The 2012 Emmys
The clock is ticking down to the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. Will newbies Homeland and Girls crash the party and take home some gold? Will Mad Men notch up a record fifth gong for Best Drama? The most likely real winner of the day? Fashion, and lots of it. Early red carpet arrivals suggest colour and sea foam beading look set to steal the day.
Stay tuned for all the top trends from the 2012 Emmy Awards!
Feminist boot camp Femen, the publicity-loving, Ukrainian-based feminist group that has made headlines in the past year for its penchant for topless protesting, has launched its first "international training camp" in Paris. The activists plan to open similar camps in Kiev and Brazil in the run-up to the 2016 Olympic Games.
"Classical feminism is like an old sick lady that doesn't work anymore," Femen's Inna Shevchenko told The Guardian. "It's stuck in the world of conferences and books. We have the same ideas as the classical feminists; what is different is the form of fight. We fight in a way that will attract young women to the ideology again."
Congratulations to marie claire's Craig Henderson and John Roper, who survived (and dominated!) the Tough Mudder obstacle course yesterday. We salute you and your aching muscles.