Martha Stewart has always been on top of trends, often setting them herself. Before she became a social media star (and landed a show with Snoop Dogg) she was known as a pioneer in the print magazine business.
Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg go together like peanut butter and jelly, like milk and cookies, like chips and salsa, like a burger and fries. Basically, they're the duo we need in these dark and trying times.
It could be argued that 2016 is some kind of fever dream concocted in Willy Wonka's gondola tunnel. One of the things we all need to accept is that Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have collaborated to create a weekly "potluck dinner party" that will air on VH1. And we all need to be grateful.
"Martha!" gasped 9-year-old Madeline Zakarian in awe, as Martha Stewart walked into one of the test kitchens in one of her many headquarters, located along the Hudson River in Manhattan. Everyone else sitting in the kitchen-slash-studio agreed with that sentiment. Seeing Martha Stewart in person can have that effect.
Imagine an anti-aging cream so good it turns grown-ups back into children. Last week, Kiehl's and Paramount teamed up to promote Zoolander 2 ahead of its Feb. 12 launch with a real-life "Derek Zoolander Center for People Who Don't Age Good." A play on the first movie's "Derek Zoolander's Center for Kids Who Can't Read Good," the experiential stunt—temporarily set up in New York's West Village—offered visitors a ridiculous tutorial at the hands of (naturally) male models.
More than a thousand people packed the Waldorf Astoria Monday for the 2015 Matrix Awards. Now in its 45th year, the event honors extraordinary women who have made an impact on the communications industry.
Celebrities and executives ushered in this year's award season out West, while media's old guard mingled back East. Take a look at photos from some of the biggest events this […]
Robot butlers just didn't quite catch on this week, even after one took a picture with Martha Stewart. It's a dream concept, and it seems ripe for a social explosion—a humanoid robot that can serve your home and discover your "deepest, darkest fears," according to the manufacturer, which constructed an elaborate digital campaign for the service droid.