Jessica Simpson On How She And Her Fiance “Let It Flow”

“I just let it flow. My fiance taught me that. He’ll get up in the morning and just write, so nothing blocks his emotional life. It doesn’t even have to be in sentence form; he just gets everything out, and that way he can function without getting in the way of himself, without being aggressive or judgmental. We do that together. Sometimes he takes that hour just reading, we’ll get out of bed and just read aloud to each other. He has so many books. Like, just books and books and books and books.”

Jessica Simpson, who graces the cover of New York‘s Spring Fashion issue, seems quite smitten with her beau, Eric Johnson, and has embraced his somewhat spiritual approach to life. Reading aloud, huh? That’s kind of cute. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

10 Valentine’s Day Gifts A Single Girl Can Give Herself

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Last night, I went to Victoria’s Secret and bought myself a trashy-sexy set of lacy red lingerie. No, I don’t expect anyone’s going to see it tonight besides my cat. I was just treating myself to a Valentine’s Day gift — a little somethin’-somethin’ for Jessica, Party of One. Valentine’s Day might be a holiday created by the greeting card companies, but it doesn’t mean you don’t have an excuse to distract yourself a little bit if you’re single this time of year. (FYI, slide #11 is NSFW.)

Even The Fashion Industry Complains About The Beauty Standards Of The Fashion Industry

You and I aren’t the only ones wondering why “high fashion” fetishizes the gamine, undernourished look of 14-year-old girls fresh OTB from Belarus: recently, two insiders from the heart of the industry itself have vocalized their distaste for the fashion world’s embrace of the skeletal-thin female form. British designer Giles Deacon, who is the creative director of Emanuel Ungaro, and model Erin O’Connor (left, in 2009) are both chiming in with “high fashion” critics like plus-sized model Crystal Renn to say, Enough is enough already. Keep reading »

The Models Are Shedding!

Don’t fret — the models at Zang Toi’s runway show weren’t losing their hair in big, poofy clumps. These tufts were added to their heads like mini palace guard hair hats! See the completed look, after the jump… [2/13/11, NY Fashion Week, Fall/Winter 2011] Keep reading »

The Best & Worst Boobs At The 2011 Grammy Awards

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Some of the music industry’s best boobs were out in full force at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards, and we at The Frisky Institute for Boob Analysis—which previously studied the breasts on display at the SAG Awards, the Golden Globe Awards, and the Emmy Awards—have painstakingly poured over the bunch. Katy Perry, who I think may just have the best breasts in all of pop music, didn’t disappoint with this crystal encrusted bra top. In truth, I actually hate her outfit, but my distaste was quickly overpowered by the vision of her luscious, milky cleavage. So typical.

After the jump, we show you some of the best boobs of the evening—and some of the least boob-flattering dresses on the red carpet.

Mila Kunis Wasn’t Raised To Be Pretty

“I was never raised to think that I was pretty. It’s not that I was raised to think I was unattractive, but it was just never something that was pointed out to me by my family. They would point out personality traits—’Our daughter is really quirky’—versus what I look like, because inevitably, looks go, so it makes no difference.”

Mila Kunis reflects on her outer/inner beauty in W. Oh how easily these words roll off the tongue of a young, gorgeous woman. I completely respect that she was raised to be rewarded for inner beauty. I think it’s amazing. And I admire how humble and down to earth she is. BUT … she’s just so damn gorgeous that it’s easy for looks to be a non-issue. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »

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