Anyone familiar with The Gloss‘ fashion coverage knows our opinion of music awards show red carpets: they are uniformly the worst.
…The thing about last night’s 2013 Billboard Music Awards? They were a different dimension of the worst. Every look was a jumble of ill-conceived ideas and bad planning.
Get ready for a few glorious pages of horrible to sublimely ridiculous red carpet moments, all in one place. Happy Monday! More
“Celine Dion” and “sexy” might not be two words you readily associate with one another, but did you know you’re wrong? In the latest issue of V Magazine, Celine causes countless weird boners by strutting around in her underthings and making blowjay eyes at the camera. The accompanying article is less disturbingly good and more run-of-the-mill good (if you’re into reading about Celine Dion); in addition to her adorable quote about how she loves Adele, she talks about the music industry, motherhood, and her infamously big mouth. More
It’s easy to make fun of Celine Dion, but I find her girl crush on Adele extremely endearing. More
As a rule, I think women look fantastic in suits. With a bit of confidence (and, frankly, a bit of height) women can really stand out in trousers and a jacket. Unfortunately, we can’t all be Leighton or Natalia. Sometimes we fail. And when we do, we fail spectacularly.
I don’t remember why I joined the prom committee. Maybe it was ironic. Possibly I was just trying to star in my own private episode of Daria. More
When I got married in June, my husband was in charge of one thing: our song. That was his project. It was one of the few things he seemed actually interested in, so I figured that I should let him … More
Leighton Meester showed up to the Gotham Awards in a Thom Browne suit and honestly, she killed it. She looked sexy and effortless and cool. She softened the menswear-inspired outfit with feminine make-up, flowy hair and Faragamo heels, which might be why it worked like gang busters. I tend to think women in suits look great. Of course, there are the occasional failures (lots of those ahead) but when it works, does it ever work. More