument, Mel yells the c-word at his ex-girlfriend/mother of his child, Oksana Grigorieva, tells her “you don’t count,” accuses her of leeching his wallet, and, oh, did I mention he acts like the textbook case of an abuser?
After the jump, I subject my ears to audio #3 of Mel Gibson’s alleged abusive rantings. Keep reading »
I’ve been wanting to buy a pair of TOMS shoes for a while … but not from Target. Browsing the shoe department at Tar-jay this weekend, I noticed a cute pair of navy-and-white striped canvas loafers with a straight cut across the top of the foot. Very nautical, very Connecticut. One problem: they look a hell of a lot like TOMS shoes. As you might know, the majority of TOMS shoes are canvas or linen loafers with a distinctive straight cut.
Coincidence? I’m not sure. But TOMS loafers retail for about $44. Target’s knockoffs only retail for $16.99. Keep reading »
Hugh Hefner: I think there is no single answer, no single road to Mecca. I have been married twice, and those were not the happiest times of my life. Part of the problem, quite frankly, is that when you get married, the romance disappears and the children arrive and the love is transferred. It shouldn’t be that way, but too often it is transferred to the children.
New York Times: There is more to life than being adored. There are other rewards to marriage.
Hefner:Unfortunately, they come from other women.
— Playboy‘s founder— who’s boning three times a week! — on why he’s still a bachelor at age 84 [NY Times Magazine] Keep reading »
Admittedly, I’m not the most devout “Gossip Girl” viewer. But, I don’t remember anybody getting preggo last season, do you? Did Vanessa have a bun in the oven? Is Dan paying for NYU by becoming a manny? And how fake does that plastic baby doll look? [7/12/10, Astoria, NY] Keep reading »
I guess it serves me right for trying to buy denim at Forever 21. But what can I say? I needed new jeans and was trying to be thrifty. Last week Annika, Intern Carli, Intern Lauren, and I hit up the ginormous new Forever 21 in Times Square after work and explored its many cavernous floors. We were looking at duds in one section of one floor when we noticed all the clothes were large-ish; then somebody realized we were in the plus-size section. We headed to the floor below and I told Annika I wanted to check out the jeans. I had to grab a sales associate, though, because the sizes only went up to 10 and I needed something bigger. “Over size 10 will be upstairs in the left-hand corner,” the saleslady told me. “You mean in the plus-size section?” I asked. She nodded. Keep reading »