What you're looking at is Champagne. Michael Davidson creates art by crystallizing drinks on lab slides and using a microscope with a camera attached. Most his images involve alcohol that has been magnified over 1,000 times.
One in three American women have had or will have an abortion, and if you're one of them, wading through the sea of hypercharged rhetoric and actually finding straightforward facts about the medical procedure that awaits can seem daunting.
This very special episode of Midweek Madness is better late than never!
Recently, I received an interesting query: "I need help with drunk-dressing." Well, don't we all!
As California Gurls parodies go, our money's on the ladies of Brigham Young University, who cheerfully sing about Provo, Utah girls being "eighteen, clueless, and baby hungry," and rocking hot fashion just like the pioneers.
Friends, this is the premiere issue of Pole Spin, "The International Pole Dance Fitness & Lifestyle Magazine." Let's take a look inside, shall we?
"Firework," Katy Perry's latest video, is one of those this-is-an-anthem-for-the-underdogs kind of clips. It's all about letting your light shine and whatnot. But the song is terrible, the "victims" are clichéd, and the whole thing feels like an infomercial.
Duke is in an uproar about a highly detailed "fuck list" that a recent female graduate made — in PowerPoint, complete with penis-size evaluations and dirty talk transcripts. We've got that document, and spoke exclusively to the now-contrite author.
Zac Posen's show was apparently inspired by Marchesa Casati and Comtesse Jacqueline de Ribes. The first part we see, since it's basically just code for surrealism-tinged exhibitionism? But we wonder how La Comtesse feels about see-through jumpsuits in her name.
In the new issue of Ok! magazine, there's a "behind the scenes" spread of Christina Hendricks at her photoshoot for London Fog. The unretouched shots show just how much the ad folks altered Hendricks' famous curves.
There's a reason we're fighting to keep this unretouched image of Aniston on our website. And it's not just because we like her freckles.
Let's face it: first-time sex is always going to be a little awkward. But with our tips, you can minimize the awkwardness and maximize the fun.
Here are 29 covers from the hallowed, heavy September fashion issues (click to soak it all in). So how do Vogue, Elle, and the smaller titles stack up? Let's put September to a full statistical analysis.
With the third season of The Rachel Zoe Project premiering tomorrow night, we decided to celebrate her quirks, literally. In the first two seasons, Zoe uses the word—sometimes correctly, but not consistently so—ad nauseam. See for yourself.
During her court hearing earlier this week, Lindsay Lohan was seen writing neat, detailed notes with a red pen. When she used the piece of paper to cover her face, photographers snapped a hi-res image.
With three episodes—and candidates—left, Hurley has turned out to be central to Lost's story and much-needed comic relief, breaking up the tension with a well-timed "dude." Actually, he's said "dude" a lot in the past six seasons.