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Fashion is completely embracing bright and bold colors for spring. Designers like Jil Sander and Haider Ackermann served up Crayola colors on the runway, and inspired me to find similarly hued fashions at some of my favorite online retailers. And if you prefer to take baby steps when it comes to bright colors, then try mixing one bold piece with a neutral like white, black, or beige.
We’ve seen a couch eater, a toilet paper muncher, a kitchen cleanser licker, and a scab sucker so far on this season of “My Strange Addiction.” But TLC is going bigger and better next season. Tobias Funke from “Arrested Development” can’t be the only person in the world who refuses to get completely nude, right? “My Strange Addiction” has put out a casting call on Craig’s List to find a Never Nude who wants to tell their story. Keep reading »
“[If I wasn't famous] I’d be a full-time mom which would be cool. I’d miss my fans and all of the love the most, but I definitely would not miss having my picture taken everywhere I go. I wouldn’t miss showering in arenas either. So gross!”
– Britney Spears in V magazine. Oh, the drawbacks of fame. Those arena showers. Do celebs really shower in arenas? Can’t they just have their chauffeur take them back to their 5-Star hotel and soak in the tub after a long concert? [V Magazine] Keep reading »
We’re psyched for spring for a number of reasons; warm weather brings bare legs, iced coffee, peonies, and, perhaps most importantly, the desire to fire up the grill. (Though we live in New York City, we purposefully collect a few friends with backyards and/or roof decks for such things.) A simple burger may be acceptable to serve at a barbecue, but we’d rather, to quote Emeril Lagasse, take things up a notch by stuffing our burgers with cheese, mushrooms, and other yumminess. Too bad every time we’ve tried it’s been a horrible mess. Not anymore! Williams-Sonoma’s Stuffed Hamburger Press makes the whole process neat and simple. Now can they come up with a way to stuff hot dogs please?
“The truth was, I made the wrong decision to wear a very tight dress, and had something rather like a Victorian swoon. … We had been there for seven hours, and I started feeling dizzy. I tried to get some air, but I felt really faint. I wanted to leave in our limo, but Percy decided to call an ambulance. We went to the hospital, and they did all the tests before the doctors told me I was absolutely fine and released me.”
—Joan Collins shares a cautionary tale with anyone considering a corseted dress. Apparently, her tight dress made her ill at an Oscars viewing party. We say stick with dresses that don’t bruise your ribs. Also, shoulder pads! [PopEater] Keep reading »