Back from her trip to the ancestral home in Michigan, our Hannah is back in the grips of her girl gang, and headed to a warehouse party in deep, deep Brooklyn. This is how I know I’m 100 years old — because you couldn’t pay me to go to a warehouse party in Bushwick. Not $100, not $1000. You know why? Because anything can happen in Bushwick. I might accidentally smoke crack (like Shoshanna) or flirt-text my boss (like Jessa) or spot my ex-boyfriend and his new “tiny Navajo” lover (like Marnie.) In fact, the only reason I ever went to such a party in the first place was because I hoped, like Hannah, that I might end up with a boyfriend.
Most stars were still at Cannes this weekend, which is why the biggest star at the Monaco Grand Prix was Nicole Scherzinger. Rather than give the Naked Red Carpet Nobody™ press, we’d like to discuss Princess Charlene.
To celebrate Queen Elizabeth and her Diamond Jubilee, Katie Couric interviewed members of the royal family for an ABC special, The Jubilee Queen With Katie Couric.
The CFDA Awards are going down Monday, and Matthew Crawley is involved.
Happy Memorial Day everyone! In honor of the day, we’ve compiled some editorials straight from the front lines of fashion.
Kanye West debuted his short film Cruel Summer at Cannes last week, and as we reported, it was an impressive (and impressively large) production.
Today’s DIY is simple, easy, and will instantly transform any old wooden bangle in your jewelry box — we’re showing you how to make thread-wrapped bracelets! All you need is a wooden bracelet, a hot glue gun, and some colorful thread. You can go for a tribal feel with greens and browns, nautical with blue and red, or try out our take on Spring’s pastel trend with light airy hues. Watch on to see how to make your own thread-wrapped bangle.
Take a minute out of your Memorial Day to enjoy this little gem from the Saturday Night Live archives.
Even though it’s Monday, it’s still the (Memorial Day) weekend. That’s why we’ve rounded up the 10 most perfect t-shirts for lounging at home or hanging in the park.
A dozen days have past since the start of Cannes Film Festival, which in Getty Images language means 221 events and 21026 images. And in our language means a veritable army of red carpet gowns.
Good old Rihanna. She has not a single $#*% to give about what anyone else thinks and we love her for that.
One of the all-time greatest feats of engineering, explained!
It seems Proenza Schouler‘s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are somewhat torn between luxury ‘glamping’ and communing with nature in the real, non-Vogue-endorsed sense. The designers were profiled in the New York Times this week at their rustic retreat in the Berkshires, the very same abode where they keep pigs and chickens and hold marathon [...]
It’s Memorial Day weekend, which means the dog days of summer are almost upon us! Let’s ring in the season with some very fashionable pooches.
Sin certainly makes for good magazine content – hell, Vice has built a whole empire on it – but we are somewhat perplexed at Bullett‘s choice of Blake Lively for the cover of their Summer 2012 ‘Sin Issue.’ The Gossip Girl star somehow manages to strike us as both syrupy-sweet and utterly bland – not quite the ingredients for an issue dedicated to dissolution.
A dress to appease both the old school film lover and tech-y nerd in you (kinda like wearable Instagram?)
Cannes you handle all this glamour? (sorry.)
Fashion just never seems to learn, does it?
Beyoncé held her first concert last night since giving birth to Blue Ivy back in January. It was an Atlantic City affair, meaning serious glitz was in order. And boy did B deliver.
With all the photocalls, red carpets, and windy days on the French Riviera it was bound to happen to somebody. And happen it did, to actress Arta Dobroshi, who had a Marilyn Monroe moment at the photocall for her movie “Trois Mondes” yesterday when she made the unfortunate decision to wear a very flippy skirt on a very blustery day.