Lindsay Lohan Is Being Forced to Work at the Morgue

Brian Moylan · 10/19/11 11:32AM

The judge handling the Lindsay Lohan case forces her to clean up after dead bodies. Rihanna settles a lawsuit with the photographer she ripped off. Demi Moore is too damn skinny and Kellan Lutz comes out (as straight). Wednesday's gossip is calling in sick.

Courtney Love Stole This Man's Car

Maureen O'Connor · 06/29/11 10:57AM

Courtney Love takes David LaChapelle's car and chauffeur for a midnight joyride. David Duchovny and Tea Leoni split up again. Kim Kardashian hands out wedding confidentiality agreements. And Emma Watson talks about her first crush. Wednesday gossip asks, where's my car?

Andrew Garfield Is Romancing the Stone

Maureen O'Connor · 06/24/11 10:30AM

Spiderman costars Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone might be banging. Cory Monteith was a teen junkie. Heidi Klum gets naked. LiLo plans her first post-imprisonment par-tay. TGIFriday gossip.

Paltrow's Big Plan, Michelle's Return to NYC

cityfile · 05/18/09 07:38PM

Gwyneth Paltrow is planning to give up her contract with Estée Lauder so she can focus on her website Goop.com, per the ever-reliable Daily Mail. More troubling: The paper says her plan is to "become an Oprah Winfrey-like lifestyle guru." [DM]
• Michelle Obama returned to NYC today. She attended the reopening of a wing at the Met (where she wore a coat by Isaac Mizrahi coat and sat next to Ralph Lauren, Iman, and Anna Wintour). Then it was over to opening night at the American Ballet Theater. [WWD, NYT]
• An excerpt from Lauren Conrad's debut novel has been posted online, in case you feel up to tackling some heavy literature. [Teen Vogue]
• Valentino, diplomat of fashion: "I saw the pictures of the Metropolitan gala evening last week and I never saw something more ugly." [Guardian]
• Speaking of Valentino, Time Out's current issue tests out self-tanners. [TONY]

LaChapelle Lists in the EV, A Price Cut for Kagan

cityfile · 02/02/09 08:36AM

• Fashion photographer David LaChapelle's two-bedroom pied-à-terre at 170 Second Avenue is now up for sale for $1.65 million. The apartment has been discounted by $100,000 since first hitting the market this fall. [NYM, PDE]
• Furniture designer Vladimir Kagan and his wife, needlepoint artist Erica Wilson, have sliced $1 million off the price of their 3,840-square-foot co-op at 1185 Park Avenue, which they put on the market for $8.75 million in December. [Cityfile, Corcoran]
• After spending more than two years in contract, it looks like artist Jeff Koons should soon be closing on the purchase of a six-story townhouse at 11 East 67th Street. The home was originally listed for $18.75 million; Koons is expected to pay in the neighborhood of $10-12 million. [NYT]
• Former Newsday publisher Raymond Jansen has lowered the price of his home in Lloyd Neck to $1.99 million, down from the original asking price of $2.795 million. [Newsday, Sotheby's]

David LaChapelle's Speciously Sexy Christmas

Chris Mohney · 10/30/06 11:50AM

Fashionista-forward photographer David LaChapelle conceived and executed the commercial above for the UK's Boots druggist chain. Therein, various glamorous (sorry, "glamourous") model types express far too much enthusiasm for Boots's cheap-ass cosmetics while engaging in holiday-related domestic tasks. We could do without the majority of the clip, in favor of more turkey-stuffing and bathtub brussels sprouts.