Topic: Burt Reynolds

Red Carpet Rundown: Mostly Ugly Dresses & Surprisingly Bright Suits At Spike TV’s Guys Choice Awards

Red Carpet Rundown: Mostly Ugly Dresses & Surprisingly Bright Suits At Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards

While we are well aware that fashion isn’t really the main focus of Spike TV’s Guys Choice Awards, we still have to admit: its red carpet was pretty awful. The multitudes of short, black, leopard-print dresses, the ill-fitting suits, the superfluous lace, the cutouts — oh, the cutouts.

To be fair, this is exactly what one should expect from an awards show with categories like “Most Unstoppable Jock,” “Hottest A(l)lison” and “Jean-Claude Gahd Dam.” Come glance at Jennifer Aniston looking like Ke$ha, good looking guys wearing brightly-colored suits and both of Jessica Alba‘s rad dresses. More »

Zac Efron Provides a Compelling Visual Argument Against the Mustache

Zac Efron Provides a Compelling Visual Argument Against the Mustache

You know, I’ve always been against the resurgence of the mustache. In its rebirth, it has never been serious, never manly, like it was back in the ’70s. It has only been ridiculous, an embarrassment to our generation.

But as evidenced by the faces of men from Brooklyn to Silver Lake, my wishes to see the mustache not reappear have not been taken seriously, and the ‘stache is now a prominent accessory on many a male upper lip. More »

Mustache Toast is the New Black

Mustache Toast is the New Black

In the past, I’ve voiced my disdain for the seemingly never-ending hipster fascination with everything mustache. It’s like, let’s just take this facial hair concept and beat it until it’s lying dead on the street with no hope of revival. Let’s tattoo mustaches on our asses and our hands, and grown them on our faces, and wear them on hats and necklaces and t-shirts, and paint them on walls, and name dodgeball teams after them, and frame pictures of movie stars with them, and carry on this way until we’ve conceived of every possible thing to do with a mustache and we can’t stand to look at them anymore. More »