>> IN THE LOOKING GLASS — While we still don't know which model graces the September 2008 cover of Vogue Paris, we do have what's rumored to be a peek inside: Raquel Zimmermann, snapped by Ryan McGinley. Everything seems copacetic — the photog, the model — until you get to the shot with Raquel wearing bright orange Crocs. Hmmm. [Gold Digger, Gold Digger]
Rocker mama Sheryl Crow couldn't have asked for a better looking stud to pal around with. Her main man Wyatt Crow is turning into quite a looker with chubby lil cheeks, knowing eyes, and sandy blond hair. If I didn't know any better, I'd think this little boy was a clone of his adoring mommy.
Not one to shy away from noteworthy causes, the mama dressed her tot in a tee that reads, "Save some green for me! Drive a Hybrid"! Paired with some colorful madras shorts and some sporty blue Cayman Crocs, this tyke looks ready to soak up the sun.
McCain: Obama Will Take Away Your Crocs
So to speak. In his Denver, CO, town hall meeting moments ago, Sen. John McCain, said that the trade policies of Sen. Barack Obama, will hurt the ability of Americans to sell to foreign markets those weird trendy plastic "Crocs." McCain said, "building barriers to Crocs or any American company's access to foreign markets will have a devastating effect on our economy and jobs, and the prosperity of American families."
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I wish there was an ounce of me that thought Croc shoes were cool. I never quite succumbed to the Croc shoes mania that ensued a few years ago, but I did get a pair, just to fit in with those (my entire family) that had them. The people that do look adorable wearing Crocs are little kids, who would also look super-cute sporting one of these Croc cell-phone cases. SlashGear notes that these cases are set to be released in Europe on May 1. Colors will include black, silver, red, grape, fuchsia, celery, cotton candy, and turquoise and will cost around $15 each.