Would you stop eating meat for a year to pay off $40,000 in medical bills? That’s the offer PETA made to Lindsay Lohan this week.
On Thursday, Melissa George, Kate Bosworth, Jennifer Connelly, and Leighton Meester all stepped out in style to celebrate The Fashion Group International’s 27th annual Night Of Stars awards. Who do you think was best dressed?
We love taking in nuggets of wisdom from fashion’s greatest minds, and it turns out that the Associated Press does, too. In a recent conversation with designer Vera Wang, the AP put together a list of 20 of the most important lessons Wang has learned in her 20-year career
We happen to think Target diffusion lines are really, really amazing. Not only does Target generally price things appropriately — they also have the sickest collaborations. And this is why the announcement of their Designer Collective project is the best news we’ve heard all week.
This morning, Rachel Sklar, editor at large of our sister site Mediaite, joined plus-size model and icon Emme on The Today Show to talk about the brouhaha surrounding Maura Kelly’s size-ist “Should Fatties Get A Room?” post for Marie Claire.
It takes an intensely creative mind to market a menswear line, but we’re giving a lot of cool points to designer Adam Kimmel for his latest clothing presentation. It’s a video of illusionist David Blaine wearing one of Kimmel’s tuxedos and swimming around with Great White sharks.
Lauren Conrad just finished up the book-signing tour for her new book, “Lauren Conrad Style.” And like any responsible young author, she took some time to download the hilarity of the tour on late-night television. Last night she went on “George Lopez Tonight” to talk about about pregnant women who stood in line for her while they were in labor and being so tired she didn’t even know what state she was in. But by far the funniest part of the segment was when Conrad talked about being attacked by monkeys in Bali.
Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Ian Ziering used to be one of the stars of the best show in the history of the world, Beverly Hills, 90210. As the vaguely-irritating-but-ultimately-lovable Steve Sanders, Ziering rocked a Brillo mullet and drove a Corvette. Now he’s hocking anti-aging products in New Jersey. We wish we were kidding.
Los Angeles Clippers rookie Al-Farouq Aminu played only one minute in last night’s season-opening 98-88 loss to the Trail Blazers, but his entrance ensured that he’ll get noticed anyway.
In all the controversy over Maura Kelly’s anti-fatties post for Marie Claire, the one side we haven’t heard from is Mike & Molly, the CBS sitcom that inspired Kelly’s post in the first place. Last night, Fancast caught up with creator Mark Roberts who had some choice words for Kelly, as well as the magazine.
Kate Moss has been so busy as of late! To keep you up-to-date on all of the essential Kate knowledge, we have compiled a Kate Moss digest just for you.
News broke yesterday that Anders Palm had optioned Isabella Blow’s biography, “Isabella Blow: A Life in Fashion” to use as the background for the film, and that some serious fashion heavy hitters will be involved in its production. The cast (if there even is one yet) hasn’t been announced, and it probably will be kept in the dark until production really gets rolling. With that in mind, we speculated about who might be the best fit for some of the movie’s biggest roles.
Kendall, bless her Alabaman heart, made us go to Times Square to see the sites. She was really impressed by the rotating lobster, the green spaces, and the AMC flagship. Needless to say, we’re now greasy, smelly, and bed-bug carriers. Gah! Damn you, Kendall and your sense of adventure! Anyway, the 20,000 of us (that’s me, Kendal and the buggies) just finished watching episode eight and we’re ready to recap, starting… now!
If you’re nine-year-old Willow Smith and your average, everyday, run-of-the-mill ensembles look something like this, one would assume that Halloween would entail a costume of such epic proportions so as to put Lady Gaga, Cher, and Elton John all to shame. So what does the pint-sized daughter of Jada Pinkett and Will Smith have up her sleeve?
We kinda thought that to earn their yearly bonuses, most people had to work really hard and do really great jobs. Apparently that logic doesn’t apply if you’re American Apparel CEO Dov Charney.
In case Lady Gaga wasn’t already in the running to be this year’s most popular Halloween costume, a steakhouse in New York’s Meatpacking District is jumping on the bandwagon with their very own 112-pound meat dress, complete with marrow bone necklace and headdress.
Say it with us: funeral fashion. When in mourning, not everyone can look as good as Naomi Campbell. We’re assuming that’s why the folks at the Necropolis Expo (the 18th International Exhibition of Funeral Art and Ritual Supplies, natch) held a funeral fashion show. Funeral! Fashion! We feel morbid writing about this, but these pictures needed to be shared.
Derek Lam‘s first collection for eBay will be the first diffusion line that asks shoppers to select which designs will actually make it to the point of sale.
Conde Nast’s print publications now have a little more control over their corresponding websites. WWD reports that the bulk of the sales and marketing efforts for sites like GQ.com and Allure.com has transferred from Conde Nast Digital to individual magazine publishers.