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Confirmed: The Onesie is Here to Stay

Fashion trends come and go, but it looks like this one-piece wonder will stand the test of time. Jumpsuits have been on our radar for several seasons, and they have come a long way since their re-introduction into the style scene, boasting a multitude of personalities that run from unapologetically fierce to classic romance. 139 more words

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Growing up in Northern California, Vans were the popular skate shoe everyone wore with t-shirts, jeans and shorts. I still have my old checkerboard, lace up, low tops and wear them from time to time. 143 more words


Who Made Your A-List? Tell Us Who Wore It Best This Week

This week, some of Hollywood’s most stylish ladies stepped out wearing stunning ensembles that gave everyone in our office something to talk about. Now it’s your turn to tell us whose getup made your  136 more words

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The Host (2013)

Director: Andrew Niccol

Writer: Andrew Niccol (Screenplay) Stephenie Meyer (Novel)

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Diane Kruger, Max Irons, William Hurt, Chandler Canterbury


Plot: When an unseen enemy threatens mankind by taking over their bodies and erasing their memories, Melanie (Ronan) gets captured she gets infected with a Wanderer but Melanie fights for control over the new host who is desperate to take over her memories and find the last pockets of human resistance. 388 more words


Best of the Week: Bright Hair and Casual Makeup

This week it seemed as though every famous Kate was out and about, looking gorgeous and turning heads. From Bosworth to Upton, each Kate looked as beautiful as the next. 93 more words


The Host (2013)

The time has arrived.

Yep, that’s a Diet Coke cap. I fell asleep while watching it and missed about half an hour, woke up and what I saw then was so f–king ridiculous that I didn’t bother to go back where I’d dozed off at. 285 more words


Z To A: Inglourious Basterds (2009)

(Z To A is an ongoing series: cumulative reviews of my DVD collection in reverse alphabetical order.)

Plot Synopsis: Brad Pitt takes no prisoners in Quentin Tarantino’s high-octane WWII revenge fantasy, Inglourious Basterds. 952 more words