When Sophia Rossi launched the women's lifestyle site HelloGiggles back in 2011 with her friend Zooey Deschanel, media wasn't exactly interested in women playing nice with each other. Four years later, the site has 16 million unique visitors per month and Rossi has a new book coming out, A Tale of Two Besties, which celebrates female friendship.
There's no reported details about their wedding yet, but after doing a thorough Instagram search, here are some Pinterest-worthy clues we've found so far.
Although most lists of "things we can learn from celebrities" include more don't's than do's, there is definitely one thing they can teach us: the art of social media.
With the first major awards show of year - the Golden Globes - comes the first major round of gifting suites associated with the event. It's not all t...
'Tis the season for chic, glee, festivity and LC. From her holiday wish list and resort wear recommendations to her New York Time's best-selling novels and more, Lauren graces me with her story.
The bookish internet exploded last week when, in what one report called "the worst craft idea ever," Lauren Conrad (star of MTV reality shows and author of teen novels) cut apart a set of Lemony Snicket books and used the spines to decorate an otherwise plain box.
I stumbled upon this video today via Buzzfeed: reality TV star Lauren Conrad demonstrates how to chop up old, dusty books and turn them into a charming storage bin.
Today I saw a tweet about @SoulCycle looking for a new social media manager. Which got me thinking, I'd probably have to try the class first. I've hea...
But criticism aside -- and disagreeing with some, come on, those girls had jobs -- the true draw of "The Hills" was its ability to capture friendship in all its doom and glory.
Some celebrities have released their own clothing lines, including Selena Gomez, Lauren Conrad, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen -- and Justin Bieber is planning to have his own store!
Slapping Hilary Duff's name on the cover, having her show up for signings and readings, going on morning talk shows and interviewing with David Letterman does not make her an author.
I was just into the first year of owning, running and writing editorial for my first startup, Stylediary, when designer Rebecca Minkoff's "Morning Aft...
The Hills has finally come to a close. The truth in all of it is that lives were made (see: Lauren, Whitney Port), lives were ruined (see: Speidi), but the real fallout was on America.
Joan of Arc has maintained a balance between her strongly rooted faith, the latest fashion trends, and an exotic beauty regimen. Lauren Conrad was granted a rare glimpse into the life of the Maid of Orleans.
Nowadays, as Heid and Spencer remain suspiciously absent, The Hills can barely hold my interest and seems to only succeed in warranting more self-disgust for watching with each passing minute.
The Hills in Season 1 bears little resemblance to the show now. Everyone seemed so young, naïve, and innocent. Heidi was a real girl . Le sigh.