Health

How to Turn Your Next Ski Trip Into a Workout

There's no trip like a ski trip for packing in equal parts exercise, relaxation time and sightseeing. The way we see it, athletes require two things of their ideal ski destinations: Muscle-challenging ski runs and access to top-notch fitness facilities. Meg Austin, a ski expert who lives and works in Vail, Colorado, shares her favorite resorts for those who won't take double-black diamonds without NFL-level hotel gyms. see more
Style

On Earlobe Reductions and Other Really Odd Plastic Surgery Trends

When it comes to the old nip and tuck, we've come a long way from the basic facelift or even pumping the face with fillers. According to the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, plastic surgery is moving in some surprising—and downright odd—directions. Take for example the trend of earlobe reductions, which is exactly what it sounds like. This is part of a bigger trend the AAFPRS foresees wherein smaller surgeries—which, in addition to earlobe reductions that includes mole removal, upper lip lifts, or filling in hollowed spaces of the face—create a subtle yet sizable difference in one's see more
Fashion

Calvin Harris Is the New Face of Emporio Armani

This morning, we thank both Scotland and Italy for joining some of their finest exports in one fashion campaign. Emporio Armani announced on Wednesday that Grammy-winning singer and DJ Calvin Harris would be the face of the house's spring 2015 campaign. Which is great news for everyone who has a mutual love of European dance music and good clothing. see more
Celebrity

South Dakota's Latest Driving PSA Was All One Big Masturbation Joke

The Daily ShowGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Daily Show on Facebook Um, what exactly is going on in South Dakota? That's what Jon Stewart pondered in last night's Daily Show segment Chitty Chitty Wank Wank, which brilliantly broke down the state's racy (and now defunct) public safety campaign, Don't Jerk and Drive (hint: The slogan has nothing to do with what you think it has to do with). Don't miss the bit towards the end of this clip when righteously randy correspondent Aasif Mandvi takes matters into his own hands (practically). see more
Design

Real Estate Porn: Homes With Incredibly Spacious Closets

It takes a special (okay, huge) closet to handle your bulky (yet incredibly tasteful) winter wardrobe. Luckily, these shelf-happy rooms are up to the task. You wish you lived here. Location: Limestone estate in Brentwood, California Price: $18,000,000 Size: 12,720 square feet Key selling points: Every inch of this home is as flawless as it is luxurious, from the personal sauna to the master suite bathroom lounge with an in-mirror TV (yeah, seriously)—but this sleek, masculine closet is the clincher. Bespoke suits and cashmere sweaters not included. Listing: The Agency see more
Fashion

Naomi Campbell Refuses to Age or Wear Clothes in Her Latest Campaign

What tricky deal has Naomi Campbell made with the devil? We're merely asking because upon seeing her latest campaign, for the lingerie brand Agent Provocateur, it's impossible to believe that the model is 44 years old. Regardless, look upon Campbell and hypothesize on how she's defied the very laws of nature. Whatever you're doing, Ms. Campbell, keep on doing it—it's definitely working. see more
Tech

Beats by Dre Teams Up With the Godfather of Harajuku

For a couple of seasons now, Beats by Dre has been collaborating with of-the-moment artists (including Tristan Eatom and graffiti kingpin Futura) to produce one-off, art-world takes on their cult-favorite products. Now, the brand has teamed up with Japanese musician and fashion designer Hiroshi Fujiwara—who some call the godfather of Harajuku—on a super sleek iteration of the Pill speaker and Solo2 headphones, which both retail for $200. Fujiwara's version is a hyper-minimalist, refined glossy silver and matte white set, with classic navy details that we definitely wouldn't mind finding under the tree. see more
Food + Drinks

The Humble Potpie Gets a Decadent Makeover

Once a lowly frozen convenience food, potpie is showing up in restaurants across the country—and with fillings that transcend chicken (think pheasant, oxtail, and pork). Robbie Arnold-Starr of Belcampo in Los Angeles says, "There's a bit of serenity making a stew and then rolling out the dough for it—it's almost like meditation." Mindfulness aside, these golden, puffed stunners are on menus mostly because "people want to have that emotional experience that comfort food can bring," says Daniel Humm of the NoMad Bar in New York City. And what's not to get emotional about when you're forking through a hot, buttery see more
Celebrity

Santa Claus Ditches the Red Suit, Upgrades to Designer Outfits

Tradition is grand and all, but let's be honest, Santa and his signature red suit with white trim were in dire need of freshening up. Thanks to the self-described "creative business" Joint London (via Racked), the jolly big guy got just that. In the illustrations at Designer X Santa, Saint Nick switched up his style by donning some outfits by some of 2014's buzziest designers, including Hood by Air, Marni, Alexander Wang, Raf Simons, and Rick Owens. Santa Claus wearing Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane Santa Claus wearing Marni Santa Claus wearing Alexander Wang Santa Claus wearing Rick Owens Santa see more
Art

Remembering the Work of Legendary Photographer Phil Stern

We lost one of the greats this weekend. Phil Stern, a photographer who documented everything from World War II to Hollywood's red carpets, died in Los Angeles at age 95 on Saturday. see more
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