Two years ago, my daughter startled us with a most unusual request for a costume: She wanted to dress up as Madonna. She was not even 5 at the time, so this raised some eyebrows in our house.
Who knows anything in this crazy world of fashion these days? But thanks to the Material Girl there is one thing: the world is about to get a lot more elegant, sophisticated and -- very, very romantic.
It's not what we leave for others that matters; it's what we leave in them that matters most. Possessions and wealth do not a true legacy make. It's about leaving behind the essence of your Authentic Soul.
Christian Lacroix may be known for theatrical couture dresses fit for princesses, but in the past few years the Lacroix story has been far from a fair...
Is it another double standard from Google where celebrities are treated one way and the regular public another?
When watching E! and flipping through gossip magazines, it's hard not to wonder how stars manage to look so good. OK, maybe it has something to do wit...
Setting the crazy and emotional fervor of the '08 campaign aside, it's time to take a real look at this almost-candidate -- who now might run to be the leader of the free world -- and see what she has shown us.
Sandra Bernhard has been making us laugh and think from the eighties to the aughties. She took a break from rehearsals for her star studded show to talk with me about funny females and Madonna.
I caught up with the pretty face who melts faces by phone last week, and asked her about silencing the critics, being labeled "a bad girl," and whether or not she's done with acting altogether.
Last week I saw Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life. Then I saw Lady Gaga on SNL. And I had the same reaction to both: Why are there so many people out there willing to declare this stuff great art?
It seems almost obligatory that I should open with a few words on Ingrid Chavez's collaborations with ultra-famous rockers Prince and Lenny Kravitz. But if you are only familiar with those facets of Ingrid's career, you are missing out.
Wanda Jackson and Darlene Love are game-changers that allowed fans to reckon the authorship of the rock and roll genre with new clarity.
This story is only a story because of our own obsession with celebrity. Would we really care if names like Madonna were not regularly associated with the Kabbalah Centre?
Helen Mirren did it. So has Colin Firth. Now Madonna is hot for it. They, and the rest of Hollywood, know that a royal wave could very well lead to Oscar and box-office gold.
There once was a royal named Will. Whose grandma was over the hill. They made him an Earl And he got his girl. Of his nuptials we've all had our fill.
Christy Turlington hopes the "Every Mother Counts" CD -- and her advocacy initiative of the same name -- will bring attention to maternal health issues in the weeks leading up to Mother's Day.