The drama at Deciem, parent company of The Ordinary, continues apace with this update: word on the street is that Brandon Truaxe, the enigmatic CEO who treats skincare like a tech startup, has somehow availed the company of co-CEO Nicola Kilner.
Hello my dewy-skinned angel babies. Have I got some plump, and juicy skincare-adjacent drama for you!!
Buried deep in this terrible story about a rogue “spitter” who has been terrorizing coffeeshops in the Washington D.C area is an anecdote that is so succinct and cutting that it feels remiss to let this go.
There’s beef cooking between two fashionistas over their bafflingly similar Instagram feeds, and folks, there’s a lot to chew on.
Just a quick update on 2017's most compelling drama involving four women, one big city and a whole lot of cosmopolitans: Cyntha Nixon and Sarah Jessica Parker are still friends. That’s all! Thats the news.
Just when you thought the drama surrounding the Sex and the City sequel had cooled to room temp, here comes Stanford Blatch with a fresh pot of steaming hot tea.
An letter sent from Girl Scouts of the USA on Monday to the Boy Scouts of America has revealed a brewing feud between the organizations that comes with so many pointed comments you might poke your eye out reading it.
In the Fall of 2016, Ellen’s Stardust Diner was going through some serious changes. New management allegedly fired many long-time employees of the famed New York musical eatery, which lead to an attempt to unionize and a class action lawsuit. Now, the Stardust is accusing staff of stealing hundreds of thousands of…
All around me, I see the same patterns. A chevron here, a clunky lattice or Moroccan trellis there. The world, it seems, has shrunk into a flat amalgam of inoffensive soft-toned rugs. And while I really hate to cause drama, I’m here to say that it needs to stop.
A very dishy report in a British tabloid alleges that things are going poorly behind the scenes at the jam-smeared zombie that once was beloved franchise Bake Off. Tea time!
Alina Gonzalez, a former employee of the popular lifestyle blog Cupcakes and Cashmere, has released one of the longest Instagram stories I personally have ever seen to publicly hash out the circumstances of her firing. In the words of Alina’s Instagram story: “Every. Single. BOSS. I have spoken to. Who, hashtag, work…
“Festival fashion” has for several years now been a beast unto itself—a way for retailers to market a specific freewheeling style to consumers on the off-season—but it’s undeniable that its rise was tethered to the increasing popularity of Coachella, and the freedom-fantasy it brought with it.
Our hip, hot Holiness makes his grand debut tonight when the first season of The Young Pope premieres on HBO. And after much speculation, and even more internet memes, I’m pretty curious. I expect you are too.
On Wednesday night, London’s Borough Market held an Evening of Cheese event, which they described on Twitter as “a fromage-themed extravaganza.” It sounds like attendees didn’t find the cheese bacchanal they were hoping for and instead had to spread their crackers with DRAMA.
Hey, you know what stinks? A Yankee candle recall, that’s what.
When is Amanda Seyfried going to star in another decent film? I think she’s delightful! And funny! But rare is the day that I can sit through one of her movies, and The Last Word does not promise to be an exception.
In a recent interview with GQ UK, Benedict Cumberbatch implied that Season 4 of Sherlock might be the last. It’s not surprising, but it’s a damn shame.
Do you know who has been so dramatic lately? And by “lately,” I mean since at least his senior year of high school? Here’s a hint: he’s got tiny little eyes and loves the word “abortifacient”!
Piper Perabo doesn’t command much attention these days. You might, however, remember her moment in the early aughts when she starred as Violet Sanford in Coyote Ugly (2000) and as Rachel in the sweet lesbian romantic comedy Imagine Me & You (2005). She’s still making movies, but ABC has enlisted her for a small-screen…
HBO has released a new trailer for Westworld, its much anticipated android-apocalyptic-western drama series. With voiceover from the elegantly chilling Anthony Hopkins, the clip indicates that Westworld will tackle fraught, recurring questions surrounding artificial intelligence and what it means to be human.