Some were amazing (Scott Disick as Patrick Bateman, for instance). Some not-so-much (surprise surprise, Paris Hilton was a nondescript sexy Halloweener.) See for yourself and let us know which celeb you think stole the show.
Our gfs over at the insanely addictive pop-culture site Crushable, released their inaugural list of 25 women to watch under 25 today. From musicians to actresses to Olympians, each rising star on the list is totally girl-crush-worthy, but a few such as Emma Watson, Adele, and Tavi Gevinson stood out to us as women we already look up to. Even if, um, they're a little younger than us. Take a look at some of our favorites from Crushable's list and be ready to be inspired! Or in my case, extremely anxious as you realize you've officially missed the life-deadline to make one of these lists. Personally, I'm closer to making one titled "100 Pretty Successful Women Under 100."
A mystery of the dating universe is decoding what guys say versus what guys mean. We obsessively try to find meaning in their "What's up" and pass the phone to our friends asking "what could this text possibly mean?". The mystery may be over as one website seeks to help you decode those text messages.
Had a hard week? It probably doesn’t hold a candle to the heinous, grueling, disgusting, soul-sucking jobs we heard about in response to our craziest jobs giveaway. We asked readers to fill us in on the weirdest or worst things they’ve had to do for cash and the results are crazier than fiction. Take a look—and no matter what you do for work, you’ll probably be happy it’s at least not one of these jobs.
If the 2012 VMAs is any indication, Morticia Adams is having a moment. Celeb after celeb sweated down the LA red carpet wearing long, tight dresses, leather, and electrocuted hair. It was all very "Adams Family-chic." Some pulled it off, others failed, and a few went a different direction. (Thank you, Emma Watson and Rihanna). Let's begin the scrutinizing, shall we?
If you're struggling with your body image, you're not alone. To find out how to improve our body image and what causes negativity about our bodies in the first place, we turned to the experts.
I'm the world's biggest baby when it comes to heels—an Advil-popping, whimpering, limping-home-early-while-assessing-the-likelihood-of-contracting-hepatitis-if-I-walk-home-barefoot baby. So, as you can imagine, I've spent many hours of research and experimentation to find stylish heels that won't render me crippled. I should have a PhD in shoe shopping by now! To save you from having to experiment, too, here's what I've learned: It's all about picking the right shoe. Click on for the definitive guide for choosing heels that will make you feel like you're floating on air—not walking on hot coals.
We sat down with professional matchmaker Amy Laurent, whose expert love advice made us completely rethink the way we play the dating game. Hard-to-get is hottest, and taking it slow is smartest.