No, David Beckham hasn’t joined a sexy, sexy motorcycle gang. Mr. Posh Spice is the new face of Belstaff, and we now have the first peek of the company’s print campaign in all its rough, handsome glory. As if this wasn’t enough to leave me thrilled for days, he’ll also be designing a capsule collection for the company. The ad was shot by Peter Lindbergh to create the vibe of “the spirit of a band of brothers traveling across the English countryside” — with one gorgeous lady, too, I guess. [Fashionista]
Stop. Stop what you are doing. I need your attention. This is the grill Lady Gaga wore on the red carpet at last night’s YouTube Awards. Upsetting, no? I have spent some time zooming in on these chompers and I’ve come to the conclusion that they are real human teeth embedded in sterling silver. I guess Lady Gaga’s latest incarnation is Your Worst Nightmare Horror Movie Villain? Those teeth will be haunting my dreams for years. Check out a frightening closeup, if you dare, after the jump. [Photo: Getty Images] Keep reading »
Australia doesn’t even celebrate Halloween, but that didn’t stop Queen Bey and her crew from whipping up some costumes while on tour. Beyoncé dressed as an angel, but a kinda devilish one. She seems to be enjoying that ass grab from a severed zombie hand a bit too much.
But enough about Bey, though — what did Blue Ivy wear as a costume? [Idolator]
I know I’m pretty much the only one who still cares about Chavril LaKroeger, AKA Chad Kroeger and Avril Lavigne, and every time I post stuff about them I get kind of nervous that Amelia is going to take me aside and be like, “Winona, it’s time to chill out about Chavril.” But since she hasn’t said anything yet, here is a super romantic photo of Chavril on the set of the video for their duet, “Let Me Go.” In related news, I just discovered I have THREE different photos saved on my computer titled “super romantic chavril pic.” Sigh. It might be time for me to chill out about Chavril… [Instagram]
Why stop at engagement photos that look like you’ve been murdered by Jason from “Friday The 13th”? One Austin, Texas couple wed at the Alamo Drafthouse and served their guests this macabre wedding cake depicting baked versions of the bride and groom’s severed heads and a banner reading “Til Death Do Us Part.” Um … think of something nice to say, think of something nice to say … that’s some skilled frosting artisanship right there. I’m sure Grammy and Poppa loved it. [Austinist] [Image via Austinist]
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