The first two episodes blew our minds.
She doesn't actually do work at the label, if you can imagine.
Girl, what you smell is not fresh.
This week, Spencer lures Heidi into a scary-sounding marriage, and Whitney finally — finally — leaves for New York.
He's giving her diamonds of two shades.
Yes, it's time to start talking about fall 2009 Fashion Week.
We'll see how the "perceived crises" that happen in fashion play out, like trying to find double-sided tape for a dress at 3 a.m.
Plus: Spencer's a jerk, Stephanie's clueless, and Lauren's overemotional. You know, your typical episode.
Unlike Heidi Klum, Gunn seems to have a grip on the legal mess embroiling the show.
Cutrone: "Think of it as 'The Wizard of Oz' meets Stephen King meets 'Rhoda.'"
Heidi Klum showed up at Britney's birthday party this week. Could she be trying to wrangle her?
From a two-minute trailer, we've drawn some very scientific conclusions about what's in store on Whitney Port's new show.
No word if her faithful, whiny assistants Brad and Taylor will return.
She also said the designers will show at February Fashion Week "no matter what."
Audrina and Lauren pretend to patch things up, and we meet the woman indirectly responsible for Spencer and Stephanie's existence.
Some view it as selling out, but it's probably where his fan base shops anyway.
And by that we mean, she's launched a blog!
After a lackluster season, 'The Hills' delivers a screechy, mascara-ruining episode. Thank God.
Tyra Banks's ability to make so much hay of the same show for so long does impress.
Ironic that she who continually asks if "you wanna be on top" is not "on top" herself.