Topic: media

10 Career Lessons From Tory Burch

10 Career Lessons From Tory Burch

Tory Burch has been in the news a lot lately. Some if it has been about the rapid success of her company and its rumored IPO. But a lot of it has been because of her very personal and public legal battle with her ex-husband, Chris Burch, and his business venture, C.Wonder. But we have been fans of Tory since the beginning not only because of her stunning designs but because of her entrepreneurial spirit, her strong desire to help other women and the fact that she has built an internationally recognized $2 billion brand in eight short years. How does she do it?! Well, here are some lessons from Tory you can start with. More »

Kristen Stewart’s Affair Has Tainted Any Future Projects For Her That Involve Men

Kristen Stewart's Affair Has Tainted Any Future Projects For Her That Involve Men

Kristen Stewart truly tainted her career when it was revealed that she had an affair with Rupert Sanders who directed her in the film Snow White and the Huntsman. Because not only did it show that she was cheating on her boyfriend, but it put a side of her out there in the media as a womanizing harlot that has no boundaries when it comes to married men that are essentially her boss. More »

The 3 Women of Start-Ups: Silicon Valley Give Us The Truth On All The Drama

The 3 Women of Start-Ups: Silicon Valley Give Us The Truth On All The Drama

In case you hadn’t heard, we are pretty obsessed with the new Bravo reality show, Start-Ups: Silicon Valley. We are especially obsessed with the three women on the show: Sarah Austin, Hermione Way and Kim Taylor. They have definitely given us some colorful plotlines so far from catfights at toga parties, to catnaps at meetings and sexist conversations with your boss. One thing for sure is, these three ambitious women are all going amazing places in their careers. We got to chat with each one about why they decided to do a reality show, being a woman in tech in Silicon Valley and live blogging dates. More »

Get Ready For The Kate Moss Movie

Get Ready For The Kate Moss Movie

For years supermodel Kate Moss was a media fixture enigma as she basically managed to stay famous without doing any interviews and being camera shy. But now, with the release of her new book, The Kate Moss Book, she is everywhere. She just spilled her guts and did a very revealing spread for Vanity Fair and then did another candid article with Time. Now The Telegraph is reporting that a Kate Moss documentary is in the works. It may not be too long before we are sick from hearing from Kate Moss, once the world’s quietest supermodel. More »

6 Tips We Can Take From Kristen Stewart And Robert Pattinson’s Awful Breaking Dawn Interviews

6 Tips We Can Take From Kristen Stewart And Robert Pattinson's Awful Breaking Dawn Interviews

In case you hadn’t heard, the final installment of the Twilight franchise comes out this Friday, Breaking Dawn: Part 2. The stars of the film, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, have been on an intense worldwide press junket tour to promote the film. When these two started the Twilight films, they were both relatively unknown, very young and relatively inexperienced when it came to doing promotional interviews for the film. But that was five years ago! Since 2008, between the two of them they have promoted nine films in addition to the four Twilight sequels. That is a lot of interviews asking about what it’s like to play a vampire and yet neither of these actors has improved in the slightest when it comes to public speaking or just being not the most awkward people in general. More »

Stephen Colbert Compares CNN Voting/Hormones Study To The Monty Python Witch Test

Stephen Colbert Compares CNN Voting/Hormones Study To The Monty Python Witch Test

Earlier this week, our sister site Blisstree reported on a study posted by CNN about how ovulation is the real driving force behind women’s voting decisions. The response was not very positive. I can’t imagine why. I love being told that my hormone levels control my every thought. It’s right up there with being told I am a bad driver and that I throw badly. CNN subsequently withdrew the study stating that some of it didn’t meet CNN’s editorial standards.
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The Winner Of The Debate Last Night Was Clearly Martha Raddatz

The Winner Of The Debate Last Night Was Clearly Martha Raddatz

Yes, a lot of people are saying (and a CNN poll) that Vice President Joe Biden won the debate with his constant questioning of the Romney/Ryan ticket, his foreign policy prowess and his use of every single synonym for the word liar, but it was moderator Martha Raddatz who we are declaring the winner. Unlike Jim Lehrer, who moderated the Presidential Debate, Martha asked about topics we actually want to hear answers on, like abortion. She didn’t sugar coat anything. And when she wasn’t satisfied with a candidate’s answer, she pushed back. She made that debate exciting. More »

Kim Kardashian Is Using Pregnancy To Help Her Career Even More Than Jessica Simpson Did

Kim Kardashian Is Using Pregnancy To Help Her Career Even More Than Jessica Simpson Did

Kim Kardashian is not even pregnant yet (reportedly) and yet she is already using an imaginary baby to get her press. Knowing Ms. Kardashian’s style she is probably already planning a maternity-wear line and a spin-off reality show, Kim & My Louis Vuitton-Dressed Baby. Kim has started tweeting just enough information to make people think she is either pregnant or trying to get pregnant. The fact that she is starting this early game means she may even be using a pregnancy more to her career advantage than Jessica Simpson did.  More »

Geena Davis Wants To Be Called An Actor, Not An Actress

Geena Davis Wants To Be Called An Actor, Not An Actress

If her starring roles in the feminist classics Thelma & Louise and A League of Their Own weren’t enough to convince you that Geena Davis is awesome, well, you may be a lost cause. But just in case, check out her recent speech at an event hosted by the Women’s Foundation of Colorado. “Thelma & Louise effectively changed the course of my life,” Davis said there. “It has driven my commitment to empower women.” She also revealed that she’s so over the word “actress.” More »

Keija Minor Just Became The First African American Editor-In-Chief In Condé Nast History

Keija Minor Just Became The First African American Editor-In-Chief In Condé Nast History

Keija Minor was just named the editor-in-chief of Brides.com and Bridesmagazine. This makes her the first black EIC in Condé Nast history, a publication company that has been in business for 103 years. Condé Nast has some big name publications under their belt, including Vogue, The New Yorker, and Glamour. Minor has been executive editor of Brides since late last year.

Anne Fulenwider became EIC of Brides just last year, and previously served as executive editor from 2009 to 2011. She is now moving to Marie Claire where she will replace longtime editor-in-chief, Johanna Coles, who is now moving to Cosmo. Sounds a bit like musical chairs, no? More »