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This Is What An Off-Duty Flight Attendant Looks Like (Cute!)

Think “flight attendant” and images of nude stockings, nylon blazers, and straight skirts that border on matronly probably come to mind. We’re obsessed, however, with Asako Itono, a flight attendant for Emirates Airlines, who was caught in her off-duty uniform on the streets of NYC. Girl has got some awesome indie style, mixing rare pieces from Japan with classic brands like Burberry. Something to consider … being a flight attendant could also mean having a rad international wardrobe. [The Cut] Keep reading »

“Lost” Star Michael Emerson Makes Everything Sound Ominous

Lost” star Michael Emerson (Ben Linus) can make even seemingly happy sentences seem scary. That’s talent. [via Vulture] Keep reading »

Kim Cattrall Lost Magazine Cover For Refusing To Pose With A Cougar


Hmm, which is the “significant magazine for women over 40″ that took away Kim Cattrall‘s cover when she refused to pose with a cougar? More perhaps? That’s the only one I can think of. Maybe AARP? But whoever it is, that’s douchey. Yay for Kim for speaking up that she personally finds the term “cougar” to be insulting because “that’s something that people who are uncomfortable with strong women have labeled [her "Sex & The City" character, Samantha].” Hollywood needs more mouthy broads like her! [Extra TV] Keep reading »

Therapy For Your Pocketbook: Meet Connie, Susie, Diane & Manisha!



Personal Finance Expert Manisha Thakor (author of Get Financially Naked) is The Frisky’s money expert, whose awesome advice has appeared in our Money 101 and Cash & Coupling columns. Now we’ve got her doling out some hardcore fiscal therapy in our new video series, “Therapy For Your Pocketbook.” Watch as Manisha sits economically challenged women down on her Freudian chaise lounge (“Cash Couch”), listens to their money woes, and then gives them fast, sound financial advice. First, she talks with Connie, who just moved in with her boyfriend and is concerned his spending style conflicts with her own; then, she advises Susie, who’s single and bringing home the bacon — but then frying it up (via expensive shopping trips!) before her paycheck even clears; finally, Manisha chats with Diane, a new divorcee who needs help adjusting to life with a single income. Will any of Manisha’s advice ring true for you? Find out! [Therapy For Your Pocketbook]

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Diana Eng’s Glowing LED Garments Illuminate The Runway

The Atlantic website just posted this beautiful video from Diana Eng‘s fashion show at last February’s New York Fashion Week. You may remember Eng as the technology-obsessed designer from the second season of “Project Runway.” Now she’s known (at least according to Wikipedia) for having popularized the term “fashion nerd.” Her collection featured garments outfitted with microphones, LED lights, and interactive components: “Off the runway, the dress’ microphones can pick up sounds from the wearer’s voice: when she speaks, she lights up in true diva style.” While we’ve certainly covered the intersection of fashion and technology here before, it’s not always this beautiful. [The Atlantic] Keep reading »

Adidas Originals Short Is Where All The Cool Kids Are

They say that advertising is in the crapper these days, but Adidas sure seems to be onto something, at least in the realm of video campaigns, with its Adidas Originals shorts. In “The Street Where Originality Lives,” a cool urban street atmosphere hosts city skater kids who go to just about the most awesome-looking rooftop party you’ve never been to. Oh, and the cameo celeb appearances don’t hurt, either—Agyness Deyn, Ciara, David Beckham, Jeremy Scott, Snoop Dogg, and Whitney Port to name a few. [YouTube via HighSnobiety] Keep reading »

“Jerseylicious” Shows How To Get The Jersey Boob Job (No Surgery Needed)

I watched the entire season of “Jerseylicious” on Style and enjoyed every orange tan, French-manicured set of talons, and neck-rolling minute of it. I even tuned in twice for some episodes because these people are so different from the folks I usually come into contact with. Olivia was my favorite cast member, so naturally I was drawn to her Jerseylicious Tips video. Not only does Olivia give advice on finding the perfect Jersey club wear (I advise you to ignore everything she says, except the part about wearing spandex with spandex), but she also spills how Jersey women get their breasts so round, huge, and perfect … without surgery! She and her BFF Briella call it the “Jersey Boob Job.” This explains why no one’s breasts moved on this show. [My Style] Keep reading »

Bird Finds Happiness Between Woman’s Breasts

In the avian world, they call this a “boob-cozy.”

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Neil Patrick Harris And Matthew Morrison Dream On

One more silver lining to the end of “Lost”? We’ll no longer be plagued by the internal debate about which to watch in real time—”Lost” or “Glee.” Because you were no doubt curious to see which candidate is taking over for Jacob in the last regular episode of the former, you probably missed last night’s amazing “Glee” episode, which featured Neil Patrick Harris along with Idina Menzel. Never fear. Here is the highlight—Neil and Matthew Morrison’s “Dream On” duet. You are welcome. Keep reading »

Christoga: Ex-”Northern Exposure” Star Janine Turner Presents Yoga For Christians


Don’t blame me for the term “Christoga” — I didn’t make it up, Janine Turner did. The former actress — made famous for her role on “Northern Exposure” — has a new path in life and that’s to bring yoga to devout Christians. See, yoga in its inception is rooted in Hindu mythology and many classes have some focus on meditation or chanting. But what to do if you’re a devout Christian who isn’t comfortable standing in tree pose while calling out to Vishnu? Turner’s Christoga — available on DVD! — uses scriptures from the Christian Bible as the meditation focus and has renamed many of yoga’s traditional poses so they have a relation to Christianity. (For example, she refers to Boat Pose as “Holy Rollers.”) Being that the ultimate purpose of practicing yoga — beyond just exercise — is to experience enlightenment, more power to those, I suppose, who really want that enlightenment to obviously reflect their religious beliefs or whatever. But, like, does it really need a new name, especially one that is so dumb? [BlissTree] Keep reading »

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