Would you take your clothes off for Kathryn Hull? The budding twenty-something designer of Deshabille Lingerie sits down with The Frisky to discuss whoâ€™s wearing her panties, creative freedom, and whether romance is alive and kicking.
Honestly, I designed clothes for various companies for years and I found that I personally loved to wear black and grey colors with simple and classic silhouettes without a lot of trims and crap. But, when I designed I gravitated towards lace, pink silks, and uber feminine fabrics and color palette. I had this internal struggle and so I began to thinkâ€¦what can I do with this? How and where can one wear this?
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We love Bea Arthur, Charlotte Rae, Sally Struthers, and the chick who played Mona on Who’s The Boss?. We love Sex and the City. Combining them all is near perfection. [Good Vibrations Blog] Keep reading »
Check out the new print ad for Gossip Girl. I’m not entirely convinced this particular one is real, because I saw a similar version in my Us Weekly yesterday that only said “OMG” not “OMFG”, but whatever, I can’t find that one online. And this one has CHUCK, who’s hot. [Jossip] Keep reading »
Last night was American Idol‘s “Idol Gives Back” show, in which a ton of celebs show up to encourage viewers to donate money to Idol’s charity, which distributes the funds to various amazing organizations around the U.S. and in Africa. Seriously, some of the footage shot in Africa and in some of the poorest areas of the U.S. gave our tear ducts (and our checkbooks) a work out. (We also discovered an unbelievable fondness for Miley Cyrus. Weird.) But oh my god! Heart performed with Fergie and it was friggin’ awe-some. Check out the Wilson chicks belting out “Barracuda” above. Then head over to AmericanIdol.com to get the scoop on donating to their very worthwhile cause.
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The first Bachelorette‘s pick, Ryan Sutter, has written a blog for Momlogic called 10 Things You Donâ€™t Know About Dads. After reading the list, one stood out as something weâ€™d rather not know: â€œ#1 – Even when youâ€™re about to breast feed, we get turned on because weâ€™re guys and we just see boobs.â€ Whoa, man. TMI! Whatâ€™s a lady supposed to say? â€œWell, when our baby frees up the boob itâ€™s all yours, daddy?â€ Although, everyone knows itâ€™s hard to grow together as a couple over the years and keep things fresh and sexy when you have kids — especially if you met your spouse on television. So, for still feeling your wifeâ€™s sex appeal, Ryan, the women of the world salute you. But every bright side has its darkâ€¦and with breast feeding being a turn-on, the reality dating show star has truly created yet another not so classic case of â€œdamned if you do, damned if you donâ€™t.â€ [Us Magazine] Keep reading »
While sexy paper underwear may seem impractical, theyâ€™ve been selling like hot cakes in Kuala Lampur! The Chinese population in Malaysia just celebrated their â€œday of the deadâ€, the Qingming Festival, this past Friday. The holiday is commemorated with burnt offerings made at the graves of deceased relatives. And apparently this is the only time itâ€™s socially acceptable to buy risquÃ© panties for your granny, since the goal is to furnish your late family members with the things theyâ€™ll need in the afterlife. Aside from lingerie, cell phones, model houses, and paper money are also popular presents, so basically their dead relatives all must be rappers, right? [Inquirer.net] Keep reading »
Equus, the play in which Daniel Radcliffe appeared naked for 10 minutes each night during its London run last year, is coming to Broadway in the fall. And Daniel is reprising his role. Wanna know what Amelia and I will be doing on September 22? Seeing Harry Potter naked. [Goblet of Fire INDEED. -- Editor] [Variety] Keep reading »
A group of mathematicians at Tel Aviv University in Israel, have programmed a computer to determine whether a woman is hot or not. The students asked a sampling of 30 people to judge 100 faces of young ladies. From their responses, the students graphed the facial features so the computer would be able to interpret the scoring, from symmetry to skin quality. This advancement in technology means that now even a computer can reject you. Great. But it also begs the question, can math nerd beggars really be choosers? [about:blank] Keep reading »