Gah! This image will haunt us in our nightmares. Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway on the cover of Entertainment Weekly for “Love and Other Drugs” get Photoshopped into a scary new beast we’ll call Janne Hathenhaal. Let’s hope it doesn’t breed. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
“I love romantic comedies. I watch them all the time. I love all my fellow female romantic comedy queens, like Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Garner and Katie Heigl. I also think that the questions romantic comedies ask about men and women are universal.”
– Reese Witherspoon defends the film genre that pays her bills in the January 2011 (!!!) issue of Glamour. You know, I’m gonna agree with her. Yes, often the writing is crap. But honestly, I relate to a lot of the female characters in romantic comedies, though not always proudly. Keep reading »
Y’all, there was once a time when I dated only short dudes. Not like shrimps, but guys who I was as tall as, if not taller than in heels. And then I had an epiphany in the form of a guy who was much, much taller than I and I suddenly felt just how hot it was to feel physically smaller — significantly — than someone. I’m not saying I’m ruling shorter dudes out in the future; I’m just confessing that I’m suddenly willing to look up — WAY up — in my quest for the right dude. These celeb ladies know what I’m talkin’ about. Check out these freakish celebrity couple height differences.
As much as we are loving most of the fur trends out there right now, you can’t just slap some fur patches on an ill-fitting vest and call it fashion. This unfortunate garment has opted for just that: saggy booby-esque fur bits that hang widely at the precise spot most ladies want narrowed. Possibly one of the most unflattering garments ever made, this atrocity to the eyes could be yours for only $600 at Mirabella. Keep reading »
As much as Facebook, Twitter, and the internet are a part of our lives, they remain a weirdly invisible part. If you’re a die-hard Facebook fan, you should check out Gerry Mckay’s Adidas shoes design, which puts the Facebook brand front and center in your wardrobe (well, more like front and down … on your feet). Anyhoo. The designer’s concept is only a creative idea—these kicks aren’t actually available anywhere yet. But we’d bet that with the viral action he’s getting with these images, tech companies and Adidas are bound to notice, and possibly think it’s a good idea. Check out McKay’s Twitter shoe mock-up, after the jump! [Gawker] Keep reading »