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Sometime after Jack-o-Lantern Trick-or-Treat buckets and bobbing for apples, Halloween became the holiday for grown-ups. As such, adult themes have cleverly meandered their way into the festivities. Choosing a Halloween costume may seem like a mundane endeavor. But the crazy get-up you choose to wear on October 31st speaks volumes about your inner sex kitten. Keep reading »
When it comes to scary supermodels, Heidi Klum has Naomi Campbell beat.
Every Halloween, the “Project Runway” star transforms herself into some of the most terrifying temptresses around, including a gorgeous golden alien, a red-hot witch, and a babealicious bloodsucker.
Believe it or not, even you can look as ghoulishly cool as Klum — and it won’t require a head transplant. In this exclusive, the mother of four reveals her secrets for pulling together a frighteningly fabulous ensemble. Read more … Keep reading »
Wedding Central knows that planning and paying for the wedding of your dreams can be tiring and expensive. So they’re offering would-be brides the opportunity to compete in the ultimate shoe frenzy competition, in which brides-to-be will race to Madison Square Park in NYC and try to find a specially marked pair of very high-end designer shoes on Nov. 9. The winner will receive a fabulous pair of designer shoes to strut down the aisle on her wedding day, a $5,000 prize pack from Wedding Central Experts, and $5,000 cash towards her dream dress, honeymoon or whatever her heart desires.
WIN THIS! We’re giving away five spots to participate in Wedding Central’s “If the Shoe Fits … ” competition, but you have to work if you want it. In the comments, tell us why you want to participate. Enter by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010. We’ll pick our favorite response and announce the winner Friday, Nov. 5. Participants must provide their own transportation to NYC by Nov. 9. You must live in the U.S. or Canada to win. Good luck!
Update: The winners of this prize have been contacted. Keep reading »