You know, everyone else has already said this, but I’m going to go ahead and state the obvious: Kelly Osbourne is looking more and more like her Prince of Darkness daddy-o every day. And so is her foxy fiancé, Matthew Mosshart. What do we think? Illuminati? Definitely Illuminati. [Photo: FameFlynet]
Hey guys! We missed you yesterday. Let’s catch up! How were your weekends? Did you enjoy our best of WWWT? I sure hope so, because, you know. It’s our faces, and stuff. (A full disclaimer: I’m probably the most vain, so that’s why I’m also the most frequently absent from this feature. I just gotta be 100 percent, you know? I like to present a united front, and today I’m wearing my younger brother’s Old Navy boys’ section flannel from, actual year, 2003. So no, there will be no photographic documentation.) Amelia, Ami, and Julie are all looking super-fresh today, and we even managed to lure our Marketing Manager Sophie in, so come check ‘em out…
Of all the beauty products in the world, powder probably gets the worst rap. Just the name conjures images of chalky, pasty texture and little puffs and getting it all over your clothing… but it doesn’t have to be that way! Not anymore, at least — I can’t vouch for my grandmother’s generation, but the newest incarnations of powder are silky and sheer and, used as a base or patted over finished makeup, give a refined, soft-focus finish that blurs imperfections and pulls your whole look together. These 5 powders (3 loose, and 2 game-changing holy-grail pressed versions) are guaranteed to change your mind, once and for all, so put down the puff, pick up a fluffy powder brush, and get started (yeah, it’s that easy)… Keep reading »
“Chiffon” and “crocodile” are two words I have never before seen occupying the same sentence. Well, Hermes must have noticed, because they’ve officially tapped into the niche “things that are made of chiffon, and also of crocodile” market that there is such a massive demand for. Hermes is just the best like that, you know? Those patron saints of all the stuff you really need whipped up this super-awesome men’s t-shirt crafted from “an innovative lightweight dyed crocodile,” which sounds kinda sweaty. It’s also retailing at the totally reasonable price of $91,500 at the brand’s Madison Avenue store, right next to a whole range of other chiffon crocodile shirts running from $60,000-$100,000. Which, psh. Pocket change. I have that tucked into my bra right now, don’t you? I will be sorely disappointed if Scott Disick isn’t photographed wearing this in a few weeks’ time. In the meantime, here’s some other stuff you could buy for $91,500, you dummy. [Fashionista] Keep reading »
I love silk: it’s the perfect lightweight layer under a cardigan or pullover, and a good washed silk shirt is perfect for channeling that louche-luxe vibe I’m always after. These 10 silk tops and tanks will be right at home in your wardrobe come spring — just be sure not to get iced coffee on ‘em, like I always seem to…
I’ve suffered from depression for much of my life. It’s generally well-controlled, thanks to a carefully calibrated hybrid of therapy (which I’ve admittedly been slacking on) and psychiatric drugs, but when I’m feeling down about something or other, I find that my usually-rational brain takes it upon itself to think terrible, terrible thoughts. Honestly, I mentally berate myself to an extent that I wouldn’t subject my worst enemy to. I have plenty of pretty unhealthy habits, but this is probably the worst one because it has zero benefits — nothing can ever come from it but more negativity. Lately I’ve been making a conscious effort to stop and re-channel my energy into something positive, so today while I was looking into the mirror and putting on my makeup, I decided to think something nice about myself instead of my usual, God, you could really use a nose job. And I thought, I am really, really good at cat eye liner. I do it every day, and it only takes me a few minutes, and I only fuck it up, like, once a week.
Of course, feeling good about my ability to execute flawless cat eyes only goes so far. How do I intend on maintaining the positive energy? By sharing it with you, of course. Behold, my top tips and products for the perfect cat eye, every time… Keep reading »