Topic: Gwen Stefani

Red Carpet Rundown: Emma Watson, Chloe Sevigny and Paris Hilton Premiere The Bling Ring In LA

Red Carpet Rundown: Emma Watson, Chloe Sevigny and Paris Hilton Premiere The Bling Ring In LA

The Bling Ring premiered in LA last night with a splashy Louis Vuitton (of course) and Vanity Fair-hosted red carpet.

The stars wore an impressively interesting assortment of looks–what else would we expect from rising style stars like Emma Watson, not to mention established fashion icons like Chloe Sevigny, Gwen Stefani and Sofia Coppola? Check out all the looks below.

And yes, Paris Hilton was there. What else is she doing these days? More »

25 Awesome Homemade Halloween Costumes You Can Make From Stuff You Already Own

25 Awesome Homemade Halloween Costumes You Can Make From Stuff You Already Own

Every year we say the same thing, “Nope, not spending money on a Halloween costume, just going to stay in, not a chance, harrumph, bah humbug” and all that. And every year, we inevitably end up at some Halloween party, looking like the one asshole who’s too cheap or too morose to wear a damn costume. So, this year, we’re cutting that off at the pass (and helping you out, if you’re anything like us) with ideas for 25 last minute homemade Halloween costumes, all assembled from stuff you probably have in your closet. You don’t even need a very interesting closet, either. More »

Gallery: Gwen Stefani’s Beauty Transcends Uncle Terry’s Photography In Harper’s Bazaar

Gallery: Gwen Stefani's Beauty Transcends Uncle Terry's Photography In Harper's Bazaar

’90s pop-ska powerhouse No Doubt is getting ready to release their first album in over a decade, and you know what that means: lots and lots of photos of Gwen Stefani in magazines!  Her latest appearance comes courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar, which could have hired a more interesting photographer than Uncle Terry. However, I’m willing to semi-forgive them because the clothes she wears in the shoot are perfect, and because I love Gwen Stefani in that intense, enduring, and slightly irratonal way you love an artist who meant a lot to you when you were 11 and just getting into music. The accompanying profile doesn’t reveal much we didn’t already know about Gwen, but it’s worth a read anyway if you are obsessed with her. Which I am. More »