The Oprah Store, located in Chicago of course, closed its doors forever on Friday. Somewhere in heaven an angel's heart was ripped out of its chest and it was sent straight to the fire-y pits of Hell. Perhaps you weren't aware, but that's what happens when less-than-perfect things happen to Oprah.
This afternoon at 4:30pm EST, the online art auction site Artnet.com will be starting an exclusive sale featuring works by famous street and graffiti artists -- names include Crash, KAWS, Banksy, Futura 2000, Lady Pink -- and will continue on through the 28th.
Not sure how we feel about Justin Bieberwearing this Urban Outfitters t-shirt with a picture of our Saved By the Bell goddess Kelly Kapowski on it. Does he even understand the meta-layers of ironic complexity taking place? Survey says no.
Hey perfume-lovers! InStyle's latest issue is scratch-and-sniff. You definitely can't do that on your iPad!
You know how whenever you're at a bar (most likely in Williamsburg, Brooklyn) and you see a photo booth and you and your friends cram in to take pictures and you think it's so cute and fun and kitschy? Sorry to break it to you, but Andy Warhol did it first and better.
While everyone is pretty much convinced that Givenchy's Ricardo Tisci is the new designer for Dior, it sounds like he was second choice. Infamously low-key, anti-establishment phenom Azzedine Alaia said he was offered the position, but declined.