Seeing so many all-white fashion looks on the Critic’s Choice Awards blue carpet Sunday night, you might have thought Hollywood was making another political statement, following last year’s all-black fashion action at the Golden Globes to protest gender inequality.
But the trend is just a trend, at least according to Allison Janney. “We’re all just feeling it,” she said, looking a bit like a superhero in a white Alberta Ferretti cape and pants look, piled high with Neil Lane diamonds.
“Perhaps it is a subconscious message of hope. Brighter times ahead,” added her stylist Tara Swennen.
Or perhaps Hollywood stars, like so many others this January, are obsessed with organization guru Marie Kondo’s new Netflix show, “Tidying Up!” Whatever the reason, the fashion news of the night was a clean sweep. Emily Blunt seemed to get the memo, wearing a crystal-embroidered white silk Prada gown that her stylist Jessica Paster described as “fresh and simple.” Constance Wu romanced in Rodarte, and Lady Gaga in billowy blush Calvin Klein (though sadly, without hair colored to match this time).
Women wore the pants—a lot, with Julia Roberts choosing a deconstructed tuxedo by Nicolas Ghesquiere for Louis Vuitton and Claire Foy projecting power in a navy blue asymmetrical
Plus, exclusive interviews with Egyptian Lover, Del The Funky Homosapien & E.D.I. Mean.
Plus, an exclusive interview with Trev Rich and the 2018 HipHopDX Year End Awards.
Plus, editorials on the "King Of R&B" debate and Drake vs. Kanye.
Plus, exclusive interviews with J.I.D, Chuck D and Xzibit.
Plus, exclusive interviews with Pusha T and Power Malu.
Plus, exclusive interviews with Talib Kweli, Mozzy and Kathleen Hanna.
Plus, an exclusive interview with Roc Marciano.
Plus, exclusive interviews with Adult Swim's Jason DeMarco and IDK, Atmosphere's Slug and production duo FnZ.
WIRED’s Lauren Goode reviews the latest iPhone models — the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max — and tests the battery life, camera and video capabilities.
Plus, exclusive interviews with Drumma Boy, Rip Michaels, Buddy, Ty Dolla $ ign and DJ Jazzy Jeff.
The Hand Pilot, a masturbator of the month club for men and couples, has added sexpert Lady Genevieve and her review column “The Sexy Scoop” to their official blog.
XBIZ.com – Pleasure & Retail
Plus, exclusive interviews with Santigold, Chika, and Sabrina Claudio!
Plus, DX's reviews of Black Thought and A$ AP Rocky's new projects.
Drake finally picked up his smartphone and took to Instagram to address at least one portion of Pusha T’s scathing “The Story Of Adidon” diss track. With the Virginia rapper using a photo of the Canadian superstar in Blackface, Drizzy clarified the reasons behind the picture but nothing else.
“I know everyone is enjoying the circus but I want to clarify one image in question,” Drake wrote Wednesday (May 30) at 10:55PM.
He added, “The picture is from 2007, a time in my life when I was an actor and I was working on a project that was about young black actors struggling to get roles, being stereotyped and type cast. The photos represented how African Americans were once wrongfully portrayed in entertainment.
Drizzy goes on to say that he and fellow actor Mazin Elsadig were attempting to highlight the battles they had as young Black actors trying to get into the game. Elsadig, 30, is an actor of Sudanese descent and worked with Drake as a cast member of Degrassi: The Next Generation.
What we’re wondering is of all the flame Push gave Drake, including claims of a kid with a porn star chief among them, it is beyond curious he chose this as a moment to speak out. Stay tuned as this will surely heat up over the next few days.
Plus, reviews and exclusives with Lil B, MC Paul Barman and Kid Koala.
NFL owners will vote next week on a proposal to make all player ejections subject to replay review.
www.espn.com – NFL
Plus an exclusive interview with George Clinton.
Kevin Spacey is currently under investigation in a sex crimes case in Los Angeles, officials confirm to CNN.
Took new scarf back to store because it was too tight.
Fired from pharmacy job for failing to print labels….. Helllloooo!!!…….bottles won’t fit in printer!!!
Got really excited…..finished jigsaw puzzle in 6 months….. Box said ‘ 2-4 years!’
Trapped on escalator for hours … Power went out!!!
