According to CNN, mantyhose sales are "booming." The website e-MANcipate aiming to "accelerate the acceptance of male pantyhose as a regular clothing item" offers testimonials from truck drivers who swear by mantyhose for those long cold drives as well as an detailed illustrated how-to guide with the following key considerations:
1. Number one - which number? (The size… Continue
The Goldie Hawn of our generation, romantic comedy champ Kate Hudson, looking as glamorous as ever in Elle magazine's February 2009 issue. Photographed by Carter Smith. Styled by Elle's creative director Joe Zee, of whom I've become a fan after watching CW's guilty pleasure reality series Stylista - the chubby, more insecure sister of… Continue
The undeniable Cate Blanchett, captured by the one, the only, Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair's February 2009 issue. An astonishing talent, Blanchett is in my opinion, one of the greatest cinema sirens ever. I'll pretty much watch anything she does. By the way, go see The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, you will be glad you did.
Cate is blessed with the distinguishable ability to… Continue
And so it begins again. Nip/Tuck returns to FX tonight.
If you haven't seen the series, you absolutely must give it a try, starting with the first season. One of the bravest, most innovative TV endeavors ever. Talk about taking chances and exposing the beautiful/ugliness of men (I watch for the awkward love… Continue
As our social network grows, we love to take moments like this one to thank all of our members for their love and support. It's been a wild ride these past seven months and we couldn't have gotten here without you.
We're excited to announce that My Modern Metropolis just received its first magazine article titled, "Worth a Click" in KoreAm Journal's December… Continue
If you ever wondered what your offspring might look like and you have the guts to find out, look no further than VW's microsite, BabyMaker3000.com. As part of VW's marketing of their minivan, the Routan, they've partnered up with a… Continue
A little while ago Alice wrote a post about LIFE's photo archive hosted by Google. It's such a privilege to be able to get a glimpse of what life looked like over 100 years ago. These photographers have captured priceless historical moments over the… Continue
We here at theMET may constantly be singing the praises of the W Hotel but we like to think we give equal love to all those boutique hotels that provide an amazing and unique experience. Though you may know the hotels Viceroy and Avalon, you may not know that they are managed under an umbrella company called the Kor Hotel Group. Kor also oversees The Tides in South… Continue
"Waterhouse" isn't over-the-top, but I l really like its intelligent design. The three-storey building includes numerous windows that provide views of the landscape, a greenery area, and sections of the interior are painted with bright colors that add warmth and character to the house.
Credit goes to Korean architect architectural firm, Mass Studies, who… Continue
Someone has been eating his Wheaties, I mean, Kellogg's Frosted Flakes.
Michael Phelps has inked a record $1 million (or $6.8 million RMB, in Chinese currency) endorsement deal with Mazda in China that will make him the highest-paid Western celebrity sponsor in the history of that country.
Michael Phelps will be showing himself off to promote the Mazda 6 automobile via appearances and television / print / outdoor ads. The… Continue
Added by PANDA JU on January 6, 2009 at 2:42am —
Is "read more" one of your New Year's Resolutions? It may be easy to do, with a little help from DailyLit - a site that emails you books in short, digestible installments - you guessed it - daily. You may also choose a non-daily schedule, as well as length and delivery time of the emails. Genius!
I wish I'd known about JPG Magazine sooner. The online photography magazine, whose content consists solely of submissions from readers - is close to joining the fallen in the Publishing dead pool.
The e-magazine and its parent company 8020 Media was founded on a seed investment from Cnet founder Halsey Minor. Although the publication failed because of a doomed, antiquated business model (based on selling print ads, ughyee) and a clunky format (downloadable PDFs,… Continue
YouTube has posted a year end review of the top 24 videos, measured by ratings, favorites and number of comments. None are surprises; some I am ashamed to admit I've watched more than once, thus contributing to the astronomical number of total viewership for master-pieces of dung like " Chocolate Rain" and "BoyGirl crying for Britney". But some are still good for re-watching - Obama Girl, anyone?
What better way to start (or end) the day than to pop a bubble? Clever poster size bubble calendar retails for $30 bucks + shipping which may seem like a hefty sum until you think about all that you'll be saving in therapy. Just think....what a perfect way to end that long day at the office than looking forward to popping that tasty bubble?…