On Monday, Refinery29 published a story called “Nick Cannon Tells Us Why ‘Real Is Rare.’” It was pegged to “a short film” created by The Diamond Producers Association (an organization that “represents seven of the world’s largest diamond-mining companies”) and hosted by Nick Cannon.
The Golden Girls were three widows and one divorcée who shared a home in Miami, Florida from 1985 until 1992, when the divorcée married Leslie Nielsen. But before the wedding of the decade, the girls filled seven years of social calendars with date after date—and this was decades before Tinder.
Not to be outdone by Vogue (who has just discovered that big butts exist in the realm of man and not just in popular fantasy fiction) or Twitter (which launched a campaign to remind Vogue that yes, big butts have always existed), Refinery29 has published a series of 30 REAL butt photos. And they are glorious.
If you're looking for a way to "sex up" your feet, allow us to introduce you to an interesting new product: Half Pretties! They are basically lingerie for your feet, and they will… ummm… cover up your disgusting toes? Or something? Here's how the website describes them:
Another week, another condemnation of Terry Richardson from Tavi Gevinson. In fact, the chorus of criticism of the man grows louder with each new NSFW editorial.
For years, designers and editors have focused on a specific demographic of thin women, overlooking the many big and beautiful fashionistas. If there's anything we've learned from magazines, it's that the fashion world can be out of touch with reality.