Hello, and welcome to Day 3 of the 30-Day Cellulite Challenge with me, your host, Susannah Breslin. On tonight’s show, we have only one guest, and it’s my butt. We’ll be talking about cellulite. Shall we? Keep reading »
Mondo Guerra’s polka-dot maxi dress was a source of contention between the “Project Runway” judges during the finale. Heidi Klum and Jessica Simpson loved it, though Michael Kors and Nina Garcia hated it. Michael even dared Heidi to wear the dress — and she has. Heidi showed up to the AFI Fest 2010 Closing Night Gala screening of “Black Swan” wearing a variation of Mondo’s dress–one without the three-quarter length sleeves and padded shoulders, though. I was a fan of Mondo’s original dress, and I feel like Heidi’s tweaked one is missing that whimsical, high-fashion flair. What do you think? [TooFab] Keep reading »
The Mixed Bouquet Infinity Scarf’s combination of different patterns creates a lovely paradox: It clashes with everything and therefore goes with everything. Throw it on to add interest to an all-black outfit, or take the eclectic look to the max by pairing it with a plaid trench coat and textured hosiery. However you choose to style it, it’s always an attention-grabber.
As much as I do on occasion enjoy a classic White Castle steamed patty and bun, not in a million years would I ever allow a candle made to smell like the fast food chain into my home. This is, however, exactly what White Castle is offering now with their very own burger and onions scented candle. Interested? “The candle has a top note of diced sweet onions and crisp pickle, the middle notes are beef patty, cheese and ketchup, and bottom note is a warm burger bun. It all comes together to create this amazing aroma of a White Castle Slider,” says Laura Slatkin, creator of the scent. But will the candle make you run to the bathroom as quickly as the real thing?! [$13, Candle Luxury -- proceeds to benefit Autism Speaks] Keep reading »
Just when you thought all the fervor over “Where the Wild Things Are” had died down, Maison Martin Margiela designs this fur headdress. Not only is this thing made of 100 percent Murmansky fur, (i.e., fur from the raccoon dog), but it’s also extremely large and hideous. Not for us. Nope. [Fashion Indie] Keep reading »
As a woman with 70 pairs of pumps (and clearly, a bevy of shoe-fetishists for exes), I can tell you that there is no such thing as too high a heel! Nobody understands this better than British shoe retailer Parmars. Next year, they’ll unleash the Sky Heel, a nearly 9-inch platform for crazy shoe whores like me who date super tall men and have health insurance (just in case of a lil’ slip ‘n’ fall). The heels are being made in glittery red or gold (classy?) and retail for around 65 smackers. Kinda steep for pumps that’ll never leave my bedroom, but the look on all my ex-boyfriends’ faces when they see a pic of me in these will be priceless! Mwahahahahaha! Above, I have made a mock-up of what I hope the design will look like, but in 2011, the real deal will be revealed. The checkout line forms behind me! [SWNS] Keep reading »