Bros? Have you noticed more and more ads these days speaking your bro-language?
You're not imagining it: American men from sea to shining sea, o'er amber waves of grain, have embraced slim-cut pants. Jeans are perpetually skinny; suit bottoms look like pixie-stick wrappers; tux bottoms are strangling gonads right there on the red carpet, in full view of TV cameras.
As Jenna mentioned last week, Dockers is pushing a new ad campaign that's based around "trying to inspire men to be men." After reading the Dockers "Man-ifesto," I'd say all it does is continue the Bro-ifying of all things male.
- Whitney Port isn't in Kell On Earth. And on Lauren Conrad: "We still keep in touch on a friendship level. But in terms of fashion we don't really talk about it anymore because we're not in the same arena." [PopEater]
- Paris Hilton, aka the rich man's Heidi Montag, premieres her line for Dollhouse. "Some pieces, like the tees with her face plastered on them, are quintessentially Paris, and others are a bit more rock 'n roll like her sister Nicky." Huh? [FabSugar]
- Meanwhile, in the world of the equally inexplicable, Jessica Simpson…
- OMG: Rachel Zoe has been disinvited from the Anna Wintour-hosted Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala, taking place Monday night in New York. This is what you get when you tempt the gods and proclaim yourself more important than Vogue. [Fashion Week Daily]
- Also, Wintour has instructed Vogue staffers…
- Anna Wintour-mocking Rachel Zoe has been dropped from her management company because "they didn't want to anger Anna and Anna is more important." [NY Post]
- Agyness Deyn, the Most Important Model In The Universe right now, turns out to not really be 18 or even 21 (ages she's given to various interviewers) but 24. Which…