Actress Anne Hathaway, 27, gets all glammed up inside the November issue of Vogue with a “Holly Golightly meets Marge Simpson” hairdo, diamonds galore, and evening gowns to the floor. When asked about her dealbreakers when it comes to men, in an obvious reference to her ex, con artist Raffaello Follieri, Hathaway replies, “Uh … fraud?” Apparently, her new movie, “Love and Other Drugs,” in which she costars with Jake Gyllenhaal, boasts “a lot of steamy sex scenes.” Ultimately, she says, the movie helped her get over trust issues she had from her experience with Follieri. “I think that making a film about trust that required a great deal of trust—well, it was a challenge to get there,” she told the magazine. To see more of the photo spread, visit Vogue.com. Keep reading »
A glass of wine and a bowl of fruity sorbet make a mouth-watering dessert. But did you know you can have both tastes for the price of one? Wine Cellar Sorbet infuses its sorbets with extracts of Cabernet Sauvignon, Champagne, white wine, Pinot Noir, Riesling, ruby port, sake, and red wine. The result is a non-alcoholic and refreshing treat that’s sure to please the palate … and the tummy because the sorbets are all-natural and dairy-free. What a satisfying way to end a romantic evening or put yourself to bed.
These Opening Ceremony shoes are described as “fur wedges.” Fur? And what kind of “fur” would that be? We’re kind of wondering if they didn’t just stick the trimmings from the barber shop floor on these booties and call it a day. [Shopbop] Keep reading »
The tights-and-shorts combo in winter isn’t for everyone. Personally, I’ve been a fan since I was a kid, but have specific requirements (heavy wool or tweed fabrics, dark colors). When I saw these Madewell by Alexa Chung shorts, I was brought back to the late ’90s when crushed velvet was all the rage, and yup, I definitely had a pair of velvet shorts. I’m not so sure I’d be so eager to jump back into them, however. What about you? Velvet shorts in winter: yay or nay? [$88, Madewell] Keep reading »
“My mum did a lot of very provocative work with Helmut Newton. She understands. [The topless Hudson Jeans ad] is pretty crazy, though. I didn’t think that it was going to be on giant billboards everywhere. I’m sort of like, Oh, God!”
—Just in case you were wondering, Georgia Jagger‘s parents (rocker Mick and former model Jerry Hall) are totally cool with their daughter’s controversial topless modeling. Meanwhile, our parents wouldn’t let us out of the house with a crop top on! [Fashionologie] Keep reading »