2016 is already turning out to be pretty wild. Behind all of our backs, Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall have been in a whirlwind romance are now engaged to be married. This might be the most surprising couple news since Daisy Fuentes and Richard Marx!
I mean, how hard is it to catch a flight? This is a rhetorical question for Lindsay Lohan, who missed her plane last night from New York to attend her trial in L.A. this morning. (We're now on her twenty-something trial. When you move into the double digits, you should get a free Shakeweight or some turtle wax or an…
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, the quest to find Kelly Ripa a new cohost continues, Michele Bachmann invades your morning and late night talk shows, and Martha Stewart has a topical new recipe for flavoring your turkey this year: pepper spray.did another one of those sketches that is really…
One of the most uncomfortable truths about the fashion industry is that most models begin working when they are in their early teens or even tweens; they are children. In this editorial, Vogue Paris cuts right to the chase.
- Paulina Porizkova on America's Next Top Model: "The one guarantee that you will never make it as a model is to go on that show." Which is both honest and interesting, since she used to judge "that show." [NYPost]
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.
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!
- New lows in celebrity sartorial publicity: Dior would like everyone to know that Madonna was wearing its sunglasses when she visited the victims of her stage collapse in Marseille, which killed two workers and left eight injured. [WWD]