I know people who go to fashion week are always saying things like “my feet are killing me!” and “this job will be the death of me,” but despite what Rachel Zoe would have you believe, nobody has “literally” died there until now. Maybe people will stop saying those things now? More
Angelina Jolie is on the cover of January’s Marie Claire looking as radiant as ever, and there are a whole lot more pretty pictures inside. What does she talk about in the article? Oh, lots of things. Her directorial debut In The Land Of Blood And Honey, social justice, not having very many friends, and wanting to move away from acting. The article is full of interesting stuff; here are eight choice quotes, plus all the photos from the editorial. More
The title says it all. More
They don’t call her Lara Stone for nothing. More
We already know what fashion people think of Fashion Week: they think it is The Greatest. (Or they pretend to be annoyed by it, but secretly think it is The Greatest. Same diff.) But what do regular, non-fashion people think of it? I went to Lincoln Center (and a few other places) and spoke to some people whose occupations take them directly into the line of fire. More
Kate Moss got stressed out about her wedding, just like a normal person would. More
The latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar has a pretty adorable interview with Debbie Harry, conducted by none other than Lady Gaga. Now, normally I think it’s annoying when an interviewer talks about herself too much, but she’s Lady fucking Gaga, so there’s a case to be made for different rules applying. (Although let the record show that I find Debbie Harry massively more interesting than Gaga.) I’m actually sort of amazed at how much info about herself she managed to cram into each “question,” but it’s okay because it produced gems like these: More
What’s that, Lily Allen? American celebrities are all on weird diets? You don’t say. More
Two interviews recently jumped out at me for the insane disparity between a celebrity’s conventional attractiveness and the bad feelings said celeb claims to have had about herself: English fashion model and “it girl” Daisy Lowe, and computerized torture pop expert Katy Perry. More
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Kathleen Hanna is pretty much Teflon to me. Which is why it pains me so much to have to call her out on some things. More
Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are known for two things: playing the adorable/annoying Michelle Tanner on nineties sitcom “Full House,” and their fashion sense. Specifically, that ultra-layered “granny chic” thing that only looks good on people with zero percent body fat. More
Writer and illustrator Penelope Bagieu is one of the most popular bloggers in Europe, but until now she’s been an unknown in America. Her blog Ma Vie Est Tout a Fait Fascinante (My Life Is Completely Fascinating) chronicled Bagieu’s life, complete with illustrations. She then created a character named Josephine and has written three graphic novels about Josephine and her life adventures in Paris. (Though the books are currently available only in French, the fetching illustrations make it fun and relatively easy for non-speakers to follow along.) In her first-ever U.S. interview, Penelope talked about Paris’ blogger scene, how to create your opposite, and whether it’s true that American women are less stylish than French ones. More
E! host and reality star Giuliana Rancic is launching a newsletter website called FabFitFun. From Monday through Friday, readers can go to her website and get advice and tips about everything from fitness to style. We spoke to Giuliana about body image, putting your marriage on television, and who advice-givers get advice from. More