(Another) Quote Of The Day: Bijou Phillips Doesn’t Know What To Believe

“When I was 13, Mackenzie told me that she had a consensual sexual relationship with our father. This news was confusing and scary, as I lived alone with my father since I was 3. I didn’t know what to believe, and it didn’t help that shortly there after Mackenzie told me it didn’t happen. Mackenzie’s history with our father is hers, but also clouded with 30 years of drug abuse. I hope she can come to terms with this and find peace. The life I had with my father was very different. He was Mr. Mom, encouraging and loving. The man that raised me would never be capable of doing such things, and if he was, it is heartbreaking to me to think that my family would leave me alone with him. I understand Mackenzie’s need to come clean with a history she feels will help others, but it’s devastating to have the world watch as we try and mend broken fences, especially when the man in question isn’t here to defend himself.”

– Bijou Phillips on her half-sister Mackenzie’s allegation that she had an incestuous relationship with their father. [DListed] Keep reading »

Etsy Find Of The Week: Jibri Clothing

Indie fashion, we love you, but we get it—most of the time you’re made for the ladies small enough to go braless, not for curvy ones. That’s where Jibri steps in, a line tailored for sizes 14-24, replete with that independent sensibility you see all over Etsy. Some of the dresses take vintage inspiration with ’50s-era classic cuts (think fancy “Mad Men“-esque pencil skirts with ruffled peplums), while there are also high-waist skirts that beg to be worn sexy-style to the office. For a solid buy, check out the selection of LBDs, which incorporate cute details like bubble hems or one-shouldered necklines. Don’t miss: the Hand Painted Spring Jacket with its retro Jackie O-style and the Anti-Wallflower Dress (ha!), a strapless number with a pink and purple floral print. The prices are on the steep side, but keep in mind that Jibri lets you specify sizing and measurements. So your indie fashion can find a perfect fit. [Etsy] Keep reading »

Gift For Gab: Your Best Comments For The Week Of September 25th 2009

We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You bitches crack us up! In honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the internet, we’re giving away prizes! Each week we’ll award you awesome chatty Cathys a little something special. This week, five winners will receive a pair of Tsubo’s Hepti Heels. Without further adieu, the lucky winners of this week’s Gift For Gab. Keep reading »

Style Stealer: Amanda Seyfried’s Oversized Blazer

“Boyfriend” everythings are available in stores right now. Madewell has bf T-shirts and ex-boyfriend jeans; DKNY has boyfriend cardigans; and Juicy Couture has boyfriend watches, to name a few. We’re pretty psyched companies are making oversized clothes for women, because we have trouble wearing actual man-friends’ button-downs (they weren’t made for boobs) and jeans (they’re huge!). Amanda Seyfriend gets the boyfriend blazer right by not wearing it with other bulky clothes, well, except for that huge handbag. Click through for seven oversized jackets that’ll make you look put-together in skinny jeans and a T-shirt, or business-appropriate when paired with a pencil skirt and a tank. Keep reading »

10 Hot Guys Who Got Fugs, But Thankfully Are Hot Again

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Jared Leto used to be heart-racingly hot back in the “My So-Called Life” days. But then came the long hair, the strange dye jobs, the scruff, and the general poor hygiene. Then, on top of that, he abruptly put on 67 pounds to play John Lennon’s killer in the movie “Chapter 27″ and let’s just say that the picture wasn’t so pretty. So we are thrilled to see that Jared is back to his old, stunning self. In honor of him, here’s a look at nine other guys who went from gorgeous to blah and back again.

How To Wake Your Girlfriend Up


The buildup is a bit slow, but the payoff is worth it.
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Crave: Nicole Lee Snake Clutch (Win One!)

We know you ladies lead very active social lives when you’re not glued to your computer reading The Frisky. We think this leather snake-print clutch from Nicole Lee will help you go from the office to cocktails with friends without forgetting your credit card or lip gloss, because it’s the perfect size to use as both an everyday wallet and an evening handbag. Simply throw it in your oversized purse in the morning, and when you’re ready for the festivities later, your clutch is already packed and ready to go. [$39, Nicole Lee]

We’re giving a Nicole Lee Snake Clutch to five readers, but you have to work if you want one. The five best commenters for this coming week—from today, Friday, Sept. 25 through Thursday, Oct. 1—will be awarded with one. So, be as clever, smart, and original as you can! Click HERE to read the official rules. Keep reading »

5 Sexy Reasons To Watch The New Season Of “Californication”


Sorry, Grandma. Sunday night, I will be leaving your place early on Yom Kippur to rush home and watch David Duchovny slut it up. “Californication“‘s third season premieres at 10 p.m. (EST) and I will be locked, loaded (on Manischewitz, natch), and glued to the boob tube. Here are five reasons why you shouldn’t miss it either. Keep reading »

I Wanna Dress Like: Karen O

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Most of the time, Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O looks bats**t crazy. But in, like, a really, really good way. From her unitards to the omnipresent face paint and chameleon-esque tendency to go from white-faced geisha type one day to David Bowie look-alike the next, we’re in love. If you’re looking to cop her crazy style, we’ve got a few ideas for you.

Head Over Heels For: The Breton Shirt

Always fans of casual French style that still looks chic, we fell pretty hard for Erin’s French Mariner shirt, as she called it, when she wore it the other day (and again today). Also known as a Breton shirt, these classic boatneck-collared, striped shirts were made part of the French seaman’s uniform list in 1858. It has been mariners wore this style because the stripes made it easier to find a man who had fallen into the sea. We hope we don’t end up treading water in the Atlantic any time soon, but we’ll be pulling on one of the five sailor-style shirts below just in case. Keep reading »

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