Fashion Week: Herve Leger, DVF, DKNY

So many fashion shows, so little time. This weekend there were even more runway runaways, with everyone from Diane Von Furstenberg (one of our overall favorites — I am even wearing a thrifted dress of hers today) to William Rast (that’s Justin Timberlake’s clothing line) showing in NYC. After the jump, are some of our favorite looks from Herve Leger (known for his bandage-style dresses), DVF, and Donna Karan’s sportswear line, DKNY. Keep reading »

Quick Pic: Gettin’ Ready

Doesn’t the woman on the left look like she’s enjoying pulling the model’s hair? Beauty is pain. [Backstage before the Miss Sixty Show, 9/7/2008] Keep reading »

Monday Menage: Trueblood

Much of the hype leading up to HBO’s Trueblood focused on how hot it would be to get freaky with a vampire, which, judging from last night’s premiere episode, is a goal of main character Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin). But vampire Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) is not the only hottie on this new show. If you combine the wise, mature and dangerous Compton with concerned boss-with-a-crush Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell), and bad boy sex fiend Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten), you’d have the perfect man. On their own, these characters equal up to little more than a one night regret, but together they offer everything a girl could want. You’d get advice from Compton because he’s been around for centuries. Merlotte would provide romance and protection for your best damsel in distress act. And your relationship with Stackhouse, who already has a reputation in the small town of Bon Temps, would be purely physical because he doesn’t seem too bright. Keep reading »

Dealbreaker: The Never Nude Dude

If you’re an Arrested Development fan (if you’re not, shame on you!) you’ve certainly had a good laugh or three at Tobias Funke, the never-nude. In sitcom humor, the idea of a grown man who refuses to be naked is funny but, let me tell you, in real life it is not. In fact, it’s near tragic.

My first boyfriend was, well, my first everything. He certainly wouldn’t have won a Brad Pitt lookalike contest, in fact, he probably wouldn’t have even been invited to compete, but he was funny and that’s how he hooked me. We were both in high school, but he had more bedroom experience than I did so I always let him take the lead, which is why I never questioned his insistence on leaving on his undershirt. That’s right, he’d take off his polo or his long-sleeve t-shirt but never that white Hanes V-neck. I always thought he kept it on just in case the parents returned home early. Now that I look back on it, I see how absurd that was. Keep reading »

MTV VMAs: Totally Crappy In Every Way

Did the budget get majorly cut for this year’s award show? Sure seemed like it, given the scaled down event space and the horrendous lineup of performers. Host Russell Brand was either hysterically funny or horribly flat, depending on who you ask, but I think everyone can agree that the British comedian (known for his role in Forgetting Sarah Marshall) was basically off the teleprompter the majority of the time, inciting anger in teen virgins (like Jordin Sparks and the Jonas Brothers) and Republicans (we’re sure Speidi didn’t appreciate his firestorm of insults spewed about President Bush and Sarah Palin). Suffice it to say, if Sparks, the Jonas Brothers, and MTV producers have anything to say about it, Brand will be getting a full body cavity check the next time he goes through immigration — that is, if he’s ever allowed in the States again. Keep reading »

The Daily Squeeze: Sarah Palin’s Glasses, Mourning Jenny The Gorilla, And Evil Credit Cards

  • Apparently Sarah Palin’s glasses ($375 Kazuo Kawasaki titanium frames) are in high demand. We think she looks like an ad for Lenscrafters. []
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    Star Couplings: Lindsay Lohan, Sam Ronson, & Baby Makes Three?

  • Are Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson planning on having a baby together with the donated sperm of one of LiLo’s ex-boyfriends? Let’s pretend this is true. Which ex would be best for the job: Wilmer Valderrama, Harry Morton, Calum Best, or Aaron Carter? Certainly any ol’ Joe from the sperm bank would be better suited than those clowns… [Perez Hilton]
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    For The Week Of September 8-14, 2008

    Virgo (August 23 – September 22)

    Your love life will start to brew subtle hints of cosmic revival. Sporadic lucky moments will show you that the last few months of turmoil were not for nothing. Just don’t run before you can walk, because pacing will be your key to being able to see the bigger picture and aiming your affection in the right direction.

    Libra (September 23 – October 22)

    No one said success was easy. While you’ve been able to cruise on charm, classic good looks and a mad sense of style, you’ll find at this level that haters aren’t just hiding away and envying you, but out and about, setting up traps to try to take you down. Don’t worry; karma is on your side, helping you to expose these frauds and once again proving you’re the sexiest bitch on the block.

