Glamour’s Jessica Radloff visits the red carpet at Clive Davis Pre-Grammys party to talk about music’s biggest night. Watch to see Miley Cyrus, John Legend, Kelly Osbourne, Ashanti and more talk about fashion, dance moves, and of course, music.
Are you looking for something a little different from your wedding bouquet? In this episode of Maid At Home, Hannah Read-Baldrey shows you how to make a beautiful fabric one. Plus! You can keep it and admire for years after the big day.
When a Toronto couple discovered their micro pig was actually a young regular pig, they decided to keep her and, through social media, launched her into celebrity status. Recent years have seen a growing trend in owning genetically modified miniature animals such as the pygmy goat and micro pig. When a Toronto couple discovered their micro pig was actually a young regular pig, they decided to keep her and, through social media, launched her into celebrity status. Admitting they didn’t do their homework, Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter were told the 6-month-old micro pig they were buying would grow to at most 80 pounds. A vet visit confirmed she was only 6 weeks old and not a micro pig. Regardless of being misled and the amount of hard work required, the pig they named “Esther” was already family. Esther now weighs 300 pounds, and, after a little difficulty with house-training, seems to be enjoying her home that includes a one-third acre lot. Esther’s YouTube channel and Facebook page were created to share pictures and videos with friends and family. They ended up going viral and global with tens of thousands of likes.Jenkins and Walter say they want to use those social platforms to encourage people not to eat pork and beware of scams. One day, they hope to open a sanctuary for pigs without proper homes.
Watch Glamour's Theodore Leaf and YouTube makeup star Jessica Harlow transform aspiring actress Nicole in just 5 minutes. All you need to recreate her look is a curling iron, some accessories, and a bold lip.
Here are 10 surprising facts about peanut butter according to National Geographic. A wise man once said - if you haven't tasted peanut butter, you haven't lived life. And that man by the way..ahem..is yours truly.So without further adieu, here are 10 facts about peanut butter.Number 10 – Peanut butter comes from the ocean? Not exactly, but the compounds that make it spreadable called carrageenans are taken from seaweed. Number 9 – Even nature loves it. The Western Spadefoot toad smells like peanut butter…well its secretions do.Number 8 - Residents of the East Coast were found to prefer creamy while those on the West Coast have a taste for crunchy. Number 7 – Grand Saline in East Texas holds the world record for the largest peanut butter sandwich. It weighed 1,342 pounds, the same weight as an adult male polar bear. Number 6- PB and J sandwiches and lunchboxes are a perfect combination. The average American kid will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before their high school graduation.Number 5 – Peanut butter is big in the U.S. food business. Each year, Americans go through about $800 million worth. Number 4 – The FDA allows a certain amount of foreign matter in peanut butter in the form of insects. For every 3.5 ounces, about 30 insect fragments are allowed. Number 3 – Despite what the name implies, there is no actual butter in peanut butter. It just helps to drive the point home that its easily spreadable.Number 2 –Astronauts commonly eat peanut butter but without the bread for fear of crumbs getting into their expensive equipment. Number 1 – Arachibutyrophobia is a peanut butter related phobia. Many sufferers refuse to even eat a small bit of peanut butter in fear of it sticking to the roof of their mouth.
Participants in the first Vogue Google+ Hangout will include Accessories Editor Selby Drummond, and special guests CVFF alumni Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig of Marchesa, Todd Snyder, and Misha Nonoo. The Fashion Fund series airs on Ovation every Wednesday from January 22nd until February 26th at 10pm EST.
Nearly 40 percent of Americans made a New Year’s Resolution that they didn’t keep. In fact, nearly half of us have relapsed by now. SHAPE Magazine’s Bahar Takhtehchian gave us some advice to help us get back on track! Bahar says the trick to making any change is to start small and set realistic goals.
You've seen International Editor at Large Hamish Bowles teaching Lena Dunham how to do “the cover girl.” In this Vogue Original Short, Celia Rowlson-Hall, the choreographer behind the video, walks us through the model-inspired dance. Now, show us how you “Shalom it out,” work it like “Edie,” or do the “manic Linda” by posting your own video on YouTube, Instagram, or Twitter using #voguecoverdance.
Here are 10 reasons why you shouldn't keep a cat as a pet. Cats are cute, loveable and easy to care for….or are they? Here are ten reasons not to own a cat.Number 10: Their sandpaper tongues. If you’ve ever been licked by a cat, you know it is not an enjoyable experience. Their tongues are covered in what are called backward-facing barbs or papillae.Number 9: Cats are manipulative. A study published in the journal Current Biology determined that cats can manipulate humans into feeding them by combining an urgent cry or meowing sound with a purr. They have seemed to figure out that this meow mix of sound can coerce us into bowing to their needs. Number 8: Cat pee stinks big time! And if your cat decides to pee somewhere other than the litter box, it is incredibly hard to get rid of that smell.Number 7: Hairballs. Those nasty lumps of cat hair and vomit are no fun to clean up, but are much worse to step in.Number 6: Speaking of hairballs, bathing in your own spit is kinda gross and it seems like they are doing it all of the time. Veterinarian Dr. Cynthia McManis says, “cats spend up to 50 percent of their waking hours grooming” themselves.Number 5: The “butt in the face” move. According to experts, this booty presentation is a sign of attention and trust. Consider it a cat hug.Number 4: Random attacks on humans. You think you are safe walking down the hall and suddenly your cat strikes out of nowhere. Most of these episodes are not done out of hostility, but mainly because they are bored and are practicing their hunting techniques.Number 3: They come running like savages when you open any can, especially tuna. A cat’s sense of smell is fourteen times stronger than ours, so they can smell that tuna as soon as that can cracks open.Number 2: Cats bad behavior is all your fault - most of the time. If you don’t keep up on cleaning the litter box, kitty will let you know by defecating somewhere else, like your pile of clean clothes.Number 1: Don’t let their cuteness fool you – they are ferocious serial killers. All told, cats kill between 1.4 billion and 3.7 billion birds a year, and between 6.9 and 20.7 billion small wild mammals like chipmunks, rats, and mice.What you think - cat or no cat?
Rag & Bone’s Marcus Wainwright and David Neville introduce us to the ten finalists selected to be a part of the 2013 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund and show us what goes into into the designer selection process.