Confession: Longer ago than I can even remember, I had a weekly ritual where I’d get on the phone with a friend living in Atlanta and together we’d watch episodes of ABC’s The Bachelor (or The Bachelorette). We would spend the hour laughing our asses off, making fun of all the sad, desperate idiots on the show. After a few mind-numbing seasons, however, I just couldn’t take it anymore and had to stop watching. This was back before the show really started to get ridiculous, so you can only imagine how far downhill it’s gone. Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Humping Inflatable Flamingos
Stephen Sprouse is widely regarded as the artist and fashion designer who brought counterculture style to a broader American audience. A high-profile member of New York’s art, fashion and music scene, he rose to prominence in the early Eighties with his revolutionary fusion of uptown sophistication and downtown punk sensibility, gritty street style and glamorous high fashion. Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Louis Vuitton Stephen Sprouse’ Graffiti Trunk By Marc Jacobs
Kids love blowing bubbles, that much we know. When I was a kid, I also enjoyed this fun pastime, although back then bubble liquid came in plain plastic bottles (yawn, so boring) and not an insanely cute bottle shaped like a Pig. Life is not fair.
JoJo Siwa is a 19-year old singer/dancer who dresses like she’s 10. She also makes $2 million a year doing YouTube videos and has her own breakfast cereal. Yes, I just typed that. JoJo’s cereal is officially called Strawberry Bop and, as you can see by the photo on the box, it is (mostly) Pink. The crunchy, corn-puff-based cereal reportedly has a flavor similar to the Strawberry Shortcake Cereal. There are also reports that eating it will turn your poop pink. TMI.
Photographed in the Lot Less Closeout Store on West 14th Street, NYC
I hate Elon Musk, but this Pink Tesla, which I spotted on 14th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues one recent evening, is an admittedly nice-looking car. I had never seen one before in person, and I admit I was impressed. Because, Pink Car!