Topic: Audrey Hepburn

F*ck, Marry, Kill: Han Solo. Luke Skywalker. Darth Vader.

F*ck, Marry, Kill: Han Solo. Luke Skywalker. Darth Vader.

May 4th was Star Wars day–”May the fourth be with you”–and editors Jennifer Wright and Ashley Cardiff should have done a Star Wars-themed post but they didn’t! Instead, they let their ideas ripen! If you need a refresher on how to play Fuck Marry Kill, well, that sure surprises us, but here’s one anyway. Today’s players are the original trilogy’s protagonists as well as the Big Bad. More »

The Editors Discuss: Katherine Heigl & The Tricky Business Of Being America’s Sweetheart

The Editors Discuss: Katherine Heigl & The Tricky Business Of Being America's Sweetheart

A little while ago, Katherine Heigl landed the lead role in One For The Money, the first film adaptation of Janet Evanovich‘s massively popular Stephanie Plum series. That movie opens this week… and no one seems to have any idea. Today, editors Jennifer Wright and Ashley Cardiff are discussing Heigl’s prickly affect, her fall from Knocked Up superstardom and why it sucks to be America’s Sweetheart. More »

Gallery: Do Baby Bangs Look Good On Anyone?

Gallery: Do Baby Bangs Look Good On Anyone?

Earlier today on Refinery29, I read about how baby bangs are making a comeback, and felt conflicted. This tough-to-pull-off fashion statement has been around in various forms for quite some time, popping up most recently in fashion’s current favorite era, the early 90s. Things being as they are, they’re coming back around now, creeping beyond the heads of cool art school girls who work at custom sneaker shops in Mexico City and onto the heads of celebrities and the masses. They can look pretty great on the right person, but otherwise, they’re abjectly terrible. Take a look at some photos of them and you’ll see what I mean. More »

Even Audrey Hepburn Got Photoshopped: A Breakfast At Tiffany’s Before & After

Even Audrey Hepburn Got Photoshopped: A Breakfast At Tiffany's Before & After

You won’t believe this previously unseen “before” shot of Audrey Hepburn in one of the most famous press stills from Breakfast At Tiffany’s: in which one draconian art director with a grease pencil deemed Hepburn’s legendary beauty not quite legendary enough. Yes, even women renowned the world for their unforgettable faces over have fine lines, stray hairs, even–gasp!–pores. More »