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Branding: The Repurposing of Isabella...

on December 3, 2013 by

The last time I saw Isabella Blow in person was backstage at the 2003 fall/winter Dior haute couture show. I was standing off…

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Goddesses, Nymphs and Tramps

on October 5, 2011 by

TUTTLE MODE

by James Tuttle

Gentle reader,

Allow me to apologize in advance.

You see, I’d already had quite a day.  For some reason, I took a hike in the Hills even though I was already dying from leg day at the gym.  Then my spray tan was…

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    Gentle reader, Now that the U.S. Government is shutting down—and let’s hope that’s just a temporary situation—those of us who work for the national parks and many government agencies will have a little more time to think about we’re going to be wearing next spring.  For those of you who haven’t even started to think…
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    Gentle reader, Okay, so I’ve hardly watched anything on TV this past week except the first episode of Revenge which was fine except that the revelation that Victoria Grayson was still alive should have been a lot more shocking than just having Emily show up at the door of Victoria’s hideout on the pretense of…
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    Gentle reader, Have you had the theme song from Friends popping into your head over and over for the past few days?  In case you did and couldn’t place it, the most annoying line goes something like “I’ll be there for yooooou, ‘cause you’re there for me tooo-oooo.” Don’t worry; you’re not going crazy.  It’s…
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    TUTTLE MODE | THE COLLECTIONS by James Tuttle Gentle reader, My friend BJ’s birthday party on Saturday night left me in a rather delicate condition on Sunday.  The signature cocktail of the evening, The Godfather, was two parts scotch, one part Amaretto and an ice cube and sounded like a really good idea at the…
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    Gentle reader, We all know that Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world but, from what I remember about living there, things can get a little messy, too.  One has to remember, for instance, not to focus too much on the striking architecture because you’ll otherwise step in dog shit about…
    Tags: chanel, paris, dior, pretty, spring, didn, width, things, christian, caption

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So Sue Me, Seema

on July 16, 2011 by

This will no doubt be the most post-modern ‘meta’ post I’ve ever written.  This is a comment to a comment left on Thursday by Seema Kalia, whose trials and tribulations I commented on in an earlier post.  The Daily Beast has also commented on this combustion of comments with two words: “No…

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Every Clown Has a Silly Lining

on July 6, 2011 by

TUTTLE MODE

by James Tuttle

Gentle reader,

It took me a while to get around to finally seeing Bravo’s new show Million Dollar Decorators because the commercials for it were so awful.  It looks like a bunch of douches with dueling egos who don’t even…

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Omnia Vincit Phallus

on May 19, 2011 by

Killough follows up his Mark Zuckerberg Has a Small Dick post with more about how tits and ass drive SEO.

Desert Lesbian Realness

on March 7, 2011 by

The best thing about these blogs is I sit here tinkling away at the keyboard some evenings — and you’d think I was high as a kite the way they come out, but I’m not, haven’t even had a drink since New Years — grinning like Liberace rolling on E while he plays the…

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Correction: Natalie Portman IS Satan

on March 6, 2011 by

Whaddaya know, it turns out I was prescient about Natalie Portman.  There I am trying to lure readers with silly, lurid post titles like Natalie Portman Carrying Satan’s Child, and the next thing you know, Repube presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is jumping on my bandwagon and attacking her, too.  The difference…

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    The best thing about these blogs is I sit here tinkling away at the keyboard some evenings — and you’d think I was high as a kite the way they come out, but I’m not, haven’t even had a drink since New Years — grinning like Liberace rolling on E while he plays the Turkish…
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    Yet another salacious headline to rope you into reading this.  I’m not really stressed.  I’m thrilled, actually.  The reaction to yesterday’s post was gratifyingly positive, not to mention the cause of a huge surge in hits to this blog.  It’s a new record to beat.  I’ll have to start inventing scandalous encounters with celebs to…
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    Killough remembers the time he caused John Galliano to be spanked. ___________________________________________ by James Killough Seeing that I will never work with John Galliano, there’s no point in waiting until we get my play Hatter up and going in London later this year to tell my story about how I caused him to be spanked. For those…
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    BLOGIRADE by James Killough Never one to be terribly quick on the uptake, I needed time to think about Tom Ford’s “five easy lessons in how to be a modern gentleman” from Another Magazine, which went surprising viral, namely because of the silliness of the fifth lesson about flip-flops and shorts in the city.  Ford…
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    The title of this is an experiment.  It seems that when I write about hookers and celebrities the hits to this blog spike.  I figured that if I threw the devil in the mix I might attract Mel Gibson’s crowd as well. Yesterday’s backhanded self-help blog, which I tried to masquerade as vitriol flung at…
    Tags: natalie, portman, week, pure, film, creative, satan, movies, hollywood, killough

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Lady Gaga's All-You-Can-Eat Vag...

on March 5, 2011 by

I have to admit, I briefly joined my nieces, Savannah (7) and Uma (5.5), as a fan of Lady Gaga after Bad Romance was released last year.  I thought it was stompin’ good fun, not to mention that it kept me company whenever I thought about my love life.  But she has lost me…

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    Yet another salacious headline to rope you into reading this.  I’m not really stressed.  I’m thrilled, actually.  The reaction to yesterday’s post was gratifyingly positive, not to mention the cause of a huge surge in hits to this blog.  It’s a new record to beat.  I’ll have to start inventing scandalous encounters with celebs to…
    Tags: galliano, fashion, video, john, blogging, hollywood, killough, james
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    Whaddaya know, it turns out I was prescient about Natalie Portman.  There I am trying to lure readers with silly, lurid post titles like Natalie Portman Carrying Satan’s Child, and the next thing you know, Repube presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is jumping on my bandwagon and attacking her, too.  The difference is, he’s serious. Or…
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    Praise the Lord.  I have seen Johnny Depp’s apotheosis and it is named Rango.  It’s like he’s pulled together all of his work since Edward Scissorhands into one masterpiece symphony in the form of an animated feature.  It all makes sense now.  Rango tips its mottled cowboy hat to Ed Wood, to Fear and Loathing…
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    I have done it! I have pulled it off! I am a hit! How do I know? Vogue says so. WWD says so. It’s true that Chanel, the maison de couture for which I design, is one of the few remaining big advertisers in fashion. Therefore, all the important publications are my bitches. Big deal!…
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    BAKER STREET | REVIEWS by Eric J Baker If Alexander McQueen transcended fashion in life, he hasn’t let death stop him from transcending art. I’ve just returned from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York having experienced the late Mr. McQueen’s retrospective, Savage Beauty, as well as the longest waiting line I’ve seen there…
    Tags: fashion, beauty, james, gaga, killough, lady

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It's a Shithole, So Keep Digging

on March 4, 2011 by

Look at what I found on the stairwell of my tenement-slash-college dorm this morning:

He’s part of the musician crew from the studio apartment across from mine, the place I described in an…

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I, Monster

on March 3, 2011 by

I check my look in the mirror
I wanna change my clothes, my hair, my face.
— Bruce Springsteen, Dancing in the Dark

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