The Venice Film Festival is the sleepier cousin to the Cannes Film Festival, which is why, despite the fact that we’re two days into the fest, there’s been relatively few major celebrity sitings. We don’t mind, though — it gives us the opportunity to ogle random French and Italian ladies, instead. Check out some of our favorite (and least fave) looks from the fest, so far.
Embellished collars are an easy way to take your outfit up a notch. We’re really digging the added glamor a studded or sequined collar can add to an outfit, so we’ve chosen 10 blouses and dresses with an extra lil’ somethin’ somethin’. And bonus! Each of these bangin’ blouses and dresses is under $100.
As summer winds down and the evenings start cooling off, we’re reaching for transition pieces to throw over our tanks and summer dresses. A blazer is always a good bet, and as these stylish celeb illustrate, there are about a million ways to wear it. Click through to check out how the stars are wearing their blazers, and stay tuned for a shopping guide later this week to help you snag the ideal blazer of your own!
As a former actress, I feel twitchy when I hear that an actor uses the Method. What that means essentially, is that the actor feels they need to immerse themselves in the role, on and off screen, in order to give a believable performance. This can be something relatively harmless like taking boxing lessons to prepare for the role of a boxer. Or doing something more intense, like dropping acid in preparation for an acid trip scene.
This is what Shia LeBeouf admitted to doing for his film “The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman.” He actually set aside a day to trip on acid to make sure he was prepared. Keep reading »
Looking for a work wardrobe staple you’ll reach for again and again? You can’t go wrong with a classic pencil skirt. Flattering and professional, pair your pencil skirts with blazers, cardigans, and ruffled blouses, and amaze your coworkers with your ability to never go out of style. If you’re in the market for a new pencil skirt, we rounded up 10 awesome options in a variety of colors and sizes, all for $50 or less. Click through to check ‘em out!
I’m currently in the throes of growing my hair out, which requires patience, precision and a will of steel. It’s all I can do to not chop it all off into a pixie cut again, but then I remember that my ultimate goal is to have long, flowing hair, so I can do fun stuff to it. Fun stuff like dye it multiple pastel shades or a bright, bold color. Culling through these pretty pastel-flavored hair shots makes me practically itchy with glee. So while I sweat out the next year of hair growing to get my long waves back, I’ll be keeping these tacked up to my inspiration board.
Tell us: What’s the craziest color you’ve ever dyed your hair?
“I was crawling on the floor. I remember throwing up. … I remember being on the floor … I have never felt anything quite like that. It was so visceral. It’s like someone has killed you and you have to live through it and watch it happen … It was awful.”
– Emma Stone recalls her first (vomit-inducing) heartbreak in a conversation with director Cameron Crowe in the latest issue of Interview. (Check out the awesome Mikael Jansson photos above!) Girl, I think we can all relate to that feeling. My first true heartbreak — when my fiance broke things off — left me bedridden, save for mandatory dog walks, for three days. The upside, I think, is though you may love others more in the future, the feeling of that first heartbreak is never repeated quite as acutely. Do you agree? How did you respond to your first heartbreak? [Interview]
Boobs and ass crack. You’d think it’d be easy to tell these two types of celebrity cleavage apart. But sometimes, given an odd angle, a creative outfit or plastic surgery, it can be more difficult than you think. Click through and see how well you can decipher the celebrity and their cleave. Good luck! You’re gonna need it.
According to The New York Post, St.JollysArt.com is a website featuring the artwork of the Jeffrey Johnson, the 58-year-old man who killed his former manager in front of NYC’s Empire State Building last week, and eventually died at the hands of police. (Nine innocent bystanders were injured by police gunfire.) Keep reading »
I’m in Los Angeles all week for work — right now I am working by my hotel pool, which is so very difficult – so what everyone is wearing back in The Frisky’s New York office will be as much a surprise to me as it will be to you…