• 28th April
    2011
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Word on the streets is that Jem is making a return to TV. Starting May 31st, you can tune into The Hub TV (whatever that is) to get re-acquainted with Jem/Jerrica, the Holograms, the Misfits and that purple-haired, two-timing bastard, Rio.

Word on the streets is that Jem is making a return to TV. Starting May 31st, you can tune into The Hub TV (whatever that is) to get re-acquainted with Jem/Jerrica, the Holograms, the Misfits and that purple-haired, two-timing bastard, Rio.

(Source: popwatch.ew.com)

  • 17th April
    2011
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    2011
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  • 14th April
    2011
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When Real Housewife Jill Zarin says she’s “changed” since last year, she ain’t playin’ around. While I’m kind of embarrassed to admit that I prefer Jill’s old Hollywood waves and new frozen face, I’m still Team Bethenny all the way.

When Real Housewife Jill Zarin says she’s “changed” since last year, she ain’t playin’ around. While I’m kind of embarrassed to admit that I prefer Jill’s old Hollywood waves and new frozen face, I’m still Team Bethenny all the way.

  • 14th April
    2011
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Wake Up And Smell Prada’s Infusion de Rose

I’m a sucker for pretty packaging.

A fantasy scene of wood nymphs at play among giant rose petals entwines the Prada Infusion de Rose Eau de Parfum box, sourced from a Prada Spring/Summer 2008 collection print.

The perfume inside is equally delightful: “imagine fresh rose petals mingling with tea, roses, and honey, crushed in the hand with mint leaves.” It’s an unexpected and modern take on the typical rose fragrance.

While I don’t love it as much as my beloved Prada Infusion d’Iris (my signature scent), it’s a refreshing and feminine fragrance that is perfect for Spring (and a vast improvement from 2009’s Infusion de Fleur d’Oranger - which I felt veered into little old lady territory).

Prada Infusion de Rose ($105, 3.4 oz) is available at Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman.

  • 14th April
    2011
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Excuse me, miss. You have a run in your pantyhose. Oh, wait…you meant to look like that? And there are stirrups attached? Dayum. I have no words.

It’s a shame that my stealth street photography didn’t allow me to capture this woman from the waist up. She looked like a cross between Melanie Griffiths in Working Girl and an actual working girl circa 1983. The best thing about her, though, was her French braid and bouffant that looked straight out of a polygamist compound.

I hear The Sartorialist is making a trip to Philly soon. It’s too bad he missed this lady.

  • 14th April
    2011
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