Tried to make Kool Aid…..wrong instructions…. 8 cups of water won’t fit into those little packets!!!
Tried to go water skiing……. Couldn’t find a lake with a slope.
Lost breast stroke swimming competition….. Learned later, the other swimmers cheated, they used their arms!!!
Got locked out of my car in rain storm…… Car swamped because soft-top was open.
The capital of California is ‘C’…..isn’t it???
Hate M & M’s….. They are so hard to peel.
Baked turkey for 4 1/2 days …. Instructions said 1 hour per pound and I weigh 108!!
Couldn’t call 911. ‘Duh’…..there’s no ‘eleven’ button on the stupid phone!!!
Received from Janice Beasley.
The Good, Clean Funnies List
Plus reviews of Rich Brian and Freeway, celebrations of J Dilla and Jermaine Dupri, and DX's take on the death of CDs.
Trump in the Wild: 2017 – A Year In R… 2:11
The Donald’s rise to be king of his pride has been a difficult journey this year, one filled with constant dangers.
Submitted by: Funny Or Die
Keywords: Trump in the Wild The Donald Donald Trump 2017 Nature Documentary Parody Attenborough Planet Earth Wildlife President Election Politics POTUS Year in Review
“She’s kind of a nomad…a Polish, bohemian nomad,” designer Gilles Mendel spoke of Talitha Getty, the muse to his latest collection. While the iconic, free-spirit inspired the feel of his pre-fall collection, the color palette was prompted by Mark Rothko’s signature “Multiforms” works. “Coming here, to me, is like coming to the dressing room of the chicest girl in town,” Mendel mused. Inspired by the late Sixties and early Seventies, the collection looked glamorous and modern in Mendel’s DNA: pleated tulle overlay gowns, embroidered skirts and dresses and ruffled blouses.
Mendel enjoyed mixing unusual color combinations, plum with burnt orange, with his luxe and refined silhouettes. His best looks came in burnt velvet — a texture “so rich, that whatever you wear, you feel refined,” Mendel noted, like a vintage rose dress top with Seventies flared trousers or a floor-length gold gown with bishop sleeves. Luxurious, unfinished and reversible furs added to the beautiful and lavish feel of the collection. Overall, the contrast of Rothko’s work against a modern, bohemian spirit suited Mendel.
Plus an exclusive interview with KXNG Crooked, and reviews of the new Kendrick Lamar, Juicy J, G Perico and more.
You Can’t Buy a Better Android Phone Than the Pixel 2. In almost every way, the Pixel 2 is the iPhone of Android phones. And that’s a compliment.
Teruko's Movie Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE 1:38
Teruko gives her butt rating for the new DC Action film ‘Justice League’ starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa, and Ray Fisher.
Submitted by: Funny Or Die
Keywords: Teruko's Movie Reviews Teruko Movie Review Justice League DC DC Comics Ben Affleck Batman Henry Cavill Superman Amy Adams Lois Lane Gal Gadot Wonder Woman Ezra Miller The Flash Jason Momoa Aquaman Ray Fisher Cyborg
Teruko's Movie Review: THOR: Ragnarok 1:31
Teruko gives her butt rating for the new Marvel Action film ‘THOR: Ragnarok’ starring Chris Hemsworth.
Submitted by: Funny Or Die
Keywords: Teruko's Movie Reviews Teruko Movie Review THOR: Ragnarok Chris Hemsworth Marvel Thor Avengers The Hulk
The iPhone X is packed with some of the most cutting edge smartphone tech, including its camera. Naturally, we tested Face ID, its selfie mode and full HD slo-mo while bouncing around at a trampoline park.
Amy Schumer’s dad is giving his regards to Broadway–and his reviews!
On Saturday, the funny lady shared an oh-so-sweet Instagram post with her father Gordon Schumer before her big…
E! Online (US) – Top Stories
Entertainment News! –
Plus, an exclusive interview with Bahamadia and a run-down of Shady Records' 2017 roster.
David Pierce reviews the new iPhone 8. No you can’t unlock it with your face, but it’s still a very nice phone with a great camera.
Nissan’s new Leaf is an OK electric car—and that’s a great thing. The original Leaf was a global best seller. Now the 2018 LEAF has to compete with Chevy’s Bolt and Tesla’s Model 3. WIRED takes the car, and its semi-autonomous features, for a spin.
A misguided guide written by a white dude.