Let’s just come out and say it: this could be Kristen Stewart‘s best acting gig yet. Indie rocker Jenny Lewis tapped Stewart, Anne Hathaway, Tennessee Thomas and Brie Larson to appear in her music video for “One of the Guys” — in which each dresses in drag with hilarious results.
Donning Adidas tracksuits, silly facial hair (we cannot stop laughing at Lewis’ raggedy ginger goatee or Hathaway’s rat tail), bad wigs and baseball caps, each woman mimes and swaggers about, putting on her best impression of male bravado. There’s crotch grabbing, breakdancing, even a little baby daddy drama–Lewis clutches a positive pregnancy test and the camera cuts to the singer in drag mouthing, “It’s not f***ing mine.” But no performance is as hilarious as Kristen Stewart’s–the mustachioed actress really nails that sleazy, douchey dudebro persona, coaxing the camera to her and pointing at her imaginary junk. She almost plays the role too well.
If anything, the video will have you laughing. Watch the whole thing above.
Cameron Diaz‘s Harper’s Bazaar cover has garnered a bit of buzz, as the magazine opted not to use Terry Richardson, its sleazy, go-to photog, to lens the cover (has all of Terry’s bad press finally changed the editors’ minds?). But there are some juicy tidbits in the accompanying article, where Cameron sort of comes out about her sexual past.
The actress told Glamour UK a few months ago, “I think that all women have been sexually attracted to another woman at some point.” She elaborated, “It’s natural to have a connectivity and an appreciation for the beauty of other women.” Of course, this sent off a frenzy that had folks wondering: Does this mean that Cameron has hooked up with a girl before? And if so, who was the lucky lady? A few have speculated that Cameron may have hit the sheets with known BFF, Drew Barrymore, but Cameron clears the air on that rumor in her August interview for Harper’s Bazaar.
“Some media outlet called for a comment and they wanted to know whether I was with Drew. Literally, I said, ‘That makes me want to vomit in my mouth.’ That’s like saying I’m having sex with my sister. Are you crazy? I wouldn’t even ménage with her!”
A ménage you say, Cameron? Does that mean Ms. Diaz has romanced a lady at some point in her life? The actress wouldn’t give a definite confirmation, but it’s safe to say that it’s very possible.
“I’m not going to tell people what I’ve done, but I’m also not going to say, ‘No! I would never!’ If I said that, I’d be shaming myself and shaming other people’s choices,” she said. “I don’t want to add any stigma to someone’s choice.”
Whether Cameron’s kissed a girl and liked it or not, at the very least, she’ll have the idle Internet still speculating.
Like houndstooth or florals, tattoos are another one of those things that flutter in and out of fashion in different forms. When it comes to getting a tattoo, there’s often a fine line between cool and tacky, so there’s no denying that you have to have the right kind of style to pull one off successfully. Some people do it better than others, and one of those is model Cara Delevingne. She’s got several pieces of body art that work well with her edgy style.
If you’re thinking of getting inked, but not quite sure about what to opt for, maybe you’ll be inspired by Cara’s latest white ink tat. It’s a less in-your-face alternative to harsh black inking, and there’s no denying that it looks pretty cool. Although, we do reckon that if you get the wrong kind of design, it could end up looking a little more like an old stretch mark than a quirky piece of body art. So, design with caution!
Since Cara is undeniably a trendsetter, we’re probably going to see several white tats popping up all around.
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Forget Louis Vuitton and Alexander McQueen. One of the most anticipated fashion shows year after year comes from the folks at Victoria’s Secret, whom we thank for the annual opportunity to ogle beautiful women twirling in lacy lingerie from the comfort of our homes. Chilling on our couches in our Joe Boxers to watch the show is cool, but there’s nothing like the experience of seeing Alessandra Ambrosio‘s mile-long legs in person. Usually, such privileges are only reserved for celebrities and esteemed members of the press, but this year, two lucky rich people will have the opportunity to rub elbows with famous FROW dwellers, thanks to a charity initiative Victoria’s Secret has launched to benefit Pelotonia, an organization that raises money for cancer research.
