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f42765ea3f9c531f77daa6ec855c71bb.jpegSnoop Lion's new interview in Vice is so so so amazing. We especially like this little tidbit: "Even when I'm getting getting my nails done, that's real player ... The average guy can't see himself getting a French-tip manicure, but I'm not the average guy ... It's about being spooned and groomed, dipped and whipped, suited and booted, gooted and looted, scuttered and buttered." Snoop, pleeeease be our friend.


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Meanwhile we're feeling extremely 'meh' about Lena Dunham's Rolling Stone cover. You can all do better. [via Dlisted via ICYDK]


Screen-Shot-2013-02-13-at-8.59.00-AM.pngThe Anti-Defamation League is on John Galliano's side in the debate over whether his outfit to the Oscar de la Renta show was mocking of Hasidic Jews. President Abe Foxman released this statement: "Anyone familiar with the dress of traditional Orthodox Jews should not mistake what Galliano is wearing in the photograph as 'Hasidic garb.' Hasidim do not wear fedora hats, pinstripe pants, blue jackets or an ascot tie." We've spent a lot of time in South Williamsburg and have to agree, Hasidim don't wear any of those things. [via Fashionista]


joanna-coles-da-best.jpegJoanna Coles -- the new Editor in Chief of Cosmo -- told The Cut that a) Internet porn has been bad for women and young couples, b) she wants Cosmo to stop focusing on how to pleasure men, and c) "women love gay men, and of course we want them in our lives, but they don't have to be the be all and end all for sex advice." She sounds like our kind of woman.


161240812.jpegAlexander Wang's debut at Balenciaga is going to be in a very intimate, "salon-style format," and include a "smaller-than-usual" (according to Lynn Jaeger, around 75-person) audience. [via Fashionista]




A concerned citizen in the UK sued because this sexy Chanel ad (starring Keira Knightley) aired during a showing of Ice Age 2, and now it's being restricted during programs for children. We would give it a 4/10 on the sexy meter, but either way it's really weird that it was scheduled to play during a children's movie. [via The Cut]

Screen shot 2013-02-14 at 12.00.23 PM.pngWe really want this Raf Simons eye sweater. Oh well. [via High Snobette]




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