Jaden and Willow Smith Make No Sense, Are Possibly Geniuses

Every 7 Years Your Body Is Completely Replaced With Entirely New Cells So Just Because You Look The Same Doesn't Mean You Are.— Jaden Smith (@officialjaden) November 2, 2014 Today, the venerable New York Times ran an interview with brother-sister team Jaden and Willow Smith, offspring of the union of Will and Jada Smith. The interview proved that these two amazing creatures are far wiser, far more enlightened, and far stranger than we could have ever known, even after knowing that Jaden dressed up as Batman to attend Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding. see more
Weird News

Quiz: Is This an LSD Trip Gone Bad or a Music Video?

Officially speaking, below is the music video for Chinese performer Wang Rong Rollins' song "Chick Chick." Unofficially speaking, it's the most batshit-crazy thing we saw on the Internet today, and it feels like it's closer to the sweaty, feverish dream you have after eating bad seafood and reading Buzzfeed lists all day. Someone in the Details office called it aggressively joyous. We're just going to call it horrifying, bizarre, and completely fascinating. Watch it—we beg you to. see more

4 Reasons Sugar Should Be Part of Your Grooming Routine

After undergoing a spiffy, top-to-bottom $48 million renovation, the storied Frenchman's Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort—also the largest resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands—now holds bragging rights to even more ways to decompress and escape city stressors. While the world-class restaurants and unique recreational offerings (like night kayaking and paddle boarding) will ease even the most frazzled into a deep state of calm, it's the swanky Lazule Sea Spa that's really an oasis within a, well, oasis. see more

Watch: Bono, One Direction, More, Sing "Do They Know It's Christmas?"

Last night on X Factor, the latest version of the now-classic Christmas anthem of humanitarianism debuted featuring an all-star roster of performers. Coldplay's Chris Martin, Bono, the boys from One Direction, Ellie Goulding, Ed Sheeran, and Rita Ora were just a few of the boldface names who lent their voices to the update—the sales of which will be donated to helping fight the Ebola crisis in West Africa. You can learn more, and donate yourself, here. see more

Never Argue With Your Driver About What's on the Radio Again

Drunkenly asking your cab driver to switch from his recording of All Things Considered to something a little more . . . punched-up, let's say, can be an awkward conversation. But in Uber's new partnership with Spotify, that won't be a problem anymore. see more

Guys, Here's Proof That No One Cares What You're Wearing

Most men who wear suits with any regularity know not to wear the same one two days in a row. So what could justify one man's yearlong practice of wearing the same jacket and trousers every single day? see more

Everyone Wore White at Solange's Wedding, Even the Groom

This weekend Solange Knowles, she who is sister to Beyoncé, was married in what appears to be a crumbling manse in N'awlins because, you know, atmosphere. The bride, expectedly, wore a white—a caped dress by Kenzo designer Humberto Leon, that Gwyneth Paltrow will be taking credit for in 5 ... 4 ... 3 ... 2 ... In a break from tradition, everyone in the bridal party wore white, including the groom, Alan Ferguson, who wore Lanvin. We're just gonna assume that red wine was not being served during the reception. see more
Movies + TV

The Walking Dead, Season 5, Episode 6 Recap: Daryl and Carol, the Unlikely Duo

One of the earliest signs of The Walking Dead's weakness was that its most likable character was a hostile redneck. Of course, the first season's ensemble didn't lack for sympathetic faces: A pregnant woman, a battered wife, an upstanding police officer, a litter of helpless children. But these proved largely insufferable—a lot of petulant milquetoasts bickering and complaining. Only Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus), backwoods curmudgeon in a shabby leather vest, seemed worth rooting for. It was in the second season, I believe, that the show made an active effort to temper Daryl's nastier qualities, and to draw out his softer see more

Super-Soft Cashmere Sweaters That Will Last You All Winter

If Massimo Alba's cashmere sweaters seem basic at first glance, that's only because you're looking and not touching. Pick one up and throw it on—then you'll understand what preposterously soft actually means. "We created a special yarn that didn't exist before," says Alba of the secret house weave. The goal was to use single-ply threads (the lightest-weight you can get, which makes it ideal for producing a non-bulky sweater) to create, as Alba puts it, "something very informal, driven by the idea of a sweatshirt." The yarn is hand-dyed in a watercolor-based formula that's so eco-friendly, Alba says, "you can see more

This Week in Celebrity Instagrams: Shoes Made of Bacon, Shirtless Guys, and Lots of Cleavage

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
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