As you can surmise from the outfit I wore yesterday, I love a good all-black look. I’m not ashamed to reveal that black is without a doubt the predominant color (neutral?) in my wardrobe. It is, of course, the consummate color (shade?) to wear — it’s chic, it slims, and it goes with anything and everything. Obviously I can’t be alone here. Celebs love it too!
Take, for example, the stunning Julia Restoin-Roitfeld. Julia is not only fashion royalty, but also a style standout in her own right. Not unlike her mother Carine Roitfeld (formerly of French Vogue), Julia is spotted in all black almost without fail, and she pulls it off with the aplomb of the insanely chic. Here she is brimming with swagger in the front row at Givenchy, rocking the hell out of one of her many monochromatic ensembles.
Who doesn’t love a T-shirt? Well, I guess anyone who’s ever uttered the phrase “And all I got was this lousy T-shirt!” doesn’t really appreciate them, but whatever. T-shirts are awesome. Vintage T-shirts? Even better. And vintage T-shirts from random destinations? Best. Here’s a roundup of tourist-y Ts from glamorous locales such as Hawaii and Omaha, starting at just 10 bucks!
I look at Coco Rocha and see a pretty woman. But casting directors have looked at the runway model and told her she is “too fat” and, recently, “too big” to be hired. Coco and model Carré Otis visited “Anderson” to talk about ways to protect models who start as teen girls, a subject they are both familiar with. Coco was scouted at 14, began modeling at 15, and moved into a model apartment in New York City at 16. She alluded to Anderson that she had trouble along the way as her body changed from naturally-skinny-and-girly to growing hips and boobs as an adult woman. Keep reading »
If you’re single and looking to trick or treat, Halloween is the absolute best holiday to score some man candy. That is, provided you choose the proper costume. Don’t screw up your chances of getting laid this Halloween with an unsexy costume like this turkey suit. Wear it, and you’re just begging to be asked if you gobble at the height of passion. Do yourself a favor and save the turkey for Thanksgiving. Click on through for more Halloween costumes that will scare off potential suitors faster than you can say “boo!”
Halloween is just around the corner, and that means one thing: No, not buying discount day-after-Halloween candy and eating the whole bag and falling into a deep shame spiral (though we plan on doing that, too). Dressing your pet up in a stupid costume! Isn’t that what this holiday is all about? There’s nothing better than seeing a pug wagging his tail nub in a hot dog suit, or a poodle dressed up like a friggin’ bumblebee. Everybody loves laughing at a helpless animal in a superhero costume, so much so that pet costumes have now ballooned to a more than $300 million dollar business. Yes, we are a bunch crazy people.
So with that in mind, we’d love to see your best Halloween pet pics! Send us pictures of your pets in their Halloween finest (from this year or from years prior) and we’ll include them in an upcoming slideshow! The spookier the better!
People think that when a woman cuts off her hair, it means something is wrong. “I think she’s going through a rough time,” they whisper. They try to pinpoint the trauma—”it was that boyfriend who broke up with her” or “I think she might have had an eating disorder.” Women are supposed to be attached to their hair, and their hair is supposed to be attached to them. It’s one of the most obvious signs of femininity and if a woman shaves it all off, she either has cancer, is majorly depressed, or is rebelling against society.
My decision to buzz my hair was not for any of those reasons. I am not dying of anything. I’m not that rebellious. And to be honest with you, I am happier right now than I have ever been—I love my work, I love my husband, I love my mom, I love my friends. While the women around me tend to have long, lustrous locks, somehow that just didn’t seem like “me.”
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