It’s possible that nobody was smart enough to come up with an all-pug parody of Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony’s 1995 hit “First of Tha Month,” until now. But I prefer to think that the world just simply wasn’t ready for this much genius back then, and so we had to wait until we really deserved it. [Vimeo]
A friend of mine posted this on her Facebook wall this morning. I’m not sure if she was the one who snapped it, or if she grabbed if off of someone else’s wall, but either way, this little bit of guerrilla graffiti espouses a simple truth about advertising and marketing.
Canadian line Thieves by Sonja den Elzen is committed to sustainability and uses eco-friendly fabrics such as organic wool, organic cotton, peace silk, tencel and hemp. Her clothes are comfortable, wearable and (for the most part) affordable. Check out 10 of our favorite pieces from her collection!
Seriously, ladies, what is this fuckery? As we reported earlier, a Georgia bill criminalizing abortion after 20 weeks, with no exceptions for rape or incest, has passed Georgia’s Senate, and is expected to be signed into law by Republican Governor Nathan Deal.
This bill has affectionately been referred to as the “women as livestock” bill, after Representative Terry England noted that farmers often have to “deliver calves, dead or alive,” so therefore it shouldn’t be that difficult for a woman carrying a dead fetus to carry it to full-term.
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Lady Gaga might have run out of outrageous gimmicry this week. That’s the only reason we can imagine she tweeted this pic of herself fresh-faced and sans fards. “Have a beautiful day,” she tweeted. We kind of love her makeup-free face. What do you think? [NY Daily News]
Jane Aldridge is the 20-year-old behind the very popular fashion blog Sea of Shoes. She’s also, from what we can tell from the profile of her in the new issue of Texas Monthly, kind of a precocious brat. Aldridge, who still lives at home in Dallas, Texas, with her stage mother-ish mom Judy, seems to exist in some bizarre “Grey Garden”s-flecked universe, in which she and her mother are overly chummy, and spend their days on overly-elaborate photoshoots featuring Jane’s opulent shoe collection.
Right off, from the profile, we can tell that Jane’s got a bit of an attitude. ”Hello!” she huffs at the Texas Monthly reporter who is holding a pair of glitter Miu Miu booties. ”I’m trying to shoot those. Can you put them down?” Keep reading »