Sofia Coppola is the famed director behind the new advertisement for the Marc Jacobs Daisy perfume. Watch the video here.
Alexander Wang has collaborated with Dr. Dre to create a new great Beats design. The edition will include earbuds, portable speaker, and studio headphones.
This year’s Pre-Fall 2014 collections bring a change of pace for some designers and inspiration from distant eras and movements for others. Check our five favorites so far.
The all-natural moisturizer Ellovi Butter, made from five organic ingredients, hydrates instantly and rejuvenates skin long-term.
Paul Walker’s sudden death is occasion to celebrate his life. A dedicated father and son, Walker was also committed to charitable causes throughout his life.
This is a response to a piece posted on TotalFratMove.com titled “Why Girls Should Not Cut Their Hair Short” by user Roger Sterling Jr. The piece can be read in full here.
I had never heard of you or your site until recently, it was drawn to my attention when I noticed a piece from your site floating around the internet. A piece called “Why Girls Should Not Cut Their Hair Short” and after reading it I just want to say thank you. The advice was sound, and helped me finally settle the existential crisis of whether or not I should cut my hair. Now I know I shouldn’t, because if I do my face will look fat and I will never get a boyfriend because no boy will want to look at me if I have short hair.
Crisis averted. Thank you, RogerSterlingJr at Total Frat Move.
I knew that this was going to be the article to save my life right from the first sentence: “None of us grew up looking at or imagining ourselves with women rocking a solid scissor fade. Still, over the past couple of years, there has been a disturbing trend spreading across gender lines: pixie cuts.” Such poignant words that I can totally relate to, as I think most women can. Because, well, as women I think none of us grew up looking at or imagining ourselves with appearance dictating and overly controlling d-bags, but still over the past couple of centuries men still continue to think they have any say in a woman’s appearance. C’est la vie though, right? We better listen if we ever want to be wifed up. So listen ladies: grow that hair to the floor. The Cousin It look is sexy. No shave November? More like no-shave lifetime!
This hard-hitting and helpful piece of journalism was sparked in part by Jennifer Lawrence’s recent new short do. RogerSterlingJr is worried that since basically every girl in the world wants to be her best friend (accurate) that we will all follow in her seemingly atrocious footsteps like the lemmings we are and all cut our hair too. It is true though that I, and many other females, are heavily influenced by Jennifer Lawrence. I spent a month this summer living in the woods hunting my peers because I thought that was what was on trend. Guess what guys, I was wrong. I digress, RogerSterlingJr however says in his piece “Girls, I’m here to save you from yourself. If you’re a woman in your prime, short hair is an overwhelmingly bad idea.” And like a white knight dressed as Tuxedo Mask, RogerSterlingJr comes swooping in and we are thankfully all saved from ourselves: because when it comes to our appearances, we are our own worst enemies.