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Before she was a “money girl” (industry parlance for models making six figures or more), the supermodel was given the single craziest piece of diet advice we’ve ever heard. More
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Life is hard. You toil away for years, climbing professional ladders rung by agonizing rung, trying to make some semblance of a personal life. Maybe you date and have kids but the stress and the suffocating sadness that accompany age will just drive a wedge between you and your loves ones. At a certain point, it just makes more sense to give up. But then…
Then you see someone like Kim Kardashian and you know you have the inner strength to go on. More
Model Katia Elizarova may have one-upped everyone on the horrifying diet tip when she told the Sunday Times she saw her peers PULL OUT THEIR OWN TEETH to look thinner. More
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There are stories about eating disorders day in and day out. It’s sick, but we love to hear about people who have lost their ability to feed themselves adequately. Though we can’t stop chattering about them, we never seem to be getting the conversation about eating disorders quite right. We screw up in a lot of ways when we discuss eating disorders, but among the most egregious missteps is how we treat those we wouldn’t expect to be sick. Can we please stop associating eating disorders with privileged white girls and start accepting that they happen to all kinds of different people? More
In what is usually an unapologetic gambit for pop culture relevance, a famous female celebrity has posed in her underwear for a ladmag. While we have no objection to posing in underwear (ladmags are another story), we’re not going to pretend it’s a career decision that hinges on celebrating one’s body, taking control of one’s sexuality or just having a great underwear time in front of strange people with cameras. It does, however, have a lot to do with generating blog posts exactly like this one. More
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What with the surprise emergence of prolonged fasting as a hot new diet trend this year, we shouldn’t really be surprised by any particular way people begin eating nowadays. One need only see a blockbuster cookbook dismissing most solid foods … More
As part of her supermodel promotional duties, Kroes chatted with British Vogue–who won’t be featuring her on the cover, but who did snag her time for the next best thing: diet tips! You know, because that’s what women give a shit about.
This morning, we were surprised to learn that beloved Italian designer Valentino Garavani follows a stunningly strict diet–without going too deep into it, the regimen involves “no sugar, no milk, no dairy except goat cheese, no gluten pasta, Bio Rice, no meat, some fish (not the ones with mercury), vegetables, no potatoes, no bread except rice crackers or grissini, one glass of red wine, sugarless sherbet, all sweets made with almond milk and xylitol sweetener, and one coffee a day.” So, basically hell.
Still, we were surprised that designers eat so strict when their bodies aren’t the primary focus of the industry’s scrutiny (well, not as much). This got us thinking: is Valentino unusual? Or extreme? We researched 10 designer diets to determine the answer. More
“No sugar, no milk, no dairy except goat cheese, no gluten pasta, Bio Rice, no meat, some fish (not the ones with mercury), vegetables, no potatoes, no bread except rice crackers or grissini, one glass of red wine, sugarless sherbet, all sweets made with almond milk and xylitol sweetener, and one coffee a day.” More
As a lady blog (one of several!), we get bombarded with a lot of information about fantastical new diets all the time. For the most part, they’re a repackaging of the same fluffy bullshit that celebrities parrot ad nauseam in gossip weeklies–broccoli and fish! grilled chicken and salad!–but occasionally we encounter something extremely bizarre and new. More