Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
This is kind of hard to imagine in February, but in a few months we’re going to shed our layers in order to cool off. These light and airy dresses, blouses, and shorts will let a breeze in so we can also soak up the sun.
Our generation, the trailblazers that we are, will leave a lot of different marks on this world, but none more significant than our ability to create new (and fabulous, mind you) words. Sexting. Legit. Facebooking. Fab. Whatevs. Whether we’re abbreviating them or combining them, we’re creating them, and we’re creating them with very specific purposes in mind.
How else would you describe a friend that acts like your enemy? Someone who you think you can trust, but you really can’t? Someone who makes you feel worse while she pretends she’s trying to make you feel better? This person is not your friend. But she’s not exactly your enemy either.
She’s your frenemy. Keep reading »
The night before Hollywood gussies up in their finest threads for the Academy Awards, independent filmmakers celebrate their own at the more low-key Independent Spirit Awards. The vibe is less formal and the ocean breeze prevents even the most serious fashionista from being too uptight. Click on through to see what the stars wore and who we rated the good, the bad, and the meh.
Did Gwyneth Paltrow just go there? I can’t believe my ears. This is her version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide” that will appear on her upcoming “Glee” episode. I’m all for the reprisal of Kelly Canter, but playing a country music star does not give her the right to try to play Stevie Nicks. My outrage-o-meter is blinking wildly. Maybe I’m just overreacting because Stevie is my spirit animal. What do you think of Gwyneth’s version of “Landslide”? [NY Mag] Keep reading »
A hearty congratulations to James Van Der Beek for finally getting a job! The former “Dawson’s Creek” star appears in the music video for Ke$ha’s “Blow” — playing himself. The glitter-addicted pop singer refers to him as “James Van Der Douche” and — spoiler alert! — kills him in the end, displayed his head on a wall with placard that reads “James Van Der Dead.” Betcha he wishes he could have stayed in Capeside forever… Keep reading »