By Sarah Ball , Vanity Fair Of Hollywood's crop of mothers-to-be, not one has volunteered the date she's set to hatch. Kim Kardashian and Jessica Sim...
There are many, many ways to play the fool, and Scott and Zelda tried more than a few of them. In the early 1920s life was all fun and games for the world's best known flapper and her writer husband -- and being famous, it often seemed, was nothing more than a lark.
'What has Oprah got that you don't got?' The answer would be, her own TV network. But now you know you don't need one. And you don't need $315 million either. What do you need? Well, a camera. A living room. A personality. And YouTube... or something like that.
The volume of stories about Kardashian's body and what headlines say about it remind us how acceptable it has become to talk publicly about an individual woman's appearance in terrible ways.
Once upon a time what you didn't see was sexy. There was just a little less showing and as a result, what showed had impact. The era of the oversharing has descended upon us and bemoan it we may but turn away we do not.
The concept of teen violence, sexual assault, alcohol and drug abuse amongst our youth, and the lack of regard for each other, is not unique to the small steel town in Ohio.
Kim has enough stress for a pregnant lady to cope with, between finalizing her divorce with Kris Humphries and moving into the Bel Air mansion she bought with West. We wish she'd give her jet-setting, entrepreneurial ways a rest.
There's been some evidence that Kim has been trying to separate herself from her sisters -- not to mention her Momager -- for some time. Here's a look at the evidence that Kimmy has outgrown the rest of the fam.
Recently I was invited to a brunch to meet fashion Dallas fashion designer Nha Khanh. Truthfully, her name did not ring a bell but I knew she must be someone I "needed to know" if I was being invited to this private meet and greet.
Like you, I am one of a million Armenians living in the United States with endless, everyday opportunity. Our "cousins" in Armenia are creative and entrepreneurial -- just like us -- but in the shadow of the former Soviet Union, they constantly fight poverty and repression.
Manhattan artist Paul Fuentes has immortalized Kimye with this stirring homage, currently hanging in his local Whole Foods. But true, everlasting love like theirs knows no bounds -- which is why we were moved to expand his opus to a whole series featuring this timeless couple.
It's a bump, not a new bag.
It hardly sounds romantic, but perhaps what marriage needs is a reality slap in the face.
Most of New York shut down last Friday because of "Nemo" the snowstorm, but I had the privilege of sitting down with Kendall and Kylie Jenner to talk about their new fashion line.
We have entered a new era of relationships in which the rules and practices that have guided the development, maintenance and termination of relationships for eons are being rewritten.
Don't tell Holly Williams that the road is a lonesome place. To begin 2013, there's nowhere else she'd rather be. Of course, it took a while for the...