Plus, will more fashion editors join Substack this year?
Gwyneth Paltrow's controversial Netflix series is exactly what you'd expect — but, like, 10 times crazier.
Hear me out.
From Donna, Brenda, and Kelly to Ally and Clarissa, it's time to get reacquainted.
Bless you, Rachel Antonoff.
Including "Elementary" star Lucy Liu on Dr. Watson's wardrobe evolution and why "Arrow" is embracing the long-sleeved look again.
Plus, all the high-fashion in 'Gotham' and how Miley Cyrus will pass her signature style onto her team on 'The Voice.'
Yet another way to score behind-the-scenes peeks of your favorite TV shows, including "Empire," "The Walking Dead" and "The Mindy Project."
It takes a lot to keep up the ever-evolving style of undercover Soviet agents.
It's the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" and "House of DVF" crossover episode! Plus, Fashion Week, supermodels, more booby dresses and, finally, a winner.
With guest appearances from 'InStyle' editors, Jessica Hart, tacky flash tattoos and Jessica Joffe's impressive range of facial expressions.
What a wreck.
Also known as the episode in which I found myself rooting for Kier in some moments, if only because everyone else was so disappointing.
With special appearances from Karlie Kloss and the biggest bottle of vodka you've ever seen.
Last Night, we attended what must be one of the most laid back awards ceremonies in the entertainment biz: New York Women in Film & Television's Designing Women event, which honors women (and one man) excelling in their (often under-appreciated) fields doing hair, makeup and costumes for films and TV shows. Tina Fey, who looked INCREDIBLE, was especially appreciative of her makeup team on 30 Rock: Jenn Jorge Nelson and Julie Teel. When presenting them with their award, she described being a makeup artist thusly: “You need the eyes of an artist, the hands of a surgeon, and the firm but tactful demeanor of a women’s prison gynecologist.”
We're still reeling from Friday's news that long-standing America's Next Top Model cast members Jay Manuel, J. Alexander and Nigel Barker had been fired from the show--news that left a lot of questions, like who would be replacing them and what did that mean for the show? Now, we know a little more.