Shovel-headed and pasty Twilight star Robert Pattison has become the face of Dior’s new fragrance for men called “Yes, I Could Be a Rapist.” In this racy campaign, Pattinson plays a brooding and troubled up-and-coming sexual predator.
Low and behold Will.I.Am was invited to Davos for a second time. Confirming this wasn’t a bizarre administrative error; rather some of Davos organisation cannily intuitively thought that his vanity, stupidity, and ability to say the most vacuous statements possible would fit in well with world political leaders and business tycoons.
Eventually you got to—or were getting to—the point where you choose consciously to join the category of pretentious windbags. With that aim in mind, I recently attended grape camp in Sonoma, California
Let’s face it, our kids are cute and lovable bundles of joy sometimes, mostly when they are asleep or staying at Grandma’s. Yet most of the time they are just plain annoying, are you with me?
How do you show you’re equal to men? Well, you copy all the cliché cultural stereotypes of what it is to be masculine, and then do exactly what they do, but in Spandex and tight-fitting outfits
If you look around, anyone who is anyone celebrity-wise has their face attached to a fragrance. Did I have any dilemma whoring out my face to the highest bidder? Hell no. Let’s face it: any celebrity in a fragrance ad is already assumed to be mega-rich
For any young women to be successful in celebrity consumer culture it is a given they must be sexy, and nothing says sexy like the finger-in-mouth look (AKA “I’m a confused little girl who is also sexually curious”) that female pops stars seem to perfect.
Shocking news in the fashion industry as potential future hot child model burst into tears whilst walking down the runway during a Paris fashion show. The designer was outraged and said the child’s tears completely ruined the whole show.