Frankly my dear, I don't give a f*ck
Lake Bell dials in her inner 50s superstar for Los Angeles Magazine which was shot by Jill Greenberg.
Aquille Carr is a 5’6″ guard from Baltimore who is currently a junior at Patterson High School. Little dude’s handle and game is so ill that he was the cover boy for Dime Magazine.
He’s only the 5th high school baller to be on the cover. Meaning, that boy got game for days. With an Iverson-like crossover he’s already drawing comparisons. I hope for his sake he doesn’t end up like Avery Queen or Andre Barrett.
Deborah Ann Woll, Imogen Poots, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and Jessica Chastain look absolutely gorgeous for Los Angeles Times Magazine.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
August’s Man of Style–Malaysian magazine August Man celebrates their 3rd anniversary with a special cover story featuring actor Zachary Quinto. Slated to hit newsstands September 1, 2011, the special issue features a sixteen page spread with Quinto, photographed by Chiun-Kai Shih in a complete wardrobe, furnished by Burberry and styled by Marcus Teo. / Creative direction by Melvin Chan.
Anne Hathaway provides readers with some pretty iconic shots in Interview magazine’s upcoming issue.
Can we ever lose with Gisele Bundchen on the cover of anything? Nope.
These are the ladies of KING Magazine issue for Sept./Oct. 2011. A lot of lady bits here.
GQ puts together a list of America’s 10 douchiest colleges. I can’t say I agree or disagree, but I will say this list is awesome. If your school happens to be on the list, don’t be upset, just know that people are silently judging you anytime they receive your resume.
Check out the list after the jump.
Esther Baxter struts her stuff for KING Magazine’s Sept./Oct. 2011 issue.
“Alien,” “chameleon,” and “androgynous” are the words most often applied to the five-foot-eleven actress, but perhaps only because the notions of beauty she subscribes to are wholly her own. “I follow my nose,” she says. “It’s as simple as that.”
In the the latest issue of W Magazine, Tilda Swinton discusses what drives her in the entertainment business and shares thoughts about the importance the Oscars.
So last night Paper Magazine held their Sounds Like PAPER concert in the Williamsburgh section of Brooklyn at House of Vans and the venue was spacious needless to say. Guests were treated to free Coronas (in a can though) and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. First thing I had to get was a beer of course, then came the Cherry Garcia (super hyped!). People were scattered everywhere, blunt smoke was in the air, empty cans and Ben & Jerry’s cups painted the faux-grassy knoll area which my crew and I where located, and eventually the porter-potty line became enormous.
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