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When you get invited to a wedding celebration thrown by the crew at Martha Stewart Weddings, believe us when we say you should check the “attending” box — or, as it were, send an “Yes” email to their RSVP address.
Is there anything that Martha Stewart won’t get crafty with? Probably not. At the American Made Awards in New York earlier this week, Stewart sported a pair of metallic Christian Louboutin pumps, but revealed a little secret about her red soles.
The showdown between Macy’s and J.C. Penney rages on.
Uhhh, this is just a little weird.
Here’s something that won’t surprise you in the least. Martha Stewart‘s purple-tongued chow chow Genghis Khan won the best of breed award at the Westminster Kennel Club’s annual dog show on Monday. Because how could he not?
In what is probably the most amusing case of the pot calling the kettle black this year so far, Macy’s filed a lawsuit in which it claimed that Martha Stewart shouldn’t be allowed to sell her home goods collection at JC Penney because that store’s “less upscale” market cheapens the value of Stewart’s Macy’s line.
Over the weekend, we posited that Martha Stewart was taking a page out of Lady Gaga‘s book with the moth-winged cover of her Halloween issue, which looked remarkably similar to the latter’s sequin butterfly-applique cover for V magazine. Well, it turns out Stewart wasn’t copying Gaga — she was copying herself. One savvy reader found no less than five instances of straight-up copy and paste content in this year’s issue.
Call it a sign of the times, but you know Lady Gaga means something big when even Martha Stewart wants her makeup done like the Mother Monster’s.
Will we ever get over the fact that Martha Stewart used to model? Probably not. And now we’ve got one more example of her past prowess, via a 1956 Unilever commercial for deodorant soap starring then-15 year old Stewart.
In honor of the launch of our newest sister site, Mogulite, which covers the crazy expensive world of corporate gurus, enterprising celebrities and up-and-coming titans, we’ve put together a list of the most fashionable moguls across all industries — and some of our picks may surprise you. Money may be able to buy you designer brands, but only good taste can give you style.
Are there two people better suited to talk about life, food and fashion than former model/current media mogul Martha Stewart and Vogue contributing editor Andre Leon Talley? No, no there are not.
We feel compelled to warn you: Thursday’s episode of The Martha Stewart Show is going to be a wedding extravaganza the likes of which you have never seen before in your entire life. What makes it different? Six words: Oscar de la Renta’s bridal collection. (Five more real quick: presented by the man himself!)
Despite being less than one year old, we’ve written and published over 3,200 stories in 2010 — an accomplishment due in no small part to our debatably healthy obsession with the topic at hand, our indefatigable interns, our ingenious contributors, and, most importantly, the support of our readers. Which is why, instead of picking our ten favorite posts of the year, we picked your favorite posts of the year. The numbers don’t lie — and these ones reveal some very interesting things.
Last night, Zac Posen became the luckiest boy in the world when he made a winning bid on an internship with Martha Stewart, who is just our favorite person in the world. The designer ponied up $3,500 to spend six weeks learning from the domestic diva at a charity gala benefiting The Martha Stewart Center for Living at Mount Sinai Hospital. It’s a generous donation to a worthy organization, and we’re excited to see what Posen will learn.
Somewhere at the intersection of our undying love of fashion and our intense love of super delicious food, there’s a fantasy that involves sitting down over a bowl of hearty soup with Andre Leon Talley and Martha Stewart. Yesterday, it (almost) came true.
We’ve been paying extra close attention to Martha Stewart and all her fabulousness since she started interviewing fashion people on her show earlier this summer. So when we found out that on the eve of her television empire’s move to the Hallmark Channel she’d answer a few questions from reporters around the country on a conference call, we cleared our schedules and prepared to dial in.
This week was full of highs (like all the fun TV news we got on Wednesday — Tim Gunn on Gossip Girl!) and lows (like American Apparel hanging on by a loose financial thread). If you’ve missed any fashion news this week, read on.
Ever since Martha Stewart started interviewing fashion people on her show, we’ve been keeping tabs on her work in the industry. We didn’t think it could get much better than her glamorous modeling gig with Chanel, but we might have made that call a little too early.
When Eddie Ross made an off-the-cuff biting comment about his former boss, the last thing he expected was to get called off of a radio show gig. But maybe he should have thought twice, given his former boss was Martha Stewart and the comment was made to The New York Times.
Consider our minds blown and apologies if we’re way late to the party, but we had absolutely no idea that Martha Stewart used to be a model. It took Racked’s coverage of Andre Leon Talley’s appearance on her show this morning to open our eyes. Naturally, we did some digging (read: google searching) and found these amazing images of a very svelte and very young Stewart. We’re in love.