Did Adobe Systems release a new version of Photoshop with a blonde highlighter tool while we were on vacation? Sheesh.
Two gorgeous celebrities in faux photos that leave the same creepy impression as those weird wax figures in Madame Tussaud’s: So lifelike, they almost seem alive!
The latest ad campaign from German glam label Blush Berlin draws attention to something most of us didn’t realize we had — “intimacy rights”, or the right to privacy in the bedroom.
Blush’s ‘Respect Our Intimacy‘ campaign follows their recent ads that supported NSA leaker Edward Snowden or trashed media scoundrel Rupert Murdoch, with slightly tongue-in-cheek slogans that somehow link lingerie with …
In our last article, we looked at the growing phenomenon of lingerie brands that are turning to older fashion models to promote their products to an aging customer base.
Below we offer a look at 10 different labels and how they are using plus-age models today.
The appearance of so-called older models on catwalks and in fashion editorials this year isn’t really a “trend”, any more than people having birthdays is a trend. Supermodels are simply getting older, just like their fans.
Stardom doesn’t always travel well.
For instance, I don’t know who Helen Flanagan is or Michelle Keegan or Keeley Hazell or Rosie Jones. I can’t tell Georgia from Jorgie or Pixie from Peaches or Mollie from Millie. Holly Willoughby is apparently a household name, but not in my house.