Inspiration Board: Molly Sims Bright & Light Color Combo

By: Annika Harris / August 9, 2011

Summer is winding down now, but we’re still loving bright colors. While the color-blocking trend got us to try wearing colors together, we still realize the impact of bold color with neutral cream. Just check out the photo of Molly Sims above. The tailoring of her orange-red blazer says, “I’m not to be messed with,”… More »

Tide Thinks Your Little Girl Is A Big Ol’ Lesbian Because She Likes To Play With Blocks

By: Jessica Wakeman / August 9, 2011

Tide’s new “Hoodies & Cargo Shorts” commercial is all about a prissy mom’s squeamishness with her daughter’s tomboyish tendencies. But in case you missed the subtext: Pssst! The mom is worried her daughter is a L-E-S-B-I-A-N! The gay blog Queerty thinks Tide might be “lampooning” the Stepford mom’s behavior — and that’s probably… More »

“Project Runway”‘s All-Star Edition Won’t Feature Any Of The Show’s Stars

By: Julie Gerstein / August 9, 2011

Just as “America’s Next Top Model” is returning this fall with a season of “all stars” (read: also-rans who didn’t win), “Project Runway” is also pulling out its past losers for an all star season, featuring past season runner-ups who are angling for a second chance at top prize. The difference? The all-star show won’t… More »

August 9: What Are We Wearing Today?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / August 9, 2011

White Girl Films A Video Titled “How To Be Asian” — What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

By: Jessica Wakeman / August 9, 2011

The valuable “don’t be racist, especially not on video” lesson taught by the infamous UCLA “Asians need to learn American library manners” video has escaped at least one white chick with a webcam. The website World Star Hip Hop has posted a video of an unnamed girl who explains “how to be Asian” as a… More »

“My Strange Addiction” Tops Itself, Seriously

By: Ami Angelowicz / August 9, 2011

My strange addiction is that I’m addicted to “My Strange Addiction.” Each week I promise myself it will be my last time writing about it. And then I see a new episode and the cycle starts all over again. The surge of adrenaline, the utter disbelief, the running to my laptop to blog… More »