George Clooney‘s girlfriend, Elisabetta Canalis, looks pretty darn smokin’ in this new Roberto Cavalli underwear ad, her second for the designer. “For my new underwear collection I chose Elisabetta again. My ideal of a woman: charm, charisma and sensuality, united together,” Roberto explained in a statement. “With her Mediterranean beauty and intense gaze she’s interpreted an intriguing and super-feminine woman.” [People] Keep reading »
Finally, someone found a way to merge Avril Lavigne and Shauna Sand’s sartorial POV into one incredibly comfortable and classy shoe. [If Shoes Could Kill via The Gloss] Keep reading »
Nothing freaks a dude out like the idea his deeds — both good and bad — might be blogged about. (Trust me, this is something Frisky bitches know a thing or two about.) That’s why you can get cheeky on your cheeks with these cute panties teasing fellas, “I’m blogging this.” Let’s hope you only sleep with dudes with a good sense of humor! [$7.99, Think Geek] Keep reading »
Was your love for the original “Degrassi High” reignited by our “Favorite Fictional TV Bands” slideshow earlier today? Now you can show just how passionately you feel aboot (yeah, we said it) Canada’s answer to “90210″ with this T-shirt. The whole gang is there — Spike! The twin who had the abortion! Every member of Zit Remedy! Throw on a fedora to fully channel Joey Jeremiah. He was such a stud.
A commercial for Yves Saint Laurent’s Belle D’Opium fragrance has been banned in the U.K. because the ad supposedly shows models “simulating drug use.” The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) “therefore concluded it was irresponsible and unacceptable for broadcast.” In the ad (above), the character of “Belle” runs her finger down her arm and the ASA concluded that action “could be seen to simulate the injection of opiates into the body.” The ASA also felt that Belle’s movements later in the ad, including one in which “her body [seizes] upwards while lying on the floor,” could be viewed as “simulating the effect of drugs on the body.” Personally, I just think she’s dancing like nobody’s watching. Kind of hilariously, the Daily Mail U.K.
notes that the ad has already been viewed by 44 million people and that a whopping 96 percent of French women (specifically!) didn’t think there was anything inappropriate about the commercial. So what do you think? Do you side with the crusty old ASA or those hip French ladies? [Huffington Post
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