With hot temperatures to greet the athletes and spectators (plenty of whom made the trek from California) and the introduction of a music festival featuring the likes of Kanye West and Pretty Lights, there was plenty of fashion sense to go around.
For over 15 years now, Los Angeles-based Stones Throw Records has been home to some of the most varied and inventive musical artists. Now the label's genesis is detailed in a new documentary with the tale of the label's conception.
Dear Kim and Kanye, We came to Florence to celebrate love, strolling hand in hand along the cobblestone streets and soaking up the romance of this go...
People like to hear themselves talk. So giving your date (or interviewer) the chance to speak -- and actually listening to what they have to say -- is always a good idea. I'm serious. Try it sometime.
Improvements in the fight for gay rights! And Kim Kardashian and Kanye West got married! No better way to sum up those topics than with Frozen's "Let It Go"! Because if Disney doesn't make you happy, nothing will.
It is finally here! The wedding we have all been waiting for...or dreading -- Kim Kardashian marries Kanye West in Italy!
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These 10 headline-making Hollywood celebs could easily be confused with some of the Bard's best-loved characters.
Arcade Fire brought their notorious rock-and-roll style to Coachella, where they fired off a series of snide remarks critiquing the festival's VIP policy. Their unwillingness to participate in unspoken etiquette rules is refreshingly honest.
Yesterday, I had the great pleasure of speaking with a group of high school kids about power. During the conversation, I asked them how many of them t...
I hope you seek to create counter-cultures and use your charming ability to rupture and truth tell to show people more than just your person talent. You and your aspirations for particularly white-nesses are the center of your work
Last Friday, the world stood still as hell froze over and a pig flew across the green sky. Kim Kardashian landed the cover of Vogue. Well, Kim Kardashian and fiance Kanye West landed the cover of Vogue.
To a large extent, this year's SXSW Music Conference felt like an extension of the Interactive portion that preceded it; a brand-sponsored networking event with musical entertainment. It's not about the fans and press anymore, it's just not.
I know (only from reading People) that Kim Kardashian had a "near-death" experience in childbirth. The last thing she should care about is impressing us with how she got her "body" back, when the truth is -- she never lost it in the first place.
As a young, black male, I have endured the constant belittlement and disregard for men that look like myself on your TV screens and websites. Every time I see a male public figure of color speak about education, race, politics and society, they are labeled as giving a 'rant.'
Anna has declined, so far, to make Kim the face of Vogue, but perhaps with Kim and Kanye's planned nuptials in France coming up this summer, the time will be right for the reality star to land the coveted spot.