Whether it is heading to the store in a bra and underwear set, or sporting barely-there slip dresses and dominatrix boots, Julia Fox is making herself impossible to copy.
This week, Christie’s sold Andy Warhol’s portrait of Marilyn Monroe, “Shot Sage Blue Marilyn,” for $195 million. The purchaser remains unknown—like many other big-spending buyers.
The leading contemporary art gallery alleges that they bought a fake Seurat for $2 million from a man falsely claiming to be the artist’s descendant.
Surveillance footage shows her on the morning she fled with murder suspect Casey White.
“American Men have still collectively failed to find the clitoris,” Banks wrote on Saturday. “This is an ancient social flaw.”
At the annual Luxury Meets Cannabis Conference, exhibitors and speakers wrestled with how to make weed as glamorous and sellable as possible. Things smelled kinda nice actually.
The Met Costume Institute’s new exhibition tapped Martin Scorsese and Chloé Zhao for assists, but missed the point: Americans are tacky.
The lead producer and other co-producers of “¡Americano!” have a history of donating to Republican candidates who have backed anti-immigration and anti-DACA policies.
Kim Kardashian wore Marilyn Monroe’s iconic “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” dress. One fashion historian said it could have easily been damaged, and its loan was “unethical.”