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The first photo of Padma Lakshmi’s 3 week-old daughter, Krishna Thea–taken while mother and child were hangin’ on a park bench in NYC–has been revealed on Celebrity Baby Blog.
Celebrity Baby Blog also reports that Padma has said she’d be “delighted” if her daughter became a chef, “as long as she was a good one.”
Hear that, little baby Krishna? NO PRESSURE.
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Sarah Palin is hopping mad about the image of her that Newsweek used for their recent cover, stating that the photo (originally taken for a profile in Runner’s World) taken out of context is “sexist.”
Sexist? Or just stupid? In my humble opinion: after the age of 22, taking any public photo in shorts is downright irresponsible. I don’t care who the hell you are, what job you’ve got, how great your gams are, how fast you are on a Blackberry, or how many times you wink at me. Not a good idea.
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The fifth season of Project Runway began rather inauspiciously last night for Jerry Tam, designer of the line FORM and the first person to get kicked off the show.
Although Jerry, a native of Butte, Montana, cites avant-garde designers Martin Margiela and Rick Owens as his influences, the look he sent down the runway was more like…avant-weird.
The challenge was to make something out of stuff bought at the grocery store Gristede’s, and most of the contestants pussed out by making dresses out of tablecloths. Jerry chose to make a raincoat out of a shower curtain, which everyone agreed turned out très serial killer. (Styling the coat with yellow dishwashing gloves did not help.)
Perhaps Jerr-Jerr has a future in costume design for horror movies? That weird raincoat looked like something out of the killer’s closet in Brian De Palma’s Dressed to Kill, a slasher flick about creepy shrinks, sweet-faced hookers, and transsexual stalkers, sprinkled with some hot sex from a very MILF-y Angie Dickinson. The movie came out in 1980, and it is so of that time. It’s about loose women who need to be punished. By a man…dressed as a woman. It’s about the decadent, chaotic 70′s getting reorganized into the much more cold and calculating 80′s. It’s about Michael Caine, cross-dressing in a blonde wig and an unforgettable raincoat:
MICHELLE: Shoulders back, darling.
DAUGHTER: How come you got to wear an evening gown and I got this yellow…thing?
MICHELLE: One day when you become an international movie star, you too will wear the good stuff. And straighten out your ankle, dear, you look like a gimp.
DAUGHTER: Is this dress even couture? It kinda looks like Haute Goodwill.
MICHELLE: Of course it’s couture! And I think the color is splendid on you.
DAUGHTER: It’s the color of vomit.
MICHELLE: No it’s not.
DAUGHTER: Okay, then…it’s a Big Bird suit.
MICHELLE: You’re wearing Dior Haute Couture at the Dior show. Show some gratitude and a little smile, won’t you?
DAUGHTER: I would smile if a little part of me didn’t die every time I was photographed next to you. You always look awesome and I look, like, whatever, and people think, Is that poor girl adopted? It’s a bummer. I hate having a MILF for a mother. I feel like your ugly duckling. Oh god, that’s it! This outfit is Galliano’s cruel joke on me. I am an ugly yellow…duck. Quack, quack!!
MICHELLE: Okay, that’s quite enough. Time for your happy pill! (to photographer) Just take the picture.