Review: The Zoe Report Debuts, Praises Shoes Designed By A Friend

This morning, I awoke to find the first installment of The Zoe Report in my inbox. What a way to start the day! Celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe won us over with her reality show, “The Rachel Zoe Project,” but can another email newsletter succeed? Or will she become another Gwyneth Paltrow and The Zoe Report mere GOOP? After the jump, we dissect TZR’s inaugural email. Keep reading »

A+ For New Paul & Joe Jeans

Here’s my problem with luxury denim these days: I’m tired of the same old brands, but I’m also not likely to go and drop half a paycheck on couture Alexander McQueen jeans, nor buy into the latest celeb line either. Finally, here’s a pair I can truly covet—Paul & Joe’s new collaboration with Citizens of Humanity creates the perfect chic boyfriend jean. Why? For starters, the heart-winning French favorite, Paul & Joe, is now bringing you something you can wear everyday (as opposed to the specialty purchase you’d probably make). And thanks to the comfy cut and fading details brought by U.S. cult classic and a brand you already trust, Citizens of Humanity, the look is stylish-casual. The styles come out in London next week (check Paul & Joe website for details), and we can guess that like most luxe denim designs, they’ll cost the average whopper. Yet, to perfectly blend Euro style with West Coast fashion? We’re so there. And they say the French and the Americans don’t get along… [Vogue UK] Keep reading »

Reality Show Contestants: The Sweatshop Workers Of The Acting World?

Ever since the first season of “The Real World” (damn that was a long time ago), I’ve watched reality television evolve—or devolve?—from a bunch of earnest 20-somethings struggling to make it in New York City to a bunch of fame-seeking whores pulling hair, getting wasted, and performing soft porn on camera. (Ever seen “Tila Tequila’s Shot at Love?”) I often ask myself what kind of person would want to live their life on camera? What goes on when it isn’t rolling? And how svengali-like are the producers? Luckily, the New York Times ran a story yesterday that answered many of my questions.

While people on these shows sign extensive non-disclosure agreements—they practically have to hand over their first-born should they reveal “reality show secrets”—most contracts expire after a few years. So some reality stars are opening up about their experiences while filming. After the jump, some the revelations from the article that shocked me the most. Keep reading »

The Golden Days Of Summer

We love laying on the deck of a sailing boat on a hot summer day, but what we love even more is all the gold, nautical-themed accessories that are inspired by it. Go ahead and tie yourself up in (golden) knots. Keep reading »

Quick Pic: Is Sienna Miller’s Brother Legal?

Because he is a HOT piece. [NYC, 8/3/09]
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Quick Pic: “Hey Fellas, Scram!”

This may come as a shock, but this image, at full size, proves that Kim Kardashian wears the entire MAC makeup counter on her eyes alone. [Hollywood, 8/3/09] Keep reading »

Proof That Men Love To Ogle—A Lot!

If you’ve ever walked by a construction site during the summer months (hell, any month of the year) or caught your boyfriend doing a triple take at the hot piece of a-s-s that just unknowingly strolled by, you won’t find this entirely shocking: The average male spends about a year of his life eyeing up women. According to a new British study, men will spend 43 minutes a day ogling ten different women. I don’t think I could find ten different men I’d want to ogle each day! (Apparently, women aren’t quite as stare-down prone: The average woman spends 20 minutes a day looking at six men.) This news, I suspect, will make some women happy—and frustrate the hell out of the rest. It all depends on where you fall on the want-to-be ogled scale—do you love it, but only when you know the guy and you’re feeling hot? Hate it any time of the day, month, year? Will take the male attention where ever you can get it? [Daily Mail]
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Star Couplings: Nick Cannon Tries To Make Peace With Eminem

  • Nick Cannon took to his Twitter to address the ongoing feud between wife Mariah Carey and Eminem, who’s trying to sell his new album. Nick tweeted several biblical and philosophical quotes about rising above anger. [PopEater] — So this was his punk way of defending his wife, huh? Well at least he didn’t make a dis record in return.
  • Kate Major sat down with “E! News” to discuss her relationship with Jon Gosselin and the future she hopes they’ll make together. [E! Online] — I’ll never understand people who discuss a new romance before their love interest is even divorced.
  • Jessica Szohr went on a dinner date with Adam Brody from “The O.C.” at Cafeteria in NYC. [Just Jared]

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Ask The Astrosexologist: Double The Scorpio Means Fireworks Or A Freak Show!

I’ve (11/11/79) recently begun hanging out with the brother of an old friend (11/21/77)and what started as a ball-busting friendship is turning into an intense sexual attraction. We tend to have those conversations that potentially evolve into amazing earth-shattering sex punctuated by laughter and general awesomeness. We’ve both admitted that we feel uncommonly comfortable with each other and we’re sometimes brutally honest. Here’s the issue: right now neither one of us is in a place where we feel able to give a relationship our attention. He’s facing a MAJOR career-altering event in two months (hopefully once in a lifetime event), and I need a few weeks after school ends to get my s**t together after a career-altering and uncommonly stressful year. (I’m a teacher and grad student.) We both need lots of sex, and a primarily sexual relationship is OK with me for the foreseeable future. The problem is that we have an awesome connection, and I’m afraid I will get all dramatic in a few months if it has to end. I hate drama and he’s one of my best friends at the moment. I do not deal very well with uncertainty about this kind of stuff, which is probably why I am frequently single and a frequent battery-buyer. I like being in control, but I have never wanted to lose control more in my life. – Sex Starved Keep reading »

Women Aren’t Backstabbers, Lusting After Taken Men

Male blogger Craig JC over at Clutch Magazine tries to caution women against telling their best friends all the intimate details of their sexual life, saying that “we all need some type of privacy.” But while giving this advice, Craig helps to perpetuate the stereotype that all women are jealous backstabbers. Keep reading »

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