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While New York Fashion Week may be questioning the relevancy of bloggers, it simply doesn’t apply to Miroslava Duma.
Free up your drinking hands and leave the tunes to the professionals.
Because nothing screams “welcome to the future” like hiring 2013′s creepiest GWC to shoot your 2014 calendar, Diesel have tapped Terry Richardson to do just that for their collaborative Playboy calendar.
Hearing Chanel and Christmas in the same sentence always took us to our happy place. That is, until Miley Cyrus took these two treasures and used them to recreate her 2013 VMAS performance for the holidays — complete with gyrating against one very Bad Santa.
We can’t decide if Amy Adams resurrected the best or worst of the ’90s when she hit last night’s American Hustle screening in a spider comb headband.
Rashida Jones postulates that stripper poles, G-strings, boobs, and a lot of tongue action are all normal accessories for mainstream pop stars.
OK. We know we say this about a lot of celebrities, but Diane Kruger is our ultimate, written-in-permanent-marker numero uno. Once, we even had a dream about her.
And we thought Canadians were supposed to be nice.
Frozen just got a whole lot more relevant.
“I just shoved four chocolate crinkles into my mouth.”
She’s number one!
Do not make a “Get Lucky” joke, do not make a “Get Lucky” joke …
Is that a look of terror? Annoyance? Suffering? Disapproval? All of the above?
Mean YouTube commenter: “Really? Sofia Coppola? This is completely uninspired …”
This fall has been my coziest to date thanks to my favorite new topper — the snood.
It’s getting towards the end of Fat December, and we’re all feeling a little sluggish both mentally and physically. But while this is a legitimate reason to help yourself to another slice of pie, it is not a reason to blatantly rip off someone else’s shoe designs because you can’t be arsed flexing your creative muscle.
Fashion and art have always been inextricably intertwined, but 2013 took their relationship next level. But no seriously, it is kind of like what sex is when you’re single — everybody’s doing it. Jeff Koons is doing it with Lady Gaga, Damien Hirst is doing it with Alexander McQueen, Yayoi Kusama is doing it George Clooney, and Will Cotton is doing it with food (macarons, to be precise).
We never thought we’d be saying it, but Joe Jonas has come along way since getting pelted with basketballs by hipsters — in fact, he’s a hipster himself now. And if being one means that he will be penning more tell-alls for New York Magazine and sporting a post-Movember moustache, we don’t hate it.
Each week we scroll through Instagram for the flats, pumps and platforms we’d do bad, bad things for. This week we’re bringing you a genre-defying collection ranging from festive flatforms and furry Fendi’s to mix-and-match boots, just in time for the weekend.