alicia silverstone

  • Alicia Silverstone opens up about playing the anti-housewife in 'American Woman'

    According to Silverstone, her "American Woman" character has a trait that everyone can learn from.

  • Alicia Silverstone is divorcing husband of nearly 13 years

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Alicia Silverstone is divorcing her husband of nearly 13 years.

  • Alicia Silverstone Splits From Husband Christopher Jarecki After 12 Years of Marriage

    The 'Clueless' star's rep revealed the longtime couple's separation on Monday, ET can confirm

  • Alicia Silverstone's Halloween costume is pretty brilliant

    Alicia Silverstone dressed as her iconic 'Clueless' character for Halloween recently.

  • Alicia Silverstone Poses Nude for PETA to Protest Wool

    Alicia Silverstone would rather go naked than wear wool. “If you’re trying to avoid wool, why not make that leap?” she suggests in a related video that’s part of PETA’s new #WoolFreeWinter campaign. The biggest thing that people always say to me is, ‘Oh, but they just shear the sheep! They don’t kill the sheep.’” The video then cuts to graphic images of sheep being tortured for their wool, the very fabric that’s in the sweater you are probably wearing right now.

  • How Clueless Changed The World (Or At Least Pop Culture)

    Twenty years ago this week, Amy Heckerling’s Clueless opened, introducing America to the candy-colored, pop-grunge Beverly Hills world of Cher Horowitz (Alicia Silverstone), a deceptively air-headed teen fashionista (who chided her mugger for not knowing who Alaïa was, and her sidekicks Dionne (Stacey Dash) and Tai (Brittany Murphy, RIP). Very few teen movies before or since (Grease, The Breakfast Club, Heathers, Mean Girls) have gone as far in nailing the youth zeitgeist of a decade or spawning lines that are still freely quoted by people who were only five years old when the film came out. Sure, The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, and Heathers all boasted incredible clothes (the long skirts! the shoulderpads!), but Clueless was the first film to make a winkingly self-conscious fetish out of fashion, dropping references hard and fast to not only Alaïa but Calvin Klein, Fred Segal and the “ensembly challenged.” Cher even computer-matches her outfits in some extremely Internet 1.0 version of Asos or Pinterest.