Taylor Lautner is smoking on GQ Australia‘s October-November cover! This, guys, is retro done right, as opposed to Ian Somerhalder in Flaunt where the vintage vibe is just whack. He’s like the dapper, younger Don Draper without the angst! Side-parted hair? Checkkit!
Taylor’s interview with the mag also shows what a baller he is. He’s bought a silver, 2012 SLS AMG Mercedes-Benz whose basic model starts at $175,000. We’re guessing he didn’t just buy a basic version though. He said, “As you know, I’ve been driving the same car [a BMW 5 series] for the past four years. But I’ve always been a huge car fan. And I would always go to dealerships and drool. And I definitely always had my eye on this car. And it was a long process before I even considered getting a car like that. It’s a childhood dream.” We love the little humble bit in the end but dude still has major cred. We also suggest that you make sure to check out the gallery here for some seriously drool-worthy photographs of Tay. It makes the interview look like ancient Greek.
[Photo vis GQ Australia]
She’s back! Kate Moss closed — and totally stole — the show for Louis Vuitton’s spring-summer collection in Paris yesterday. Love or hate her, you have to admit her presence on the runway adds that little something extra. Kate’s totally become more of front-row gal more than just your regular supermodel, so this appearance is indeed rare. The fact that her close pal Marc Jacobs designed the collection probably sealed the deal. Kate actually asked to be a part of it, as Marc explained, “She asked to be in the show and she’s a very dear friend so…happy to oblige”
Considering Kate just got married in July made the outfit she wore on the runway even more poignant. She looked like a demure, mod ’60s couturier’s bridal dream in a white laser-cut feather dress with a gorgeous bell skirt! That’s how it’s done, ladies and gents.
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It takes a lot for this man to look bad. It’s well nigh impossible! And we love him far too much to dis him. So, instead, we’re just going to dis Ian Somerhalder‘s spread in Flaunt magazine. What is UP, people? We love retro, but Mad Men retro! This just hurts our eyes. It’s far too technicolor, the prints are too loud and there’s just too much going on! Especially since we’re using to seeing him as the devastatingly broody Damon Salvatore on the Vampire Diaries which involves a largely monochrome wardrobe. Truth be told, we just prefer him shirtless, but that’s just us.
[Photo via Flaunt Magazine]
It would be hard to overstate how much Apple co-founder Steve Jobs transformed our lives, from getting a mouse into our hands to introducing the touch screen, from how we listen to music to how we talk face-to-face on our mobile phones. In the end, Jobs definitely delivered on his “Think Different” advertising slogan. So it’s not surprising that celebs from every walk of life took to Twitter and Facebook like the rest of us to share their condolences upon hearing that he lost his battle to cancer at the age of 56. R.I.P. Steve.
“Rest in peace, Steve Jobs. From all of us at #Obama2012, thank you for the work you make possible every day-including ours.”
An innovator. Contributed so much to this generation & beyond. RIP Steve Jobs.
Shaunie O’Neal (More VH1 personalities react to Jobs’ death on The VH1 Blog)
RT @TheDailyLove: RIP Steve Jobs, we love you. Thank you for changing our world.
“The world rarely sees someone who has had the profound impact Steve has had, the effects of which will be felt for many generations to come. For those of us lucky enough to get to work with him, it’s been an insanely great honor. I will miss Steve immensely.”
La La Vasquez
RIP Steve Jobs…praying for your family..thank YOU for all YOU’VE done to change our world and our way of thinking..
Wow Steve Jobs died! He was a brilliant man!
“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”
“‘If I’d never took that single course, Mac woulda never had multi typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts’ – calligraphy student Steve Jobs”
Mark Zuckerberg via Facebook, of course
“Steve, thank you for being a mentor and a friend. Thanks for showing that what you build can change the world. I will miss you.”
“Thank you for connecting all of us Mr. Jobs. RIP”
The Original Apple Genius Steve Jobs has passed away today at 56 from pancreatic cancer. And above, a screengrab of the Apple website. Words are difficult to express when one of the world’s leading thinkers who has revolutionized the way we live our daily life passes away, especially so young, but I believe comedian Jon Friedman summed it up best: “iSad.” RIP Steve Jobs.
It was a beautiful day in Los Angeles yesterday, perfect weather for one of my favorite daytime activities:
Giving dirty looks to parents and their crying children at the zoo Taking pictures at the zoo. And the animal hilarity was in FULL FX yesterday, especially seeing as we kicked things off by meeting two brand new BABY GIANT SEA OTTERS PUPS who were getting BOTTLE FED:
CAN YOU EVEN DEAL WITH THIS???
This wallaby certainly can’t:
These baby otters are merely weeks old, are brother and sister, and judging by the joy they took from eating, are going to be monster-sized one day. I mean look at this one just going for it:
There really aren’t that many things in this world that are better than YouTube phenomenon Drew Droege doing an “impression” of Chloe Sevigny that is both accurate and inaccurate. It’s hard to really separate what is a Chloe-ism and what is a Drew-ism, so to speak, when you watch the guy dress up as the indie starlet, but no matter: you’ll still watch the whole damn thing.
It seems as if the faux-ie Chloe has spurned another like-minded dude-as-a-lady thing. This time, there’s a boy named David Craig who — like Droege — kinda dresses up to play Martha Plimpton, another indie gem who, even on Raising Hope, somehow evades the mainstream garbage like a pro. Dude not only nails it, but he has finally allowed for “Chloe” and “Martha” to meet, and it is glorious.
Takeaway line: “Who’s the boss now?”
2011 has been one nutty year. We’ve seen President Obama carry out the murder of the world’s most wanted criminal. We’ve seen a movie allegedly about sewing people to other people’s butts become a thing. And we’ve seen Lady Gaga become a dude.
Needless to say, LOTS OF STUFF has happened in popular culture that could carry over to your Halloween costume come October 31st. Here are fifteen essential ideas:
15. Zombie Andy Rooney (or, y’know, Andy Rooney)
14. One of the chairs from The Voice
Our condolences to James Franco, whose father, Doug Franco, passed away last week at age 63. The cause of death has not been revealed as yet, but James’ mother, Betsy Franco did tweet a very heartbreaking message yesterday writing, “It is true that my sweet, generous husband passed away. He gave so much to his three sons and me, and to many other people, too.” The family has always seemed very close with James often mentioning his dad in interviews revealing things like, “I’m not serious all the time. It’s not like I grew up in a house full of jokes, but my dad did turn me on to Monty Python.” We’re sending out our sincerest best wishes to the whole family.
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Oprah: “B*tch, just tell me why in the hell you are so damn crazy?”
Lady Gaga: “I’m not that damn crazy.”
Oprah: “B*tch, yes you are, you’re crazy as hell. Last night, I saw your ass dancing butt naked at the awards.
Lady Gaga: “I trying to get myself straightened out.”
Oprah: “B*tch, please! Get off my goddamned show.”
Just a chat between friends!