Glennon Doyle Melton, the founder of the Christian mommy blog Momastery who made headlines last year after divorcing her husband to begin a relationship with retired pro soccer player Abby Wambach, has finally (I’m surprised it’s taken this long) been given a lengthy profile in a glossy magazine.
Vogue Arabia is launching a print edition under its first editor-in-chief, Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz. (Yes, a princess.) And she’s faced with the challenge of running a magazine that has to present high fashion in a moderately conservative light, with a few restrictions.
Cara Buckley’s New York Times profile of Warren Beatty, “Warren Beatty Wants Six Hours of Your Time. Or More.,” is over 1,700 words long, but fewer than 300 (about 16 percent) of those words are actually spoken by Beatty. The 79-year-old actor, who’s shilling his upcoming Howard Hughes movie, Rules Don’t Apply (“Stop…
According to a new interview, Dov Charney, the disturbing, embattled daddy of American Apparel, is still working on a new brand of clothing under a temporary name: Los Angeles Apparel Company. See, it’s nothing like American Apparel!
Jonathan Cheban, a carbon-based being who has somehow lucked into the profession of Kardashian Friend, was interviewed by GQ’s Joshua David Stein. The interview went very well.
Vanity Fair is reportedly working on a profile about Bill Cosby’s former lawyer Marty Singer, who defended Cosby against a slew of sexual assault allegations.
As Donald Trump’s nightmarish campaign winds on and on and on, a few questions keep arising: are we really stupid and/or racist enough to elect this moldering Cheez-It of a man? (Yes.) Is Trump’s hair a costly weave? (Possibly!) And what is the deal with Hope Hicks, Trump’s ostensible press secretary, who is rarely…
Why is Oscar Isaac kidnapping this poor dog? It’s a question that goes unanswered in the latest Rolling Stone cover story about Isaac’s incredible rising acting career and his status as the “internet’s boyfriend.”
Melania Trump, the United States’ potential future First Lady, has been notably silent throughout her husband’s presidential campaign. A new profile by Julia Ioffe in GQ provides more insight into Melania’s state of mind than any of her vacant soundbites have previously, as well as glimpses into her upbringing in…
Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott was profiled in this week’s issue of the New Yorker. Incredibly, the profile makes no mention of the multiple allegations of copyright infringement against Scott, including an ongoing lawsuit filed by graffiti artist Rime.
In the cover issue of T, on newsstands Sunday, you’ll find a photograph of one of cinema’s most familiar, yet unknowable, faces. Charlotte Rampling, star of Andrew Haigh’s new film 45 Years, has been famous for nearly half a century, but no one has really cracked her yet.
When it comes to the fashion industry, I am Anne Hathaway’s character in The Devil Wears Prada, just after that Meryl Streep’s monologue about the life and death of a trend: largely indifferent yet strangely intimidated. And, after reading the profile of Marc Jacobs in this month’s New York Times Style Magazine, I…
Taylor Swift, the biggest pop star on the planet, was recently interviewed by Maxim. The piece was short, but allowed a brief moment for its writer to unleash her inner stan and ask if they could be be best friends. Swift responded with a laugh, and the interview went back to business. But what if it hadn’t?
Real talk: Cinnabon, that foodcourt-born purveyor of tire-sized cinnamon rolls drizzled with semen milked piping hot from the royal penis of King Kandy himself, tried and failed recently to make its Classic Roll less of a pancreatic catastrophe. Even people who really didn’t go all-in for the 880-calorie baked…
Did you know that Zosia Mamet, the daughter of playwright/auteur David Mamet and one of the stars of a humble little HBO series called Girls, is your best friend? It's true — she has been since Girls premiered last spring, and will probably only develop a stronger bond with you once Season 2 premieres next weekend.
Dear pregnant women: By the time your children can speak, they will not know what privacy is.
According to a new study, people don't really pay attention to the words in your Facebook profile — they just look at the picture. Unless you're doing something weird, that is — like hanging out by yourself.
Not everybody thinks Kreayshawn — who was signed to a $1 million recording contract on the strength of one self-released single about Gucci Gucci Fendi Fendi Louis Louis Prada, and the basic bitches who wear that shit so Kreayshawn doesn't even bother — is the coolest thing since penicillin. But Kreayshawn is…
Two weeks ago I learnt that some people hire professional writers to create their online dating profiles. Why do that? That would be almost like having your pictures photoshopped: Completely stupid. Unless you live in Russia, like these women.