Shahs of Sunset star Mercedes Javid, aka MJ, stopped by The Morning Breath today with her husband, Tommy Feight.
Zac Efron, a Zac among mere Zacks, has been single for a few months now. And it has not been easy, he recently told British newspaper The Times. “Dating is something I’ll never be able to do,” he explained. Aw, Zac, no, don’t be so hard on yourself.
Tinder has released a list of the top cities people use their Passport feature, or likeminded individuals also looking for love in a foreign place. Cities where individuals are most likely to get lots or right swipes include London, Paris, New York, and more. London, England The number one city in the world for Tinder users looking for companionship (and sure, maybe a bit of love) has long attracted jet-setters and A-listers with its glam restaurants and charming hotels. 2. Paris, France It’s one of the world’s most romantic places to propose, so it should come as no surprise that it’s one of the most popular places for Tinder Passport users.
As much as you might like to believe it, a winning personality does not a successful online dating profile make. And having a pretty face is often not enough to get you off of Match.com or OkCupid, either. In fact, a recent survey created by Tinder shows that the clothing a person is wearing in her photos holds way more importance than you may have assumed. And with 72% of men and 56.2% of women wearing basic, boring, blah getups in their pics, things don’t often bode well for those looking for love, while ignoring their own wardrobes. Since clear head shots with plenty of eye contact undeniably make the best profile pics, we’ve put together a handy guide to help you let your outfit make the perfect first impression on potential matches—no matter what persona you wish to exude on Tinder, OkCupid, or the myriad of other dating sites out there right now. Are you the artistic type? A young professional? Or do you schedule your life around your group workout classes? Just swipe (er… click?) right on through the slideshow. Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Fashion has been casually hooking up with online dating apps for a while now, but with Diesel’s foray into Tinder, the relationship’s been made official. Another features a redheaded woman with bedhead wearing a comfy sweater that’s “girlfriend material.” Both illustrate that Diesel’s in on the joke — while also poking fun at it — drawing a connection to the young demographic that views dating apps in this same accepting-slash-mocking attitude. According to Andreas Neophytou, creative director at Spring, the agency Diesel hired, the strategy came from the belief that honesty’s the new form of brave. We are a fashion brand and we can do fashion, but we can also laugh at fashion at the same time.” It’s this that seems to set Diesel apart from its competitors who are simply paying premium rates to appear on the pages of Vogue. Neophytou believes that Diesel’s “got the ability to say so much more than other brands, and I think that allows them to be in these other places, it allows them to have a point of view on different things.” A Calvin Klein ad depicting a threesome and some casual sexting.
By Cecily Kellogg My first date as an adult was in 1986. I met him through an amusing personal ad in an alternative weekly newspaper. I had to send a physical letter through the mail to respond.
Will Hiring Hot Models Convince Women That Tinder Isn’t Scummy? Dating app Tinder wants you to know that it has its users’ best interests at heart. Eh, we all make mistakes.) To spread the Super Like gospel, Tinder made a promotional video starring my favorite former Victoria’s Secret Angel Erin Heatherton and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Nina Agdal—who have definitely never had to go on Tinder, themselves, seeing as their exes are Leonardo DiCaprio and Adam Levine, respectively.
In what shall now be referred to as Tinder’s glory days, those who didn’t like it could simply delete the app from their devices and move on. Now, if you diss Tinder, there’s a decent chance it’ll attempt to take you down publicly on Twitter.
By Rachel Strugatz Calvin Klein is betting on sexting and Tinder to help fuel the next iteration of its #mycalvins campaign. “Hahah a light threesome never hurt anyone ☺ ☺ ☺” reads the corresponding text message box alongside one of fiveCalvin Klein Jeans campaign images, a gritty black-and-white photo of two women lounging beside a shirtless man, made to look like it was shot moments before engaging in the suggested act. Related: Alexander Wang, Balenciaga Said Parting Ways “Our past campaigns have been more image-driven and this one was about starting a conversation through provocation,” Melisa Goldie, Calvin Klein Inc. chief marketing officer, told WWD about the next phase of #mycalvins campaign that hits today.
Stop hanging around outside of film sets and award shows in the hopes of meeting your celebrity crush—your best bet might just be online dating. Following last weekend’s rumors that modelizer Leonardo “Leonard” DiCaprio has an active Tinder profile, Hilary Duff has revealed that she’s recently become a convert to the hookup dating app. The recently single mom, 27, was first outed Saturday when Reddit user tand33 posted a screengrab of what looked like Duff’s Tinder profile, under the headline “I found Lizzy McGuire” (sp, of course—it’s obviously spelt ‘Lizzie.’) After the photo was thoroughly scrutinized by commenters—some doubters, others, firm believers—the Duffster admitted to a Los Angeles radio morning show, Tuesday, that she is, in fact, on Tinder. “I was sitting with my friends one night at the house and we were joking around. What’s the worst that could happen?” (To answer that last question: A lot.) When you’re the girl who starred opposite Frankie Muniz in Agent Cody Banks and sang the theme songs for Laguna Beach and My Super Sweet 16, dating in the modern age isn’t always easy.