Let’s talk about Places I Wish I Had Been Last Night: Chanel fêted the 80th anniversary of their “Bijoux De Diamants” collection here in New York and, as one can always anticipate from an occasion hosted by the illustrious French fashion house, a host of starlets and socialites alike showed up in their Lagerfeld finest. Let’s take a look at the best (and slightly questionably)-dressed of the elite crowd…
Remember when they used to bring out the gummy worm and crumbled Oreo “dirt” cake at elementary school Halloween parties and it was, like, the greatest thing ever? I might have been particularly enthusiastic because I was eating a lot of actual dirt in my day-to-day life (my brothers and I used to play “restaurant” out in the garden and it was considered quite rude not to take a bite of a freshly-made mud pie), and Oreo dirt had a much more pleasant flavor. Anyway, the point is that just because we’re adults doesn’t mean we can’t still cook up some spooky Halloween-themed food. I found recipes for everything from puff pastry intestines to shrunken head cider (and check out the Dexter blood slide candies up on the top right! So cool). Click through to check ‘em out…
We’re convinced that extreme sex positions were created to make us common folk feel like we are failing at sexual intercourse and therefore, life. We’re all for adventure and experimentation in the bedroom, but does that have to involve getting penetrated while standing on your head? We think not. Considering that the longest we’ve ever held a headstand in yoga class was for, oh, about five breaths (and that was while balancing against the wall after months of practice), we don’t think we’ll be engaging in upside-down-sex anytime soon. Unless we have years to train for it. Maybe Sting and Trudie can pull it off, but the rest of us are laughing our asses all the way to Missionary.
Click through to see a breakdown of sexual positions that we know are completely impossible and why. You’re not fooling us, Kama Sutra!
Do you recognize that dreadlocked white boy? It’s Brad Pitt, looking nearly unrecognizable in a photoshoot for Interview. Brad donned a blonde, dreadlocked wig for the shoot, and also got into character as, like, a pompadour-sporting gangster, a dude with an eye patch, a thin-mustachioed dandy, and a vaguely Billy Ray Cyrus-esque character that may actually just be Brad in his normal daywear. I’m pretty confused by the whole thing, but I also kind of like it. Really glad he doesn’t usually have dreads though. Not cute. Check out his interview with director Guy Ritchie at the link! [Interview]
Looks like Matthew McConaughey is the latest in a long line of celebs to drop a pretty shocking amount of weight for a role. In recent days McConaughey has been spotted around Austin looking downright frail after losing at least 30 pounds on a liquids-only diet to prep for a movie called “The Dallas Buyers Club.” As the actor recently explained to Larry King: “It takes a while for your body to understand that it has to feed off of itself and that you’re not going to give it something else from the outside.” Damn. Suddenly we really want a donut.
So, what other celebs have gone to dieting extremes for the sake of their craft? Who lost the most? How did they do it? Check out our gallery to find out! [Huffington Post]
Try as we might, there’s just no denying that it’s fast approaching winter coat season. And we say, why bother with some boring monotone black pea coat? Go for color and pattern in your winter wear. That’s why we’ve selected 10 colorful, pattern-rific winter coats for your perusal. Enjoy!