QVC threw a fancy-schmancy pre-Oscars party at The Four Seasons last night and managed to actually get some nominees (of years past) to attend the event that was otherwise reality TV-heavy.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, a 3500-square-foot apartment in Manhattan isn't big enough for Kelsey Grammer's wife, Kathie Lee Gifford tries to use the subway, and Oprah has the nerve to think someone else's name is weird.
Jeans have gone from from workwear, to rebelwear, to wear-anywhere. They are the universal empty point around which a wardrobe is calibrated. And while they are manufactured in more sizes, styles, and washes than ever before, jeans shopping is hell.
One writer - from the carnivorous Meatpaper (vegetarians, avert your eyes) - has unearthed what he calls the "unattractive men/unattractive meat narrative" of food TV: "the weirder-looking you are, the weirder the food you have to eat."
- Poor L.C. Influential L.A. boutique Kitson (the same one rumored to be cooling on Posh, but wasn't) is actually dropping Lauren Conrad's line due to "lackluster sales." [NY Mag]
- Candie's knows how to net the classy demographic: along with current pitch girl Hayden Panettiere, the company is taking over Perezhilton.com…