Did you know that Jennifer Lawrence is not actually an oppressed teenager like Katniss Everdeen, but a 22-year-old woman who would almost be out of college by now if insanely successful young actors went to college? It’s true. (And yet, it still kind of creeps me out that the grown men who populate AskMen.com voted her “most fuckable woman of 2013” or whatever.) Perhaps in recognition of her budding desirability, her latest fashion spread in Vogue Italia veers away from Vogue UK‘s shout out to sweater fetishists and focuses more on hot young actress fetishists, as well as clothing fetishists (duh, it is Vogue). Check her out executing some serious fashion poses and making some serious sexyface, then cry bitter tears of “WTF?!” when you remember that she is obese by Hollywood standards. More
Topic: the hunger games
“I eat like a caveman, I’ll be the only actress who doesn’t have anorexia rumors.” How, dear Lawrence, does a caveman eat? More
As previously reported, Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence can be seen on the November cover of Vogue UK looking fancy and lovely in Dolce & Gabbana. But anyone who opens up the magazine expecting to find a collection of similar photographs is in for a disappointment; the editorial within shows a much more casual J-Law lounging around in various snuggly sweaters. This is bound to disappoint certain fashionistas, but it should be a pleasant surprise for sweater-lovers, MDMA addicts (she looks so soft!), and anyone who likes to fantasize about what Jennifer Lawrence would look like if they accompanied her on a romantic fall leaf-peeping trip upstate. Which one are you? More
For your niece, of course. More
For seers. More
Welcome to celebrity-dom, Jennifer Lawrence! Prepare to have everything you wear for the rest of your life cruelly scrutinized by bloggers like me. Starting with the outfit you wore to The Hunger Games‘ premiere in Madrid last night. We need to talk about it. More
She’s not wearing any pants, for starters. No pants at all. More
Tyra Banks’ novel Modelland comes out on September 13. The book is about a fictional world where families push their daughters to compete for the chance to be taken to a place called, well, Modelland. There, the girls learn to become “Intoxibellas,” which are probably a mix of geishas and superheroes. The first chapter is up on Barnes and Noble’s website, and I couldn’t help but notice how many similarities Modelland has with The Hunger Games. That’s a smart move on Tyra’s part, since the Hunger Games trilogy is the biggest thing in Hollywood right now. So where are the overlaps? More
Few things fill a young (or post quarter-life) heart more than the men she meets in the “young adult” books she reads. From Anne of Green Gables to (gulp) Twilight, each page of these books is filled with love, heroism and… kissing. A lot of highly-described, will-they-or-won’t-they kissing. Yes, yes, they support multidimensional heroines and often promote female empowerment and self-discovery, but more importantly, they often take off their shirts. And what lies under those shirts? Pure, post-pubescent hotness.
I present to you The 10 Hottest Men in Young Adult Fiction. More
They say that it’s easier for bulimics than anorexics to acknowledge their problem. Which makes sense, if you think about it. Anorexics can pass of their disorder as “a diet” albeit severe whereas, with bulimics, the whole fingers down the throat bit is, shall we say, harder to swallow.
Abbey Lee Kershaw and Susie Black by David Bailey, 2010
*I know it’s not that “retro” but I liked the image of models with their mouths covered in gold to kick off the “Hunger Games” week Midas style.