Stop the presses! The Olsen twins aren’t exactly identical at the moment. It seems that Mary-Kate decided to channel the dark side — of her hair, that is — by dyeing her typically blonde locks brown. The world is falling apart.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America bestows awards on new young talent each year and throws itself a major party. Last night was the big event, and designers and their fans turned out in droves to honor one another. And the winners are… Keep reading »
As a rule, I try and not wear things that are both shiny and skin-tight. One or the other is passable, but both at the same time is usually a style nightmare. And Kim Kardashian’s airport outfit kind of proves that, doesn’t it? Is the top a swimsuit? Did she borrow it from mom Kris Jenner? There’s really no excuse good enough — it just looks terrible.
Were you a horse girl when you were younger? I definitely was, from my horse-sticker-covered Trapper Keeper to my short but sweet stint with horseback riding lessons. Horses are just so majestic and pretty, am I right? But they’re also expensive and they poop a lot. So maybe instead of owning one, let’s consider just wearing one, mmkay? After the jump, 10 horsey-horse-themed pieces for your riding pleasure.
Mall retailer Express was really cutting edge in ’90s, so much so that it created a special “slang” guide for its employees, (presumably) so they could fluently converse with any and all manner of customer. But given that this manual was created in the late ’90s, during the era of “Beverly Hills, 90210″ and party rap, there are a lot of ridiculous entries in this list.
Of course, a lot of these terms are still in use — and are actually in the dictionary. Still, it’s funny to see corporate culture try and adapt to the streets. Some definitions, after the jump! Keep reading »
A Dallas-area man allegedly thought he could have his cake and eat it, too — by purchasing more than a million dollars worth of gifts from Neiman Marcus for his wife and letting his mistress (who worked as a personal shopper at the department store) get the commission on the sale. Now Robert Tennison’s wife Patricia Walker is suing the department store, claiming fraud. Keep reading »