•Betty Draper is as scary as she seems •Best. Craigslist Ad. Ever. •Well that's unusual: W Magazine ages model 120 years •The Olsen Twins finally making a clothing line we can afford •Is this Taylor Swift topless photo real? •Jada Pinkett Smith sounds off on these divorcing rumors/truths •We had it so easy in elementary school
•Ryan Gosling shakes it with Justin Timberlake •Leighton Meester is having some mother trouble •Are these ladies the new Sex and the City stars? •Mad Men collection from Banana Republic is now on Gilt! •What do guys really think of female ejaculation? •Best core strengthening exercises •Isn't breakfast just the best?
My mom tells me that my life is a bit too connected to TV. And maybe she's right. I get really stressed out when my DVR is over 45% full, I won't go anywhere on a Saturday morning until I've watched at least 2 episodes of Beverly Hills 90210 on Soap Net and I get really cranky when my favorite shows go on hiatus (I'm looking at you, Glee!).
It's January, so you know what that means in Hollywood - it's awards season! Kicking off the big ones is the Golden Globes, airing THIS Sunday, Jan. 16, and I for one cannot WAIT!
Here’s the deal, people. I love reality TV as much as the next person. I die over the fake words and ridiculous sayings that The Situation or Rachel Zoe come up with every week and immediately go ba-nanas figuring out how I will incorporate said words into my daily vernacular.
Fashion is all about recycling trends (which is why I kick myself when I think about all those leggings I got rid of in the '90s ). One decade that made a strong reappearance during the Fall/Winter 2010 runway shows was the 1950s. With the overwhelming popularity of Man Med, this really comes as no surprise
For most people, the end of August means enjoying the last weeks of summer, trying to wear those short-shorts a few more times before their tan wears off, and dreading the chunky knits and layers that arrive come November. But for those of us who love fashion, this time of year is incredibly exciting!
• At what age does virginity become a stigma? • Your guide to layering without lumps! • Oh baby - Glee is gonna be SO GOOD THIS SEASON. • Is Paris sending a message to Lindsay? • OK, so these things are really cool. Gimme! • Need to catch up on Mad Men? Watch this.
I don’t know about you guys, but when I get home after a long day of interning, working, and gymming, all I want to do is eat dinner and zone out to one of the thousands of Real Housewives or Say Yes to the Dress episodes I have DVR’ed. Unfortunately, my live-in boyfriend isn’t on the same page. Especially now that it’s baseball season.
I've always stood by the belief that curves are the sexiest asset a women could possess. As a naturally curvy woman myself, it is reassuring to watch Beyonce, Kate Winslet, and many other women make hips and thighs a fierce commodity. So when bodacious Christina Hendricks began waltzing around the offices of Sterling Cooper in Mad Men, I couldn't be happier that another bodacious, curvaceous actress was hitting stardom.
I'm going to be completely honest with err-body in the club gettin' tipsy. I've watched Mad Men maybe one time (or less) during Christmas break and wasn't exactly its number one fan. But for some reason I couldn't take my eyes off of Joan Holloway's style and attitude on the show. And that's probably the only reason I lasted as long as I did...
You may find yourself asking, what does it take for a man to leave his mark on society in this day and age? AskMen.com made a list of the 49 most influential men of 2009, as voted by the readers. And apparently, the AskMen readers believe that the man that has most inspired them this year is Don Draper, the main character in AMC’s series Mad Men.
Once upon a time, women sat around on Sunday nights sipping cocktails and tuning in to their favorite fashion friends on Sex and the City. But whether you were more of a Samantha or a Carrie type doesn't matter anymore because there's a whole new gang of girls in town. The new fashionistas to watch are the girls of the hit series Mad Men.