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This weekend, Michael Douglas is going to blow all of our minds by portraying the human discoball that was Liberace. Based on HBO promos for Behind The Candelabra, we can already tell that he steps into the bedazzled platform shoes seamlessly; but credit must be given where due and in this case the film’s costume designer deserves some acknowledgement.
Last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Elisabeth Moss pranced on set in an adorable tennis-dress styled LBD and a striking new hairdo. Her character on Mad Men may have had the worst day of work in the latest episode, but this look landed Moss as our best of the day.
On The Client List, Jennifer Love Hewitt plays a high-end escort. So it shouldn’t shock that she shows plenty of skin on the show’s promotional materials, but sure enough a scandal erupted over her scantily clad billboard images last year. She told Conan O’Brien all about it last night, plus what it’s like to pretty much live in lingerie now.
The fashion world collectively freaked out when David Bowie released the video for “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” with Tilda Swinton and Bowie himself playing an old couple with “a nice life,” (as she says in the supermarket). We can all gasp and shriek once again, because the next Bowie mini-movie is here, and it’s basically a dream (nightmare?) come true.
The second installment of the new Aol Originals reality series #CandidlyNicole has Nicole and celebrity florist Eric Buterbaugh assigning personalities to different blooms (anemones are “a little slutty”, by the way).
Reese Witherspoon may have played a lawyer in Legally Blonde, but she couldn’t talk her way out of a certain dust-up with police officers two weeks ago. She was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia for disorderly conduct after berating the cops who arrested her husband Jim Toth for driving under the influence. A very embarrassed and humbled Witherspoon stopped by Good Morning America for her first-ever post-arrest interview, and spoke to George Stephanopoulos about “the elephant in the room”.
“Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s” isn’t just the siren song of a shopper who knows her stuff, it’s also the title of a forthcoming documentary — in theaters in New York tomorrow — that stars the historical store, and pretty much everyone who’s anyone in fashion.
On last night’s Conan, Ke$ha bizarrely revealed her love of putting men’s beards in her mouth while wearing a dress printed with the host’s face. We couldn’t make this up even if we tried.
If you’ve got a case of the Mondays, perhaps Chanel’s cute new short film with Keira Knightley will cheer you up. The actress plays Coco Chanel in the brand’s latest Karl Lagerfeld-directed short film, and we’ve got a preview right here.
Kate Middleton has been a big supporter of children’s hospices for quite some time, and now she’s lending her voice for the UK’s Children’s Hospice Week from April 26 to May 3.
The wait is over, guys — we’ve got Beyoncé‘s full H&M campaign video! And spoiler alert: it features a brand spankin’ new song!
Dove’s latest “Real Beauty” campaign video in which a criminal sketch artist shows just how hard women are on themselves is an eye-opening must watch. Now, so is the parody. Happy Friday, peeps!
The power of celebrity can’t be denied when it comes to drumming up funds and media attention for a cause, and one organization is pulling out all the stops to get their message out.
We’re not regular watch wearers, but new-to-us Swedish brand TRIWA (short for Transforming the Industry of Watches) has converted us with this cheeky date-gone-wrong video.
Lindsay Lohan‘s appearance on David Letterman last night felt more like a roast than an actual interview. But that’s not what made her tear up on stage.
We’ve long admired Cameron Russell for being so outspoken about the modeling industry, and her TEDxMidAtlantic talk in December was nothing short of eye-opening and inspiring. But she’s not a one trick pony, and in an interview with ABC Nightline, the 25-year-old Boston native continues to speak out about the industry, and reveals her plan to transform feminist artists, writers, and more into “runway-ready glamazons” as part of her upcoming magazine.
Well, we guess we should’ve seen this one coming.
Ari Seth Cohen has teamed up with Coach on a series of videos with some of his favorite Advanced Style ladies, and top bloggers. While Susie Lau and Nadia Sarwar‘s videos are cute, our favorite is probably Leandra Medine‘s because her interaction with Lynn Dell is basically like a kid playing dress-up with her grandmother.
Marilyn Monroe’s “Last Sitting” shoot for Vogue in 1962 is iconic for so many reasons. But did you ever wonder how the photos came to be? In Nowness‘ latest video, the man behind the spread, Bert Stern, reveals all the details.
It’s official: Jourdan Dunn has a serious soft spot for Asian cuisine. In previous episodes, the Brit has cooked up Cantonese duck and spicy Thai beef salad, and in the season finale of Well Dunn, Dunn shows us how to make Chinese sweet and sour ribs.