This is the Best Slow-Motion Wedding Video Set to ‘Blurred Lines’ EVER (You have to watch it!)

I’m a sucker for wedding videos. Ones that include touching speeches, wacky father-daughter dance sequences, wedding party dance sequences – you name it. However, this particular video has been making the rounds today – and for good reason.

The guys over at Super Frog Saves Tokyo (haha, love the name) put together this video compilation of the slow motion video booth they set up at the wedding of Quang and Ellie. I mean, what kinds of things could happen at a slow motion booth? Watch the video – and you’ll be pleasantly amused.

And hopefully you aren’t sick of this year’s summer anthem “Blurred Lines” just yet, but it’s the perfect song choice for the things that go down in this video.


Quang + Ellie: Slow Motion Booth from Super Frog Saves Tokyo on Vimeo.

California Likes their Porn Young and Asian; Kentucky Loves Hentai


Yes, you read that headline right.

There was a recent statistical analysis of the search terms that appeared on porn streaming site Pornhub – and the most popular search terms for the sunny state of California were “Asian” with “teen” and “massage” following not too far behind. In Kentucky, interestingly enough, “hentai” was the most popular search term.

You’ll also find that Mississippi spends the most time on the site (averaging in at 12 minutes), while Rhode Island came in last, spending under ten minutes.

While the analysis is quite interesting, I’m really curious about the fascination behind “creampie” in a good number of these states, as well as Nevada’s fascination with one particular porn star, Anita Queen.

What do you think, readers?

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RED CARPET PHOTOS: Freida Pinto Dazzles at 2013 Venice International Film Festival

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Audrey’s former cover girl takes to the red carpet on Thursday for the premiere of Miu Miu’s “Womens’ Tales” at the 2013 Venice International Film Festival.

Miu Miu has been collaborating with Venice Days to present this film showcase for women, by women – all to celebrate the voices of female creativity. Two films premiered at the showcase: “Le Donne delle Vucciria” (from Palestinian actress Hiam Abbass) and Ava DuVernay’s “The Door” (who was the first African American woman to win Best Director at Sundance).

Fashion house Miu Miu had stated that the series “Womens’ Tales” was to showcase “the need to stimulate reflection on women’s experiences” in all aspects of the film industry, “so they can put their heads together and share their thoughts on the nature of that ‘special something,’ so vibrant and so different, that a woman’s gaze can bring to the creation of a work of art.”

In conjunction with the two films, there will also be a series of talks with women in the industry. Pinto will appear on the panel “The Creativity of Producing” with Jules Daly, producer of “The Door,” Sue Kroll, President of Worldwide Marketing and International Distribution for Warner Bros. Pictures, and Michelle Dockery, star of Downtown Abbey on August 31st.

Catherine Ryu and Simon Miller Named New Creative Directors at Citizens of Humanity


Citizens of Humanity recently announced the brand new creative directors of their mens and womenswear respectively – Simon Miller and Catherine Ryu. Miller will head up the men’s design beginning with the Fall 2014 season, while women’s head designer Ryu (who began with Citizens of Humanity in Fall 2012) will begin her tenure in the Summer and Fall 2014 seasons.

Founder and CEO Jerome Dahan stated, “Creativity is a collaborative process and we are interested in building the strongest possible design team to continue to push the brand forward and bring great product to our customers. Simon and Catherine have a deep understanding and appreciation of denim, a sophisticated taste level and an understanding of how to fully build a brand and its image. Working with both of them to further develop the Citizens of Humanity brand, for men’s and women’s, is exciting for me and Adriano Goldschmied.”

President Amy Williams also added, “As we continue to build our brand in the US and International markets, it’s critical to have the strongest possible design team that can lead both the product effort and overall creative direction of the company. Jerome has been a leader in advancing the premium denim market and in launching two great brands while Adriano is, and has been, a major pioneer in the industry. By building the talent and leadership in our design team it will allow us to further advance our products, our direct to consumer experience and build the brand in the Global Markets. Over the last year, we have been focused on our branding efforts and this Fall we are launching our e-commerce platform, a new retail partner program and opening our first freestanding store in Japan. It is an exciting time for the brand, especially with this fresh talent on the team.”

Ryu was born in South Korea and raised in Toronto, Canada. She studied fashion design at Ryerson University where she was recruited to Club Monaco, later working at Urban Outfitters and Calvin Klein Jeans. Ryu is passionate about denim – the fabric, the wash development, and the overall process of making jeans – and joined the Gap where she learned to merchandise and better understand how important it is to create a product that sells. After developing her career in premium denim in NYC, Ryu moved to Los Angeles for a position at AG Adriano Goldschmied. After seven years at AG, she went on to Citizens of Humanity, where she would work alongside the original trailblazers of premium denim, Adriano Goldschmied and Jerome Dahan.

