775 posts categorized "SWIMSUITS"
Adorable House M.D. (2004—2012), Chicago Fire (2012—2014) and Chicago P.D. (2014) actor Jesse Spencer (b. February 12, 1979) has been adorable ever since he was a young guy on the Australian TV hit Neighbours (1994—2005), which landed him in the teen mags. Check out this and one more cute shot after the jump from the '90s...
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Chik-fil-A founder dies.
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Obama delays executive action in immigration.
A butt you'd second-mortgage your house for.
Tom Brady's beggin' for it!
Todd Sanfield's bulge is timeless.
Porn sites wake up on 'Net neutrality.
Kathy Griffin on Joan Rivers: “Respect must be paid to this woman.”
Did you spend $10K to get into Joan's funeral?
So what if Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) isn't gracious?
Sadly for the right, Obamacare is working.
A hot flash of hot undies.
Friendly reminder: Ross Lynch is over 18.
That's the amazing Cesar Abreu, and he looks like this candidly.
When I received a very sweet personal invite to the swimwear show by Naldo Montanez, I realized that after 22 years in NYC, I had never attended a fashion show, let alone one during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week...it was a must-go.
I wasn't sure what to expect, but when I arrived I had a front-row seat next to charming Eduardo Joy, the creative force behind Just Once, who designed all the headwear the models would be wearing.
His hats are slick, inventively visual takes on the standard baseball cap; the one he pulled off of his head for me to inspect was basically wearable art and felt like it could be worn successfully through a hurricane.
The show was impressive, and not only because I wanted to make babies with every model. Well, at least the ones with whom I could not physically make one.
If I had a waist, you couldn't keep me out of Naldo's retro-sexual briefs, which are chic and classic.
Because chic and classic can veer into boring if you're not careful, Naldo includes some eye-popping tops (don't say it) in bold colors as well as some pretty luxurious wraps.
Of course, Naldo had everyone's attention from the moment his show began, sending two hand-holding studs down the catwalk—gay never goes out of style.
After, the show was over so fast I didn't get to fulfill my fantasy of cornering models backstage for impromptu and revealing photo ops, but I did grab these two—two of the best!—in their street clothes on their way to whatever comes after a perfect afternoon: