Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Actress Sara Gilbert and her partner are expecting their second child. The Roseanne alum is keeping the identity of the baby's sperm donor private. Gilbert's TV-writer partner carried the pair's 2-year-old son, Levi, and the actress decided it was her turn to experience pregnancy.
Frugal-Fashionista does Rachel Bilson and Chloe Sevigny
How Jude Law took Sienna Miller's innocence - ICYDK
Paris remembers her fans - Popsugar
Tori Spelling's Tupperware party - A Socialite's Life
Is Britney changing religions for her man? - Us mag
Diddy gets his bouncers to mess with the paparazzi - Jossip
Isaiah Washington to return to Grey's Anatomy - Defamer
Denise Richards and Richie Sambora: still going strong - I'm Not Obsessed
So a few weeks ago at the end of my Christmas break, I was looking through the net-a-porter sale. I looked at clutches first, since I figured if I was ever to buy anything online, it would be a bag, and clutches are usually cheaper than other types of bags. Plus I haven't bought an evening bag in almost two years and I'm terribly picky. So imagine my surprise when the first 'sale' page that I looked, there was a Miu Miu clutch that I actually liked and most importantly, it was affordable! So after imagining myself using it for a few days, encouragement from my sister and mum, and knowing that net-a-porter is extremely trust-worthy, I clicked the buy button.
The package arrived one day later than estimated, but it was all good. The clutch turned out a tiny bit smaller than I thought -it could just fit my already-tiny Samsung mobile phone. But I have come to accept that it is one of those little lipstick clutches. I love the velvet, which makes it look so classy. It's small, chic and girl-looking without being too cutsey. All in all, it was a fantastic experience. Now I really feel like I'm living in the twenty-first century!
Tell me about your online-shopping (or online-window shopping) experiences! Are you as obsessed as I am?
Serious inquiries ONLY!
While doing press in London to promote Global Cool and climate change initiatives, Josh Hartnett spoke to a British newspaper about his split from Scarlett Johansson. "It was difficult spending so much time apart with all our different commitments and both of us flying all over the world," Hartnett said of his Black Dahlia co-star. "At the end of the day, we're just ordinary people and it didn't work." Of his support for Global Cool, Hartnett hopes he "can make a difference," and says, "It's very strange and makes a change from acting."
On what it was like working with Courteney again: "We had a ball. It was completely fun. I forgot just how much fun was have together in the work world."
On her on-set lesbian kiss with Cox: "It's a good-bye kiss. I don't honestly think people want to see Rachel and Monica have at it."
On plastic surgery rumors: "It's funny. I had [a deviated septum] fixed - best thing I ever did. I slept like a baby for the first time in years. As far as all the other [rumors], as boring as it sounds, it's still mine. All of it. Still mine."
On what makes her happy: "Beginning a new day. When you see what else is going on on the planet, it's pretty hard now to go, 'Wow, thank you.'"
Sienna Miller at a Factory Girl screening
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen at the DVD release party for Farce of the Penguins
Natalie Portman in Prague
Mandy Moore, Diane Keaton and Piper Perabo at the premiere of Because I Said So
Liv Tyler on the set of Smother
Britney Spears leaving a Target store
Nicky Hilton in Beverly Hills
Ashlee Simpson shopping in LA
Nicole Richie and Paris Hilton outside Mr. Chow
Neve Campbell in London
Designers, especially Mark Jacobs and Prada tried to create art-objects of footwear, which you can wear in in theory, but it's better simply to admire them. Those shoes are proving female's royalty and the right to be capricious. Such girls just stamp their little feet, sponges blows, order and stay in an eternal reflection. And fashionable footwear is their best ally.
FashionTime has revealed 9 attributes of fashionable footwear:
1. All kinds of footwear have a tankette or a platform.
2. Extremely high heels (10-12 cm).
3. The narrow noses.
4. Shoes let you "to show" the world your fashionable leggings or knitted stockings, besides they are very functional and will look perfectly even with a dress.
5. With gaiters or leggings you can wear new-pumps, the most fashionable of them are with leopard print and "French finger ".
