The brilliant Yves Saint Laurent died yesterday at his apartment in Paris. He was 71.
This week’s issue of Época magazine looks at gays in the Brazilian military with the help of Fernando Alcântara de Figueiredo and Laci Marinho de Araújo, the country’s two first officials from the Brazilian Army to come out publicly to talk about their relationship of over ten years.
AfterElton.com announced its Hot 100 for 2008 list. I don’t think #1 is a big surprise.
Actor Malvino Salvador showed off his six-pack on late night TV.
Writer Paulo Coelho reveals in his biography that he was in three homosexual relationships.
A lost indigenous tribe was discovered in the Amazon.
The surprise smile: the New York Times magazine takes a deep look at the Tyra Banks phenomenon, and why she is destined to become the next branded self. Oprah better watch out.
Naomi Campbell was in the country over the weekend. She attended a party for Jonathan Newhouse on Friday night, and a lunch on Saturday.
Stylist Patricia Field talks about her favorite SATC outfits, while Cathy Horyn blogs about the Nina Ricci gown SJP wore to the movie premiere (which had actually been worn by someone before). Sex & The City opens in Brazil this coming Friday.
Check out the winners of the 2008 MTV Movie Awards.