Alcoholic chocolate drinks exist, so this is a more understandable combination than say Martha Stewart and White Castle, but Adult Chocolate Milk is sure to still raise a few eyebrows.
We think they’re dolls, but drag versions of Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani sitting next to Anna Wintour, Grace Coddington and Tavi are pretty fun too.
If a leaked video for Kanye West is any indication of the work we’ll be seeing to support the rapper’s hit song Monster, West isn’t afraid of using very literal references to illustrate this part of his dark twisted fantasy.
With millions of followers, stars like Kim Kardashian and big name brands like Reebok are making big bucks using Twitter as a means of advertising. It has been widely rumored that endorsement deals between businesses and celebrities actually contractually stipulate a certain number of product-related tweets per day.
Isabelle Caro, best known as the model who appeared in a 2007 anti-anorexia campaign in Italy following the death of an anorexic Brazilian model, died in November at the age of 28.
It’s official, Mark Zuckerberg is having the best year ever. Hitwise released data today showing that the social network led by Time’s Person of the Year has passed Google as the most visited site in the US. In what should come as a surprise to no one, a prolific pop star and an omnipresent top the list of popular internet searches. Keep reading, we promise this isn’t a leftover from 2009.
The past 12 months included fabulous trends, dazzling red carpet moments and stunning product innovation, but 2010 was also a great year for the weird. We’ve featured tons of off-beat trends and odd products in our weekly If Everyone Jumped posts this year, including $3,000 T-shirts from Valentino, glow-in-the-dark sunglasses and candles that smell like fast food. With this the last week of 2010, here is a recap of our top five favorites.
Nicki Minaj’s debut album Pink Friday has been a sales success, with more than 650,000 albums sold in its first month out. The rapper’s debut product collaboration hasn’t been a slacker either.
Sold only on four Fridays starting with Black Friday, Minaj collaborated with MAC on a bright pink lipstick called Pink Friday that’s completely sold out.
Remember when a naked Kim Kardashian covered W? Of course, how can you forget.
Though it’s not unusual to see a Kardashian of supermarket weeklies like InTouch, US Weekly or Life & Style, we wondered if high brow fashion readers would respond favorably to recently installed editor Stefano Tonchi’s choice of cover models outside the usual cover girl choices.
Readers responded, and how!