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When you think of Victoria's Secret, you think of beauty, confidence and that infamous cat walk. Well, 23 year old Elsa Hosk has walked that runway and is one of the biggest faces of Victoria's Secret these days. Born in Sweden and now living in NYC, this gorgeous girl is always working it. We got a chance to sit down and ask her about her favorite NYC hang outs, what went wrong at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, and more! More»
I don't want to oversell it or anything, but it's been really freaking hot lately. Like, "sorry I was late, my car seats melted" hot. Like, "Jessica Simpson can drop some of that baby weight by just sitting in the sun all day" hot. Hot enough, in fact, that just going to a pool party might not be enough on its own to cool you off. Don't despair, though: Angelenos are innovative, and our friends shown here at the Roosevelt came up with some new, creative ways to lower body temperature. We'll explain. More»
Not sure if you guys stuck around this weekend, but holy crap, it was hot out. Like, slap-in-the-face, fry an egg on the sidewalk, "milk was a bad choice" hot. And when it gets hot like that, you have two choices: either wrap yourself in ice packs, lock yourself in the car, and just crank the A/C all weekend, or, alternatively, just accept that the whole city's gonna be sweaty and gross and go out anyway. For those of you who chose the latter, and hit up Scottish super-DJ Calvin Harris' Friday night show at Lure, we're guessing the sheer energy of Harris' extremely dope midnight set more than made up for the climate. More»
Since July started, you could really use a Slurpee. The 99º days, where you only get sunburned on your left side because you were sitting in traffic for an hour, and then you need to use a crowbar to pry yourself off of the car seat. More»
There are some celebrities that will always be tied to the skill or trait that made them famous. How famous would Eric Clapton be without his hands? What if J. Lo's ass was lost in a freak airplane seat accident? But then there are also celebrities for whom their initial talent was only part of the equation, people who will stay famous forever, no matter what they're doing. One of those people is a 7'1" friendly giant, one of the most dominant big men of all time, and a guy who left a pretty strong impression here in Los Angeles. If you thought Shaquille O'Neal was going to fade out of the spotlight just because he's not shattering backboards anymore, you clearly weren't paying attention. More»
Saturday, May 18
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.