OUT100 2014: The Event The honorees, the performers, and the guests at the annual star-studded event. Presented by Buick
Vote for the Sexiest 'Stache From Tom Selleck's iconic whiskers to model Matthieu Charneau's peach fuzz, which of these men can claim to have the sexiest facial hair? Vote for your favorites.
Best-Dressed Man of the Week: Ricky Martin The singer pulls off an all-black look at the Latin Grammys
Model Watch: Juan Betancourt is The New Face of Intimissimi The Cuban models lands his first campaign for the underwear brand
Dirty Pop She’s as obsessed with Serge Gainsbourg as she is with Justin Bieber. But where does Charli XCX fit in?
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This summer quirky songstress Cyndi Lauper will team up with Erasure, Debbie Harry, Rufus Wainwright, the Gossip, Margaret Cho, and a slew of other performers for the 'True Colors' tour, a 15-city event to support the Human Rights Campaign. The girl who just wanted to have fun loves a good cause'and, of course, her drag pals. Tell me about the 'True Colors' tour.May 14 2007 7:00 PM
Dolores O'Riordan and her former band, the Cranberries, achieved huge mainstream success in the '90s with the singles 'Linger,' 'Dreams,' and 'Zombie,' but then the band virtually disappeared. The new and improved Irish rocker discusses her first solo record, being a lesbian icon, and being voted the fourth worst singer in the world. The obvious question: Why did you decide to release a solo album?May 13 2007 7:00 PM
December 7, 2004 After a swim in my glass bath with underwater lights, I start the day trying to find something to wear. I change three times, deciding on a McQueen dress that zips up either side, quite erotic. Adding beautiful black Manolo satin sandals, my signature Philip Treacy hat to sculpt the face, and a Fendi Fur. Black cab to the Tatler office. (Taxis: great for a snog in the back!) En route happen to drop by Make Up For Ever on South Molton Street, where a wonderful Floriane transforms my face.May 08 2007 7:00 PM
A cancer diagnosis can do the strangest things. When he was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2004, Brian Malloy had finished a first draft of his latest novel, Brendan Wolf. The darkly funny story of a shapeshifting daydreamer caught up in a doomed crime plot, Wolf received an infusion of compassion in the aftermath of Malloy's diagnosis. "I've become much more passionate about things that bother me'rudeness, hypocrisy, the state of the environment, and the need for human connection,' he says. 'During revisions, I added elements of these things.May 06 2007 7:00 PM