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Marc Jacobs turns 50 today, but you wouldn't know it by looking at him. We all know the designer is not shy when it comes to showing off his ripped body and very vivid tattoo collection. From Spongebob to sofas, we celebrate Marc's half century by taking you through some of his 33 designs, including a look at his favorite ink, plans for his 34th tattoo, and more bazaar pieces of body art. More»
Taking that plunge into the short hair club isn't an easy step. We tend to get very attached to our locks, so deciding to chop them off can seem like a daunting move. But as some of our favorite celebrities have shown us in recent months, it's a move that can definitely pay off if done right. We can't think of a better time to lighten up than the approaching warmer months, so click through to take a cue from a few ladies who've been rocking short styles the right way. Trust us - you'll thank yourself for making the cut when those 100 degree days eventually hit. More»
Imagine Lady Gaga serving you pitchers of beer at happy hour or Chris Rock wiping down your table at a comedy club. For some New Yorkers, this was a reality, as some of today’s biggest stars got their start in the Big Apple with gigs as waitresses, bus boys and salespeople. Click through for some of the still-existing NYC spots where celebs made ends meat in their early years. More»
David Bowie might just be fashion's most influential man. His famous personas - Ziggy, Aladdin, and the Duke - have inspired collections for some of the major fashion houses. Click through to learn more about these personas, and to see exactly how they have influenced fashion.
It's Throwback Thursday, and aside from posting our own embarrassing photos from back in the day, we've dug up a few classic shots of our favorite celebrities. Click through to see what some of today's hottest stars looked like back when they were...well, not so hot.
From Uptown penthouses to Downtown lofts, check out where our favorite rockstars used to call home in New York City. Some of these historic buildings even hold tales of murder, intrigue and unsolved mysteries. You never know - maybe you share a Manhattan address with one of these legendary rockers. More»
We think that humor is one of the best antidotes for stress, which is why we spent many a college midterm season checking out on-campus comedy. And given that some of today's top-notch television talents come from top-notch classrooms, our always-on-cue classmate could very well be the next Mindy Kaling. In the spirit of midterm season and in advance of Tina Fey and Paul Rudd's new film Admission (in which Fey plays a Princeton admissions rep), we've rounded up comediennes with Ivy League degrees. More»
[Dree Hemingway, Muriel Heminway, Langley Fox Hemingway] [Ernest Hemingway] [Tuki Brando] [Marlon Brando]
Do your grandparents have endless stories about the good old days? Imagine if your granddad was Marlon Brando, or your grandmother was Tippi Hedren. Click through to see the stylish grandchildren of famous American actors and artists who are making a name for themselves in art, acting, fashion, and modeling. Born into famous dynasties, these up-and-coming style icons have not only inherited great genes and a flair for the artistic, they're also beginning to pave a way for themselves outside of the shadow of their legendary relatives.
It's Thursday, which means most of us are busy getting our #ThrowbackThursday photos up on Instagram. But it's important to remember why we're obsessed with Instagram in the first place-- not only can you share your awkward baby photos, but you can also stalk some of your favorite celebrities personal shots. Click through for a list of our 10 favorite celebrity Instagram accounts to follow. More»
[L-R: Jennifer Lawrence Sunday night; Jennifer Lawrence Monday]
Always full of surprises, the day after Jennifer Lawrence's big win, our Best Actress brought her Oscar party hangover to Rossano Ferretti HairSpa in Beverly Hills as a blonde and came out with a head of jet black hair. Oh, and yeah, that's her flipping the bird to the Oscar press room on Sunday night after the ceremony. Bless her. More»
[Vera Wang] [Rosario Dawson, Chloe Sevigny]
It seems that Matthew Terry, from the instantly-famous Calvin Klein commercial, was born to be an underwear model. But up until recently, he was a part-time construction worker, an Acme employee, and a personal trainer. It wasn't until his mother secretly submitted his picture to a model search that his career as a male model began. These kind of stories are not as uncommon as you might think. Check out some of these native New Yorkers and how they broke into their industry.
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.