Last February it was reported that for the first time in American history, women were expected to dominate the country’s workforce.
This was of course due to the fact that 82 percent of the job losses at that point had befallen men in predominately male job sectors such as construction and manufacturing. Read More
BY Nicole Finkbiner
on May 12, 2010
Brace yourself vintage fashionistas...
This weekend, Re/Dress NYC will be selling hundreds of vintage dresses (sizes 6-26) from the 50s to the 80s.
And for only $20 freakin dollars!
It all starts with a vintage-themed fashion show on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. The sale begins immediately after and goes till 7 p.m Sunday.
Sophie Spinelle of Shameless Photography will also be there taking pinup and glamour portraits of any gal who wants to show off how awesome they look in their new dresses. Read More
Leave it to the talented cast of Glee to put a pop icon back at the top of the music charts (The Power of Madonna Soundtrack from their tribute episode was able to knock out Justin Bieber at No. 1 its debut week).
In an article today in The Guardian, author Wendy Shanker chronicles her obsession with the Material Girl and explains the profound influence she has had on her life.
Unlike most of us, Wendy has been fortunate enough to actually meet her idol--twice.
The first time was when she briefly served as Madonna’s talent liaison at the 1994 MTV Video Awards. Read More
Yesterday the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences announced the winners of the 2010 Webbys Awards, celebrating various Internet achievements.
Amy Poehler won “Best Actress” as host of her web series, Smart Girls at the Party.
“Using her series to reach smart and passionate young girls, Poehler’s show demonstrates that branded content can be creative, entertaining and even inspirational,” it states on WebbyAwards.com. Read More