Which of these Sex & The City puns were made up by our staff and which were actually written in the script by professional writers paid to write things? More
What the hell is this? More
For one woman, the perfect proposal involved Sex and the City. More
The ratio, any single woman in New York will tell you, is off. There are just too many women vying for too few men. The competition is stiff. But where did all of these beautiful, driven single women come from? And why are they taking over New York?
Blame Hollywood. More
Turbans are back. According to the Examiner, which recommends pairing a turban with some sweatpants (I imagine before you go on a brisk jog where you’ll formulate other bad ideas):
“it dates back to vintage glamour from the 1920′s, and we love a great vintage accessory come back! The 1920′s was such a classic era for fashion, therefore the turban is a great way to pay homage to the decade.”
Oddly, I notice no on is enthusiastic about the opium pipe I’ve been toting around, or my tortoiseshell diaphragm. I do not know why. I guess most of the people I encounter don’t like vintage glamor, or realize that you need a “turtle friend” in a world full of Julian Assange types.
Anyhow, let’s rate how well turbans work on different people: More
What’s in Kate Moss’ beauty bag? …Surprisingly little. Because she is a supermodel. -The Telegraph
Chinese designer Guo Pei makes pieces with an opulence and attention to detail that rival Galliano’s work at Dior. Check out those stunning shoes. -On the Runway
Could the Rodarte sisters land an Oscar for Black Swan? With all this talk of their nightmare tutus, they seem like a lock. -Coco Perez
And in anticipation of Black Swan, here’s some memorable ballerina-inspired editorials. -Fashionista
Marc goes to Tokyo, Tavi rocks a bindi, Viktor & Rolf touch pinkies and More
That’s the question posed by this headband, on sale for $35 at Etsy. The cranial adornment comes complete with a patch of grass for Bambi to sit on. Honestly, this thing makes SJP’s notorious hats look run-of-the-mill.