Edited by Kirby Marzec
After enduring 9 months of pregnancy, spending thousands of dollars on preparing a baby room and struggling to pick the perfect, not too bizarre, not too common, baby name, the last thing a parent wants is an ugly child. While some celebrity kids look like they’ve taken a shovel to the face (cough…Rumer Willis), here is a list of the top ten, model status, celebrity children. If not on the silver screen, these kids will most likely end up on a runway:
Edited by Andy Wass
In celebration of “seven decades of female risk takers, rule breakers and style makers” Glamour brings 12 American Icons back to life with some of today’s rising stars.
The tribute includes Lindsay Lohan as Madonna, Chanel Iman as Althea Gibson, and Emma Roberts as Audrey Hepburn (above).
GALLERY: Glamour‘s American Icons.
Edited by Rebecca Alexander
“I would love to be the killer in something or be crazy. One of the reasons why I love acting and why I think I always have is I’ve always been interested in psychology. When I was at USC, I started taking a few classes on it, and it’s just always kind of interested me about why people do things, and I think there are a lot of actors that that’s just why they started doing it — because they just want to find out why people do certain things. What interests me the most, and especially with serial killers and things like that — which is a little crazy, but whatever floats your boat — is that in their heads it’s logical, you know what I mean? When they’re killing people or whatever it is, there’s a reason in their minds that they rationalize it, and I just think it’s such an interesting thing and an amazing thing that as an actor, you get to be able to kind of go into that and figure why people do this.”
Twenty year old Rumer wants to be taken seriously as an actor by playing a serial killer, as she told MTV. Does anyone else see anything wrong with this statement? Not a detective, not a prostitute, but a serial killer?!? And all because of one class she took at USC…
“…as an actor, you get to be able to kind of go into that and figure why people do this.”
Actually, as an actor, you don’t get to figure this out, you get to pretend that you know what it’s like. If she really wanted to study the minds of serial killers, and figure out why they do what they do, then major in pathology! Otherwise, stop pretending to know what you are talking about!
Edited by Lauren Garroni
Yes you read correct, a moment OF STYLE with RUMER WILLIS! I never thought I would be writing this post. Here is Miss. Willis making an appearance at the David Letterman show. Yes, she’s is becoming someone with legit fame *SHUDDER*
Edited by Lauren Garroni
Welcome to a new feature on Style Indie called Anatomy of a Look.
This feature is reserved for those who rock a certain look, but fall several steps short of chic. I will dissect the look like it’s 9th grade science and then show how the outfit could work. Everyone has a style, however most times it just doesn’t work out.
For our inaugural edition we have Rumer Willis trying to rock the art-girl look.
The ‘art-girl’ look is hard to pull off because most people think you can just put what whatever you want together as an outfit and it’s artsy. Oh no! The truly chic ‘art girl’ knows it’s a delicate balance between quirkiness and polish. It’s so easy to look like Bjork’s twin when trying to rock this look.
Where to start? See the analysis, art-girl icons, and the look done right under the cut