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Karl Lagerfeld Has Free Reign At Chanel

Karl Got Arrested
Oh, is he racially insensitive? Color me shocked. Read More »
Karl And Frank Ocean
The Kaiser does not look pleased, but does he ever? Read More »
Karl Meets Chat Lagerfeld
Things get really, really weird. Read More »

“They let me do anything I want.”

― Is it any surprise that, while most other designers are subject to concerns of budgeting and other logical limitations, the House of Chanel (owned by the Wertheimer brothers) stops the inimitable Karl Lagerfeld at nothing? Suddenly, the spectacular runway shows ― the life-size plane in the Grand Palais, the 265-ton imported glacier, last week’s event in a roofless Scottish palace at the height of winter ― make that much more sense. [Fashionista]

Amanda Seyfried Shows Off Her Secret Talent

Amanda's Spinach Diet
Amanda Seyfried eats spinach and seeds. Yum! Read More »
Amanda Plays Lovelace
Mark Wahlberg as Dirk Diggler
Plus, other actors who have played porn stars. Read More »
Amanda's Dog-Walkin' Style
Pretty cute, Amanda, but not quite as cute as your dog. Read More »
Amanda In Vanity Fair
Upstaged by a dog yet again. Read More »

She’s flooooooaaaaaating! [InStyle via Celebitchy]

Benicio Del Toro Holds A Naked, Unconscious Woman On A Magazine Cover (NSFW)

Banned Cover
Magazine cover of Azealia Banks with a condom is getting banned. Read More »
Levi's Controversy
Levi's bigwigs spoke to The Frisky about their Curve ID jeans problem. Read More »
Dakota's Ad Banned
Dakota Fanning banned Marc Jacobs ad
Dakota Fanning's ad for Marc Jacobs was deemed too provocative. Read More »
Jenna's Controversial Ad
jcrew jenna lyons ad nails photo
Painting her son's toenails = gay propaganda! Gasp! Read More »

Can we all agree that Benicio Del Toro is the hottest? Okay, now that that’s out of the way ― there are two narrative scenarios that could plausibly have led to this L’Officiel Hommes cover. One, he’s a hero! Our distinguished knight-in-a-Dolce & Gabbana-suit Benicio discovered this girl, naked and vulnerable, perhaps in the forest, jungle or along the beach, and has come to her rescue. Which is sexist. (However, Benicio, if you feel it might be appropriate at any time to come rescue me, I would hardly object.) The other: he has murdered, bludgeoned, drugged, or otherwise rendered her unconscious himself. Not necessarily sexist, but definitely terrible. Which story do you prefer? Either way, I don’t suspect the magazine will be stirring up much controversy with this photograph. L’Officiel is French, after all.

Well Played: Amanda Seyfried Is A Baroque Vision In McQueen

Amanda Plays Lovelace
Mark Wahlberg as Dirk Diggler
Plus, other actors who have played porn stars. Read More »
Amanda's Dog-Walkin' Style
Pretty cute, Amanda, but not quite as cute as your dog. Read More »
Amanda In Vanity Fair
Upstaged by a dog yet again. Read More »

Amanda Seyfried is pretty consistent in serving it up hot on the fashion front, though it’s also entirely possible that I am merely hypnotized into thinking everything she wears is great by virtue of her crazy-perfect face. This Alexander McQueen gown is all sorts of stunning, and Amanda’s fair-skinned pre-Raphaelite beauty is the ideal complement. She looks like she stepped right out of the 17th century, provided they had enough black eyeliner back then.

Love It Or Leave It: Anne Hathaway’s Avant-Garde “Les Miserables” Premiere Look?

Les Mis Love Lessons
Love lessons from Les Miserables. Read More »

Anne Hathaway certainly isn’t the first celeb to shed her sartorial inhibitions with her long hair (see: the Miley Cyrus metamorphosis), but she has proven herself to be far and away one of the most daring. If last week’s love-it-or-loathe-it Givenchy gown wasn’t proof enough for you, this elaborate Tom Ford look should do the trick. Anne is working the Rooney Mara angle pretty hard here in this black high-necked column dress, but turn her ’round and there’s some kind of attached cape situation going on, too. Add the strappy thigh-high bondage shoes (boots, perhaps?) into the mix and you’ve got yourself a look for sure.

One of the key attributes to pulling off an ensemble this ambitious is looking like you know what you’re doing, also known as confidence, and Anne has that in spades… so I’m not hating the overall effect probably half as much as I should. I just think the lady is kind of working it. What say you?

Is Anne's daring look doing it for you?

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“Photoshop In Real Life” Is Exactly As Troubling As It Sounds

Photoshopped Venus
Check out Venus without her curves. Read More »
Photoshopped Dudes
Women aren't the only ones who've suffered from Photoshop. Read More »

There’s no such thing as “too perfect” in the age of Photoshop. Reconstruct eyes, mouths, noses, cheekbones, entire faces? Turn real, blemished human skin into smooth sculpted porcelain? Make full thighs slender, small breasts large, protruding bellies flat? Well, if you can do it, then why not? We’re so accustomed to the image of widespread flawlessness that permeates our pop culture-consumed social climate that our own physical errs seem, frankly, unnatural. If we could apply digital image-altering tools to our flesh-and-bone beings, would we ― and how? “Photoshop in Real Life,” a photo series by Hungarian artist Flóra Borsi, uses satire to explore the darker implications of vanity insofar as we vie to alter ourselves to meet unattainable standards. Check out the rest of the photos after the jump, and more of Flora’s work at her Facebook page. [PetaPixel] Keep reading »

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