Billy Reid Shows Us the Meaning of Southern Hospitality

Karen Elson on stage performing during Reid's annual music-food-fashion festival known as Shindig. This weekend, Billy Reid's Shindig No. 7—an annual festival that the designer hosts in his hometown of Florence, Alabama—was a quartet of perfect ingredients: southern hospitality, outstanding music, town morale, and, perhaps most important, delicious food. Reid is a true southern gentleman and welcomes everyone to his home with open arms. The reason he decided to start this tradition was to show fans of the brand where it all began and the influence the city has had on the designer's work and vice-versa. This year, the event see more

President Obama Will Film an Episode of Running Wild With Bear Grylls in Alaska

President Obama's upcoming trip to Alaska is going to give us a whole lot more than a renamed mountain and a speech about climate change. While he's in the America's last frontier, the commander in chief will film an episode of Running Wild With Bear Grylls, the program in which the titular hot British dad and survival expert shows celebrities how to stay alive if, inexplicably, they get lost in the wild. (Everyone from Channing Tatum to Kate Winslet has been on the show in the two seasons it's been on the air; Michelle Rodriguez, it's worth noting, learned how see more

Tyson Beckford on Joining Chippendales (Again), His Workout Routine, and the Zoolander Sequel

Last week, male supermodel Tyson Beckford returned for a five-week stint as host of the Chippendales at the Rio in Las Vegas. After guest-starring in the male-revue group back in May, the model turned actor turned exotic dancer just couldn't resist coming back for more—more gyrating, more ladies, and, of course, lots and lots more Johnson & Johnson baby oil. Showing your abs and bare ass to an audience nightly seems pretty intimidating, but not to someone like Beckford, who has been flashing his chiseled body since the nineties, when he was the face of Ralph Lauren. With a career see more

The Trailer for Will Smith's Concussion Arrives to Tweak NFL Ahead of Opening Day

The subject of football players and head trauma may sound like the setup for a joke, but it's anything but a laughing matter. To prove it, the discovery of the brain-trauma condition CTE by Dr. Bennet Omalu is making it to the big screen this year, packaged as the drama-thriller Concussion starring Will Smith. The movie, which is set to hit theaters in December, is no work of fiction—it chronicles the doctor's real-life struggle to get his findings recognized by powerful football officials who would rather Omalu and his work disappear. It's no coincidence, then, that first official trailer see more

Kayne West Announces 2020 Presidential Run in 12-Minute VMA Speech

Does he have your vote America? @kanyewest accepts the Video Vanguard award http://t.co/pyg3SBh8gq— MTV (@MTV) August 31, 2015 Most people who win awards—even Oscars!—know that their acceptance-speech time is limited and carefully ticking away, so say thank you quickly and be on your way. Most people, however, aren't Kanye West. The 38-year-old musician need not follow such rules, proven by the mesmerizing 12-minute speech he gave while accepting his Video Vanguard Award at last night's MTV Music Awards. West is known for his extemporaneous musings, and this speech offered nothing less than a meditation on how the media creates rivalries see more

Leather Pants to Printed Suiting: The MTV VMA Statement Trends Ranked

Normally it's the ladies making the splashiest statements on the red carpet, but last night's VMAs proved a veritable hotbed for more experimental menswear trends. Distressed denim and loads of leather were two of the most prominent. And while some things should be left to the under-25 set—or in the case of Justin Bieber's hair, to Kate Gosselin—it wasn't all bad. Here are the top five looks, ranked from "try it maybe" to "definitely don't." 1. All-White All-white was white-hot at the New York Fashion Week: Men's shows this season, championed by Todd Snyder, Public School, and Ovadia & Sons. see more

Man Recreates Designer Celebrity Outfits Using Curtains and Garbage Bags

Who needs Balmain when you have Bargain Home? This is an important questioned posed by Instagram blogger Mina Gerges, who takes celebrity outfits from red carpets and magazines and gives them a derelicte twist using crap he finds lying around the house. While some of the projects are silly, others look more painstaking to create than the actual gowns they're inspired by. I mean, check out this CFDA Award-worthy custom eyeleted extravaganza by "Proenza Schouler": Stunning. Apparently Mina started the project as a hobby using his sister's hand-me-down makeup before discovering the potential of towels and plastic curtains. But see more

Daniel Craig Drinks Like Bond but Hates Sneaky Fan Pics

Daniel Craig is apparently no less elusive than James Bond himself. More things the actor has in common with fictional spies: a love of liquor and a strong aversion to randoms taking fan pics of him when he's just trying to have a goddamn drink. Craig gave only one cover and print interview to an American magazine this fall season, according to WWD, and that magazine was DuJour. Fellow Brit Martin McDonagh sat down with him to discuss everything from . . . well, actually, they just mainly talked about booze. And how they like it. A lot. Craig see more

Jared Leto's Hair Is Undergoing Its Next Metamorphosis

Jared Leto's hair has finally wrapped Suicide Squad, and is now beginning preparations for its next role. It might be for a movie, it might just be for general life. Only one thing is certain—it will now be shorter, and a lot less green. Goodbye...🿵🿀🿿🿃🰍🰿🿏🲚 A photo posted by JARED LETO (@jaredleto) on Aug 25, 2015 at 10:31am PDT If you've followed the timeline of Jared Leto's recent metamorphosis from Jesus to Karl Lagerfeld to the Joker, you'll know that change is not always met with positive reception. So while Leto is clearly being a total tease by refusing to see more

11 Male Celebs Who Are Proud Feminists

Feminism has taken over Hollywood. Female celebs are voicing out more than ever on their pay gap, no longer being f*ckable in Hollywood, and on sexism rampant in the industry. Perhaps one of the greatest pop-culture moments in our history was Beyoncé posting up in front of a neon "FEMINIST" sign at the MTV Movie Awards. It's not just the women proudly flying their feminist flag. Here are 11 of Hollywood's leading men who are proud to be feminists. Aziz Ansari Stand-up comedian Aziz Ansari told David Letterman it was his girlfriend who helped guide his views on feminism."I'm see more
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