Two words: Muff. Jones. Enough said.
The View ladies talked last night about what they will ask John McCain during today's show. Let's see if they stick to their guns.
Lauren Bush is no longer modeling. She's making Feed Bags! And it sounds like she's voting Democratic.
Rachel Dratch explains how Amy Poehler gets fan kudos for "Debbie Downer" just as much as Dratch gets praised for her turn as a cheerleader with Will Ferrell.
The first live professional-basketball game the Shakepearean actor will ever see will be an upcoming Knicks game. O horror, horror, horror!
Hugh Dancy’s in town from London to film Confessions of a Shopaholic and he brought his sass with him.
Bewkes, Michael Patrick King, and the Sex and the City cast ham it up at a Point Foundation dinner.
The Internet is still full of articles about the Brooklyn Museum's Takashi Murakami opening-night party even though it took place on Thursday. Allow us to contribute.
At an Electorlux event to introduce their new line, Kelly Ripa tells us all about how she's a normal mom. Really.
At the Takashi Murakami exhibit, the socialite explains what superpowers she would like to have and why.
Richie Rich & Co. sure do love their unicorns. But surely not all unicorns are horny beasts? We found out at the 'Nylon' party the other night.
Harvey to Hollywood: "Vote for me! Er, Hillary!"
Bear Stearns collapsed and Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernake has finally uttered the R-word (that's "recession"), but so what! Lots o' deep pockets gathered at the Hermès store on Wall Street to celebrate the launch of a $2.3 million car…
Peter Som restaged his first collection for Bill Blass today. Quite smartly the designer brought his show to Saks, the ultimate ladies-who-lunch destination.
And they told us all about it (and getting rained out of yesterday's Yankees opener) at last night's premiere of the movie 'Smart People.'
And Ryan himself is pissed that we said they were. Herein we apologize, and he chastises us for our gullibility.
Few at the top of the fashion world will admit that the shoddy economy has affected the industry. Makes sense since luxury brands have remained more than profitable these past months despite the recession.
The bike-riding comedian explains exactly how he exacts citizen's revenge on Jersey drivers who dare to swerve into the cycling lane.
At the launch party for Heatherette's makeup line for M.A.C, we got sparkly designers Traver Rains and Richie Rich to talk to us about their absence this past February. Alas, it was all the ugly business side of things.
Jim Sturgess is a lucky dude, having worked with Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson in The Other Boleyn Girl and, now, with Kate Bosworth in the new nerd-gambling movie 21.