Michelle Williams’ co-star Zoe Kazan revealed some unique wardrobe benefits enjoyed by the female cast of “Meek’s Cutoff,” at a screening Monday night in New York hosted by the Cinema Society and accessories designer Nancy Gonzalez.
Kazan explained her favorite features about their 1845-style dresses with full skirts: “You can wear no underpants and just squat and pee and that’s really useful. You can do it in public and no one will see you. You go out into the fields and cop a squat under your skirt. It’s true that’s what the pioneer women used to do.”
Williams confirmed to StyleList that she also went commando during filming in the Oregon desert. “It’s true. That’s one of the things I missed about those dresses.” Read more… Keep reading »
“I did the rehearsal the other day and my knees started tapping quite nervously. It’s quite a daunting prospect but very exciting, and I’m thoroughly looking forward to it … It’s quite good news always to outfox the media, but [my bachelor party] was a military operation and my brother and I are very proud of how it went.”
—Prince William fesses up that he is starting to feel a tad nervous about his wedding to Kate Middleton on April 29. Oh, and he’s also feeling happy that none of us got the deets on his bachelor party. [People] Keep reading »
Just last week, Celebuzz gave you the opportunity to be a part of our site and send along questions that we’d then ask Kendall and Kylie Jenner during our exclusive interview with them. Democracy is certainly alive and well, as you sent in a staggering 600+ submissions. While we would have loved to ask K&K all of them, the questions were narrowed down and the lovely sisters answered exactly what you asked them to!
Kendall and Kylie opened up about everything from their beauty routines, their favorite pop stars … and even which elder Kardashian they relate to the most. Some of their answers might surprise even the most die-hard Kardashian fan! So, what’d they say? Read more… Keep reading »
I should have been satisfied when my boyfriend agreed to get rid of his forest-green pleather couch — with matching love seat! — before we started living together. But I wasn’t. I’d finally gotten my apartment just the way I wanted it. It was a carefully curated nest of thrifted furniture and vintage Pyrex. Every room was perfect. For me.
But I loved my boyfriend, so I knew that if we were going to be living together, I’d have to at least pretend to love his stuff (save for those hideous couches). I just wasn’t prepared for how much of it he’d have.
The night before he moved in, he drove some things over: seven African masks of varying sizes, at least 30 nearly-empty condiments for the fridge and concert posters. So many concert posters. The posters weren’t framed, but the Coors Light mirror he brought was. Read more… Keep reading »