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Last night, Tavi Gevinson made history as Stephen Colbert‘s youngest-ever guest on “The Colbert Report”, which, needless to say, just about made our week.
Last week, Stephen Colbert celebrated his new book “America Again: Re-Becoming the Greatness We Never Weren’t” at the Brooks Brothers‘ flagship on Madison Avenue. The comedian was obviously outfitted by the brand, but as it turns out, he’s actually been wearing Brooks Brothers on his show since 2006.
Looking for something to wear while you lounge on your couch this election season, eating Stephen Colbert‘s AmeriCone Dream and watching The Daily Show? Urban Outfitters has you covered.
The Fab Five continue to make their television appearances. As much as we’ve enjoyed watching them be all cute and bubbly during interviews, their latest appearance on The Colbert Report is the best and funniest one so far.
This year, Maxim allowed readers to vote for its annual Hot 100 list of sexy ladies. The list is filled with the usual suspects like Bar Refaeli (no. 1), Jessica Alba (no. 33), and…Stephen Colbert? Yep.
Last night, Stephen Colbert took to The Colbert Report to poke fun at the latest in covert fashion. A refresher: brands like Woolrich and Under Armour are selling tops and bottoms with specially-designed pockets and elastic waistbands to conceal firearms and handcuffs.
Great fashion moments aren’t just relegated to great fashion people. 2011 was the year newscasters provided us with some of our favorite fashion moments — from excellent style choices to fun interviews to downright hysterical coverage.
This week Kate Moss got the Carrie Bradshaw treatment and Kate Middleton wore a floral pancake hat. LOVE Magazine totally ruled, plus-size model secrets were exposed, and Rachel Zoe‘s baby son got us all envious. Also, OMFG Mariah Carey.
On last night’s Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert tackled those racially-targeted Summer’s Eve ads featuring talking vagina hands. But while we took issue with their ethnic stereotyping and vagina-shaming tactics, Colbert complained that there aren’t any equally insulting ads made for men. So he did what any self respecting news comedian would do and made one himself.
A few weeks ago, we introduced you to Dove’s latest product: their “Ultimate Go Sleeveless Nourished Beauty Deodorant” which promises to make your absolutely hideous armpits extra pretty. Last night, Stephen Colbert congratulated Unilever (Dove’s parent company) on its incredibly successful policy of “shamovation”. (Which is pronounced “SHAME-O-VATION”, in case you were wondering.)
Have you heard of Levi’s ex-girlfriend jeans? They’re the denim company’s menswear answer to their popular boyfriend jeans for ladies. They’re also probably the skinniest dude jeans in the world. And Stephen Colbert is not amused.
If the pressure of being watched by millions on live television for a few hours everyday wasn’t already pressure enough, anchors and reporters for the nation’s biggest TV news networks are also expected to look good. And instead of phoning it in with cheap suits and overworn pastels, the year’s best newscasters took their on-air — and on the street — wardrobes to new heights with looks that are professional, relatable and still have the ability to inspire serious closet envy.
GQ‘s annual Men of the Year issue always features famous guys who are given different monikers of awesomeness. This year, James Franco shines as the magazine’s Leading Man. And we certainly can’t say he doesn’t deserve it, especially given all the hard work he’s done (and the little bits of drag he’s left floating around on the Internet). But what gives us pause is the clothing — or relative lack thereof — that Franco is wearing in his cover shot. Unlike the other three formally dressed cover stars, Franco assumes a rather casual pose in a rumpled red t-shirt from Armani Exchange.