In which we wonder why Azealia Banks bothered to wear any clothing at all, weigh the benefits of sleeping in a corset for three years, and discuss George Clooney inspiring men to get plastic surgery…in their pants.
What did the surgeon say to the patient who asked for testicles that look like George Clooney’s? “Let’s go nuts!” Laugh all you want (I am!), but celebs, bankers, and lawyers are allegedly flocking to a spa in Santa Monica for a “Tighten the Tackle” treatment, inspired by Clooney’s joke that he had his privates smoothed and toned. [Complex]
You might burn more calories laughing at this movie-slash-home-workout-tape than actually exercising along with it, but skip the gym and give it a try. If you don’t love 15-year-old Alyssa Milano’s calisthenics, you’ll enjoy her crimped hair and crop tops. [Refinery 29]
Or you could forgo sweating entirely and just sleep in a corset for three years. A Berlin woman did it and shrunk her waist from 25 inches to 16 inches. Her movements are “more feminine,” she says, but she can’t really eat. Or stand up without her corset. [Daily Mail]
She shouldn’t have been, but Sienna Miller was the style star of last night’s Tony Awards. Her dress was the color of a 1970s kitchen appliance, she barely dressed up her bedhead with a floral headband, and her matte lipstick lacked polish and shine. Somehow, though, the whole look totally came together! [Just Jared]
Azealia Banks combined every possible cutout we’ve ever seen in one outfit at this weekend’s Governors Ball Music Festival. All the exposed skin begs the question: Why did she need the gloves? And was she wearing sunscreen? [HuffPo]
Complementary tea at salons is so popular, it’s becoming something of a requirement. (Manicurist Jin Soon Choi even sells her own blend online.) Next step: complementary superlong Crazy Straws? You know, so we don’t smudge our makeup? [WSJ]