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While it was certainly fun to spot celebs and Olympians at New York Fashion Week, deep down inside, we knew that they were being paid a hefty sum just to sit in the front row.
Good morning, trick-or-treaters! Did you have fun celebrating Halloween? Because your favorite celebs sure did — and we think a lot of that had to do with their costumes.
We almost want to start a Tumblr called “Anna Wintour Et Al.” While there might have been a lot of celebrities hanging around the tents during New York Fashion Week, the Vogue editrix was undoubtedly the star of the show.
She might not be all that likely to throw her cell phone at your face, but one of the world’s biggest supermodels has been declared the the web’s most dangerous celebrity.
If you’ve read our humble little site more than once, you’ll know how incensed we get when we see a particularly bad bout of Photoshop tomfoolery. But we saw a post today that made us wonder whether we would feel the same about the process if pictures celebrities were altered to make them look fat instead of rail thin.
The top designers at New York Fashion Week have been fighting with IMG, which organizes Fashion Week presentations, over its policy for celebrity arrivals. Above, Bradley Cooper with Dee and Tommy Hilfiger before the designer’s 25th Anniversary show.
Vera Wang’s name made as many headlines as Chelsea Clinton’s this weekend, thanks to the much publicized wedding of the presidential offspring. But this isn’t the first time Wang has ruled the star-studded aisles of the rich and famous. From Victoria Beckham to Mariah Carey, Wang has no shortage of smitten clients — all of whom chose the designer for their fairytale moment.
Beauty magazines worldwide often stress the importance of adopting a beauty regimen to unlock future benefits in your 30s, 40s, and so on. But while you slather on some of Philosophy’s “Hope in a Jar” in your battle to beat the clock, a recent survey is telling women to hold their horses and let the secret to beauty come naturally. According to researchers, British women hit their peak of attractiveness at the age of 31 — but what happens after that?
Just when we had begun to entertain the idea that Lindsay Lohan would be wearing her SCRAM bracelet forever, the actress-cum-singer-cum-hot mess went back to court for her probation hearing today. She kept it pretty simple in a black shirt and pants, but her look got us wondering if celebrities ever wore any color to the courthouse. The answer is a resounding no.
We’d heard these things called Silly Bandz were all the rage, but until we stumbled upon US Magazine’s blurb on the growing craze of Silly Bandz among celebrities like alpha mom Sarah Jessica Parker — who wore a lime green one in the shape of who-knows-what — we had no idea how big they really were. And we’re all familiar with the domino effect that stems from a little bit of subliminal trend endorsements by celebrity moms.
As The Seventeen Magazine Project brilliantly illustrates, pig-tails — especially after the age of 5 — are a hot-button issue. But we’ve always just made an exception for Willie Nelson. After all, the guy is pushing 80 and has been sporting this trademark tresses since forever. But, no more.