Oct 21, 2015 would be ideal
In February of last year, Nike shoe designer Tinker Hatfield revealed that the shoe company was planning to release self-lacing shoes by 2015 — the year that Marty McFly traveled to the future in Back to the Future II. Today we learn that Tinker has confirmed that Nike is still working toward making that promise a reality. Speaking at a trade show in Long Beach, CA on Monday, Hatfield talked about the on-going work behind the scenes to make power lace shoes a reality … and made clear that Nike still has 11 2/3 months left in 2015 to get ‘er done. More »
This is what January looks like in Barbados
Yesterday, it snowed in Nyack. It was that big funky snow, where the flakes are hella big and your adorable kids stick their heads out the window and go crazy. That’s January in New York. Rihanna‘s having a very different January in Barbados, as we’ve previously seen. And I’m not saying I’m jealous of her (or her breasts), I’m just saying I can’t stand her right now and want her to go away. But first I’m gonna stare at this photo she posted on Instagram. Click inside for more!
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Woot! Woot! I am a recent Jourdan Dunn convert, and I just can’t help but be excited for her right now. I remember a while back, I resisted her charms… mainly because someone I’d made babies with was, like, obsessed with her and it used to drive me cray. But finally one day he convinced me to watch her cooking show and I was like, Okay yes fine. She’s funny, and kinda quirky so yes. I support her movement. Dunn has been consistently turning out great work, and it’s paying off in some major ways. She just scored her first British Vogue cover, making her the first black model in TWELVE YEARS to grace the cover alone. Click inside for more!
"Anything you wear, can and will be held against you."
A couple of weeks ago, we got our first look at the first promo photos that feature Kathy Griffin as the new star on E!‘s Fashion Police and today we get to see the first promo videos. Kathy, as you may know, was added to the cast of Fashion Police in place of the late Joan Rivers and she joins fellow newbie Brad Goreski and FP veterans Giuliana Rancic and Kelly Osbourne on the show. Click the embed above to watch their “good guys” promo video, click below to see their “bad guys” promo video. More »
She is STUNNING. And she said Yes!
Let me tell you about Instagram-stalking Eudoxie, and how it’s a bad idea because her hair is incredible and ain’t nobody got time for all that hair envy. Okay, so Ludacris and his girlfriend have been dating since 2009. There was a little on-again, off-again action popping off, some of which resulted in Luda having a baby with someone else. BUT NONE OF THAT MATTERS RIGHT NOW, because they are engaged and in lurve, and these pictures are really sweet. Click inside for more!
JUST like my holiday! Only, minus the bikinis...
Look, I’m not saying I WANT Rihanna‘s body. I’m not saying that at all. I have a body, and it’s fine. I like my body. I’m cool with my body… it’s just that. Well. Rihanna‘s body looks like a really fun body to have right now, lol! Look at her! It’s friggen December and she’s in a red bikini. I can’t stand this women/how amazing does she look right now?! Click inside for more!
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A reality show depicting actual hard-working, intelligent women
How did this show real me in? Well, Diane Von Furstenberg‘s House of DVF has to be one of the only non-trashy, entertaining, women-based reality shows on television—and that is quite a feat. It seems like the method for a lot of these shows is very basic: let’s put a group of seemingly well-dressed women together in any scenario whatsoever because seemingly well-dressed women will always try to tear each other apart. House of DVF was one of the first reality shows where I felt like—while there was drama—it wasn’t violent, trashy, or cringe-worthy, and there was actually a lot to learn from the women on the show—especially those helping Diane Von Furstenberg choose her next Global Ambassador. If you caught the finale (or don’t care about SPOILERS!), click inside for more!
Yes to this.
So here’s a little bit of a Mommy confession for ya—I find that, with each Christmas, I get a little bit more Grinch-y in my approach. I love Christmas or whatever. We do the tree, and the presents, and it’s all fun and cute. But I’m not into going broke for presents, and I’ve never told my kids about Santa Claus in, like, a real way. I say things like, “Well, according to the myth of Santa Claus… blah blah.” And I definitely let them know their Dad bought all their gifts, and maybe Santa helped. So, bah humbug to those ugly holiday sweaters! I’m dressing up like Jessica Simpson this Christmas. Click inside for more!
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