    Scorpio (October 23 – November 21)

    Kicking your inner demon’s ass has made you who you are. While most underestimate you on first glance, don’t let that get you down. Whatever, if they can’t see upon first glace the wondrous glamour and intense magic that is you, forget it. Trust shortsighted people aren’t ever going to be tall enough to reach your g-spot anyway.

    Sagittarius (November 22 – December 21)

    Start drawing the line between the professional and personal, as your worlds are melding into one and throwing you off your game. Not like you have to make any big announcements, more so doing inner work on yourself and deciding what your priorities are. Of course, being the fly-by-the-panties kind of girl you are, at the end of the day, who knows what will really transpire?

    Capricorn (December 22 – January 19)

    If you find yourself censoring yourself to adapt to another, time to rethink the whole situation. If you start editing yourself now, who knows where you’ll end up? You’ve seen this path of destruction happen before, people pleasing a little too much and soon enough not even recognizing yourself. As they say, “Time to check yourself before you wreck yourself.”

    Aquarius (January 20 – February 18)

    Justice will prevail and karma will give you a front row seat to the demise of an a-hole that’s done you wrong. Of course, being that you’re famous for not being one short on compassion, expect to be the person he calls to bail him out too — but remember who he is and don’t let yourself get dickmatized all over again. (Like it was even that fun the first time around?)

    Pisces (February 19 – March 20)

    All your stellar pumping and grinding has won you a badge of honor, sealing your reputation as a premier lover in gold. With this said, you’ve earned the right not to have to lay yourself down for any more neophytes, thinking they’ll catch up to your level of skill. So, when you instincts tell you that watching TV would feel more fulfilling than the sex, pay attention.

    Aries (March 21 – April 19)

    Your tendency to find the sweetest boys to love and corrupt senselessly is getting to be a tired mess. After all, how many times will you have to get on top and show them how it’s done? Yes, it’s been a thankless job, but finally a reward is coming. Tables will turn in your current state of affairs and where you’ll wind up will blow more than just your mind.

    Taurus (April 20 – May 20)

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and no matter how funky you think of your friend’s latest hook-up, curb your judgment. While her choice might not be the easiest on the eye, he’ll most likely be sweeter than honey when it comes to all other categories. No matter, once you get a peek at his hot-as-hell-friends, you’ll likely fall in love too.

    Gemini (May 21 – June 20)

    Consistency isn’t your strong point, but if you want to that special someone to take you seriously, you’re going to have to lay it on the line and back it up with action. Show off your intensity and let him feel the fire. Once he feels the heat, you can bet they’ll be no turning back for him. Of course, with you, who knows? That just might be when you realize the chase is the tastiest part.

    Cancer (June 21 – July 22)

    Expect the pressure to get intense, as your boo raises the stakes and starts making bigger demands on your time and space. While you thought his territorial affection was cute early on, now it’s becoming a buzzkill. So, what to do? What to do? Obviously talking to him isn’t working or asking for space. Is it time for something extreme? Um, yes.

    Leo (July 23 – August 22)

    A new hot neighbor or acquaintance arrives to set your loins on fire. Oddly enough, he’ll leave you temporarily speechless, as this one will have you feeling out of your element. Perhaps he might be semi-attached or rather detached. Whichever the case, admire him from afar for now and dig for the dirt. Doing your homework will prove more interesting than the actual catch.

    The Daily Hotness: Michael Buble

    I am so ashamed of this hotness, honestly. Last Friday, I was working from home, watching The Today Show, when the famous crooner came on the screen. Mind you, I previously did not enjoy him because I think his music kind of stinks and is too sappy, plus I was a little resentful that he was dating super cool Emily Blunt. But now they’re broken up and I can finally see Buble for the smoking hot dude that he is. Seriously, his face his hot. I truly wish, however, that he would not open his mouth to sing. Keep reading »

    Fashion Week: The Hotness So Far

    Oh, Fashion Week. How exciting you are. New York’s look at Spring 2009 started on Friday. After the jump are some of the designers whose newest wares struck our fancy, at least on the runway. We’ll be covering Fashion Week all next week as well, so stayed tuned for some other designers who made our stomachs turn. [Above: Rachel Comey] Keep reading »

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