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Guess How Much the Fabric for Michelle Obama’s Isabel Toledo Dress Cost? Only $500 per yard, and you’ll need more than one to make a dress out of it.
Diane Von Furstenberg Takes Layering to a Whole New Level We can’t believe how many clothes she wore to the inauguration.
Celebrity Fit Club’s Ross Mathews Ready to ‘Assume Any Position’ for Obama ’I am going to be the mayor of Palm Springs. I just want to wear kimonos and Native American jewelry.’
Biden, As Is His Wont, Makes Politically Tactless Joke But wet blanket Barack Obama didn’t seem to find it funny.
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Fug Girls: The Best and Worst of Inaugural Fashion Sure, yesterday was all about change, but when you’ve got dozens of balls, you’ve got dozens of celebrities and their dresses.
So What Was UP With Aretha Franklin’s Hat? We pontificate, along with other bloggers.
Rick Warren and Joseph Lowery Yesterday: Offensive or A-Okay? Some sensitive souls found offense in both Warren and Lowery’s addresses. Others did not!
What Everyone Else Wore to the Inaugural Balls With Jennifer Lopez, Demi Moore, Kanye West, and more.
What You Didn’t See on TV: Inauguration Celebrity Watch You watched the ceremony, you analyzed the speech, you likely teared up. But what did you miss? Jada Yuan, embedded in the crowd, reports.
Ted Kennedy Recovering Well His seizure yesterday was due to ‘simple fatigue.’
Heilemann: Obama’s Spare Inaugural Rhetoric Signals Strategic Mastery Obama is striving to position himself as the head of a kind of national-unity government.
Jeezy and Cannon at the Hip-Hop Inaugural Ball ’America is pregnant with a new baby we call hope and freedom.’ Right!
Senator Collapses During Capitol Hill Lunch [UPDATED] We’re not sure who it is yet; at this point CNN is just rattling off the names of old or infirm senators.
Obama Is Eating Pheasant RIGHT NOW Do you think he’s thinking, “Wow, I’m president”?
Chief Justice Roberts Ruins Perfectly Nice Ceremony Hey, John Roberts, you had one job to do today, and you blew it.
Hillary’s Walk to State Department Not So Easy-Breezy After All Someone’s getting in the way of a ‘unanimous consent’ vote confirming her for office.
First Awkward Racial Slip of the Day Goes to: Brian Williams Craig Robinson and Reggie Love both play basketball — maybe that’s why the NBC anchor got them confused?
Obamas and Bushes Meet Michelle brought Laura a present!
Obamas Heading to Meet Bushes and Cheneys The prayers are over. Now it’s time for reckoning.
Inauguration Report: On the Ticket Lines, Long Waits and Family Feuds Who gets to go, the parents or the children? Some ticket-holders face difficult decisions.
You Never See Obama Sweat On the eve of the inauguration, the prez-elect is as cool as a cucumber.
Jill Biden Is Gaffe-Prone, Too! Jill spilled a secret in a surprise appearance on ‘Oprah’ today.
Scandal! White Hands on Barack Obama! Washington hostesses unable to get the president-elect’s RSVP at their inauguration parties this week may think they are being clever by substituting a cardboard version of Barack Obama for the real thing — but little do they know, a scandal awaits them.
A New Face for a New Administration People are getting last-minute cosmetic procedures for the inauguration.
Who Is Trying to Steal Obama’s Thunder? Jeremiah Wright, obviously. But there are a couple of other stealth spotlight-stealers…
T-Minus-One Day to a New America Somehow, this feeling of giddiness is mitigated by the fact that you are the only one of your friends who has to work today.
Heilemann: The Alterna-Inauguration What if he’d used his grassroots network to stage mini-inaugurals in every state of the union?
What You Didn’t See On-Camera at the HBO Concert It was the little things that made the concert special — like seeing Obama give the “You killed it!” finger point.
Gays Look Forward, Try Not to Dwell on Rick Warren If Obama delivers on his policy promises, the pastor will be an afterthought.
Crowd Control: Movers and Shakers Have Hard Time Moving, Shaking With millions pouring in to witness Tuesday’s big event — and the celebrations both preceding and following it — maneuvering around D.C. has become a happy challenge. Load More