What’s a girl to do when you go out drinking sans purse and pockets? Your ID and phone sure aren’t walking themselves to the bar. If you’re anything like CJ and her well-endowed friends, you let your bra do double duty as both rack support and small-item storage.
From reader responses, it looks like CJ’s not the only one with a “chest of wonders.” You guys shared the crazy things you’ve had nestled in your cleavage, whether on accident or on purpose. Read more … Keep reading »
We (kinda) fell for the April Fool’s news item about Lady Gaga designing for Alexander McQueen. Curses! Now, for all kinds of celebrity fashion line news that’s actually true:
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Amelia and I are unabashed winos. Many of our IM conversations go like this: “What’d you do this weekend?” “Watched TV with a glass of wine. You?” “Same.” Lately, we’ve been thinking maybe we should get out of the house more often, so why not take the party with us? Normally, we’re not boxed wine kinds of ladies (some attempt to stay classy), but we’d possibly convert thanks to this nifty wine purse that allows you to tote your booze. Note the handy spigot for pouring whenever, wherever. Picnic in the park, anyone? Or on the couch? [Geekologie] Keep reading »
We are officially horrified. Snuggie has decided to make a genuine fur
backwards bathrobe product line, which will be endorsed by some serious star power. Not that we are PETA-crazed or anything, but no animal should ever have to die for a Snuggie! And speaking of PETA, you know they got all up on this shiz. The group slammed the slanket makers via spokesperson Pam Anderson, who said, “It is disappointing seeing stars like Aretha Franklin and Madonna glamorize dead animals. I have the pink Snuggie and would love a faux-fur one.” Girl, you lost us at “I have the pink Snuggie.” Anyway, the animal rights activists are already prepping a counter campaign. As for the unnamed celebrities endorsing the fur Snuggie, we think Kanye and Amber are shoe-ins. [TreeHugger.com] Keep reading »
When we heard of Jimmy Choo’s collab with Uggs, we jokingly took a stab at what we thought “Chuggs,” high-heeled fuzzy booties, would look like. Behold Stella McCartney‘s latest footwear creation which, although it looks like the product of a kooky partnership with Birkenstock, is in fact her own doing. The pumps take after the hippie shoes by borrowing signature elements like the leather buckle, molded interior, and cork sole. We’re not sure what Stella was smoking when she designed these, and moreover, why she’d slap a $600 price tag on them. If you’re that into them, why not just stick some twigs in the heels of your earthy sandals? (It’d be more environmentally friendly anyhow.) [NY Daily News] Keep reading »