Wondering how the hideous collaboration between Jimmy Choo and Ugg Australia came about? Let Tamara Mellon, Jimmy Choo founder and creative chief officer, explain:
“Uggs were my guilty pleasure until I was on a flight to London and the airline staff said, ‘We’re all so excited to see what shoes you’re wearing!’ I had Uggs on. So now we’ve done a collaboration where I took traditional Uggs and decorated them with the DNA of Jimmy Choo — animal prints and studs.”
I think we can all probably agree that Uggs were doing just fine without an injection of Jimmy Choo DNA. [The Cut] Keep reading »
We like to think that we are nice people. So when we heard that French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld was leaving her job for bigger and brighter things, we didn’t second-guess her, but instead said, “Yay! Good for you! Have fun! Mazel tov!” Just because we’re nice like that and aren’t going to make any accusations. Not that we weren’t thinking them … Racked is reporting that there’s quite the rumor going around about Carine’s departure … Keep reading »
Heidi Montag is really trying to elicit sympathy for the scars she says 10 plastic surgeries caused. She has a scar below her chin from a chin reduction, a scar in her hairline, scars on her breast, one below her butt cheek, two bald spots, and lumps from liposuction on her legs, butt, and lower back. Heidi says she regrets having all this elective surgery in an interview with Life & Style. [PopEater] Keep reading »
When is the last time you went bare midriff-style? (The beach doesn’t count.) We’re guessing it was sometime when “Felicity” was still on the air. This knit crop top by Alexander Wang is taking us back down wardrobe memory lane … but we’re not so sure this look is hot anymore. Or if it ever was. What say you? [Opening Ceremony] Keep reading »
Three things we love: T-shirts, sequins, and world peace. The combination of all three, for less than 20 bucks? Yes, please.
You know what really turns us on? When a man comes home from the bar at 2 a.m. reeking of liquor and cigarettes and climbs into your bed. Mmm. Want your guy to be a 24-hour stench-fest even when he’s off the sauce? Look to the Portland General Store’s male grooming products, which come in fragrances like whiskey, tobacco, and smoke. OK, so we’re betting that they don’t actually smell that bad. The beauty products for guys would be the perfect gift for the anti-perfume man … or for masking the macho smell he already brings home. [Etsy] Keep reading »