Robin Thicke, after allegations by his 7-year-old-son of using “excessive force,” has finalized a custody battle with Paula Patton, TMZ reports. As of February, Patton had filed a restraining order and Thicke was only allowed to see his son with a court-appointed monitor. This is fabulous news, since it’s hopefully…
On Wednesday, Today Show host Savannah Guthrie smiled through a beauty segment featuring a black model whose hair was ruined on national television via a style that was sold as “easy and effortless.” Someone help this model; her smile is hiding her pain!
In today’s Tweet Beat, Iman and Lil Kim were dolls, Tyra Banks hits the drive thru and Mischa Barton is still on vacation.
In today’s Tweet Beat, I hope Debra Messing is ok, Iman is an unreal human and Britney Spears says hey.
According to David Bowie’s will, which was filed in a New York court on Friday, his estate will be divided between his wife Iman, his two children, one of his children’s nanny, and his longtime personal assistant.
In England, Celebrity Big Brother fans are upset with the show’s producers for depicting David Bowie’s ex-wife Angela Bowie as she learned about the news of the star’s death on Monday. The couple was married for ten years and has one son together, Zowie, who later changed his named to Duncan.
A Philadelphia judge has denied a request from Josh Duggar and his attorneys that demands Danica Dillon, the woman who is suing Duggar for physical and emotional abuse, produce evidence that demonstrates she was physically harmed during sexual intercourse with Duggar by a certain date.
In today’s Tweet Beat, God is helping Gwen Stefani record her new album, Lisa Rinna fucks up a lot and Iman is a perfect human.
Rihanna poses beside Iman and Naomi Campbell for W magazine's September issue and it is a joy. Drenched in Balmain, the stylish trio personify black beauty across three age groups, countries and are très glamour. Rihanna’s solo fashion story is something else. What, I'm not exactly sure.
Today in New York some of your favorite folks gathered to celebrate the Power of Women. Smiling faces ahoy!
Working theory: At night, when they're all alone, Iman and Bowie unzip their human flesh suits and just become rays of light. Our minds cannot even comprehend their greatness. It's all shooting lasers and angel choirs and magical shit like that.
In what GMA is calling an "unprecedented" move, supermodels Iman, Naomi Campbell and Bethann Hardison are going after racism on the runway and publicly calling out the designers who fail to hire a diverse cast of models. While it's not actually unprecedented — Jezebel's own Jenna Sauers and Dodai Stewart have been…
White models dominate runways, white women land ad campaigns. Yes, it's 2013, and we're still talking about this.
Drama queens ruled at the 4th annual amfAR Inspiration Gala, where each dress was more dazzling than the next. Thank goodness: When you're among legends like Liza and Iman, you'd better come correct.
The video for David Bowie's smooth new track "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)" shows Bowie and Swinton as an old-school married couple (with amazing hair, the both) whose lives are disrupted when a gorgeous celebrity couple — played by models Andrej Pejic and Saskia De Brauw — move in next door. Beautiful, bizarre…
Last night, a small galaxy of fashionable stars hit Lincoln Center for the New York City Ballet Fall Gala. This season, Valentino is designing for the ballet, creating stunning handmade costumes (some of which you can see here). With a big name couture designer involved, you expect some fancy-ass red carpet ensembles,…
In today's Tweet Beat, Iman and David Bowie celebrate 20 years of married bliss, Josh Groban is an adorable dork, Octavia Spencer confuses metaphors and Twitter says goodbye to Ray Bradbury.
In today's Tweet Beat, Iman is playing dress-up, Chris Brown is an absolute moron, Jenny McCarthy is crude without making sense and people have some strange ways of expressing their feelings on this Kony matter.
James Kaliardos did the makeup for Diane Von Furstenberg's spring 2012 collection and told the New York Times he was inspired by "an African face." Say what now?
Iman doesn't mince words when asked her opinion of the "Slave Earrings" story Vogue Italia published: "I didn't like it. Slave does not make it ethnic. Mind you, it's not lost in translation — the word slave, we know what it is. They might as well have called them 'n***** earrings.'" Vogue pulled the big-earrings…