Fashion icon Grace Coddington, having retired from Vogue, is keeping busy with a new scent from Comme des Garcons and, it seems, being somewhat relaxed. Into the Gloss stopped by her apartment in New York—decorated by an artful, homey cluster of black and white photographs—and discussed her lifelong beauty routine,…
Ridiculously cheap underwear, the new best coffee maker, and Anker’s new robot vacuum kick off today’s best deals.
A few weeks ago Matt McGorry, actor and male feminist du jour, shared a photo of himself crying. “Who needs bravado when you’ve got vulnerability? Being a ‘real man’ is being true to yourself,” McGorry wrote in the accompanying tweet. Hashtagged #FindYourMagic, McGorry’s tears were manufactured for a new Axe campaign.
As much as you might prepare for the birth of your child, chances are something unexpected will happen. Some moms have had glorious orgasms giving birth, while others’ experiences were more torturous. From uncontrollable poops to the need for new shoes, here are the gritty “secrets” about childbirth you might not have…
Judge Judy Sheindlin appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday evening to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her show, and man, was she a vision in creamsicle orange.
Jennifer Lopez promotes wage equality, confronts workplace sexual harassment and rebels against domesticity in the most overwrought way possible in the music video for her feminist anthem “Ain’t Your Mama.”
If you’re Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, you probably spend a good amount of time these days fielding angry phone calls and quietly wondering how hard it is, really, to just fake your own death and disappear. But sometimes you also have to go defend Donald Trump!
Andrew Kornfeld, the man who called 911 to report Prince being found unconscious in an elevator, is currently under investigation “for the unauthorized practice of medicine,” but you wouldn’t know that from asking him—as he hasn’t said a word to reporters since the incident occurred.
At this point in the country’s history, we have enough of a few things: Kardashians, types of peanut butter, and straight, white men holding political office. We’re good! Thanks for your contribution, but we’re good. Now, a new political action committee is dedicated to spreading the gospel of having fewer white men…
KFC, a popular American chain enjoyed primarily by the very young or the very stoned, has an exciting new offering in Hong Kong: Edible, chicken-flavored nail polish. Please hold your questions until the end, at which point you undoubtedly have even more.
MSNBC commentator and Hardball host Chris Matthews found himself so captivated by the gait of Melania Trump while covering the Indiana primary on Tuesday night that he felt the need to express his admiration...out loud...with his mic on.
Justin Timberlake has spent the day peppering the internet with bite-sized morsels of intel on his new single, “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” scheduled to drop Friday at midnight. It’s the first track he’s released on his own in almost three years, and the man is really milking the moment for all it’s worth.
Taylor Swift not only made more money than every other musical artist in 2015, she made every other musical artist look like a wretched little match girl pleading for change outside a shuttered Barnes & Noble.
Bringing together two names that you thought would remain separate forever, comedian Arsenio Hall is suing Sinead O’Connor for $5 million for defamation after the musician accused Hall of supplying Prince with drugs and spiking her “years ago at Eddie murphy’s house.”
In today’s Tweet Beat, I find Madonna’s thirst personally stressful, Rosie O’Donnell just got on the Lemonade train and for a nice change of pace, Mario Lopez hangs out with some nuns.
A high-ranking editor at Las Vegas Review-Journal, the newspaper that gained notoriety after casino magnate Sheldon Adelson purchased it, recently informed employees that they could be fired if they were viewed as being liabilities to the company.