While the rest of us were basking in Spring trends, Gap’s creative team was hard at work in its LA design studio creating a must-have Fall collection for the iconic 1969 line. The studio in the City of Angels is the place where all of Gap’s denim comes from. With a team of designers dedicated just to making Gap’s 1969 collection, the design ethic is all about inventive, American style with a denim attitude. In fact, the LA studio and its talent harness the kind care, skill, and craftsmanship that would rival any high-end couture fashion house. But Gap’s Fall collection gives you the premium denim cuts and styles that you’re lusting after at prices that give you some room to accessorize!
Watch the video below, and check out Gap's Facebook page to find out where you can get your hands on these works of genius and learn more about the must haves from the 1969 collection.
Through the lights, sounds, and smells of the season, knittress and artist Diva Zappa creates imperfect perfections by painting with her yarn. Interpreting the way she feels from the breeze and what she sees in the wind, her work is a celebration of her life. Fall back into Fall with Diva as she trusts her instincts and finds inspiration in the good and the bad of every day.
As the days become cooler and the nights longer, we are reminded that Fall is just around the corner. With the season comes bursts of color, crispness, and freshness, all from which plein air artist Yarrow Earth Hock pulls his inspiration. Devoted father and passionate painter, Yarrow’s imagination and creativity will pull you in and encourage you to fall back into Fall.
On The Late Show with David Letterman last night, Lady Gaga confirmed and denied several rumors that Letterman had heard about her -- like spending $11,000 at a single lingerie store last year. The questions kept on coming and the only way Gaga could stop them was to eat the piece of paper that Letterman had his notes on.
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez share a congratulatory kiss after Justin is named Top New Artist at the Billboard Music Awards.
It all started with "D*ck in the Box." Then, there was "Motherlover." This past weekend, Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg assumed their '90s boy-band alter egos for a third time to bring us "3-Way," and the subject matter is exactly what you think it is. The latest SNL digital short picks up right where "Motherlover" left off (complete with Patricia Clarkson and Susan Sarandon as the moms), before heading into a new musical adventure. Watch as the guys take the next step in their relationship (it's OK because there's a honey between them, obviously). It's admittedly my least favorite of the three videos, but there's no denying that adding Lady Gaga to the mix is pretty epic.
Miranda Kerr fills us in on how she got her postbaby body: yoga, yoga, yoga! Between being a mom and a model, she still manages to find time to indulge every now and then. Find out how Miranda balances healthy eating with being a new mom.
Gwyneth Paltrow discussed her eclectic taste in music on the Grahama Norton Show, including an affinity for hip hop. Graham then put Gwyneth on the spot, asking if she knew the lyrics to N.W.A.'s "Straight Outta Compton." Gwyneth didn't disappoint, not only reciting the lyrics, but dropping a beat and rapping for Graham's audience, too.
Kate Hudson I'm a Huge Fan: Kate Talks Ryder's Acting Future, Goldie's Best Advice, and Salt-N-Pepa Dance Moves!
Our I'm a Huge Fan Kate Hudson winner has taken on the striptease workout like Kate, learned her love expert lessons, and had the hot makeover, so all that stands between Kyla and her favorite celebrity is a quiz from Something Borrowed author Emily Giffin! After acing the quiz, it's Kate Hudson time! The actress is glowing and gorgeous in her second pregnancy, talking about her acting family — including Ryder's tendency toward the craft and mom Goldie Hawn's best advice — what's fun about being a girl, her California style, and her own memories of pulling out the Salt-n-Pepa dance movies her character performs in the movie. Enjoy the I'm a Huge Fan finale and Something Borrowed, which is out this weekend.
Glee's Chris Colfer admits on Lopez Tonight that he has an obsession with Oprah Winfrey, even going so far as to develop the concept for an Oprah musical, which he describes as "a cross between The Lion King and Evita." Chris goes on to discuss meeting Oprah and how she has more security than the White House.
Over the past eight weeks, our everyday girl, Rachel, has put her New Balance gear to work, shedding those pounds and building those muscles thanks to hard work, dedication, and, of course, Holly Perkins's guidance and support.
So will her final weigh-in reflect an accomplished goal? We'd say her bikini-clad entrance for her final touch-base and weigh-in is a pretty good indication that she's happy with the results!
Tune in below to see the outcome and to hear what tips Holly has for her to maintain the momentum. Great work Rachel, we're all so proud of you, keep it up!
Now that Rachel is in the throes of her fitness plan with New Balance and celebrity trainer Holly Perkins, it's time to find out how her journey is coming along.
Thanks to her candid video diaries and truthfulness about the bumps experienced along the way, Holly will advise Rachel on whatever changes need to be made and what the important next steps are to achieve her ultimate goal.
But first, the dreaded weigh-in! How'd she do? Check out the video below to find out!
Conan found out that on the set of The Office, John Krasinski entertains the cast and crew by walking around like a marionette puppet. It's become such a popular act on set that they now demand it of him and give him jobs to portray as the marionette. Conan insisted that John do the walk for his audience when he was a guest on the show last night.
The series premiere of The Voice got off to a hot start Tuesday night, when the four coaches -- Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, and Cee Lo Green -- performed the Gnarls Barkley song "Crazy."
It's Reese Witherspoon interview time for I'm a Huge Fan! Our lucky winner LauraJane has trained with Tai the Elephant and taken trapeze school like Reese and now she gets to meet her favorite star. LauraJane stopped by Fred Segal Beauty and Bloomingdales to get picture perfect for the big moment meeting Reese. LauraJane and Reese talk life lessons, love risks, and Robert Pattinson's "scaredy cat" moment with the zebras on set. The movie is out today so check out Buzz's Water For Elephants review and watch the awesome I'm a Huge Fan finale now!