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“Sleeping Beauty” sounds much nicer than “Slugabed,” doesn’t it?
This fall has been my coziest to date thanks to my favorite new topper — the snood.
We’d suggest doubling up — adopting out inanimate critters can be just as torturous as parting with the real thing.
They don’t always have to mean it when they say “You shouldn’t have”.
What’s better than paging through Playboy’s 60th anniversary issue starring Kate Moss, you ask? We say wearing the cover image on a cozy T-shirt designed by Marc Jacobs.
The photography bibles, It Girl instruction manuals and requisite horror novels we’ll be curling up with this Christmas.
She was raised on LiveJournal and lives on Tumblr, she crafts memes like they’re artisanal cupcakes, and gets pissed that real cats can’t leave trails of rainbows as they soar through the air wearing Pop-Tarts.
More to save us from ourselves than from the stun guns and/or shivs of deranged Black Friday shoppers, our moms always remind us we’d save more money not buying anything at all.
Even if you’re just resurfacing from your Turkey-induced coma, it’s imperative that you start taking advantage of the fruitful offers waiting for you here on the interweb. This said, no every deal strikes us being worth their salt. Here, we’ve narrowed down the Black Friday sales worth hitting and thrown in our editors’ picks for good measure (one might even be better than sex).
While everybody likes music, the music junkie lives music. And when sound waves are practically your source of air supply, there’s no more stifling time that Christmas.
What to get for the guy who hates everything (except for Kim Kardashian).
Ten totally f***ing quiche gifts to buy for Ja’mie IRL.
She collected miniature hotel room moisturizers while you collected Pokémon cards, and racks up frequently flyer points at the rate you lose bobby pins. She’s a wanderlust, a globetrotter, a jet-setter… Or maybe just a geographically intrepid dreamer.
If Just Jared is to be believed, all Kirsten Dunst‘s been doing for the last few months is grocery shopping with her mom, carrying doggy bags with boyfriend Garrett Hedlund and going on a lot of workout dates with Isla Fisher.
You say “steal,” I say “joint custody with unlimited visitation rights.”
You’ll have to file for bankruptcy as soon as businesses reopen, but at least she might let you steal a spritz of her new $865 Clive Christian perfume, have a go on her water-propelled jetpack, or keep a couple of the diamonds that fell off her $51,000 iced manicure.
She owns a bow and arrow, wont talk to Twilight fans, gets mad when you waste good food, and totally read the books before seeing the movies. She’s a flagrant Hunger Games geek, and when she’s not busy training for a battle to the death, you guys sometimes hang out in real life.
Hanukkah is just around the corner and since Thanksgiving is out to steal its spotlight for the first time in almost 100 years, it’s more important than ever for Jews to take back the holiday with dashing style. Enter GeltFiend, the Kickstarter-funded leading provider for those who like to get fancy during the Festival of Lights.
She shows up to brunch with her yoga mat (and orders coffee if it’s a cheat day), greets you with “Namaste” and makes you Instagram her in the Eka Pada Koundinyanasana II pose. No, she’s not Miranda Kerr, she’s your yogic friend
She won’t sleep without a dreamcatcher, insists on reading your horoscope, and never throws away handwritten notes. She’s your friend The Occultist, and though she has little taste for red-nosed reindeer or Mariah Carey‘s ‘All I Want for Christmas,’ you should probably still get her a gift.