Reason #4,938 you need to follow celebrities on Instagram: you find out cool facts that might benefit you at some random trivia night 10 years down the road:
Question: Which MTV reality star/beauty blogger/fashion designer has been known to outfit her dogs in tiny hats that match her own?
Answer: Lauren Conrad, duh!
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I’ve been in such a hibernating, antisocial bookworm mode lately that I barely leave my bed except when it’s absolutely necessary. These days (at least until the weather warms up), a stack of books and a hot cup of tea is my idea of a perfect Saturday night. If you share that sentiment, then you’ll definitely appreciate the gorgeous images of Canadian photographer Joel Robison, which are fairytale-esque visual odes to two of his favorite things: books and tea. I just want to climb into that photo above, don’t you? Check out his beautiful Flickr photo set, Chapters, for more of his amazing work! [Design Taxi]
I say confusing because, while Khloe posed for PETA a few years ago, I’m pretty sure the Kardashians in general — they are basically one hive mind, kind of like the Borg — don’t spend much time thinking about cruelty towards animals. And since this fur looks awfully real to me, my hunch was that the “Fuck Yo Fur” statement on the back is meant to be, like, ironic and kind of twisted. But on Twitter, Khloe tweeted a link to a video of her wearing the fur, writing, “Fake fur all day people!!!” which I guess means the fur is fake and the spray-painted message on the back is totally earnest. What’s not in question is the coat’s hideousness. Real or fake, that shit is fugs. [Photos: Splash News]
Street artist Starchild Stela is not your run-of-the-mill graffiti enthusiast. She’s using her can of spraypaint to make feminist statements and “spread out radical cute culture.” This “Cats Against Catcalls” piece is a prime example of her aesthetic. Love. It. Check out more of her amazing art on her Facebook page. [Via The Clueless Girl]
Whoa there, J. Lo, don’t be mad at me for pointing out that you’re about two centimeters from an unfortunate labia-exposing wardrobe malfunction. I’m just trying to look out for you. [Photo: Pacific Coast News]
Let’s be real: the only way you could afford even one pair of Carrie Bradshaw’s shoes is if you skipped out on rent for the month. But what if I told you that you could own a bunch of Carrie Bradshaw’s shoes at once? It’s possible through the magic of art! This 18″ x 24″ print by PopChartLab features dozens of Carrie’s beloved heels from Christian Louboutin, Dior, Manolo Blahnik, even J.Crew. Plus, it’s made on recycled paper in Brooklyn (a place I’m not sure Carrie set foot in, even when when her best friend Miranda moved there). It’s the perfect print to hang while you try and manifest your dream closet. A girl can dream, can’t she? [PopChartLab]