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There are tons of rumors about Vogue Editor-In-Chief Anna Wintour. Illustrator Lisa Hanawalt has documented the ones she’s heard (and a few she probably made up) in a series of hilarious drawings. This is my personal favorite. Check out the rest over at The Hairpin. I would wonder if Anna herself would find them amusing, but I heard a rumor she was born without a funny bone. Keep reading »
Last week, the Man Panel deemed wide-legged jeans a flagrant abuse against legs — but how do they feel about a pair of sexy platforms, meant to highlight your gorgeous gams? Ah, my friends, the answers are complicated, rich and deep — and rife with Superman references. Read on for our guy friends’ delicate opinions on the difference between cute shoes and stripper heels. Keep reading »
When Christina Aguilera‘s album Bionic dropped last April, it was impossible to miss the singer’s sudden interest in kink — her video for “Not Myself Tonight” featured whips, chains, a gimp mask, a ball gag, and drinking from a doggy bowl, among other things. Plus, there was that promotional photo featuring the singer wearing a thumb and index finger “petting ring” by Betony Vernon, which, while holding the fingers in the chi mudra position (for a concentrated, one-pointed mind), also aids in, uh, sexual play. There’s no doubt Xtina’s kinky ring cost an arm and a leg, but now you can get the look for a lot less. The question is, would you want too? Personally, I’m really into chunky, edgy jewelry — chains, mixed metals, harsh edges — so I think the sex ring is totally hot, albeit totally impractical. But would you wear it? [$30, Shock Boutique] Keep reading »
Check out this diagram about what your beauty mark(s) predict about your future. I am slightly skeptical for a few reasons: 1) I have no idea where this diagram comes from. 2) It looks like an egg and not a human face. 3) I had a beauty mark in the “carefree life” area and it turned out to be skin cancer. What does it mean now that it’s gone? I think I’ll go to a palm reader and find out. What do your beauty marks say? [The Gloss] Keep reading »
Stop the presses: this Kate Spade newspaper classified-printed iPad cover is a funky, literary take on the could-be-boring protective shield. Reading the fake classified ads like “Volunteers needed at the zoo” and “Found: spotted chihuahua” will keep you preoccupied when you’re out of a WiFi zone — not that you’d ever let that happen. While $85 might seem a bit steep for what amounts to a piece of plastic, it’s worth it to save your iPad from a klutzy accident, while looking geek-chic. No ink-stained fingers necessary!
[$85.00 Kate Spade]