This Danish Elle magazine cover model (the one on the right) seems to possess quite an amazing neck. Perhaps she’s one of those special giraffe girls, born with an especially long retractable spine. Or, more likely, she’s just been Photoshopped within an inch of her life. [Photoshop Disasters] Keep reading »
I feel like you and I got off on the wrong foot. Or, at least we would have, if you had feet. You’re just a color so that wasn’t really the correct phrase to use. But here’s the thing… Keep reading »
Me: Hey, are you wearing those stick-on bra cups?
Model (who just happens to be Holly Madison): Yep! Aren’t they cute?
Me: Well, I’m not sure if cute is the right word… Keep reading »
“The unconditional love for your child is truly amazing … I’ll always put Riley before anything else because I’m a mother first. But Riley has Sickle Cell disease, and the hardest thing is not knowing if he’s just miserable or in pain and having a crisis. All I want to do is take the pain away … I feel helpless as a mother. I’m lending my support to a Sickle Cell charity in the near future, to help raise money and awareness about this disease.”
– Jourdan Dunn opens up in the “Exhibitionist Issue” of i-D magazine about her son’s Sickle cell disease, a hereditary disease in which the body forms sickle or crescent shape red blood cells. Unlike normal blood cells, Sickle cells are rigid and sticky, and can become stuck in blood vessels of the limbs and organs, causing pain, serious infections and organ damage. [Essence.com] Keep reading »
These clown car Walter Steiger platforms will add an extra 4.5 inches to your height, but on the flip side, they may make you look like a circus freak. If you’re okay with that, then by all means, wobble forth in these mega-platforms. But if you’re less than sure-footed, may we suggest you start off on a less-steep wedge? What do you think? Would you wear a platform piled this high? [Fashion Indie] Keep reading »