After reflecting back on the (very long) list of celebrity clothing lines (that now includes Kanye’s stupid shirt!), I thought that it would be super beneficial to everyone if we gathered ’round and reminisced about the grossly overpriced items attached to our beloved celebs. They really do know how to swindle a dollar or three hundred out of us, don’t they? More
Topic: Whitney Port
According to a source, Whitney Port and Tim Rosenman “have always had crushes on each other” since they worked together on MTV’s reality series The City. It’s like a modern-day fairy tale! More
I’ve noticed something about my reality show viewing habits: I’m usually not able to devote enough energy to stick through an entire season of a competition show like Celebrity Apprentice, but I’ll gladly watch The Millionaire Matchmaker and most of the Real Housewives installments. Maybe it’s because I find it too straightforward to watch two teams compete for a prize. Instead, I must prefer seeing shrews and man-children create ridiculous, arbitrary divisions that ensure they will continue to fight about non-issues until the reunion show. More
With the new IPad being released next week, we had to get together and check out some fun IPad celebrity users who we are sure are excited about the new upcoming tech candy. More
OMG! Justin Bieber: Never Say Never premiered last night! (We’re seeing it Friday and we’re irrationally psyched — we have our own 3D glasses and everything.) The red carpet was a total who’s who of the teeny bopper set. Check out the highlights of those in attendance. More
The following is a guest post from our friends at Luckymag.com:
When the last episode of The City aired last summer, reality star and L.A. native Whitney Port was working at a New York City-based PR firm and struggling to get her fledgling clothing line, Whitney Eve, off the ground. Now Port, 25, is living in L.A. and finally realizing her design dreams, with her best-yet spring collection hitting stores this month. Styles range from chic narrow-leg trousers, drapey pants and ruffled blazers to infinitely versatile short dresses–all of which reflect her California upbringing and gleaned-from-living-in-Manhattan sophistication. Though you’ll have to wait until February 28 to snap up pieces at whitneyeve.com, you can get a glimpse of the collection’s standouts and hear what Port has to say about her designing process, where she loves to shop in L.A. and other juicy tidbits right here. More
Tutus: They’re fun, they’re girly, and they’re not just for your baby sister’s princess costume anymore. The success of Black Swan and the hype surrounding those beautiful Rodarte-designed costumes makes us want to wear tutus everywhere. Here’s a gallery of celebs who have hopped on the tutu train (get it? like choo-choo… ugh) as well. More
Remember that grey hoodie Lindsay Lohan brought made famous after the paparazzi photographed her passed out in Samantha Ronson‘s car? Today we spotted photos of Katie Holmes wearing the same exact sweatshirt, and we wondered if Lindsay had actually started a trend. So we hunted around for photos of other celebs rocking the same look — and yep, that grey hoodie is indeed the most ubiquitous article of clothing in Hollywood. Check out the gallery of casual celebs and let us know if you think anyone wore it better than Linds. More
There is a lot of things wrong with Whitney Port‘s new game show, The Search For The Great American Boyfriend. Like the fact that although the show keeps referring to Barbie (as in “Barbie won’t settle for anything less than perfection!”) as if these guys are competing to win a date with a piece of plastic other than the ones that happen to reside on top of Whitney’s chest area.
So is this The City star’s new dating show? Is she Barbie? And is she really basing her dating criteria on how much a guy can embody the stereotype of a metrosexual doll? More
Body issues are a big problem today – for women and girls alike. Almost everyone has a body part that she’s not thrilled about. But Seventeen magazine, through something called The Body Peace Project, is trying to change that, by getting girls to accept their bodies in all shapes and sizes. Yesterday, The City star Whitney Port came to Seventeen’s Body Peace Breakfast as a celebrity ambassador, to help women become more comfortable with their bodies. We caught up with Whitney to talk about her own body issues and how she came to love her butt. More
Well, Fashion Week was fun you guys! We got to talk to Jay-Z, Kelly Rowland, Vampire Weekend, and Wendy Williams. But we ignored John Mayer, just like everyone else. Whoo! Read this week’s very special edition of Best of Crushable, and enjoy life. More
It’s Fashion Week here in New York, and that means shows all day, parties all night, and hangovers all morning. Crushable’s Drew and I donned our hippest attire (i.e., not jeggings) and headed out to a few events.
First up was the after-party for Charlotte Ronson, whose show was full of patterns and pretty, wearable dresses. The event had an open bar sponsored by O.N.E. Coconut Water (fashion and potassium, together at last), and we took full advantage of the free drinks.
We walked up the steps on the heels of Mark Ronson who was sporting a shock of platinum hair. Drew and I quickly spotted Josh Groban, Rashida Jones and Shenae Grimes amidst a mix of high-heeled and suited-up pretty young things. After grabbing drinks, we arbitrarily parked ourselves nearby to take in the scene. I looked over and realized we were at the table of Charlotte herself, who was holding court next to brother Mark and sister Samantha Ronson. People kept stumbling by to greet the designer and steal ice from the bucket on her table. Drew and I grounded our heels and held onto our prime real estate. We decided to throw haughty looks at anyone who walked our way, and it worked — everyone assumed we were supposed to be at the table. Party infiltration success! More
“Can you feel it?” asks today’s celebrities on Twitter. We can’t, but then again it’s the Internet and we don’t have synesthesia so it’s kind of hard to do anything other than stare really hard at the screen. More