Well, if they're making any that is.
A little bit more difficult to get than the latest "It" bag.
And Lululemon says some questionable things about sunscreen use.
Remember waaay back in 2004, when the first-ever designer was auf'd on Project Runway, and there was still a glimmer of hope that ANTM might actually find America's next top model? We secretly practiced smizing in the mirror and cringed at the prospect of boring Nina. Well, things have gotten a lot more complex since those simple times--for better or worse (but mostly better!). While we still love our old faves, it's always nice to mix it up a bit and keep the DVR busy--especially when it comes to fashion television. This fall and beyond offers a slew of exciting (and at times, a little repetitive) new fashionably oriented reality shows: From competitions searching for even more amazing new talents, to docu-series following our already much-loved fash peeps (hello, Brad!), to a behind-the-counter look at one of our go-to shopping spots. These shows are like shoes--you can really never have too many. (Though you might stop wearing shoes all together. You don't really need them for sitting on the couch, do you?) So which ones are you watching? Ready, set, "Record Series!"
The clothes at Rachel Roy’s Spring 2012 presentation were strong and beautiful, but it was almost difficult to focus on the collection as tons of A-listers—including the likes of Molly Sims, Margherita Missoni, Veronica Webb, and longtime friend Kim Kardashian—packed the outdoor balcony at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall to support their stylish pal. “She just loves what she does and I love that about her,” Kardashian told us. “We have so many fun dinners where we talk about clothes all day long, and she just knows how to dress a woman, you know?” Yes, we do, and Kim’s skin-tight, muted khaki knit dress was a perfect example of that.
Model, actress, jewelry designer--Molly Sims does it all, including picking some amazing gifts to give and get this holiday season. She took the time to tell us why she loves each and every one of these gifts. She also told us she makes a mean red velvet cake, enjoys the occasional Judge Judy episode, and that her childhood nickname was "Bones" (for real--it's her middle name) but that's another story... Click through to see her picks.