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  1. the best of
    30 of the Best Ponytails in History The easiest-to-pull-off hairdo gets the spotlight.
  2. Kim Kardashian and Christina Aguilera Even Go to the Bathroom TogetherAnd more “celebrities are just like us” moments, in today’s gossip roundup.
  3. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: Red-carpet Hits and Misses at MTV Movie AwardsFor some red-carpet looks, not even a moon man is honor enough. Here are our awards for the evening’s standouts.
  4. beauty marks
    Paris Court Sides With eBay in L’Oréal Case; Shawn Johnson’s Glitter SkinAnd eight ways to modify a plain ponytail.
  5. fashion yearbook
    Miley Cyrus Continues Corrupting the Better Sensibilities of Our Nation’s Female YouthThe clothes they wore to the premiere of ‘Hannah Montana: The Movie’ were not okay.
  6. Nastia Liukin to Appear on Gossip GirlIf she doesn’t play a triple-threat (model, actress, pommel-horse champ) who fights with Blair and Serena for a spot at Yale, we’ll be outraged.
  7. Nastia Liukin to Get Book DealNo word on whether Shawn Johnson will do a more endearing, but slightly less polished, follow-up.
  8. beauty marks
    Get Michelle Obama’s Look; Gymnasts Land CoverGirl CampaignMichelle Obama’s hair and makeup looked amazing at the DNC last night ,and you can, too!
  9. Alex Kuczynski Uses Her Socialite Magic on Our ‘Real Housewives’When grappling with how to handle the advent of the new Bravo show The Real Housewives of New York City, the Times was faced with a conundrum: Here is a show that will purportedly expose a sector of society that the newspaper, in its “Style” section and in its T magazine, regularly covers. But it’s also trashy reality television. How to cover? Thankfully, the geniuses at T came up with a solution just in time for the show’s March 2 debut. They took matters into their own hands, and, for one photograph, at least, they grabbed the cast of the show and classed them up. They put on a “lingerie party” organized by the owner of upscale boutique La Petite Coquette in the West Village. They styled the ladies, thrust Champagne glasses into their hands, and sent in Times style icon Alex Kuczynski to moderate it all for their Women’s Fashion Spring 2008 issue. Above, you’ll see the fruits of their labors, an image from their story coming out this Sunday in the paper (it’s not online yet). Don’t they look sophisticated? The T people are really geniuses. Nothing makes a person look classy like sticking them next to someone in her undies. T Magazine [NYT]