I love Rodarte as much as the next person who loves Rodarte and can’t afford it, but $500 for a pair of socks? With holes in them? I’ll pass, thanks. They’re made from angora goat, and they actually look kind of cute on the model, but you can’t wash them, which would make them rather smelly after a while, you’d think. [Pipeline] Keep reading »
I really hate blow-drying my hair. The time. The discomfort. The general dissatisfaction with your non-professional job. Yet for me, blow drying is an absolute necessity thanks to my weird genetic makeup which gave me a mop of crazy curly hair on the top and straight hair beneath that. So I try to get away with washing my hair every other day (sometimes more if I can swing it). I’ve tried dry shampoos in the past and never thought they worked very well. I guess I just never found the right one because I recently discovered Rene Furterer’s “Naturia” dry shampoo, which has changed my beauty routine. Keep reading »
We’re happy to see that one of our all-time favorite style, fashion, and design trend hunter bloggers is back, Trend de la Creme. After a hiatus, Ms. de la Creme is back with her usual wow-worthy mix of freakish fads and unique style posts. A few of our recent favorites include her frightening Halloween costume roundup that features this amazing sex doll costume, some hairy horsey stripper shoes, and an Afro-sporting nose hair trimmer for your man. [Trend de la Creme] Keep reading »
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.