From Prince Charles' Welsh hideaway to the Queen's Balmoral estate, these are the royal residences to add to your bucket list.
‘Tis the season to go on a vacation! As Christmas draws near, many in Singapore – including celebrities – are taking the opportunity to travel and bask in new scenery. Let’s see where stars such as Fiona Xie, Mark Lee and Zoe Tay are off to this year.
Why did “Jingle Bells” get this particular spoof? Spike Jones’s uptempo romp, Yogi Yorgesson (“Yingle Bells“), and the Three Stooges (“Jingle Bells Drag“) showed that “Jingle Bells” could be played for broader comedic effect. As writer Rob Weir documents on his blog, children began applying funny lyrics to the song’s simple rhymes and familiar melody at least as early as the 1950s, while wildly racist versions sprung up in the South in the 1950s and 1960s during the Civil Rights Movement.
'Tis the season for celebrities to get into the Christmas spirit, which means over-the-top trees, gifts, and getups. The sexy Santa look has definitely become a trend, but others would rather stay warm and comfy in ugly Christmas sweaters. Take a look at the stars who have been dressing for a very merry holiday.
Cruz Beckham in his “If Everyday Was Christmas” music video. Cruz Beckham is seriously giving us some Justin Bieber meets that cute kid from Love Actually vibes. The 11-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham just released a music video for his new single “If Every Day Was Christmas.” Cruz recently signed with Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun and all proceeds of this holiday jingle will support Global’s Make Some Noise.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! See how celebs from Coco Austin to Kelly Clarkson to Drake to Maria Carey have been decking the halls at home.
We are in it to win it with our holiday gift guides! In this edition, we’re taking all the people who are hardest to shop for. What to buy your new sister-in-law you only see once a year? How about the teacher you kind of like, but more importantly, you need them to be on your side for next year?
New Year’s Eve planning can be stressful. Once you finally decide where to go, how to get there, and which friends are joining, there is still the question of what to wear. Whether you are planning to don a new party dress or are just looking to jazz up a trusty LBD, here are five easy ways to add an extra bit of pizzazz to your ensemble. Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
I love going all out for the holidays, but what I don’t love is being stuck in the kitchen at my own party. I used to think I had to slave away to be the hostess with the mostest. But the truth is the best parties are the impromptu ones, when you can whip up a few finger foods, shake up some cocktails and mingle with your friends all night long.
President Barack Obama sings onstage during the with National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony with daughters Malia and Sasha, mother-in-law Marian Robinson, first lady Michelle Obama, and Reese Witherspoon. Photo: AP
Hip-hop fans with a penchant for making culturally relevant fashion statements, rejoice! This season, it seems like the hip-hop-themed ugly holiday sweater is trending, and we couldn’t be happier about it. Whether you’ll be spinning the dreidel or attending Christmas Eve mass this season, there are plenty of ways to let everyone know that not only are you a fan of hip-hop culture, but you also have impeccable taste. Check out some of our favorite hip-hop-themed ugly holiday sweaters above.
Here’s the truth: Deep down, Thanksgiving for celebrities isn’t all that different than the way the rest of us celebrate. They all come together (even if they’re otherwise apart), they snap a few family photos, the gorge on heavy foods, and they all probably made jokes about putting on Adele. We’ve got the pics to prove it.
Kendall and Kylie might be full fledged fashion stars now, but they’re still chugging along with their Topshop collaborations. And while Kristmas is more than a month away, the two got into the holiday spirit early with their newest collection. In June, the Jenners reminded you that they lead a Cali-cool lifestyle (say what?) via their first klothing collection, including henleys stamped with “The Best Coast is the West Coast” and Hawaiian-printed rompers that sold out ASAP.
Ugly Christmas Sweaters might get all the attention during the holiday season, but Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights that lasts for eight nights, has some pretty unappealing maillots as well. Caroline Schaeffer Lewis wrote that she’s “disappointed to see that Nordstrom is selling such an offensive item that perpetuates negative stereotypes of Jewish women.” The sweater in question features a menorah on the front with all eight candles lit as well as the shamash (the middle).
Whether you realize it or not, the holidays are officially in full swing. Thanksgiving is a mere two weeks away, department stores are beginning to unveil their much belabored holiday windows, and seasonal merch is everywhere you turn. Among the first to announce its special holiday offerings is Tiffany & Co., which just released a limited-edition 18-piece “Out of Retirement” collection of archival jewelry and trinkets at the cooler-than-thou retail emporium Dover Street Market. “Partnering with Dover Street Market on a global level is a very exciting idea for us,” said Tiffany design director Francesca Amfitheatrof, a very groovy woman with an high art background.
Holidays are for family, celebration, and commemoration, but, let’s be honest, they’re also about clothes. More specifically, buying new ones for all the parties and events that fill up your social calendar from Thanksgiving to New Year’s. The season’s also about eating, but mostly drinking. So Bloomingdale’s combined all of these elements into one add.