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Blast From the Past: Remembering 10 Favorite Films From 1995

The year of 1995 featured many, many films that I still love today, including Amy Heckerling’s Clueless, Disney’s Toy Story, Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise, Noah Baumbach’s Kicking and Screaming, Gregg Araki’s The Doom Generation, Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s City of Lost Children, and many more. However, personally, those don’t fall under my top ten for the year. So here’s [...]

November 20, 2014 0
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Hanro Turns 130, Still Looks Good

Hanro, the Swiss lingerie and loungewear go-to is celebrating its 130th anniversary. In honor of the occasion, the brand’s flagship store in the meatpacking district is hosting a retrospective exhibit titled, “130 Years of Dressing the World’s Most Seductive Women.” A number of artists (Izak Zenous, Esther Bayer, Petra Dufkova, Marc-Antoine Coulon, and Miles McMillan) have [...]

November 20, 2014 0
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NBC Drops Bill Cosby Comedy After Recent Sexual Assault Allegations

Photo courtesy of Benjamin Lozovsky/BFAnyc.com Yes, as we all hoped, it appears that NBC is planning to drop their Billy Cosby sitcom. And as of yesterday, Netflix has made the decision to put their scheduled Cosby comedy special on indefinite hold as well. In the past few weeks, more and more women have been coming forward with rape allegations against [...]

November 20, 2014 0
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Your New Perfume Is Written in the Stars

Choose your sign? Not really an option, but thanks to Strange Invisible Perfumes, mixing and matching your zodiac scent is both possible and encouraged. “We all have more than one sign layered within our personality much like the layers of a perfume composition,” explains Alexandra Balahoutis, founder of the Venice Beach-based perfume house. It’s why [...]

November 20, 2014 0
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You Can Replace Her Spot on ‘Fashion Police’, But You Can’t Replace Joan Rivers

Photo courtesy of Neil Rasmus/BFAnyc.com Back in September, we suddenly and tragically lost one of Hollywood’s most talented, beloved, and hardworking personalities, Joan Rivers. The iconic comedian, writer, actor, and television host was a great loss and her presence will always be sorely missed. And as it was announced that E!’s Fashion Police would continue [...]

November 20, 2014 0
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Chic Proenza Schouler Pieces We Want On Our Ears

Courtesy images Given the jarring temperature drops we’re currently experiencing, there’s nothing more enticing than the idea of keeping our ears warm in the wind and looking stylish while doing so. What perfect timing, then, for Proenza Schouler to hook up with Master Dynamic for an interestingly designed and beautiful collaboration set of premium headphones. [...]

November 20, 2014 0
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Guest DJ: Jude Angelini aka Rude Jude Shares His Eclectic Playlist of Favorite Tunes

Jude Angelini, perhaps best known as Rude Jude of The All Out Show on Sirius Satellite’s Shade 45, explored a new medium by sharing tales of sex, drugs, and all sorts of crazy in his self-published book Hyena (which you can check out HERE). Despite his being a radio personality, Angelini is also featured on his [...]

November 19, 2014 0
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13 Most Amazing Things Willow and Jaden Smith Said in Their Interview with T Magazine

Photo: Aleks Kocev/BFAnyc.com Celebrity offspring are a matter to be dealt with with a little grain of salt. Take away the press conferences and capitalization on the fame that was already brewed, they are just normal kids. Normal kids that essentially have the strings and means to dabble in making an album in the snap [...]

November 19, 2014 0
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Lana Del Rey to Sing Two Songs for Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’

Photo courtesy of Benjamin Lozovsky/BFAnyc.com Lana Del Rey: the queen, the goddess, the voice. After totally being snubbed for her beautifully tragic “Young and Beautiful,” featured on Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby soundtrack, she might just have a new chance to win an Oscar with Tim Burton’s Big Eyes. Alongside his recurring Danny Elfman orchestration, it’s been [...]

November 19, 2014 0
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Why Tease and Not Serve? 5 Ways Last Night’s ‘Gotham’ Could Have Been Better

OSWALD DIDN’T UNCOVER MUCH AT FALCONE HOUSE. The setup for Oswald aka Penguin’s snooping in the Falcone house had promise, especially when we see framed pictures of Mooney’s femme fatale Liza alongside Falcone, but nothing really happened. Oswald enters the Falcone territory, finds Liza’s dress, huffs a worn dress of Liza’s, and prances around like [...]

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