Wrap dresses are back, screams a website. Yes, wear wrap dresses, they are versatile, shouts another. Wear your wrap dresses for spring, as they are back, another cries, all the way in the back, from the cheap seats. You heard it there first and here, a little later: the wrap dress, Diane von Furstenberg’s most…
I have never successfully sat through an Avengers movie, most likely because my tolerance for superheroes and bad CGI and the lesser Chris (Pratt) is fairly low. However, all of this changed when I learned that Thanos, the star of Avengers: Infinity War, and I have a lot in common.
If you have seen maybe half an episode of Queer Eye, you are surely familiar with stylist Tan France’s favorite styling trick: the French tuck, a pernicious sartorial move that supposedly adds length to the torso but really makes it look like the wearer has forgotten to untuck their shirt after using the restroom. You…
HBO’s epic incest soap opera with the dragons and the ice zombies begins its swan song on Sunday. Many people have died, not enough people have fucked, and a handful of others are still alive, clinging to their leather garments with all their might, hoping to survive this dastardly game of thrones.
I’m not sure where KFC lost its way, but I’m pretty sure that they haven’t quite found it yet.
What I know about The Young Pope is as follows: there’s a pope; he’s young; he drinks Cherry Coke Zero; and in the beginning of the show, there is a small, naked baby that crawls atop a pile of babies and somehow, in the end, Jude Law emerges. None of this information explains this photo.
Perhaps you have seen the “viral” “tipping trick” circulating around the internet on this fine Monday and maybe you have clicked on it, hoping for actual insight. Buckle up, sonny boy, because I’ve got a surprise for you!
When The View premiered in 1997, the world had never really seen a show like it—radical, almost, in its simplicity. Barbara Walters’s aim in creating The View was to present an array of differing viewpoints from different women, in a casual, chatty setting that was unlike anything on television before. It wasn’t quite…
The vernal equinox has come and gone and though it might still feel brisk in various pockets of this great nation, one fact is irrefutable: it’s clog time.
It has recently come to my attention that not everyone in America puts on a brassiere in the same fashion, thanks to a cursed tweet that came close to causing a civil war amongst the staff of Jezebel.
This isn’t goodbye, it’s just see you later, in a few months, or possibly... next year?
Of all the celebrities we discuss at Dirtcast, no one is as beloved as Cardi B—a legend and an icon, who, once upon a time, blessed the GMG offices with her undeniable star power and shining presence.
About an hour into my feverish Monday afternoon wandering the marble floors of the Shops at Hudson Yards, Manhattan’s latest and most controversial shopping experience, I realized that I was lost. I had been walking through the mall with purpose, looking for either a bathroom or a place to get an iced tea, but found…
My heartiest congratulations to Isabelle Huppert and Julianne Moore, my two absolute best friends in the entire world, who had a very nice time at this birthday party that I happened to miss only because I was doing laundry and watching 90 Day Fiancé and also, because I didn’t know about it?
During the summer of Ferrante fever, I had dinner with a friend with whom my relationship was decidedly on the rocks. The dissolution of our friendship began earlier that summer—a process that I thought was just the beginning of a break, not the actual end. We talked over a meal, catching each other up on our lives,…
On this week’s Dirtcast, we celebrate the legacy of Luke Perry by doing an entire podcast about the show that cemented his place in the pop culture lexicon as a bad boy, a heart throb, and a stone cold fox: Beverly Hills 90210.
Marshalls, my second-favorite discount retailer chain, is following in the footsteps of T.J. Maxx, and launching an e-commerce site, perhaps in an attempt to survive the forthcoming, oft-predicted retail apocalypse. While anything that allows for the survival of my favorite retail experience is a plus in my book, I’d…
Melania Trump makes many fashion choices, most of which are questionable at best, but I’d like to focus today on her attempt at a sartorial choice that has failed many others ahead of her and will continue to make a fool of those who try.
Let’s meet Lil Pump, a man who I have never actually met, but learned a lot about very quickly, in order to fully process the now-debunked news that he was ousting Angela Merkel as Harvard 2019's commencement speaker.
As I watched Mahershala Ali accept the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in your parent’s favorite movie, Green Book, it occurred to me that Mahershala Ali is the only man alive for whom the rule about wearing glasses if you do not need them to see does not apply.