The notion of "Sexy Hair" has as many facets as a diamond. It could mean the freedom of movement, tone of color, shine, or the angle of a great cut. If you were to pick up any magazine with a premise of "Sexy Hair," all of these elements would be obvious.
Over the past four years, Marilyn Monroe--who is dead, you must understand--has been on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine three times! The latest cover shows a radiantly fresh-faced Marilyn, still a model, photographed by Andre de Dienes.
Now that 11 episodes have run, I'd say the so-bad-it's-good prediction has just about materialized.
Hamm's remarks don't seem very careless -- they actually seem pretty thoughtful -- and he didn't say Kardashian isn't successful.
It's Leap Day! The date when by tradition, women can propose marriage to the men in their lives. Of course, women have been disregarding this for years, but today is a perfect excuse to buy a gift for your favorite guy.
The Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto bills itself as being "for the curious," and I certainly was.
Dear Ms. Huston: I saw you on Smash last night and I just wanted to send you a quick note that says, "You don't have to do this."
Presented without commentary, the most absurd, comical, self-serious and/or humorless moments from the pilot episode of "Smash."
Who knew that when actress Michelle Williams first appeared as the bad girl in Dawson's Creek, she would have the uncanny good sense to take on roles ...
She's landed a role in Smash, which is about -- if you haven't seen the boob-tube promos plugging its Feb. 6 kick-off the day after the Super Bowl XLVI kick-off -- a group of B'way vets and newbies readying a tuner based on Marilyn Monroe's life.
Joyful Noise, a new movie musical starring Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, boasts a dynamite soundtrack and an extremely appealing cast.
As we kick off Oscar month tomorrow, we also honor the birthday of Clark Gable, who picked up a statuette at the seventh Academy Awards ceremony in 1935.
It was incredibly ambitious and brave to take on the role of Marilyn Monroe. For any woman to offer herself up for comparison to an icon, considered by many to be the most beautiful of all time, is daring, to say the least. But Michelle nailed it.
The sensibility Marilyn displayed -- alluring but devious and manipulative, infantilizing, a baby babe -- were the very behaviors that we were protesting against, striving not to be.
So much attention has been focused on bringing girls up to equality that the other gender has stood by patiently. Apparently, long enough -- at least on the big screen.
The Playboy pictorial comes off uninspired -- like we have all seen it before, even though we knew we were seeing a tribute. If Lindsay wants to be remembered as a sex symbol, she must embrace her own sex appeal and stop trying to recapture Marilyn's.