Sometimes we feel like Us Weekly‘s “The Fashion Police” and other similar style critics can be a tad harsh. Also, they tend to have these really boring, conservative styles and we have to wonder what their real fashion credentials are. (Case in point: US Weekly‘s “Top Cops” include random comedian Stefanie Novik and Chet Cannon of “The Real World, Brooklyn.” When did they ever go to design school!?) The Fashion Peacekeepers are here to say, hey, can’t everyone’s styles just get along?
It’s not easy, but every now and then, we feel kinda bad for famous, beautiful cajillionaires. Tabloids, paparazzi, us … can they not catch an everlovin’ break? Today, fashion police across the web are brandishing their weapons and calling out rom-kom kween Jennifer Aniston for making the grave sartorial misstep of wearing a color that clashes with the red carpet. OK, so the dress is not one we would be caught dead in, but that’s beside the point. Must celebs always nix the color hot pink no matter what? Sounds like garment prejudice, and we don’t like it one bit. Keep reading »
As weird as it may sound, pregnancy is so hot right now. Ever since the arrival of “Knocked Up” and “Juno” in 2007, we just cannot seem to get enough fertility-themed entertainment. Whether it be the adolescent slant of “16 and Pregnant” and “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” or the scary stories of “I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant,” the big guy’s little gifts are popping up everywhere. This spring/summer movie season is no different. There are two upcoming pregnancy comedies—”The Switch” and “The Back-up Plan”—with a bizarre twist. These new films are practically twins! Both these films take on the story of a single woman becoming pregnant by artificial insemination. But the likeness doesn’t end there. Both films take place in New York, include a love interest who isn’t the donor, feature pregnancy parties, and star a Jennifer (Aniston for “Switch” and Lopez for “Plan”). I don’t know about you, but I don’t think I can handle seeing both these movies in such close succession. For that reason, I am breaking them down and pulling out the good genes and the bad, so you can decide which conception comedy you’d rather see, if either. Keep reading »
Dear Jennifer Aniston, I’m really sorry I made fun of your belly shirt last week. I was in a bad mood I guess. Anyhoo, I take it all back, because this gray jacket is perfection! Is that Vivienne Westwood Red Label? I think it is, and it’s awfully sharp how the bottoms of your Louboutins match. Chic! xo, e
PS. Glad you tossed the midriff-baring tee. [NYC, 3/15/10] Keep reading »
“Over Christmas [Jennifer] had a tree-trimming party that I went to. Yeah, I trimmed her bush. S**t. Please don’t put that in. … I’m not a big relationship guy. One of my vices is, I’m too wrapped up in myself and not always in a good way. … I think I get laid less now than I used to, because I’m way more paranoid now—look at f-cking Tiger Woods! I mean, I’m nowhere near as naughty as I used to be, partly because I did a lot of that when I was drinking.”
—Gerard Butler talks Jennifer Aniston and relationships in the April issue of Men’s Health, which comes out the same month as their steamy W cover Keep reading »
Three sartorial questions for Jennifer Aniston here: One, are you seriously wearing a belly tee, dude? We haven’t seen one of those since Britney Spears (and you) wore them all over the place in the ’90s. Two, is that scarf choking you? Three, if it’s that cold, shouldn’t you just use the scarf to cover up your mid-section? Just askin’, Jen, just askin’. [London, 3/10/10] Keep reading »