WASHINGTON — While the Vietnam War was raging, the U. military was coaching aspiring officers on "How to Succeed with Brunettes." Imagine a Pentagon version of "Mad Men" without the sex. It's part of a stash of 2,700 films and videos received from the Pentagon's Defense Visual Information Center and opens an entertaining, at times intentionally tongue-in-cheek, look at America in the mid-1960s.
Navy training film produced in 1966 on proper etiquette in dealing with brunettes.
But something about the silhouette reminds me either of Cruella De Vil (sans furs) or Jessica Rabbit.
Tennis player/fashionista Maria Sharapova interviewed herself about the holiday season in a Q&A posted on the Daily Front Row.
A check-in with folks such as Mark Badgley, James Mischka, Alber Elbaz, Tory Burch and John Paul Gaultier — among others — seems rife with words such as "caviar," "Palm Beach" and foie gras.
[WWD] LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has upped its stake in Hermès, and now owns 22.3% of the luxury label's international capital.
[NY Post] Lady Gaga looks either kind of sinister or like she could be wearing clothes made of trashbags as she arrives in Tokyo on Tuesday to perform on a Japanese TV show.Music's latest odd couple might be a head-scratcher to the average music fan, but Lana Del Rey aficionados know that the 25-year-old singer has been an avid fan of Axl Rose for years.The "Video Games" singer and Rose, 50, were spotted leaving the Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood together Friday, feuling speculation that the two are more than musical colleagues. Prior to making it big with her controversial stint on "Saturday Night Live," the singer even recorded a song "Axl Rose Husband," in which she exhalted Rose.Hollywood’s latest romance is staying low-key for now.Jennifer Lawrence and “Black Swan” director Darren Aronofsky are “hanging out and are casually dating,” a source close to the actress told People.