Out of all the citizens in all of the cities in all of these United States of America, the people of New York are the most interested in big butts and the numbers do not lie. According to statistics from a plastic-surgery referral website called RealSelf, New York plastic surgery seekers are the most interested in a procedure dubbed the Brazilian Butt Lift. That procedure involves taking fat from one part of the body and moving it to the booty because big butts are now in style. More
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They were beaten by a suit covered in diamonds. More
The decadent 1920s fashions on display in Baz Luhrmann‘s new film version of The Great Gatsby are so beautiful that it’s easy to forget they’re a symbol of some less-than-beautiful things: hubris, materialism, and the gilded cage that Tom Buchanan keeps his wife Daisy in. At least, that’s what Tiffany & Company is betting on with their Great Gatsby tie-in line of jewelry! From a diamond and pearl headpiece that costs $200,000 (pictured) to all manner of dangly baubles and jewels, this collection asks you to look at these shiny, shiny fineries and forget all about the sinister narrative role they play in the film. So sparkly. So forgetful. You will covet them like Gatsby covets Daisy: fiercely and inappropriately. More
This shoe requires a lot of big, bad buddies. (Seriously, it has a larger entourage than most celebrities.) More
How do you feel about pink sparkles all of over your phone? Like they’re a little tacky, but shiny? More
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When the wedding scene in “Breaking Dawn” started, my photographer friend sitting next to me in the theater leaned over and jokingly whispered, “that’s what you should do for your wedding!” More
To complement Cellular Power Infusion, their $475 skin-firming gel. More
Are you currently lighting hundred dollar bills on fire because you like how Ben Franklin’s face gets all crackly? Crackle, crackle, Benji! Crackle your little wig! I think I went to a weird place there, also, I am poor, now. Anyhow, if that’s something you do, too, maybe you should also be buying the $1,000 wrinkles creams featured in New Beauty (print). But which one? Which goddamn one? I will help you. More