Jessica Simpson’s wedding dress looks totally gorgeous in this new photo. More
Jessica Simpson‘s legs look enviably muscular in sexy new swimsuit selfies. More
Louis Vuitton has just debuted a new line of monogram bags that resemble their famous ancestors, but with a modern twist. More
I have a lot of issues with the concept of virginity. More
It’s certainly a better way of looking at weight loss and weight loss management than like, weirdly Photoshopped before-and-after pics or personal stories about how ashamed and terrible a person felt when they were overweight. More
And now, a word from the most reasonable, respected, and articulate person in Hollywood: Snooki. More
When stars like Jessica Simpson say “don’t talk about my weight gain” but also “here’s pictures of me now that I’m skinny,” it paints the normal changes a pregnant woman goes through as a personal shame and the subsequent weight loss as a public victory. More
I mean, can you remember the last time she sang something or appeared in a movie or TV show? Me either. Jessica Simpson’s fame now centers completely around her body and her weight, to the point that she gave an entire interview to a major US news channel that focuses almost exclusively on weight loss. More
There are certainly a few celebrity collections we wouldn’t brand uncool–The Row and Victoria Beckham spring to mind–but very few famous people can just waltz in on a highly specialized industry and produce good work.
…Luckily, they all have giant design teams making the actual decisions for them. Hence, every now and again, an uncool celebrity brand gets it right.
Even Carlos by Carlos Santana. More
Grunge has been “back” for so long that even Jessica Simpson knows about it. More
Is the world sick of fashion reality shows yet? Well, maybe there’s room for just one more. More
“Mirrors, a celebrity deathmatch, and possibly maternity clothes portraying he and Kim’s romance in Egyptian hieroglyphics… like the legend it is.” More
Jessica Simpson never met a talking point she couldn’t work. How else could such an unremarkable musician–originally packaged as a “more vanilla” Christina Aguilera–manage to last this long? She hasn’t released a single in four years, the most meaningful work she’s done since “A Public Affair” is knock off designers and exploit her weight fluctuations for tabloid attention. So, you’re a middling celebrity and you’ve already used your offspring to get a magazine cover? What to do? More