Lucky's John Jannuzzi rounded up the fictional fashion designers he most wishes were real — including Edna Mode, Sue Ellen Crandall, and the enchanted sewing mice from Cinderella. For those who would be "more than a little curious to see Mugatu's work evolve."
In the canon of "movies that were on TV a lot in the early 90s," is one film that, upon rewatching, surprised me with its treatment of women's rise in the workplace. Also: Christina Applegate's outfits: A tribute.
Nearly anyone between the ages of 25-40 can probably recite at least one or two lines from The Breakfast Club or Sixteen Candles. But what about those movies that faded away when their decade ended?
We've sorta been obsessed with Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead since the day we first saw it. We don't know if can even count how many times we've done the sexy nurse's runway dance. In fact, sometimes we're tempted to even IM Anna with a "We're right on top of that, Rose" when she's looking for our next post.…