Finally—a bag big enough to hold one hundred percent of the ridiculous odds and ends I’m obliged to cart around everyday, courtesy Martha Stewart.
The protracted death of retail in a traditional sense continues apace, forcing even the bitterest of rivals to merge in an an attempt to combat the true evil: the internet. QVC is buying HSN for over $2 billion, creating one humungous master company in the selling-of-shit-you-don’t-need-but-maybe-want-on-television…
Jennifer Lawrence’s new Oscar-bait turn as Joy Mangano, creator of the Miracle Mop, in David O. Russell’s Joy, has outlets like Vogue, People and Good Morning America using the film as an opportunity to remind us that Mangano’s story is indeed a real-life manifestation of the American Dream. But there’s a better way…
Melissa Rivers portrays her own mother, Joan Rivers, in the upcoming film Joy, which stars Jennifer Lawrence as Joy Mangano, creator of the Miracle Mop. Rivers appears in a scene that takes place at the QVC studios, where Joan first meets Joy and offers her advice on her outfit, naturally. The comedian had begun…
Joan Rivers, the legendary groundbreaking comedian thrice convicted of fashion police brutality, made one New Yorker's Christmas by gifting him with an ornament from her QVC collection and a hand-signed note. New York City is a weird, weird place.
QVC threw a fancy-schmancy pre-Oscars party at The Four Seasons last night and managed to actually get some nominees (of years past) to attend the event that was otherwise reality TV-heavy.
This is what Helena Bonham-Carter thought of last night's QVC Red Carpet Style party. It's unclear whether HBC made this face on purpose or whether she just ate something weird-tasting, but I kind of hope she is just expressing her personal opinion of red-carpet bullshit. Or QVC.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, get a look inside Barbra Streisand's "elegant barn," Tyra makes her "directorial debut," and Isaac Mizrahi tells his QVC co-host to shut up.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Michaele Salahi tries to say she left the State Dinner because she didn't like the food, Kathie Lee Gifford gets sexually scary with Andy Cohen, and a scarecrow outrages a community.
Tonight, Elisabeth Hasselbeck will debut the line of women's clothing she designed on QVC at 9 PM EST. She previewed some pieces on The View this morning. Our critique, after the jump.