We love Kate Hudson. But even moreso, we love her mama, Goldie Hawn. So I am pretty darn excited that Goldie has signed on for a new prospective HBO series called “The Viagra Diaries,” about a woman who, when her husband has a midlife crisis and leaves her at 65, is left single for the first time in three decades. The show is being executive produced and written by Darren Star, the man behind “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Sex and the City.”
This is exciting on so many levels. Keep reading »
Nicholas Kirkwood is a bonafide shoe genius. And Keith Haring revolutionized the art world in the ’80s and ’90s by helping to show that activism and art could meld into bright, beautiful creations. So when it was revealed that Kirkwood would be creating a collection of shoes in honor of Haring, well, we couldn’t wait to see them. Sadly, his knee-high rollerskate boots aren’t for sale — they’re only on display at the Arnhem Mode Biennale, but we could imagine trying to DIY our own pair of high-heeled wedges with some day-glo paint some time soon. [W Magazine] Keep reading »
EXCLUSIVE: If anyone can get the world’s most eligible bachelorette, Pippa Middleton, hitched it is none other than Bravo’s “Millionaire Matchmaker” Patti Stanger who PopEater queried for advice on how the newly single sister of Princess Kate should proceed when it comes to her love life.
We were shocked when Patti told us that Pippa doesn’t have to stick with the landed gentry — the young, rich and powerful set in the UK — like her exes Alex Loudon, the cricketeer finance whiz and George Percy, the son of the Duke of Northumberland, one of Britain’s wealthiest men. Read more… Keep reading »
“God, I feel I’ve gone to therapy just to erase some of them. The cornrows I wore with ’N Sync. That was pretty bad. Britney [Spears] and I wore matching denim outfits [to the 2001 American Music Awards]. Yeah, another bad choice. I’d probably pay good money to get some of those pictures off the internet.”
— At least Justin Timberlake is fully aware this outfit looks imbecilic. It’s only about 10 years too late. [Playboy via Fashionista] Keep reading »