With Amelia sweating it out in Tulum still, it’ll be a short but sweet WWWT. Things are improving slightly, weather-wise here in Ye Olde New York, so we’re cautiously bringing our spring wardrobe out of retirement. And one thing you haven’t seen in a while — and maybe won’t see again for a bit — my pale, sun-deprived legs. Click through for all the Thursday afternoon outfit madness.
Terry, Terry, he’s so very gross. But yet somehow celeb ladies (and reputable mags and newspapers, ahem New York Times) continue to work with the geezer. The latest collaborator? Rihanna, who did a shoot with Richardson at his Bowery studio on Wednesday. When will these ladies learn? [Terry's Diary]
Wellllll okay. We don’t have women at every age, but we do have women from 20 to 41 — in an attempt to show the variety of ways that women age. I’ve always been terrible at guessing how old people really are, and I’m betting I’m not the only one. Twenty-five can look totally different on two people, depending on diet, skincare, heredity and sun exposure (hello, Lindsay Lohan), and so can 40. But whatever your age, I think it’s important not to take it too seriously — you’re only as old as you feel, after all.
Anna Wintour expressed a rare bit of enthusiasm on last night’s “Colbert Report” in discussing President Obama’s support of gay marriage. “I am thrilled,” Wintour managed to get out with a smile, even. “There were tears in the office at Vogue today. I think it’s a long overdue endorsement. And oh, they also discussed the Costume Institute’s “Schiaparelli and Prada: An Impossible Conversation.” [Comedy Central]
“I wouldn’t mind knowing a little more about Fin. I’ve never been home. I don’t have a car. I don’t even know if I’ve kissed a girl in 13 years.”
–Ice-T, on his “Law & Order: SVU” character Fin, and Fin’s relative lack of back story. Not that anybody on the show has much of one, but we at least know a bit about where Stabler and Benson are coming from. Come on Dick Wolf, give the guy some storyline. [TV Guide]