The Kim K-Hole: Adventures in Kim Kardashian’s Hollywood - Kill Your Darlings


I haven’t slept in months. Not since Kim Kardashian told me to hire Simon and Maria. I know they mean well, but their total commitment to making me the biggest star in Hollywood (after Kim, obvi) means that I have no time to think or read or sleep. Definitely no time to sleep. Not when there’s a magazine cover shoot in New York and a billboard advertisement shoot in Punta Mita, Mexico, and a Bollywood movie cameo shoot in New Delhi and a new club opening in London and a mall appearance in Dubai and a runway show in Paris. I’ve bought condos and apartments all over the world, each one filled with expensive, default furnishings and a shiny new car in the garage, but do you think I’ve had a chance to sit in my recliner? When would I have the time to swim in my pool? The only purchase that I’ve actually been able to put to use is my private jet. My husband, A-list model Cooper Davis, occasionally suggests we host parties on the jet, but who has the time? And who would I invite? I have spent so many hours – and so much of my money – taking Cooper on dates all over the world, doing as my publicist Maria says and making sure our pictures appear in the right magazines at the right time, and now all he wants to do is bring his friends along to fly on my jet. If I don’t take him out often enough he calls me and demands a divorce unless I pay for ANOTHER meal at Chateau Nuit. This is all Kim Kardashian’s fault.

This One's For the Fans: One Direction and the Illusion of Access - Pitchfork


Over the weekend, the exclusive first interview with One Direction following the departure of founding member Zayn Malik was published in UK tabloid The Sun. The now-quartet— comprising Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne—briefly discussed their sadness since learning of Malik's decision to leave, before returning to the subject that's been at the forefront of nearly every one of their interviews, awards acceptance speeches and tweets since they formed five years ago: the fans.

Roadtrippin’: The Perfect Melbourne Getaway - AWOL

From the vast outback to our beautiful coastlines, Australia offers some of the greatest drives in the world. We’ve partnered with Avis to bring you a series of tales from the road. We’ve already spent a weekend at Sydney’s hidden bush hostel and the Sunshine Coast, now BRODIE LANCASTER and SINEAD STUBBINS explore how far you can stretch a weekend in regional Victoria.

Saturday morning
8:30am: Before setting out on our drive to Turpins Falls, we stop off at Grigions and Orr Corner Store in North Melbourne. You can’t start a road trip on an empty stomach, right? No, you cannot! We fill up on gourmet toasties, coffees and a couple of milkshakes and then embark on the long drive. Our stomachs are full, Drake is on the radio, Brodie has printed out the Google Maps directions and already picked up our shiny new Toyota from Avis – it’s a great start!



Behind the Boy Band: Q&A with Caroline Watson, One Direction's Stylist - The Muse



Since forming on the UK X Factor five years ago, the members of One Direction have morphed from nervous kids in baggy jeans, unlaced gym boots and confused neckwear into self-assured, stylish rockstars with one Chelsea boot-clad foot firmly planted in the fashion world and thousands of people tracking every style move they make.