January 10: What Are We Wearing Today?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 10, 2012

It’s a noisy day at our offices. I have a hacking, disgusting cough. Workers are here fixing the fire alarm system. And we’re all wearing a little color. Click on to see what we’re wearing! More »


The Good, The Bad & The Totally Amazing: The NY Film Critics Circle Awards

By: Julie Gerstein / January 10, 2012

Last night, Angelina Jolie, Jessica Chastain and Viola Davis turned out for the 2011 New York Film Critics Circle Awards, the start of this year’s official “self-congratulatory awards season.” While Angie looked typically gothic gorgeous in black and white, and Chastain, who co-starred with Brad Pitt in “Tree of Life” missed the mark in a… More »


Check Out The Hottest Guys Of The 19th Century

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / January 10, 2012

If you’re a photography enthusiast you might know that the daguerreotype was the first widely used photographic process, invented in 1839. If you’re a cute boy enthusiast you should probably know that the Tumblr blog “My Daguerreotype Boyfriend” documents some of the hottest dudes ever captured on copper plates. With substantial mutton chops and swagger,… More »


Style Resolution: Dress More Adventurously!

By: Rachel Krause / January 10, 2012

You can’t tell just by looking at me, but I live and breathe fashion. I follow all the right blogs, know all the right names, and stalk Style.com like a savant. I whittle away days on the internet amassing perfunctory “wishlists” of items I will never be able to afford, and I have forgone meal… More »


An Open Letter To The Academy On Behalf Of Uggie

By: Lucca The Pup / January 10, 2012

Dear members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences,

My mom says I am many things, among them: smart, hilarious, beautiful, pretty, extremely shed-y, bitchy, loud, psycho, trouble-making, and loving. One adjective she would not use to describe me is “talented.” Don’t worry — she accepts full responsibility for the factMore »


Ani Di Franco Says Feminism Is For Everybody

By: Jessica Wakeman / January 10, 2012

“Feminism is not only for women. It’s something everyone can participate in, and evolve together, as the first step in the right direction. I see feminism as a tool to achieve … balance and peace. … Patriarchy is a fundamental imbalance underlying society. And it’s one we rarely address because it’s so universal. But as I get… More »