About Citizens of Humanity
Established in 2003, Citizens of Humanity has captivated the fashion world with a rigorous commitment to cutting edge denim styling, comfort and fit without compromise. With over 25 years of experience in the denim industry, founder Jerome Dahan, is a true visionary and the first to bring the concept of luxury designer denim to the global marketplace. Citizens of Humanity designs, markets and produces more than one million pairs of jeans annually in an internal laundry facility to ensure the product is unparalleled. Citizens of Humanity is distributed in over 1300 retailers in more than 35 countries including high-end specialty boutiques such as Curve, Fred Segal, Scoop, Madison and Anthropologie; online at and as well as in luxury department stores Barneys New York, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale’s. For more information, please visit

Counting Down to LA Food and Wine 2013’s Asian Night Market: Thi Tran of Starry Kitchen

Asian Night Market at this year’s Los Angeles Food and Wine Festival is quite the studded spectacular. Hosted by popular Japanese chef Masaharu Morimoto, the event will attempt to re-create the same flavors and experience of night markets in Asia, ranging from Taipei to Kuala Lumpur. The 25 restaurants that will be participating will include high-end established eateries, as well as mom-and-pop spots. Admission to the event will include food and drinks.

We got to have a quick chat with Thi Tran of Starry Kitchen – check it out below! For more info about the event, click here.

1. What’s the sexiest dish you’ve ever served/prepared and why – is there a story behind it?

Hmmm. Depends on what you want. Hot and spicy or do you want silky and slippery? Sounds dirty, but it’s how I think. I think the dessert I created for the Marijuana Dinners I collaborated w/ Chef Laurent Quenioux on- the Osmanthus Panna Cotta w/ red wine poached Asian pear. It’s silky, lightly sweet with a hint of floral essence because of the Osmanthus flower petals infused into the cream. It melts in your mouth, and is really good with the Asian pear too.

2. What was the last best thing you ate (and where was it)?

Hot pot at Boiling Point. I just love hot pot in any form. It’s something about tasty hot broth with meat I really love . It’s just fun and gets me excited. So satisfying.

3. Your-go-to recipe for an end-of-summer party?

Even though I make Asian food, I have a thing for homemade corn dogs. Just love hot dogs or spicy links, and always taste better when you make the batter yourself.

4. What’s your food guilty pleasure?

So many, but I have a thing for Slurpees and Kit Kats. I can’t explain it, but it’s just too tasty.

5. (If you have been to Asia) Where was your favorite place to eat and why?

HK or Taiwan street food. I love curry fish balls from the streets of HK, and love the stinky tofu in Taiwan. It taste different than the States. Love it, LOVE IT!!!

This Watch is the Perfect Gift for the Architect in Your Life

I’m always on the lookout for interesting and unique pieces – and I’ve recently grown fond one finding some quirky arm gear. Low and behold – I’ve found something cool to add to my collection: these lovely watches with architect inspired faces!

The Architects Collection is inspired by minimalist black and white patterns and the beauty of architectural drawings. This unisex collection also features a new shape: a stainless steel-cased rectangular face with a matte rubber band. The Architect Collection watches will retail for $49 each. You can get them at May28th’s site here.

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Catch our Summer Cover Girl Rinko Kikuchi in ’47 Ronin’ Trailer

The trailer is finally out for the long awaited ’47 Ronin’, the American adaptation of the real-life story of a group of samurai seeking to avenge their master. Keanu Reeves stars as an outcast who joins a band of ronin (samurai without a master or lord), led by Hiroyuki Sanada. Other actors rounding out the cast are Rinko Kikuchi, Koh Shibasaki, and Asano Tadanobu.

The Walking Dead’s Glenn and Maggie Caught in an Animated Liplock

Are you going through The Walking Dead withdrawls like we are? Here’s a treat for you: Entertainment Weekly released an animated GIF of co-stars Steven Yeun (Glenn) and Lauren Cohan (Maggie) sharing a romantic (and quite sexy) moment. The two will appear at the TWD panel at Comic-Con this Friday – where we’ll also see a new trailer for Season 4.


The Daily SHAG | Lee Jong-suk and Kim Won-bin for Trugen

Hands down, Lee Jong Suk and Kim Won Bin are two of my favorite rising young stars at the moment – and also my favorite celebrity bromance. The pair first worked together in the 2013 relaunch of School and since then, have been an inseparable pair, appearing in CFs and editorials together. The two recently worked together on a commercial for OB Beer – and have teamed up again for clothing brand Trugen.

Two dreamy Korean actors are definitely better than one. I welcome the slew of more bromantic projects between the Jongsuk and Wonbin couple. Enjoy the pictures of their Trugen campaign below!