Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Random Photos Part Two

Selena Gomez brought out the high waist pants yesterday. This is never a good look.

Susan Sarandon at the premiere of Tammy last night.
Her daughter Eva Amurri was there with her husband.
Melissa McCarthy flanked by her husband Ben Falcone and Will Ferrell.
A Thora Birch sighting.
Swoosie Kurtz must be 120, but she looks good.
Sharon Stone seems happy the past few days. Must be the new boy toy.
Taylor Swift went for the wet look yesterday.
Vera Wang celebrated her 65th birthday with a bunch of people not 65.

55 comments:

Ray Nicolet said...

Go head Vera!

Violet said...

I'll have you know Enty, high waisted trousers (pants) are THE RAGE amongst 13 year old girls in my little part of the world (we are significantly behind the times fashion wise mind)

jack ducky said...

Selena, you're camel toe is showing.
Melissa you're incredible and I love you.
Taylor you look gorgeous as always.

jack ducky said...

*your

Kristin (Wiglet) said...

Holy.shit.selena. That the worst case of hat hair I've ever seen.

sandybrook said...

Vera doesn't look 65 either.
Sharon does.
Swoosie might be 65 but she has had work done.
cant remember seeing Thorax at all this decade.

sandybrook said...

Haha spelchek try this Thora

chitownchica said...

Where are Thora's eyebrows???

fancyscreenname said...

Taylors willowy blonde thing is starting to grow on me. luv those heels.

gotta luv sharon.

Thora, sweetie...

gotta see tammy. luv melissas haircut.

Mr. Amurri is a snappy dresser im kinda pissed at eva for ruining his THING there.

i like the idea of a high waisted pant but with shapelier hips, better heels and less camel toe. well..maybe not THAT MUCH high waist

Jessica Larson said...

Stop dressing up white models in American Indian headdresses!!!! Would Vera dress up those models like geishas? No, she wouldn't.

Renoblondee said...

Melissa's hair looks good there.

La Minette Grincheuse said...

Someone should have had the guts to tell Selena that high-waisted too-tight jeggings lead to camel toe.

The More You Know....

Danielle Williams said...

WTF Selena?!! Camel Toe anyone?
Also, did Susan Saradon get some work done to her face, she looks different

Jason Blue Eyes said...

Eveybody's talkin' 'bout Selena's tight pants. Yeah, her tight pants. She got her tight pants on.

Mark Kaepplein said...

I miss the 70's. high waists, cameltoes, braless. Bless Eva Amurri (Californication), Evan Rachael Wood (Mildred Pierce), and others going naked prior to pregnancies!

Sarah said...

Taylor is still trying to be Karlie

Tina Mallette said...

Yes I am surprised that there hasn't been a outcry, protest and call for a boycott yet....

Tina Mallette said...

High waisted pants were the rage when I was very very young, I see they are making a comeback, it makes sense, the plumber crack look couldn't go much lower though Bieber tried

Amartel said...

Vera Wang can dress her models up as any culture she wants. Your approval is not required. All culture is series of appropriations, big and small, significant and otherwise, from cultures that have come before.
It's not an insult. The assumption that dressing up as an American Indian is demeaning to American Indians is, however, insulting. To everyone. Stop.

Eros said...

Agreed Ents. High waisted pants with cameltoe - deux faux pas... Not diggin the floppy hat on Selena either..

8=====D aka Lil Tool. KermitGosnellKnobJockey said...

If that Vera Wang is offensive to America Natives, I guess Tinie Tempah video "Lover not a fighter" is more offensive to Spaniards, celebrating Saint Patrick getting shitfaced is offensive to Potatoes and Catholics in general, doing the same on "cinco de mayo" is offensive to Mexicans (and all South Americans, because you yanks cannot tell them, or even European Spaniards and Italians apart).

Whining dumbasses.

FS said...

Selena and Susan Sarandon both suffering from ill fitting clothes, and Susan needs a bra.

Does "high waisted" refer to actual high waist or what used to be normal, right under the belly button waist? I still wear those, I NEVER got into the low waist fad, I thought it looked horrible on just about every woman I ever saw wearing it. It really looked bad on me, and my waist actually curves inward.

Suzyanne Guzicki said...

It's camel toe day on CDAN. Enough, my eyes are burning.

MM said...

Vera Wang is Chinese, not Japanese, so the geisha comment is invalid. And she has done her take on the cheongsam, so yes, yes she would.

Vera Christina said...

I love Swoosie Kurtz. Love. Her.

Now I want to watch Slap Shot.

Shelly Shell said...

I am Dakota. I actually grew up on a reservation & I find it incredible offensive.

I suggest you read this:

http://www.xojane.com/issues/as-a-dakota-i-am-shocked-that-any-american-handed-a-headress-would-wear-it

And no, the geisha comment is NOT invalid.

I suggest you take a course on American History.

Snootches said...

Didn't notice the hat hair because I was too busy getting kicked in the face by that denim camel toe!!

Ri said...

Daaaaannnnnggggggg... Vera is 65?!?!?! Asian don't crack either :)

Snootches said...

Camel Toe is the new nip slip/vag flash.

Jessica Larson said...

Vera wouldn't dress the models as geishas because to her that would be offensive is the point. So, yes in this case it is valid.

Thank you for that article link. Very well written.

American Indians would not go out them selves wearing the head dresses that they earned every feather of as a fashion statement.

crila16 said...

