Sad about lifestyle guru Oprah going off the air? Well, there’s a new dream-maker in town: Kelly Cutrone. Kelly, of MTV’s “The City” and Bravo’s “Kell on Earth,” is now casting for a new show, where she’s going to help participants realize their goals. “Do you fantasize about making your dreams a reality? Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Are you a talented artist?” reads the pitch. “Do you want to design handbags? Start your own jewelry line? You know that you have what it takes, but you don’t know how to get there?” Folks, Kelly Cutrone is going to give you the straight dope on how to make your dreams come true. Keep reading »
Baby, it is cold outside. What we wouldn’t give for that mythical garment that both keeps us warm and enlivens our wardrobe with a little imagination. Does such a thing exist? Why yes! This crewneck’s red and gray stripes will go great with any of the neutrals in your closet, the snuggly wool with banded sleeves is sensible and warm, and that red unicorn on the front? She takes this sweater from basic to majestic.
OK Cupid has attempted to decode the algorithm of the male lizard brain. Using women on the site as data, they demystified female beauty in the eye of the male beholder. Well kind of … beauty being defined in this case as getting the most messages. Keep reading »
Wuh woh. Jessica Simpson should never have busted up her friendship with Ken Paves. She really needs him. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
I’ve always been kind of a loner. While I’m silly and funny and irreverent with one or two people, I clam up in social settings and in groups. I think this is why I’m a good interviewer: I focus very intently and intensely on one person. More specifically, I need a lot of time in my own head to think. The two activities that I love the most — writing and reading — both require being alone. As with anything, I’m sure I came to be like this with some combination of nurture and nature. I am the youngest of five kids, so I learned as a child to be in the physical presence of other people but still do my own thing. But my parents were pretty preoccupied with stuff going on in my brother’s life from the time that I was 14 years old onward, so I also learned how to be independent. Keep reading »