Put The Trends Down, Rihanna

Rihanna, we love you, but this is way too many trends in one outfit. You’ve covered the lacy look, lingerie as outerwear, harem pants, and of course, your signature spike embellishments. Too much fashion! Let’s exercise some sartorial restraint next time. Keep reading »

Two Reasons To Get Excited If You’re Obsessed With Kelly Cutrone


And we are. Obsessed, I mean. The bitch behind fashion PR company People’s Revolution — and Whitney’s fake-boss on “The City” — was in the news today. Twice! First Kelly appeared on a Fox News morning show and dropped the F-bomb when discussing that rich, lazy snatch, Olivia Palermo. You can watch the vid here, but this is the exact quote.
“I like Olivia as a person, I really do. I’ve known her for a really long time and I know her family. I think that her work ethic is way too elevated and way too lofty … I mean that when you’re in your ’20s and you are in a prestigious place like Elle magazine, and someone like Erin is trying to help you, you better leave your f**king attitude at the door, right?”

I wonder how many gray hairs Rupert Murdoch sprouted over that one?

This is just one example of how awesomely unscripted Kelly is, which is why we’re super psyched about her upcoming reality show, “Kell On Earth.” That’s where the second bit of news comes in — Bravo has finally announced that the show will make it’s debut on Feb. 1, 2010. Mark your calendars! Check out an interview with Kelly, above, discussing the show. [BravoTV] Keep reading »

Jenny Sanford To Start A Clothing Line

We have reached a strange new frontier in our everyone-who-is-famous-gets-a-clothing-line world. Jenny Sanford, who told her husband Mark to hit the road after having an affair with an Argentinian whose tan lines he just couldn’t get enough of, has trademarked her name and started a website where she will sell clothing. Since I adore her, I want to think this is okay. But in truth, she just ain’t that snappy a dresser. Keep reading »

Taylor Vs. Miranda’s Style

“Gossip Girl” star Taylor Momsen and supermodel Miranda Kerr both showed up at MTV Studios in Times Square today for “It’s On With Alexa Chung” guest appearances. The two ladies dressed very, very differently for the event. Momsen looked polished and professional, while Kerr looked like Britney Spears on a bender. (FYI: today is Opposites Day!) Keep reading »

7 Bizarro Celebrity Prenuptial Agreement Clauses

8 Crazy Celebrity Prenuptial Agreement Clauses

Jessica Biel may have finally gotten ladies man Justin Timberlake to commit, but she’s no dummy — along with the rock on her finger, Jessica is apparently locking Justin into a prenup that he’d be stupid to break. According to Radar, Jessica will get at least $500K if Justin ever cheats on her — an insurance policy that is no doubt related to rumors that he’s strayed a few times throughout their relationship. Apparently, Jessica isn’t 100 percent trusting of J.Tim just yet, so she wants a few cheat-free years of wedded bliss before she’ll pop out any babies — especially since “Jessica figures if she gets fat during pregnancy, he’ll cheat again.” How … romantic. Call me crazy, but $500K seems a little low, no? I mean, Justin is a huge star with a LOT of money in the bank. I would have gone for $1 million per! [Radar]

In the grand scheme of celeb prenups, Jessica’s cheating clause is pretty tame. Celebrities are masters of manipulating prenuptial agreements to cater to their lifestyles. Here are a few of the weirdest stipulations.

A Little Piece Of Lanvin You Can Actually Afford

Lanvin is 120 years old! Started in 1889 by Jeanne Lanvin, a 22-year-old dressmaker, the boutique became accredited as a Parisian couture house in 1909, and has been on the fashion scene ever since. To celebrate the label’s birthday, Alber Elbaz designed these cute limited-edition notebooks. The illustrations reference Lanvin’s past with mother-daughter themes. (Lanvin started out designing clothing for her daughter.)

At less than $20 per notebook, it might be the only thing we’d ever be able to afford at chez Lanvin! [Colette.fr] Keep reading »

Nothing Says Luxury Like A Bald, Wrinkly Cat

Style.com’s terrifying holiday gift guide is high on odd animal/product pairings and low on, well, making sense. Does this creepy bald cat make you want to spend $123 on a tiny jar of La Mer eye cream? Are we the only ones who don’t get it? [Style.com] Keep reading »

The $895 Infinity Dress—A Test Drive!

Remember that Donna Karan dress that you could wrap and twist and tie all sort of different ways, thereby creating a whole new dress with each twist/tie? Well, a reporter for The Daily Beast has just finished up a test-run of the convertible, loads-o-looks frock and attempts to answer the question: “Can a $895 dress be a bargain?” Or, is it just impossible as we surmised? Find out what she thought, after the jump! Keep reading »

Tiger Woods Allegedly Told Wife “You’ve Ruined Thanksgiving!”

New gossip suggests Tiger Woods and his wife, Elin Nordegren, were squabbling right before his strange car accident early Friday morning. Woods apparently stormed out of his Florida mansion after 2 a.m, shouting at his wife, “You’ve ruined our Thanksgiving! Are you happy now?” according to RadarOnline.com.

As neither Woods nor Nordegren are speaking to the press, we’re taking any and all new insights with a major grain of salt. But this latest accusation of Thanksgiving-ruination would fit with the prevailing conspiracy theory that Nordegren didn’t use one of Tiger’s clubs to rescue him from a car crash in front of their apartment, like she told police. Keep reading »

Print Society Makes It Easy To Find Artwork For Your Empty Walls

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Twinkle Twinkle” by Hayley & Lucas, $46

I’ve lived in my current apartment for two years but have yet to hang any sort of artwork on the one substantial wall, largely because I don’t know where to begin looking. I could have searched Etsy, online art galleries, and artist websites, but that would have been hours of work and no fun. Print Society, a new website that helps people like me find artwork, pulls together prints available for sale all over the internet (from Etsy and 20×200 to galleries and individual artists) and lets you browse or search in one convenient place. Whether you’re looking to spend $8 or $8,000, there’s a piece of art for you. Luckily, most of it isn’t on the higher end, pricewise. Click through for a peek at the assortment available, and say goodbye to your blank walls. [Print Society]
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