Topic: Interviews

Gallery: Christina Hendricks Looks Predictably Gorgeous In BlackBook

Gallery: Christina Hendricks Looks Predictably Gorgeous In BlackBook

The March 2012 issue of BlackBook features a cover story on the untouchable Christina Hendricks, as well as a photo shoot with the somewhat tired theme of “sexy woman frolics moistly in the ocean”…because she’s a sexy siren, get it? But while I might wish magazines would come up with some new ideas, I’m pretty sure Christina Hendricks can do no wrong, so I’m giving this editorial a thumbs up, anyway. Check out all the hott pix, plus some stuff you probably already knew about her (from the accompanying story), after the jump. More »

Gallery: Angelina Jolie’s Lips Dominate The January Issue Of Marie Claire

Gallery: Angelina Jolie's Lips Dominate The January Issue Of Marie Claire

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 »

Woman On The Street: What Do ‘Regular’ People Think Of Fashion Week?

Woman On The Street: What Do 'Regular' People Think Of Fashion Week?

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 »

Lady Gaga’s Shoes Understand Her Better Than People Do

Lady Gaga's Shoes Understand Her Better Than People Do

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 »