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Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop pop-up store: A hunt for the cheapest product inside

At Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle blog-inspired pop-up shop currently open in Los Angeles’ Brentwood Country Mart, you can buy a custom (for Goop, not for you) $620 knit heather-grey Stella McCartney jumpsuit, $650 vintage “found” serving spoons, a set of four cocktail napkins for $125 (with optional monogram), a $2,350 vintage Christian Dior Backgammon set, and a book called Within: A Spiritual Awakening to Love & Weight Loss.

The jeans are skinny, the tops are billowy, the fabrics are naaaahtural, and the price tags are hidden. One of those “if you have to look, you can’t afford it” things, no doubt. There was a pile of unassuming beaded bracelets on the desk in the front of the store, pointedly outside the artfully displayed glass class holding the more precious jewels. They looked like the kind of things you might find in a Bangkok street market. At Goop? They ranged in price from “5 to 7….hundred dollars,” according to the delicate sales girl.

Is it silly? Yes. Tasteful? Painfully so. Pretty? If beige tones are your thing, probably. Excessive? For most tax brackets, uh, yes.

But should we be aghast that it exists? Please. READ FULL STORY

Met Gala's six most polarizing dresses -- POLL

An unscientific sampling of Twitter comments has led EW’s Fashion Elves to conclude that the following dresses from the Fash-indig known as the Met Gala have caused a divide among the masses. And if these differences of opinion are not resolved, we’re pretty sure lives will be lost, families will be split up, and the country will crumble. Well, all that OR life will go on as normal. But why risk it?

Help settle the debate by voting on six of the most polarizing dresses in our polls below. READ FULL STORY

Victoria's Secret announces London fashion show

London is getting a new fashion extravaganza – the Victoria’s Secret Show, which will take place for the first time in the British capital this year.

Victoria’s Secret models Adriana Lima and Candice Swanepoel joined Chief Marketing Officer Ed Razek at the company’s London flagship store for the announcement Tuesday.

The annual show, known for its unique lingerie and live performances by top entertainers, will be held at Earls Court in the fall and air on CBS at a later date. No specific dates were given.

Previous host cities have included New York, Miami and Los Angeles. The event is televised to 192 countries.

Watch the best slaps of reality television -- VIDEO

Jerseylicious returns Sunday, which means big hair, big personalities, and even bigger fights are about to invade your television. So in honor of the drama-filled occasion, we think it’s only appropriate to take a moment and relive the best slaps reality TV has provided … before we inevitably get to experience a few more.

Watch a video of reality TV slaps heard ’round the world below:
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Victoria Beckham: 10 things we learned from her 'New York Times Magazine' profile

By now, we should know everything about Victoria Beckham. After all, she’s been in the limelight since her Spice Girls days in the ‘90s. So what new facts could we possibly learn about the artist formerly known as Posh Spice?

Quite a lot, it turns out. The latest issue of The New York TimesT Magazine has new insight into the life of the pop star-turned-high fashion designer. Our favorite 10 tidbits from the profile below. READ FULL STORY

Zooey Deschanel talks 'SNL,' secret talents, and nail art -- VIDEO

Heeeeey girl, whatcha doin’?

If you’re Zooey Deschanel, the answer is hula hoopin’ and dreamin’ up nail-art concepts. Sitting down for April’s InStyle cover story, the New Girl star and She and Him chanteuse revealed that, though she’s a certifiable triple threat, her greatest talent might be hula hooping. She also shared the backstory behind her wacky red-carpet manicures and gave her two cents about Abby Elliott’s Saturday Night Live send-up “Bein’ Quirky With Zooey Deschanel.”

So, does Deschanel give Elliott’s impression a tuxedo-ed thumbs up or thumbs down? Find out in the video below. READ FULL STORY

Style: 19 extreme celebrity hair makeovers -- PHOTOS

Bold, short looks are taking Hollywood by storm. Charlize Theron is a rocking a new ‘do, following in the footsteps of Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Anne Hathaway, Katie Holmes, and more. Check out some of the best and worst new styles of the season (and a few looks back on short cuts that made a splash in seasons past)!

Charlize Theron

Charlize shaved her head for the upcoming Mad Max, but this is the first time we’ve seen her pared down locks — a far cry from her usual golden tresses.

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Weird Idea Jeans: Glenn Beck protests 'socialist' Levi's by selling 'all-American' dungarees

Not sure what to give your crazy uncle this holiday season? Fret no more: Fearless patriot Glenn Beck has come to your rescue. While James Van Der Beek’s BJ-emblazoned “Beek Jeans” were a joke, Beck’s own denim line is very real — and every pair of pants comes imbued with its maker’s signature arch-conservative message.

As Time explains, Beck was inspired after seeing a Levi’s ad that coupled images of young protesters with a voiceover culled from a Charles Bukowski poem. He excoriated the denim company on his radio show in late September, saying that it was promoting a “European socialist” message — “Just for what? Because you just want to sell, because you want the controversy? I don’t think so. You believe it. You say you want your jeans to be the uniform of progress.”

Beck vowed never again to give a “dime” to Levi’s, a company founded by the American immigrant who invented blue jeans — and this week began selling his own patriotic jeans, which are made in North Carolina and Kentucky.  READ FULL STORY

Neiman Marcus holiday 'fantasy gifts' are expensive and ridiculous

You get a multi-million dollar gift! And you get a multi-million dollar gift!

Neiman Marcus wants you to buy a crazy expensive present for just about everyone. The company has just released their annual holiday catalog, which is known for featuring outrageous “fantasy gifts” every year.

Some examples from this year: A walk-on role in Broadway’s Annie: The Musical for $30,000, a hen house inspired by France’s Versailles palace for $100,000, and — most expensive of all  — a pair of “his and hers” timepieces for just over $1 million from Van Cleef & Arpels. According to the AP, the watches depict a tale of lost love on the faces and come complete with a trip to romantic Paris and Geneva. READ FULL STORY

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