ABC News has a big story out today that talks about sex in advertising. American Apparel, BMW, and Gossip Girl are just a few of the latest brands to embrace carnal desire in print ads, but they’re taking it a step farther by putting people who look very young in provocative positions to draw attention to their products. Keep reading »
I feel like my grandma for saying this, but don’t these ladies seem like such smart, sweet, funny role models? [Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 premiere, New York City, 7/28/08] Keep reading »
The September issue of Vanity Fair features French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy on the cover, looking as effortlessly glamourous as ever wearing a classic white collared shirt, jodhpurs, and leather riding boots. Writer Maureen Orth spoke with Carla, and also met President Nicolas Sarkosy (who told her, “I am happy like nev-air.”), and the first lady seems absolutely charming. While some may think their whirlwind, three-month romance was too rushed and the relationship couldn’t possibly last (she didn’t even vote for him in the last election), we think it just might work, and here’s why.
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1. Albert Hammond Jr.
2. Chris Brown
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Has Freud’s Oedipus Complex ever been so…musical? Keep reading »
And you know what? She looks GREAT. We were worried when she won that the whole “plus-size model” thing was just a conspiracy to make Tyra and the America’s Next Top Model producers look good, but it seems Whitney has kept her gorgeous, curvy figure. Here she is on a photoshoot. If we were the types to say things like, “You go girl”, we would say it right now. [New York City, 7/28/08] Keep reading »
Something has changed about the Living Lohan star, and I can’t put my nipple, I mean, finger on it. [Left: March 2008, Right: July 2008] Keep reading »