In this week's compilation of pop culture crap: Carla Hall almost vomits on The Chew; a dress made from ladies underwear; "Brogurt"; and Regis Philbin tries out a new job alongside Beavis and Butthead.
As the temperatures drop, clothing store racks fill with warm snuggly sweaters, cozy fuzzy boots, and child sized black sequined booty shorts. Wait, what?
Because, you know, what if Stacy and Clinton did get it on?
We'll just let this sink in: "Last week the Chicago Bar Association held a What Not To Wear Fashion Show."
MSN just ran a gallery titled "What not to wear beyond your teens," excoriating various youthful and undignified trends. But the whole point of being an adult is that you can dress ridiculously if you want! Well, on the weekend.
I will admit to having no fashion sense whatsoever. Whenever I watch an episode of "What Not To Wear," I find myself saying, "Oh, no. She dresses exactly like I do," about the fashion-challenged nominees.
We get that TV has to sex stuff up. But is it a good thing that every female exec in Prime Time is wearing 5" heels?
I've never discussed this before on the site, but it's a very important, some might say pivotal, part of my work day and life. I'm talking about What Not To Wear*, the show in which magical fashion elves Stacy London and Clinton Kelly teach people how to dress. They're fantastically catty (I think Stacy keeps her evil…
No doubt this post will inspire grief because it breaks an unspoken rule: speak no ill of a former Jezebel writer. But it is a good yarn — well, more to the point, it is NOT — and it speaks to one of the reasons Jezebel will improve so greatly under the corporate embrace of Conde Nast. Read on, and pity the fool. A…
I know I can't stop yammering about Time senior editor boffing, botox manifesto writing former Glamour editor Charla Krupp and her new bestseller, How Not To Look Old. There's a first-person take on Old by 40-something Mary Elizabeth Williams in Salon today, and Williams puts her finger on just why the book is so…