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The 87-year-old Most Excellent 18th Duchess of Alba (full name: Doña María del Rosario Cayetana Paloma Alfonsa Victoria Eugenia Fernanda Teresa Francisca de Paula Lourdes Antonia Josefa Fausta Rita Castor Dorotea Santa Esperanza Fitz-James Stuart y de Silva Falcó y Gurtubay) – current head of the House of Alba, who is recognized by Guinness World Records as being the most noble person on earth, holding more titles recognized by existing governments than any other noble (including Queen Elizabeth) and the ONLY person on earth who is not required to kneel before the pope – spends a day at the beach in Ibiza. (Photo: Pacific Coast News)
New details are emerging about this summer’s MOST ANTICIPATED TELEVISION EVENT (I’m dead serious, guys): Disney’s Teen Beach Movie. When a rogue wave transports a couple of surfers into an alternate dimension inhabited by characters from a classic 1960s beach musical, lovebirds Mackenzie and Brady must try to blend in until they can find a way back home. So it’s like The Wizard of Oz meets Beach Blanket Bingo meets Pleasantville meets the “Once More with Feeling” episode of Buffy, with REALLY CUTE BOYS ON THE BEACH. Watch this interview with the adorable Ross Lynch and his co-star Maia Mitchell and just try and tell me you aren’t excited. Teen Beach Movie premieres July 19 on Disney.
In captioning these pap shots of Liverpool footballer Steven Gerrard on holiday at the beach in Marbella, Spain, today, the photo agency Pacific Coast News pointed out that Gerrard was “with an older male friend” and “was careful to avoid eye contact with a topless bather as she wandered past him.” Not sure what PCN was implying – if anything – but it’s that sort of unintentional innuendo that gets rumors started. Starting here.
If you’ve ever fantasized about making out with super-hot super-twink Francisco Lachowski at a rave on a beach – and who among us hasn’t? – today is your lucky day. Jean-Baptiste Mondino directed the Brazilian supermodel in an ad for Cacharel’s new perfume, Amor Amor in a Flash, and he’s everything you dreamed about and more. And who knew Cacharel was still around? I remember I had a pair of Cacharel jeans in the 9th grade and it was a HUGE scandal when I wore them to school, because apparently BOYS didn’t wear Cacharel jeans. BOYS wore Calvin Klein, if they wore designer jeans at ALL. (Some wore Sergio Valenté, but that meant you were poor). This was the early ’80s, when designer jean culture REALLY MATTERED, of course, and my Cacharel jeans were basically my coming out announcement to the school. I wore them with pride even as I was pelted with spitballs. So, um, yay Cacharel? (via FranciscoLachowski)