• Emmy Gifts You Can Use: Cupcake Sushi

    These delicacies from Cupcake Sushi may look exactly like sushi, but they certainly don't taste like it! They're actually mini cupcakes, made of chocolate, frosting, cake and other sweets. It's a fun…   See the Image

  • Emmy Gifts You Can Use: Angela Bassett with Goodies From the Artisan Group

    Angela Bassett, Emmy nominated for American Horror Story, was intrigued by items from The Artisan Group, a clever company that carefully curates an extensive collection of handcrafted jewelry, spa…   See the Image

  • Emmy Gifts You Can Use: Hang With the Stars at Bali's Alila Villas

    Stars like Lena Dunham, Jeff Daniels, Jon Hamm, Peter Dinklage, Kristen Wiig, Jane Lynch, Mark Ruffalo, Paul Giamatti, Jimmy Fallon, Robin Wright, Anthony Bourdain, Melissa McCarthy, Jessica…   See the Image

  • Emmy Gifts You Can Use: Alicia Witt With Soniclear

    TV stars like Alicia Witt (Justified) are always looking for ways to improve their skin, especially since the invention of HD broadcasting. So they're thrilled to be introduced to the Soniclear from…   See the Image

  • A look at his famous, landmark homes featured in films, from the sexy James Bond pad in "Diamonds Are Forever" to the cult classic crib in "The Big Lebowski."   See the Gallery

  • Final Set Design. The cliffside home of Iron Man billionaire Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) was heavily influenced by John Lautner's glass and concrete ideas, according to concept artist Phil…   See the Image

  • The Chemosphere: Built for $140,000 in 1960, the 2,200-square-foot octagonal one-story is perhaps Lautner's most recognizable structure. It starred in the 1964 episode "The Duplicate Man"…   See the Image

  • Schaffer House: Another Living Room. Built in 1949, the midcentury clear-heart redwood, glass and red brick home embraced by oak trees showcases Lautner's mastery of indoor-outdoor living in the…   See the Image

  • Schaffer House: Built in 1949, the midcentury clear-heart redwood, glass and red brick home embraced by oak trees showcases Lautner's mastery of indoor-outdoor living in the Southern California. Used…   See the Image

  • Garcia House: Built on Point Dume in 1972, this 3,650-square-foot post-and-beam Malibu hide-away is on a secluded acre of land. It's simply gorgeous, with sandstone floors (heated!),…   See the Image