Today's young stars have declared war on style, and unfortunately Hayden Panettiere's schizo stilettos weren't the only casualty of last night's Teen Choice Awards. We've got Bieber in man-makeup, Swift in yet another gossamer gown, and enough neon and sparkles to be seen from space. Click on for more can't-look-away train wrecks. You might want to wear your shades.
When you think Olympic-inspired fashions, you might think "national colors," "spandex," or "bedazzled leotard." Not so with Oasis's limited edition collection, London Love Letters, inspired by the home of this summer's Olympic games. The collection is full of vintage postcard prints, retro-style dresses, and a color palette that recalls London's muted fog-draped summer. In other words, I want it. I want it all. If you can't get to London for the games, wearing the Vintage Postcard Dress while you dine on tea and crumpets is a close second. Click on for the rest of the collection and let me know what you think. Cheerio, old chap!
Move over, Suri Cruise. Or rather, meet your future red carpet date. Skyler Berman, Rachel Zoe's stylish tot, is killing it on the fashion front lately, creating a personal style that's one part hipster, one part L.A.-cool, and one part chubby cheeks. Plus the boy knows how to rock a fedora. Sure he might just be a toddler, but we smell a fashion career for this one. Let's take a look some of his "beyond major" fashion choices. Ba-na-nas.
What's the likelihood that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are made for each other? How well-matched are Bachelorette Emily Maynard and her suitors? According to San Francisco dating site Soul2Match, it's written in their head shots. According to the site, compatibility is based on shared values, which can be detected in facial features. Drawing on the age-old observation that long-term couples tend to resemble each other and the studies that show we look for ourselves in potential mates, Soul2Match uses biometric software to analyze facial features and bone structure in order to predict soulmate-ness. While the technology doesn't take into account color (as in race and hair color aren't accounted for), the software scans the faces of the potential lovebirds for shared features, which the founders believe strongly correlate to shared personality traits and values. Hey, we've conjectured on Hollywood love based on much less evidence. According to the site, a compatibility score of at least 70 percent is deemed a great match. For context, Soul2Match found President Obama and Michelle have a score of 84 percent (No wonder—did you see their adorbs kiss-cam moment?!), while Kim K and Kris Humphries have a score at just 27 percent (Similar initials just doesn't cut it.). Let's hop aboard the Wild Assumption Express and take a look at the compatibility scores of some of Hollywood's hottest romances. Will Miley and Liam make it to the altar?! Has eternal bachelor George Clooney finally found the supermodel made for him?! Do RPatz and KStew share the same dull expression that will stand the test of time?! I can barely contain myself.
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There's a lot to say about love, but it seems the most enduring quotes always contain the most misguided wisdom. Here are eight love adages that sound way better than they actually are.
Sometimes we're curious about what men read. Sometimes that curiosity gets the better of us and we browse the male versions of "Cosmopolitan" and "Glamour." Sometimes we really wish we hadn't. Today is one of those days. There are plenty of legitimate reasons for men (and women) to choose not to get married—not the least of which is simply not wanting to. The 10 reasons AskMen gave in the wake of Seal and Heidi Klum's divorce announcement are not any of those. Let's deconstruct, shall we?