Valentino's as he sat next to Kim Kardashian at this week's Valentino Couture Show. Go Fug Yourself's imagined conversation between the two is A+++. Oh. Brother. -- Elizabeth Thompson
Best Sports Magazine Cover of the Week:
Prince Fielder's cover on ESPN Magazine's Body Issue. The baseball player, who isn't known for having sculpted abs and spray-tan muscles, is posing in all his glory and we couldn't be happier. Maybe body positivity is something real and not fabled about in self-help books. Just maybe. via Complex. -- Mally Espaillat
Most Important YouTube series: Fashion Week Vs. Fashion Life
YouTube star Jake Thompson recruits Alaska Thunderfuck for the Season 2 premiere of "Fashion Week Vs. Fashion Life," where he offers tips on how to be like the Rupaul's Drag Race queen. Dressing like Shania Twain is "fash-in," but dressing like Shailene Woodley is "fash-out." Take notes, kids. -- Justin Moran
Most Disappointing Comeback: Paris HiltonParis Hilton's 2006 pop debut Paris was packed with infectious tracks like "Stars Are Blind," and "Nothing in This World," and while we didn't expect anything groundbreaking from the heiress' return to music, we did anticipate another guilty pleasure. "Come Alive" is spiritless and comes a few years too late--it would've sounded great filling a nightclub in 2010. --J.M.The Worst News We've Had All Week (Or Maybe Ever):
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are expecting. Yeah, a baby. No, we don't want to talk about it anymore. Read this hilarious open letter via Uproxx in an attempt to get over the heartbreak. (Hint: you'll probably still be sad.) -- M.E.
The Most Arty Video You've Seen in the Last Five Daays:
SSENSE's "The Beckoning" fashion short, starring Chloe Sevigney, directed by System magazine's Maryam L'Ange, and music by the English band Eaux. The online boutique is currently embarking on a video series which brings together fashion and life, and you get to see Chloe slowly inhale cigarette smoke. It's a win-win. [via TheWildMagazine] -- M.E.
The worst PR campaign involving flowers:
Robin Thicke's team-up with 1-800 Flowers. Everyone knows just how disastrous VH1's #AskThicke Twitter interrogation went, and the masterminds behind Thicke's reputation are at it again, creating two special bouquets named after two tracks off of the Paula album, "Get Her Back," and "Forever Love." With the purchase of each bouquet, you'll also get a free digital download of the album. Totally free; no hidden fees or blurred lines about it-at least, we think. [Via Uproxx] -- M.E.
Best Food Fetish Video: Jewelry designer Lucy Folk's known
for her food-inspired jewerly -- think pizza slice
earrings and oyster shell necklaces -- but her A/W campaign takes the
hook to new levels -- Maggie Dolan
Most Life-changing Couture: Viktor
& Rolf's Winter '14-15' Haute Couture Collection
Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren seemed to have pulled inspiration from the red carpet for their latest Couture Collection, crafting an array of oversized scarlet dresses from thick, carpet-like fabric and knotting it into bulky bows. The models were kept clean and boyish with loosely disheveled hair, a naked face and plain oxfords, providing an unexpected contrast to the voluminous couture. -- J.M.
The best way to show everyone you like wearing cool shit:
This Lionel Richie top by Barcelona-based designers and artists Hungry Castle. Because one of his faces just isn't enough.