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Top 5 Stories of the Week: Short Men & Sex, Runway Hair, Models' Shoes, NYFW Street Style & Stan Smith Upgrade

Every week we crunch the numbers to see which articles and videos captivated readers most. see more
Celebrity

Best Celebrity Instagrams of the Week: Adam Levine, Jared Leto, Miley Cyrus and 12 Others

Every week we dive into the pool of celebrity Instagram posts to see what our favorite actors, artists, writers, musicians, DJs, designers, and notorious selfie-takers are posting. Below are recent shots that captured our attention—because they're funny, telling, timely, or all of the above. see more
Celebrity

Behold: Chris Pratt's First Headshot

Chris Pratt is currently campaigning to be the world's coolest celebrity and his most recent tactical move was by far his best. The actor just tweeted his first headshot, which he says dates back to 2000. His piercing gaze, his beach-tousled locks, and his unbuttoned shirt all come together to forget an undeniably cheesy and regrettable image that, at one point, was used as his calling card. Pratt acknowledges the inherent tragedy in the photo, dubbing himself "Douchemaster McChest"—a phrase that almost makes the picture forgivable ... almost. However, by posting this, you, Chris Pratt, are today's winner of the see more
Sex + Relationships

5 Reasons Why Men Should Never Fake an Orgasm (Beyond the Obvious)

As I learned in the iconic "I'll have what she's having" scene in When Harry Met Sally. . ., women often faux-O—sometimes even in a diner. see more
Fashion

The Dress-It-Up, Dress-It-Down Suit You Can (And Should) Wear All Fall And Even Into Winter

Even the suit-averse can appreciate this flawless option from Gucci. The unlined jacket is made of a wool-and-cotton blend in a subtle herringbone that looks as good with a dress shirt and oxfords as it does with a T-shirt and classic white tennis shoes (like the Saint Laurent version seen here), while the soft shoulder means it has the comfort caliber of your favorite cardigan. The pants are just slim enough, and at the flex points—hips, knees, ankles—the fabric bends without breaking at awkward angles. In other words, it's a suit that molds to you. see more
Fashion

Watch: Jimmy Kimmel Calls Out Fashion Week Poseurs

Even talk show host Jimmy Kimmel couldn't resist getting in on the glamour of Fashion Week. For the latest edition of his ongoing series "Lie Witness News" wherein he quizzes clueless folks on make-believe events, he focused on the scene surrounding the biannual fashion shows in New York. You mean designers Chandler Bing and Betsey Ross ring a bell? They shouldn't, but these folks not only knew their names, they also loved their non-existent collections. Watch the cringeworthy interviews above. see more
Books

Sex, Drugs, and Hors d'Oeuvres: A Brief Survey of Batshit Crazy Chef Memoirs

Jesse Schenker was just 27 years old when he opened Recette in 2010, the small restaurant of his dreams in New York's West Village. A year later, he was a James Beard Rising Star semifinalist (the Gander followed in 2014). But what makes his rise in the chef world all the more impressive is his past—a dangerous, drug-fueled one that almost killed him. Now he has a much-hyped memoir coming out on September 30 (you can pre-order it on Amazon). Of course, he's not alone: Below we've rounded up the juiciest quotes from seven infamously irrepressible toques. We'll start with see more
Movies + TV

The Good Wife Effect: A Guide to Television's New Breed of Alpha Female

It's no secret that risk-averse television execs love to recycle proven concepts. This fall, it's all about power-relishing females, with the networks cross-pollinating the current crop of alpha heroines—Scandal's Olivia Pope (pictured left), The Good Wife's Alicia Florrick (pictured middle), Homeland's Carrie Mathison (pictured right)—in hopes of a breakout hit. Here's how to talk about the new breed of feminist procedurals without having to actually watch them. see more
Fashion

This Week in Fashion: Uniqlo is Bringing Back +J, You Can Now Shop on Twitter

The week's top stories in fashion. Lovers of minimalism, rejoice! On Oct. 10, Uniqlo is bringing back the best pieces from its +J collection, which was designed by the legendary Jil Sander. The revival includes 42 pieces (27 for men and 15 for the ladies) that range from button-down shirts to down jackets and wool sweaters. (Selectism) see more
Art

Meet David Kordansky, the Gallerist Who's Shaping the Los Angeles Art Scene

Sam Gilliam, From a Model to a Rainbow, 2011 Of all the gallerists who've helped turn Los Angeles into a white-hot art scene, none have proved as consistently prescient as David Kordansky. So it's only natural that the 37-year-old will cut the ribbon on his new 20,000-square-foot, Kulapat Yantrasast–designed Culver City space (below) with a show by an artist he helped put on the map: New York City–based Rashid Johnson, whose photographs, sculptures, and films challenge depictions of African-American icons—while fetching six-figure prices. Kordansky launched his first eponymous gallery in Chinatown in 2003, exhibiting fellow CalArts grads (like Israeli-American conceptual see more
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