Wearing Bug Poop and Mashed-up Beetles Is the Latest Thing in Eco-Friendly Fashion

Wearing Bug Poop and Mashed-up Beetles Is the Latest Thing in Eco-Friendly Fashion

A silkworm and its feces — along with mashed up beetles — are being used by companies like Patagonia for more eco-friendly sources of dyes and materials. Outdoor clothing company Patagonia prides itself on environmentally and socially responsible business practices, and the label’s latest move proves how far it’s willing to push the envelope. The newly launched Clean Color Collection includes tops, bottoms, and a jacket all manufactured using natural dyes from renewable resources — and a few of those resources include the “poop

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Remember the 'Good Old Days' of Shockingly Sadistic, Sexist Advertising?

Remember the 'Good Old Days' of Shockingly Sadistic, Sexist Advertising?

A walk down memory lane can reveal some pretty shocking advertising, like this Charles Antell Formula 9 shampoo ad from the 1950s. Nostalgia for the “good old days” is one thing, but a walk down the advertising industry’s memory lane can reveal some questionable handiwork. Take this print ad for Charles Antell Formula 9 shampoo, circa the 1950s and 1960s, for example.

Naomi Watts Gets Kiss from Liev Schreiber at ‘Chuck’ Premiere

Naomi Watts Gets Kiss from Liev Schreiber at 'Chuck' Premiere

Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber are such friendly exes!

The 48-year-old actress (showing off her fresh new haircut) and the 49-year-old actor stepped out for the premiere of their upcoming film Chuck at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival on Friday (April 28) in New York City.

Liev was spotted planting a kiss on Naomi‘s cheek on the red carpet! Too sweet.

They were joined by Pooch Hall (who plays Muhammad Ali in the film), director Philippe Falardeau, and the real-life Chuck Wepner, whom Liev portrays in the boxing drama.

Liev

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Here's Where You Can Buy Michelle Obama's Dress & A Little Bit More Like Her

During her eight years spent in the White House, former first lady Michelle Obama’s fashion game was impeccably strong.

Not only did she exhibit a grasp of the times, while supporting American designers, what she wore was more than a mere lesson in color blocking and silhouettes. Obama wore outfits that contained subtle, but very straightforward, messages.

In her first public appearance at the American Institute of Architects conference in Orlando, Florida since exiting the White House in January, she wore a Lafayette 148 dress. The Celia

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