Okay, it’s official. Diane von Furstenberg has had the very first NYFW collection where I’ve loved EVERY single piece.
Maybe it’s because I’m super into animal prints right now or because the radio has been playing Katy Perry’s “Roar” every five fucking seconds, but DVF’s safari-themed pieces are just what the doctor ordered.
“What I’m hoping is that people feel joie de vivre, happiness, and beauty in a world that is so rough, so unpredictable, and scary,” the designer said before her show. Mission accomplished. These clothes make me happy. I feel like I can rule the damn world in jungle-chic ensembles that bring out my inner wild child. But I still don’t know which one I want (hypothetically, because let’s be serious—I ain’t made of money)…
Click “Vote” under the look above that makes you want to show off your animalistic side!
New York Fashion Week is about half way over, which means we’ve already seen lots of good, lots of bad and LOTS of WTF. Thankfully, the two dresses above helped to restore my faith in what’s been hitting the runway. After seeing far too many dresses that looked like bath robes, there were these…
For starters, I’m a big fan of black and white. It’s a classic color combo and it looks good on prettttty much everyone. But there’s nothing wrong with color, either. The masterminds of Tess Giberson and Honor crafted the stunning ensembles above, combining three of my favorite colors. I. LOVE. THEM.
Which of these dainty frocks do you prefer? Click “Vote” below the dress of your choice!
Oh, New York Fashion Week. I do love all of the out-of-the-box, cutting-edge styles, but I’m fairly confident … wait … yep, I have both of these outfits. They’re hanging on the back of my bathroom door next to my loofah and soap-on-a-rope.
Which of these high fashion ensembles most resembles YOUR bathrobe (or at least the one you want if you don’t already have one?) Simply click on the “Vote” button below your insanely expensive choice to weigh in!
Ohh, the C-word. We’ve had many discussions about how it’s used, why it’s used, where it came from and whether or not it’s offensive, but this morning, one Miley Cyrus helped propel the word “cunt” back into the spotlight.
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Let’s talk about sex ba-by…
According to a new study in the Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, one in three young women are using withdrawal — aka “the pull out method” — as a regular form of contraception.
Withdrawal requires the male to pull his penis out of the female’s vagina (hopefully) before he ejaculates during sex, thus minimizing chance of pregnancy. While this is not an ideal method of birth control, it’s apparently pretty commonplace — and surprisingly, considered by some experts to be almost as effective as condoms.
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