Oh Carly, if anyone could pull off a long patchwork skirt, a polka dot tunic, leather boots, and a pile of beaded necklaces, it’s you. That being said, I’m not totally sure if you are actually pulling it off, but bless your folk-singing bohemian hippie heart for trying.
The cover of a recent issue of LOOK magazine features Rihanna looking, well, a little wonky, no? That’s because the photo of the singer is an exceptionally poor composite, cut and pasted together from two separate images. Rihanna’s head is from a photo taken on the red carpet of the “Battleship” premiere in Japan, while her body was from a photo shot at the Stella McCartney presentation at London Fashion Week. Oh, and her body was flip-flopped and her dress was colored pink instead of green. How creative! Why not just draw a picture of the Rihanna with crayons? Seriously. [Red Carpet Fashion Awards]
Sadly, while Photoshop is a necessary and helpful tool, it is often used to excess, especially when it comes to “perfecting” celebrity images. Just look at these other lovely celeb women who’ve suffered at the hands of an overeager Photoshopper.
Is this Ashley Tisdale outfit our favorite outfit ever? No. Would it be cuter if it wasn’t quiiiiiite as tight and revealing? Maybe. Even so, we are totally entranced by the color combination of the salmon tanktop and bright turquoise skirt. Accented with beige t-straps and a chunky gold watch, it’s a great look for summer. Check out our laid back version, plus shopping details, after the jump… Keep reading »
You may recognize Chris Hemsworth as the guy who played Captain Kirk’s father in 2009′s “Star Trek.” But more likely, it’s his role as Thor, the God Of Thunder, that comes to mind. Just don’t mix him up with his brother Liam, who’s dating actress/singer Miley Cyrus.
Chris has two huge films opening in the next couple of months. He plays the huntsman in “Snow White and the Huntsman” (June 1) opposite “Twilight” phenom Kristen Stewart. He also brings back Thor in “The Avengers” (May 4). Read more…
“It’s a strange thing that before you marry that it’s a custom to give a girl a rock. When you’re married, you should get the rock, and when you get engaged, you should get a simple band. It just seems like the engagement is weaker, so it should be the band, and when you get to the wedding, that’s the rock. It should be the reverse with the rings. People break up their engagements all the time, and then the guy loses the rock. It’s not fair to the man. The woman should stick it through to the end to get the rock. Of course, the real prize is the love.”
–Leelee Sobieski, at the premiere of “The Five Year Engagement,” on how she’d rearrange the whole marriage ritual if she could. Sobieski is married to the father of her daughter Louisanna, fashion designer Adam Kimmel. Makes sense to me. [NYMag.com]