The lingerie brand is offering a series of charity auctions, accessible to the public via Charitybuzz. In addition to lots offering a Victoria’s Secret “photoshoot experience” and a wine tasting paired with a dinner for 10 with Lily Aldridge, the retailer is also putting up two front row tickets to its annual fashion show. Someone with more than $26,000 (the current highest bid) laying around will not only get to attend the show, but will be given a backstage tour and access to the event’s after party — aka plenty of opportunities to ask Karlie Kloss to bake some of her famous cookies for your personal stash…I mean, to share with friends.
The prize is estimated at being worth $25,000, but really, who can put a price on seeing a Victoria’s Secret Angel in the flesh? If you’ve got the coins, you can bid on the lot at Charitybuzz from now until July 30.
Kate Bosworth is the latest celebrity to delve into the tech market, with the announcement of Style Thief, a new app co-founded by Samantha Russ to help users identify and buy clothing they see on the street or on TV. The concept behind the app is simple: users snap a photo of an outfit or piece they like, and Style Thief searches for the image, browsing through over 300 retailers for shoppable products. The app then produces a list of items that it identified as possible matches. If you see something you like, you can click “shop” to be directed to the retailer’s website. If you star the item, the app will give you a push notification when the price changes.
If you find a piece you like but want to see similar items, click “more like this” and you’ll be able to search for like products in different colors, styles and sizes, with the option of filtering by retailer or designer. If taking photos of unsuspecting strangers isn’t your thing, you can also conduct a text search in order to find what you’re looking for. “Our intention is to be a tool for consumers to find something and ultimately purchase,” Bosworth told WWD.
Naturally, we tried Style Thief for ourselves, putting the app to the test of identifying a pair of J.Crew shorts. Sadly, it couldn’t find our exact pair based off the picture, although it turned up when we searched for the exact product name. However, Style Thief seems to work just fine for Kate Bosworth, who told WWD that she used it to identify a red Valentino dress she’d spied. Bosworth plans to wear it to the app’s launch party tomorrow.
The tech market has already been proven to be quite lucrative for Kim Kardashian, who last month launched her Kim Kardashian: Hollywood app, which according to Bloomberg, is projected to rake in $200 million in revenue this year. Style Thief is still in beta mode, but it sounds like Bosworth has big plans for the future of the app, hinting that they may begin to produce original merchandise. They also are hoping to roll out the app in Europe over the next two months, and add a one-click purchase option, due to go live just in time for the holiday season. Style Thief is currently available for the iPhone, but there are plans to release a version for Android in the next few months.
Have you guys tried the app? Tell us how it worked for you in the comments!
It should come as no surprise that Anna Ewers has scored the cover of Vogue Paris. Most recently, she starred alongside Natasha Poly for the June/July issue, she was also photographed by Josh Olins back in October 2013 for the “Miss Vogue” section of the magazine, posed with Lara Stone and Amanda Wellsh for the March 2014 cover story by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and is now covering the August 2014 issue, which has also been lensed by the Turkish duo. Styled by Vogue Editor-in-Chief Emmanuelle Alt, the German model dons some transparent pieces by Miu Miu and shows off her semi-permanent platinum blond hair.
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“I think it’s one of Vogue Paris‘ most dynamic and interesting covers in quite awhile. Anna looks incredible — so sultry and beyond her teen years,” commented AL92.
“Gorgeous! This will look so amazing in print, the colors are enticing. I pretty much love how brash this cover is, it will be either loved or hated by people!” shared an optimistic Miss Dalloway.
Nepenthes is also keen to see the cover on newsstands and wrote, “Yesss!!! So happy for Anna. She looks absolutely sensational! This cover is going to be such a standout on newsstands; the colors are amazing!”
It seems as though almost all of our forum members cannot wait to see the cover for themselves. “She looks super hot! Loving this cover from all the vibrant colors to how enticing it will be on newsstands. It definitely stands out and in a good way. Yay VP!” enthused JennaaMonroe.
“I can’t decide if I like it or not. The colours in real life will either look really good or really bad. I don’t like the styling but I am very happy for Anna to get the cover,” posted an undecided KateTheGreatest.
Gazebo wasn’t impressed, however: “I really don’t like it, it looks like a reprint. I feel like I’ve seen this image many times. It’s not fresh at all, the saturated hues look dated.”
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