I’ve been seeing these sexy black leggings with the leather patches around for a while. I’ve been really been wanting a pair, so last week I caved in and bought one from COS (above, left). They were a bit pricey for me at around $120, but I could have spent a lot more—I’ve seen versions of them for over $400. Yet, I went home, slapped them on and felt great when I took them out for a spin that evening. I wore them again the next day, congratulating myself on making such a useful wardrobe addition. Then, when I was cleaning my room the day after and was about to chuck them in the laundry pile, I halted.
Wait … you can’t just put leather in water, can you? Would I dry-clean these? Huh? Keep reading »
Chris and Liam Hemsworth — stars of “Snow White and the Huntsman” and “The Hunger Games,” respectively — are two of the hottest famous sibling pairs right now, but did you know that there’s a third Hemsworth bro? Actor Luke Hemsworth, 31, hasn’t quite made it big in the U.S. yet, though he spent 10 years on an Australian soap opera. But after leaving the biz for a few years, he’s just landed a deal with the management company that reps his brothers. Look out, Hollywood, another hot Hemsworth is headed for your shores! [EW]
With Luke’s hotness in mind, I decided to find out which other celebs are hiding hot but less famous siblings. Some you may recognize, others you’ll want to get to know …
We get it. The reason to take a hit show like “Sex and The City” and make not one, but two feature films based on it are: a.) to continue the storyline for fans, and b.) to create a gloriously entertaining fashion parade on the big screen. (At least, that seems to be the motivation, besides making money and stuff, natch.) But the more clothes we see from the set, the more afraid we are. Keep reading »
Our friends over at Asylum created a handy guide on “How to Praise Your Lady’s Vagina.” Do guys really need tips on stuff like that? What is the proper etiquette for a vagina conversation? Do women actually need vagina compliments? Anyway, “Your vagina is so much hotter than my last girlfriend’s vagina” inspired us to create a comparable list for the ladies. Face-to-face with a man’s penis, what’s a girl supposed to say? Our suggestions, after the jump! Keep reading »
How do you support your hot mess of a sister’s Paris Fashion Week debut? In a hot mess of a dress, of course! [Paris, 10/4/09] Keep reading »
“You know why Lindsay’s not acting in feature films right now? Because she can’t. Because the girl with all the talent is hidden and buried deep inside this fungus that’s grown because of the prescription drugs. She can’t be herself. When you hug her she’s like, vacant inside. When she kisses or holds me I get chills, and not in a good way — in a bad way.”
— Michael Lohan discusses daughter Lindsay in an interview with RadarOnline.com. Not to make light of what may very well be a serious drug addiction, but I have a hard time imagining any father getting chills “in a good way” when his daughter “kisses and holds” him. Ew. Keep reading »
Which award-deprived actor on a hit cable TV show apparently has as big a d**k as his character’s womanizing ways suggest? A source in the costume department has been up close and personal with his inseam and let it slip that what he has to work with is … impressive. Keep reading »
Ah, Double X. Welcome to the world of “alternative motherhood.” This week, Marie Myung-Ok Lee delivers an update on why she gives her nine-year-old son pot. Yes, nine. Yes, pot. Why? Well, he’s autistic and allergic. According to her, the marijuana helps him function. The pot is delivered daily by way of cannabis tea and pot cookies. (Oh, a tea party! How fun!) Four months since the start of this “experiment” in getting her kid stoned, Lee’s son, whom she refers to as “Cannabis J.,” has stopped eating his clothes and is significantly less prone to acting out aggressively in school; although, she says, his autism has “become more distinct.” Her conclusion?
“I don’t consider marijuana a miracle cure for autism. But as an amateur herbalist, I do consider it a wonderful, safe botanical that allows J. to participate more fully in life without the dangers and sometimes permanent side effects of pharmaceutical drugs; now that we have a good dose and a good strain.”
Great, I think, reading those words. Congrats on finding a good “dose” for your son. On the other hand, pot is … natural. What do you think? Mothers Gone Wild or Mother Nature’s Treatment? [Double X] Keep reading »