Since its February release, Jordan Peele’s social thriller Get Out has stuck in our minds in many ways. It’s inspired memes, deep-dive essays and communal jokes about Ben Carson being trapped in The Sunken Place. It’s also still breaking records. Besides being the highest grossing feature debut for an original…
In 1667, Paris was a filthy crime-ridden mess, and Nicolas de La Reynie was the man hired to clean it up.
When America’s Next Top Model landed on Vh1 last year, it was hard to imagine a version of the show without Tyra Banks and all her quirks. But Top Model 2.0, with Rita Ora as its new host, has turned out to be a lot less campy and a touch more realistic than its predecessor—and still surprisingly entertaining. True…
This afternoon I learned (via a press release) that Khloe Kardashian is the new “global spokesperson” for Protein World, a company that sells—among other things—protein powder that can be used as both an after-workout shake (for those looking to bulk up), and meal-replacement (for those looking to slim down).
The name that most people associate with Twin Peaks is David Lynch, but co-creator Mark Frost was right there with him during the show’s development and production. Most recently he’s the author of the brand-new book The Secret History of Twin Peaks, and he’s here today to answer your questions.
Welcome to Jezebel Muses, a video series in which we chat with our favorite artists and they play a song or two.
In The Dead Ladies Project, Jessa Crispin—founder of the online lit mag Bookslut—weaves together longtime preoccupations to create a bracing, prickly, through-provoking book.
As part of its ongoing efforts to improve its public image, Lane Bryant did a little Twitter Q&A this afternoon. It went about as well as any Twitter Q&A ever goes!
Once known primarily for her talk show and her role as Tracy Turnblad, Ricki Lake has become a flashpoint in the world of women’s health.
It’s LGBT Pride Month, and we’re so excited to have wedding dress designer Kpoene’ Kofi-Nicklin, the Creative Director of Mignonette Bridal, back to answer any and all questions you have about same-sex weddings. This time, Kpoene’ has asked her friends and colleagues Cindy Savage and Julia Zayas-Melendez, of Crafty…
Kpoene’ Kofi-Nicklin is the Creative Director of Mignonette Bridal, which was named a Finalist in the Martha Stewart American Made Awards (Marthaaaaaaaa). Kpoene’ also serves as a design mentor for the Chicago History Museum’s FashioNext teen design program. She’ll be joining us today for a live chat to answer all the…
The plus-size business is taking off—brands are launching, models are breaking out, and people are finally paying attention. This is part of a series of interviews with players in the industry; let us know if there's anybody you want to hear from!
The plus-size business is taking off—brands are launching, models are breaking out, and people are finally paying attention. This is the first in a series of interviews with players in the industry; let us know if there's anybody you want to hear from!
Please give a warm welcome to author, essayist and baddest feminist Roxane Gay!
We've written a lot about Obvious Child over the past few weeks and with good reason. It's funny, romantic and features a wonderful performance by actress/comedian Jenny Slate. Perhaps most important, though, is the film's groundbreaking portrayal of the abortion process — a thing rarely portrayed so frankly and…
Please give a warm welcome to writer/novelist/hilarious Bachelorette live-tweeter Jennifer Weiner!
It's time to talk to Asa Akira!