Another holiday, another reminder via Instagram that celebrities are kinda sorta not really just like us, but in some ways they are. Unlike Thanksgiving's embarrassment of riches, however, Christmas brought out some impulses of humility, with a lot of celebs showing off their families, their festivities, and their…
Once upon a time, there was a princess who was in love with vampire, and then she met a guy with a wife and kids who said, "Let's spin straw into gold," and she was like, "OK." But, alas, some people got pictures of the two of them doing some illicit straw-gold-spinning, and the vampire was upset by the pictures and…
When it comes to fashion week, it doesn't get much more serious than Paris. And that goes double for the A-list front rows.
Yes, all the stars of stage, screen and runway were at Lincoln Center's 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards. Yes, it's one of the biggest fashion events of the year. So why was this year's such a snoozefest?
The opening of the new Louis Vuitton Bond Street Maison was a big deal. Big enough to attract most of London's leading fashionistas, some huge stars and, natch, gorgeous threads.
- A wax doll impersonates Demi Moore in this latest Helena Rubinstein perfume ad, shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott (the same team behind her atrociously 'shopped W cover). Can't wait for the "before" shot, Demi! [PhotoshopDisasters]
- Halle Berry bathes in celestial light to advertise her new scent, Pure Orchid. The actress's first perfume sold $40 million last year. This one, says Berry, is "something different." "Celebrity fragrances," says a perfume company executive, "are not dead." [WWD]
When you've got Kate, Jerry, Pixie, Twiggy and a hundred others, you know this is one red-carpet worth the gawking. And last night at the Royal Courts of Justice, they were!
Usually I get the "story" behind a collection, but Vivienne Westwood's hick chicks and urban femme fatales, shown yesterday in London, left me scratching my head. Maybe a girl moves from the farm to the big city? And goes nuts?
I have never been so glad not to have been at an event as I was looking at "Arizona Beverages & Music Unites All Points West" celebration at NYC's The Cooper Square Hotel. Five words: models, indie rockers, scenesters, hell.
- Posters The Last International Playboy, featuring Lydia Hearst in a state of undress have been banned in major cities. We just hope all this publicity right ahead of the June 12 release won't harm its box-office! [Observer]