The first celebrity chef, Marco Pierre White, was shot by the late photographer Bob Carlos Clarke inside his kitchen. Here’s a look at the wild, bad boy chef who once slashed open an employee’s uniform when they complained it was too hot.
The term “It Girl” has been used for nearly a century. But it’s damaging. Anne Helen Petersen writes:
““It girl” has come to mean some cross of a new, young, generally hot thing known for attending parties and movie premieres and a new, young, generally hot thing who makes her name in a sphere (politics, journalism, golf, rap) broadly delimited to men. It’s a seemingly safe way to declare someone as worthy of your attention without actually articulating what, exactly, merits that attention. These girls are it: no matter that the antecedent to “it” remains unknown.”
Broad City interviews Sleater-Kinney? Okay, we’re in. The wonderful women discuss the true nature of being a rock star, obliterating the sacred, and working a trio.
Collectors Weekly is here to dispel all of our notions of the rib-breaking, 13-inch-waisting wonder garment that is the corset. Corsets sort of sound like the 19th century version of Photoshop, though.
This fabulous ancient erotic art that’s been hiding in plain sight will laugh in the face of any millennials who think, “No, we’re the only generation who does that in bed.”
With every emerging technology is a huge anxiety that it will somehow chip away at our humanity. Hayley Krischer talks about the long-held tradition of being an absolute luddite.
These delightful South Korean women try out American snacks for the first time, prove that Twizzlers are decidedly made of rubber: