I thought Sarah Palin
was the nutty one, but Bristol
‘s baby daddy, Levi Johnston
, is now hawking nuts—yes, nuts—in a groan-inducing sexually provocative commercial for Wonderful Pistachios
. Clever, Levi, but I am still holding out for Alaska’s finest to pose for nudie pics
! Keep reading »
When you’re bored and your mind is wandering, do you ever wonder what certain celebs would look like with wings, or forked tongues, or mullets? I do. Today during lunch, I started to think about what certain celebs who’ve been in the news recently would look like with unicorn horns. And then I decided to find out. Nice way to spend my time, right? Keep clicking to see 15 celebs with mystical unicorn horns.
Nobody works glamorous, 1940s pinup-girl style like the one and only Dita Von Teese. She gets an honorable citation today for denouncing the modern trend of sloppy ‘dos by sticking with a classic formula that looks good on her every time. Here’s how you can recreate the look: Treat slightly damp, towel-dried hair to a dose of Redken Crystal Curls Defining Shine Gel. Divide hair into multiple sections (about two inches each), and roll into large curlers, securing with bobby pins. Either go to sleep (if you’re doing this overnight) or use a blowdryer to completely dry your hair. Remove curlers, part to one side, and touch up with hairspray for hold and to smooth flyaways. Hey, we didn’t say looking this good was easy. [Madrid, 10/5/09] Keep reading »
Gabourey Sidibe wore a purple gown (complete with train) to the screening of “Precious,” her acting debut, to the New York Film Festival. [NYC, 10/3/09] Keep reading »
Sometimes these artsy-fartsy designer collaborations are deceptive: High prices aside, your instincts tell you that the appreciation for the product is more about the concept; and if it’s not something artistic, then it’s something ridiculous meant to rile up excitement.
Then, there are these special edition products that walk a fine line between highbrow design and sheer uselessness. They almost seem to be mock-testing your taste. Like, for example, Colette‘s collaboration with the conspicuously edgy Another Magazine: a scented candle in the aroma of “freshly printed paper” which Colette describes as “much more than just ‘another’ product!”
Is this the kind of design item or conversation piece you’d like to have in your home? Or complete rubbish? [Colette] Keep reading »
Let us add this to the list of things we never want to see our boyfriends wearing: baggy, Annie Hall-style khaki pants. Here’s a reminder that some menswear looks are better suited (heh) for the ladies. Guys, if you want to go ahead and rock out with your Dockers out, be our guest. We’ll even be happy to see you in an untucked button-up and vest. But please, for the love of Diane Keaton, don’t wear these. Because chances are if you do, we’ll just be stealing them from your closet. [Oki-Ni.com] Keep reading »
Where would we be without social networking sites? We’d never know that the cheerleader who made fun of us in high school got fat, or that the boy who pulled our pigtails in elementary school got married to the girl who gave our boyfriend chlamydia in college. You’d have no idea that the world was so small, that your best friend is currently “totally stressing,” or that your mother knew how to upload pictures. And who do we have to thank for these little joys? The men of MySpace, Twitter, and Facebook, of course, who all happen to be smart, wealthy and hot! Even though Rupert Murdoch (who bought MySpace for $580 million) said the site is for stalkers, and Facebook is rife with Obama haters who want him dead, and Twitter hasn’t earned a single dollar in revenue, these are our boys. And we know just what to do with them.
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Now here’s an economical answer to the now-ubiquitous I-want-two-dresses-for-my-wedding trend: zip-off dresses! (Like those rip-off cargo shorts, but chicer.) The Morgan Boszilkov Natural Bridal Collection designs detachable tiers that allow eco-savvy brides (bonus: the dresses are made of hemp and silk) two lengths for the price of one. If you’re looking for one of those “celebration dresses” for your reception, you got it—just detach the longer tier. If you can’t stand to buy something you’ll only wear once—they’ve got you covered. Just detach the second tier and wear it with, say, a very rock-and-roll leather motorcycle jacket for a night out. Check out what the dress, above, looks like after the big detach, after the jump! Keep reading »
Photographer Tommy Ton snapped this photo of stylist and Dazed fashion editor Katie Shillingford, who’s in Paris for Fashion Week. She certainly took Drew Barrymore’s light-roots-dark-ends style to a whole ‘nother level with this ombre dye job. Perhaps this is going to be the next big thing in hair, kind of the opposite of frosted tips, which were huge for guys in the ’90s. [Jak & Jil] Keep reading »
Mathew Knowles, who manages Beyonce and is her and Solange‘s father, has allegedly fathered a child with a woman named Alexsandra Wright, according to a paternity lawsuit filed by Wright in L.A. Superior Court. Wright is reportedly in her late 30s and is six months pregnant. She is being represented by Neal Hersh, who’s also busy working on Lamar Odom‘s prenup negotiations with Khloe Kardashian. [TMZ]
Although Knowles has been married to wife Tina since 1980, this isn’t the first child he’s been rumored to have fathered out of wedlock. Back in April, the rumor mill was churning with the “news” that Kelly Rowland was actually the daughter of Knowles from an extra-marital affair. Keep reading »