Remember Stephen Dorff? Well, He’s Still Super Hot

You know what I love? When a hot guy I totalllllly forgot about suddenly makes a comeback and BAM! I’m reminded of how hot he was and, best of all, am happy to discover that he’s still epically drool-worthy. Such is the case with Stephen Dorff. HELLO. Dorff — who made my lady parts weep in “The Power of One” — is having his second coming with the forthcoming release of Sofia Coppola’s “Somewhere.” So where has he been for the last, like, 10 years? Clearly, working on his abs. Check out some more pics from this V Man photoshoot, after the jump. [ONTD] Keep reading »

Frisky Books: What Are We Reading This Week?

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Watch Out, Meryl Streep. There’s A New Robot Actress In Town

Meet Geminoid-F, the robot actress out of Tokyo looking to steal movie roles from human actresses in Tinseltown. The lady bot has already landed her first role in a stage play in the role of an android, which shouldn’t be much of a stretch. The ‘bot is puppetered by a real person back stage who controls the techno-actress’s voice and movements. Her costar says she seems a bit “distant.” Must be all those microchips getting in the way of real emoting. [Gawker] Keep reading »

Heidi Klum Wears Mondo’s Polka-Dot Dress

Mondo Guerra’s polka-dot maxi dress was a source of contention between the “Project Runway” judges during the finale. Heidi Klum and Jessica Simpson loved it, though Michael Kors and Nina Garcia hated it. Michael even dared Heidi to wear the dress — and she has. Heidi showed up to the AFI Fest 2010 Closing Night Gala screening of “Black Swan” wearing a variation of Mondo’s dress–one without the three-quarter length sleeves and padded shoulders, though. I was a fan of Mondo’s original dress, and I feel like Heidi’s tweaked one is missing that whimsical, high-fashion flair. What do you think? [TooFab] Keep reading »

Girl Talk: I Went To My Ex-Boyfriend’s Wedding

I knew what it was as soon as I opened my mailbox. I picked up the large envelope addressed in lovely calligraphy to Ms. Ami Angelowicz. I held it in my hand, for a moment. It felt heavy. I tossed it on my kitchen table. I’ll open it later, I thought. I’m not quite ready to deal with this. Keep reading »

Mixed Pattern Paradox

The Mixed Bouquet Infinity Scarf’s combination of different patterns creates a lovely paradox: It clashes with everything and therefore goes with everything. Throw it on to add interest to an all-black outfit, or take the eclectic look to the max by pairing it with a plaid trench coat and textured hosiery. However you choose to style it, it’s always an attention-grabber.

[$40.00 Fred Flare]
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