What's wrong with Indian headresses and dressing in old American Indian attire on Americans? I don't find it offensive at all. My grandmother was full blooded American Indian and I have family who live on the Maine reservations. I do not find any of that offensive, not even a little bit. I'm confused by how it's offensive actually. It's quite an attractive style. I personally love it. If she dressed someone as a geisha, that's also a beautiful style. It was considered beautiful not so long ago. There is absolutely nothing wrong with it.

Now dressing up as a black face is completely different. That's making fun of human beings, not a dressing style. That is completely offensive.

Sunny said...

@jbe
There's a Will Farrell/Fallon tight pants too. Love those!

Jessica Larson said...

LOL, you just used an argument from the article in the link. "But, I'm part Native". Which really just so how little you understand of Native American History & why it's offensive.

Jessie said...

High waist came back about 8 years ago as an aggressive counter strike against hipster jeans.

msgirl said...

So there are 2 conflicting points, I'd love to know if you mind being called Indians. Isn't it considered kind of a joke that points to the stupidity of the invaders?

msgirl said...

Oh and love Swoosie! "humberdink! Humperdinck! "

Alexa Rose said...

Selena's pants are terrible. I would never have recognized Thora Birch.

Shelly Shell said...

Use either American Indian or Native American. Don't use Indian, you may hear a group of American Indians/Native Americans use it, but it doesn't mean it's OK.

Topper Madison said...

The only people I've ever heard use the term "Indian" in the past 20 years was an Anishanabe when he was joking about his singing language. "I'm singing Indian."

Using Native head dresses as fashion is incredibly offensive. Don't believe me? Put one on and drop by a reservation in South Dakota. You'll get educated real fast.

PotPourri said...

Swoosie is 69!

Beardy weirdy said...

A wonderful lady of Native American ancestry (incl relatives living on a reservation) explained that she found people dressing up in the 'costumes', the term 'redskins' and being called 'American/Indians' offensive.

Not all will be offended but enough will be. Surely the safest way, if you're not Native American yourself, is don't use these terms & don't treat their heritage as inspiration for fancy dress.

Malibu Borebee said...

Fashion uses many cultural references. If they're meant to show the styles of dress as beautiful, inspirational and influential, I don't find it offensive.

Is fashion based on flamenco's ruffled skirts offensive? How about African tribal prints? Lederhosen? Hawaiian shirts? Nehru collars? Keffiyeh? Is it ALL offensive? Should everybody just wear baggy gray Mao suits or would that be offensive to the Chinese?

If it's done to demean or humiliate, of course it's offensive. Otherwise, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery so lighten up.

StuffandNonsense said...

Ouch - Selena's pants make my vag ache.

LMAO..almost spat my coffee out at the Swoosie Kurtz comment..lol

I don't know what virgin's blood Susan Sarandon and Sharon Stone are drinking to look that good, but I'd like their names and phone numbers.

StuffandNonsense said...

Fashion, like music is derivative. And people need to accept that. However there are exceptions, when that culture find it offensive, it is. But that seems to me to happen in extreme cases. I see a lot of at the moment regarding Iggy Azalea etc where she's seen to be appropriating and ENTIRE culture.

It seems to me that the tone is very important. The way that culture is used.

Nipple said...

I scrolled up fast when i read camel toe. Bahahaha!

Look at meeeeeeeeee said...

Ok. Scrolling down and I seriously thought Sharon stone was one I the fanning girls. Go look.

MM said...

I'm only trying to point out that bringing up Japanese geishas in reference to a Chinese woman is invalid. Cultural sensitivity, if that's what you're trying to stress, should apply to all, not just to one.

redronnie said...

Let's end this debate on cultural appropriation, it is exhausting defending my traditions and culture, if you agree its a fashion statement wear one and walk into a rez, be brave, be bold, be fashion forward, I am a Kookum and dam I'd pay to see that happen.

Min Pin Girl said...

Selena needs a Cuchini to hide that camel toe - as seen on World's Dumbest.

Susan S. and Eva look gorgeous - those women got good genes!

Swoozie's wrinkle front dress makes me think those are wrinkles under the dress (I wouldn't wear it). That raggedy hair/wig isn't helping out either. I loved her as the crazy church mom in Bubble Boy.

Melissa looks great with bangs. She reminds me of Ann Wilson of Heart

WUWT? said...

My family has wide hips and average waists coded into our DNA. My mom always consoled us that we'd be thankful when it came time for us to have children, but I skipped that part of life so my "birthing hips" serve no purpose but to annoy me. The low waist pants make me look huge because they accentuate the hip. I prefer pants that land at the real waist, and I keep trying to resist the change in fashion. I'd rather look dowdy than enormous.

Henriette said...

Swoozie Kurtz (named after a famous WWII plain) is the same age as my mother and will be 70 in September, as will Michael Douglas. Stockard Channing and Diana Ross. And I know all this because my mother points out all the celebs her age.

crila16 said...

@Jessica Larson...I'm sorry. But I think you're just looking at an excuse to be offended. I'm still waiting for your argument as to why you're offended. Like I said, I'm part Indian, and I don't find it even remotely offensive. It's just an excuse on your part.

Carissa said...

Test

TeacherTeacher said...

I had boyish hips and no butt (pre 2nd baby) and I loved low-waisted jeans. I'm top heavy (thanks Mom) and wearing low rise jeans evened out my figure. Unfortunately, I have too much muffin top now.

caydian said...

What does that mean?