Now you can commemorate the magical moment when Kate Middleton got engaged to Prince Williams with this 16-inch replica by Franklin Mint. For $195 you can put the princess-to-be on your shelf or mount her on your wall or talk to her when you’re lonely. Oh, and the engagement ring — which comes free with your purchase! — is perfect for when you play princess at home alone on Saturday night. Coming soon … the Kate Middleton bridal doll! [ONTD] Keep reading »
Oh, hey there, J.Crew email in my inbox telling me there’s an extra 30 percent off sale items online. That’s the only excuse I need to blow my wad on preppy-cool basics I can wear this spring because lord knows I do not have nearly enough preppy-cool basics from J.Crew in my wardrobe, especially ones that cost $70 and under. And for those of you who think this sounds like sarcasm, I can assure you that it’s not — just look at the nine things I picked out and just try and tell me I — and you — don’t need them, like, immediately. Keep reading »
Today, pop idol and breast cancer survivor Kylie Minogue kicks off her Les Folies tour–and she’ll be decked out in some absolutely ravishing custom-made clothes from Dolce & Gabbana. Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana built Kylie a deliciously girly wardrobe worthy of a pop idol. Every piece is designed around a gold corset that she’ll wear throughout her show. Check it out! Keep reading »
Earlier today, when I heard that Michaele Salahi had been dropped from “Celebrity Rehab” for not having an addiction, I wondered if maybe she was on another kind of substance—say tiger’s blood, Adonis DNA, or a drug called … Michaele Salahi. Because sometimes I think she is as looney tunes as our dear Charlie Sheen. This got me thinking how amazing—in a tabloid way—it would be if she decided to leave Tareq and move across the country to live with Charlie in his Sober Valley Lodge.
Which then got me thinking—especially with Rachel Oberlin (aka Bree Olson) leaving the fold for a minute over the weekend—of all the famous women who would make great goddesses in Charlie’s polyamorous love story? After the jump, 12 ladies we’d like to see join Charlie’s harem. Keep reading »
Ethical Style blogger M.J. started her eco-conscious fashion blog three years ago, thinking she knew a lot about ethical fashion. “I was so wrong,” she says. “The scope is so much more broad than just organic cotton and sweatshop labor.” And her interest in ethical fashion extends far beyond clothing manufacture and fabrication. “Right now, I’m particularly interested in the use of Photoshop in advertising, intellectual property laws in design, and designers who care about sourcing animal products humanely (even if they still use hot-button materials like leather and fur).” Check out her awesome, and informative blog, and take a look at some of M.J.’s most favorite things after the jump!
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