Sharon Stone On Her Abrasiveness: 'I Have Brain Damage...Deal With It'

There’s a short profile and photo spread of Sharon Stone in the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar, and it’s truly, madly, deeply worth your time to read in full. In the piece—for which she posed nude—she discusses things like the existential crises she had while guest starring on a popular TV show, the 2001 brain… » 8/14/15 1:30pm 8/14/15 1:30pm

Ex-Scientologist Leah Remini Thanks 'Brave' Documentary Filmmakers

Former Scientologist Leah Remini thanked HBO documentary filmmakers behind Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief via Twitter earlier today, adding in an interview with People that she's "not trying to bash anybody, and I'm not trying to be controversial. I just want people to know the truth." » 3/30/15 8:30pm 3/30/15 8:30pm

Keira Knightley Wants the Stupids to Stop Using ‘Feminist’ as an Insult

How the hell did feminism become a dirty word? Keira Knightley doesn't know or care, really — she's just glad that people are starting to wise up and stop slinging the word "feminist" around like it's some sort of insult and not just a thing that a reasonable human being would call herself or (gasp!) himself. » 12/29/13 3:00pm 12/29/13 3:00pm

Jennifer Lopez Simplifies Her Lavish Life by Dressing Herself

You know how sometimes celebrities utter sentences, and you see or hear the words, and they are words that you know, words in English, and you understand these words separately, on their own, but strung together in the order in which the celebrity has arranged them, they make no sense at all? No? Well here is an… » 1/03/13 3:10pm 1/03/13 3:10pm

Elizabeth Wurtzel Has Finally Lost It

Well, this is something: Elizabeth Wurtzel's recent print-only Harper's Bazaar essay, "Looking Better at 25 Than 45," could also be called, "Why Are You So Ugly, Dear Reader? It Makes Me (And Feminism) Very Sad." There is only one reason why the magazine would publish such a bizarre, rambling diatribe (the article is… » 8/22/12 4:50pm 8/22/12 4:50pm

Karl Lagerfeld Doesn't Drink Water — Just Diet Coke

As soon as Karl Lagerfeld explains that he sleeps in "a long, full-length white shirt, in a material called poplin imperial, made for me by Hilditch & Key in Paris after a design of a 17th-century men's nightshirt I saw at the Victoria and Albert Museum," you get the sense that the Kaiser's daily routine is going to… » 3/20/12 3:40pm 3/20/12 3:40pm

Lady Gaga's Kegel-Flexing Vagina Told Her Not To Sell Out

"I am an artist," Lady Gaga tells Harper's Bazaar in the interview that accompanies her May cover, "and I have the ability and the free will to choose the way the world will envision me." The way the world will envision her apparently includes Practically Buck Naked On A Mirror-Tiled Piano. And here she is, talking… » 4/13/11 12:16pm 4/13/11 12:16pm

Here Is Gemma Ward's First New Cover Since 2008

From about 2004 to 2007, you could hardly swing an it-bag at a newsagent without bumping into a fashion magazine cover with Gemma Ward's face on it. The Australian model was so omnipresent that she made the front of American Vogue — which barely uses models for covers at all — at just 16. But at 19, she pulled a kind… » 4/08/11 3:10pm 4/08/11 3:10pm

Kim Kardashian's Cleopatra Has Historically Inaccurate Cleavage

Kim Kardashian is the March coverlady on Harper's Bazaar, and inside, she plays the Queen Of Denial The Nile in photographs by (who else?) Terry Richardson. She also talks about her body, since that is one of her strongest talents. Quoth Kim: "I'm on a diet… I need to be. I love to eat-Kit Kats or cookies-and-cream… » 2/10/11 1:32pm 2/10/11 1:32pm