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So … are they really that bad? Members of the U.S. Olympic team had some final opening ceremony uniform fittings with Ralph Lauren on Thursday, and a few athletes Tweeted photos from the proceedings.
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant shared a shot of himself and New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony, both in uniform (berets and all). The guys… Continue reading PHOTO: American Athletes Try on the Controversial Olympic Uniforms
Four decades after the pornographic film “Deep Throat,” we need not one, but two biopics on the star of the movie, Linda Lovelace. (The first stars Amanda Seyfried. The other which may never happen — stars Malin Akerman.) These dueling projects are just one measure of how big a deal “Deep Throat” remains 40 years after it went into wide release, on June 30, 1972.
Other measures include the… Continue reading 'Deep Throat': How The Controversial Linda Lovelace Movie Changed Culture
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Some stylish stories for your Friday afternoon …
–Which fashion ads caused the most controversy in 2011? [FashionEtc]
–See vintage photos of France’s First Lady, Carla Bruni, in her modeling days [Stylelist]
–Today‘s Ann Curry is apparently changing the face of morning-show fashion [New York Times]
–Look back on the biggest beauty stories of the year [BellaSugar]
–WhoWhatWear names its 10 haute style… Continue reading Chic Clicks: The Most Controversial Ads of the Year, Ann Curry’s Morning Style
There’s so much crazy Star Wars stuff floating around online that some of you may have seen this already, though most of you probably haven’t. In this recently-discovered rare junket interview for The Empire Strikes Back, there are some fun anecdotes from the cast, like when Mark Hamill opens up the interview discussing plans for the prequels — which, in his mind, end with the… Continue reading Nerd Watch: Rare 'Empire Strikes Back' Interviews Discuss Alternate Sequel and Prequel Plans, The Controversial Ending and More
In the 1980s and 90s, metropolitan club owner Peter Gatien was such an influential taste-maker that he was once dubbed “the king of New York City nightclubs.” His crown jewel was Limelight, a midnight haven that welcomed thousands of enthusiastic patrons — celebrities, drag queens, dancers — and blasted innovative electronic tunes until sunrise. All walks of life were welcome in the Studio 54 of the 1990s, until Mayor Rudolph… Continue reading 'Limelight' Producer Reveals How to Make a Documentary About Your Controversial Father