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We used super secret spy tools to slip Jennifer Aniston’s body inside a handful of famous designers’ wedding dresses. She didn’t realize it—but we took pictures. Behold!
(Editor: *cough* photoshop *cough cough*)
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler tells us the life cycle of his clothing & accessories: “When I found a good shirt, I wore it to death until it turned into a rag, and I hung it from the mike stand. Then I turned that into a scarf, and that scarf turned into something else. At first, it hurt so much to think that someone might feel that it wasn’t cool, but I went, F—k it. I didn’t care what people thought.”
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Their marriage lasted 24 months longer than Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries.
She’s “why everyone has bangs,” this tumblr is told. Now, how will Bang Nation react?
Today in New Tumblrs for Which We Have Very High Hopes: The Washington Post Style section, ladies and gentlemen.
Tagline: Snide, brilliant, snotty, brave. Awesome.
Why is the WaPo preferred style “Web site” instead of website? I find this highly irritating. I just checked and the New York Times does it too so I’m sure everyone else must but can we change this please? I think it looks sofa king wee todd head.
<CRANKY NWK COPY DESK> It’s a Web site because it’s a proper noun, part of the World Wide Web</CRANKY NWK COPY DESK>