I’m so accustomed to seeing penises scrawled on Reese Witherspoon’s face on those “This Means War” posters that it’s refreshing to see graffiti that’s not an ode to the male anatomy. Oh, I’m sorry. Are we not supposed to call it “graffiti”? Is it called “street art” because the doodles are on posters for “Mad Men,” which is a classy show? So be it. It’s “Mad Men” street art. And here are 10 that are pretty clever. [ONTD; Best Week Ever]
Astrology can be a powerful tool to better understand yourself, but it’s also a fun reminder of the great qualities each of us possess. I’ve teamed up with astrologer extraordinaire Katelyn Kollinzas to compile a list of things that make each sign uniquely awesome. Whether you’re astrology-obsessed or just curious, check out your zodiac love letter for a little confidence boost. And, of course, tune in next week when we explore the not-so-awesome side of each sign!
A sign that I am not a real “fashion” person is that I do not generally like or appreciate the Italian label Marni. And if you don’t gush and die over Marni then you cannot really be considered a fashion person. I think it’s in the rule book. But that’s fine by me because I think Marni makes clothing that your sort of crazy high school art teacher would have worn, if teachers made more money. So it’s sort of shocking to me that despite disliking the incredibly expensive designer label, I am actually loving the collection Marni has put together for H&M. Best of all, almost everything is under $100, with the most expensive item, a coat, being $129. Click onward to see 30 pieces from the collection — including bracelets, necklaces, and dresses — all available March 8. [Fashionista]
Plaid. Why not pepper your wardrobe with a couple of plaid pieces? Pair a plaid shirt with dark wash jeans, or a plaid dress with solid black tights. Tartan — don’t tart — it up!
Photobombs are so much more fun when they involve celebrities, especially when famous folks are on both ends of the explosion. Adam Scott and Lizzy Caplan got Jon Heder and Will Forte good at the “Eastbound & Down” premiere party. Bonus to Adam for flipping the bird while bombing. That’s a move right there. Click on to see more celebs caught photobombing other celebs. [Uproxx]
This past week, the NAACP hosted its annual Image Awards luncheon and pre-awards show gala. Some of the African-American community’s biggest celebs turned out to fete the organization at both events, but not everyone was appropriately dressed. Click through to see who rocked it, and who better get a new stylist before tonight’s main event.
Hollywood is filled with blondes — both bottled and born — doing their best Marilyn Monroe imitations. Courtney Stodden, teen bride, was just the latest in a long, sordid trail of celebs to break out the pin curls and red lipstick when she did a photo shoot as the star in Hollywood this week. I’m pretty sure Norma Jean is rolling over in her grave. Seriously: stick a fork in this look ’cause it’s done.
This week, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week came to a close. In many ways, our fashion future has been foretold — what we saw on runways this past week will directly influence what we wear next fall and winter, whether we purchase the actual designer ready to wear (fat chance) or H&M’s take on the trends. It’s always interesting to see how real people take what they see on the catwalk and reinterpret it to make it work for them. Perhaps the best example of this are the attendees of the shows. Unlike a red carpet appearance, celebrities, models, editors, and questionably employed It girls turn up in pseudo-casual ensembles fit for the most stylish impresarios on the streets. Here’s my 10 picks for the most covetable looks on attendees at NYFW.
There are two camps in The Frisky office — the Goslingites [Ahem, see the reasons to love him, below. -- Editor] and the JGL-ers. I happen to fall squarely in the latter camp — and so I’m thrilled that today is Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s 31st birthday. Never change, JGL! In honor of his birthing day, I’ve assembled a list of 31 reasons we love JGL. Get on board, why don’t you?
This week, we can thank the Grammy Awards for some very special Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha moments. Click through to see this week’s crop of ridiculous hemlines, and remember, if you spot a Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha offender, email me the link at firstname.lastname@example.org!