6. Orthopedic footwear. The rule is: the more original design, the more fashionable. The best illustrators are Marc Jacobs (with a gold tankette), Louis Vuitton (with boots on a wavy platform), Jil Sander (classic men's boots on a platform), Prada, Balenciaga.
7. The colors are grey, black, red, metallic. A structure: a varnish, textiles, exotic animals' leather. Print: leopard, cell.
8. High jackboots, we should wear with short dresses.
9. Extremely sexual shoes, similar to striptease footwear, we should combine them with easy Look dress.
Shoes with the srtasses, the oblique heels, tankettes without a platform is footwear that you should avoide the next season. If you like decorations, use lists, fur pompons and metal buckles and rivets.
The designers confidently tell us, that the fashion is not going to back in habitual channel. So you should better buy platforms, tankettes and very high heels for the future. In fact besides the basic duties they are called to counterbalance volumetric clothes (skirts, sleeves, A-silhouettes). Everything is interconnected.
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Jessica Simpson and John Mayer reportedly have plans to take their new romance public at the Grammys on February 11. "For once in John's life, he's going public with his love life because he thinks Jess is it!" a source told Star mag. Simpson has been on the road in Florida with her new man for the last week.
What's going on with Sienna and Diddy? - Egotastic
A side of Harry Potter you haven't seen before - Just Jared
Is American Idol replacing Paula Abdul? - Jossip
Jack Nicholson won't work with Lindsay Lohan - Glitterati
Angelina Jolie prepares for her mom's funeral in LA - ICYDK
On her public pregnancy: "It was weird being pregnant in a fishbowl situation. Especially on days when you feel really fat and disgusting and not cute. Pregnancy was challenging in a way I didn't expect. I was on tour and I was so sick. It was like PMS times a million."
On baby weight: "I worked out with my trainer throughout my whole pregnancy until about two weeks before. I cried during my last session. I was like, 'I can't breathe, I can't do this anymore. What am I doing?' It was crazy. All my life I had to work hard to stay in shape. I've always struggled with it. I was a little chubby when I was younger, and I didn't want to be that person forever. I became a swimmer at school - but only because I wanted to be skinnier! I'm extremely vain. I like wearing cute clothes."
On getting her body back: "There aren't any tricks, it's simple math: you put this much food in, you burn that much working out. I gave myself three months - but if I didn't have an album coming out, there's no way I would have gotten back into shape in that time. I worked out with my trainer five days a week, with weekends off. I would really recommend doing weights. I'm not into yoga and pilates - they don't work for me and I don't have the patience. I'm more like a man. I like going to the gym and lifting weights or doing a little boxing."
On Kingston and Shiloh's playdate: "Yeah! They were like two little blobs when they met. Maybe they'll get married when they grow up? That'd be cute!"
On the Hollywood body ideal: "It sucks that that's what is supposed to look good and that's what everyone strives to be. There's more to life than being on a diet. Clearly, I spend time thinking about it, and it's something I've had to deal with in my life. As I get older, I try not to focus on it, it's boring, it's a waste of life. What I have learned is that whether I'm fatter or thinner, people seem not to mind, they like me either way. It's more in your own mind than anyone else's."
On being married to Gavin Rossdale: "There are negatives and positives, but for the most part, it works. He can tell me about things going well or badly and I can totally relate to that. We were very lucky to find each other and we have this ongoing crazy love affair, with its peaks and valleys, like everyone else's... Having Kingston has been the most romantic thing to have happened to us."
Sienna Miller and Mena Suvari at the New York premiere of Factory Girl
Reese Witherspoon picking son Deacon up from school
Heidi Klum out shopping for shoes
Nicole Richie does a coffee run in LA
Sheryl Crow at a Revlon Colorist event
Marg Helgenberger walking her dog
Jessica Simpon and John Mayer leaving a hotel in Pensacola
Britney Spears heading to the Millenium Dance Studio
Gwen Stefani out with Gavin Rossdale and Kingston in Lonon