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Salma, Patton, and Aitor


Just Like Us: Salma Hayek’s email account is significantly less glamorous than this picture. [Gawker]

Lots of Screaming: Patton Oswalt informs us that fatherhood is a lot like Crank: High Voltage. Good to know there’s still graphic sex. [Myspace]

Behind the Mask: A closer look at C.P. Company, courtesy of Aitor Throup. [SwipeLife]

Top of the Pile: Tribeca’s finest short films are surprisingly light on car chases. [Vulture]

Salma, Saynt, and Antonio


Glamour Shots: Mark Ecko’s crew rounds up Salma Hayek’s greatest hits. [Complex]

I Want Your Skulls: Saynt & co visit a goth jeweler in Teaneck, NJ. For once, we are not jealous at all. [FashionIndie]

That Takes Grapes: Antonio Banderas buys a winery, which pretty much explains Shrek 3. [Luxist]

Spring Forward: A web entrepreneurs spring essentials, including Persol and braided belts. [The Moment]

Assembly Lines, Pocket Squares, and Salma Forever


Certified Classic: Salma Hayek—still beautiful, still badass. [Camel Tap]

British Invasion: Save your pence—Topman will arrive any day [DNRNews]

These Nike Canvas Lows Are Kinda Awesome: That is all. [Hypebeast]

Pocket Protector: The history of the pocket square revealed. [Art of Manliness]

Putting It Together: Assembly, the omnisexual store from one of the creators of Scout, is picking up all kinds of press. [We Are The Market]

Misunderestimating: President George W. Bush tells French President Nicholas Sarkozy of his wife, Carla Bruni, "I can see why you married her". Apparently his degree from Yale was in stating the obvious. [BBC]

Hanging In There: The tie is dead? Go tell it to CBS. [A Continuous Lean]

Fairy Tale

  • Jared Paul Stern


Filling Salma Hayek's shoes—or whatever—is no easy task. But here at Kempt our Locks are off to Eva Mendes for her yeoman's work on Campari's new calendar for 2008. While Salma's sexy sortie was cinematic in nature, Italian photographer Marino Parisotto staged Eva in a series of fairly tale-inspired vignettes on location in the quaint town of Rosignano, with help from designers like Roberto Cavalli, Alberta Ferretti and Elie Saab.

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