Jason Wu For Target Fashion For The Masses

Jason Wu For Target Fashion For The Masses: While football fans are gearing up for the Super Bowl, fashion fans may be heading to Target today, where designer Jason Wu is unveiling an affordable Parisian-inspired line that features delicate blouses, pleated skirts, handbags and clutches.

While luxury department stores can sell Jason Wu items for almost $5000, Target is selling almost 60 items, including women’s clothing and accessories, for under $60.

The collection became available Sunday morning, and already many of the items are sold out online. Continue Reading…

St-Pierre ‘Praying’ for Diaz to win at UFC 143

English: Nick Diaz at the first UFC Fan Expo i...

Volatile brawler Nick Diaz meets the heavy-handed Carlos Condit for the UFC’s interim welterweight title Saturday in a match that many mixed-martial arts fans expect to be one of the year’s finest.

But while the two fighters in this highly anticipated main event certainly deserve the attention, a shadow hovers over their shared spotlight — that of sidelined Canadian welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre.

The winner of the UFC 143 bout will face St-Pierre in his return match following reconstructive knee surgery late last year. And there’s no mistaking which fighter the longtime welterweight champion is hoping to meet.

“Every night I pray that Nick Diaz wins because that’s the fight I want,” St-Pierre told CBC during a recent phone interview from Los Angeles. “I’m going to fight the best man [either way], but I want it to be Nick Diaz.”

Diaz, the talented but mercurial former Strikeforce welterweight champ, was in line for a shot at St-Pierre’s title last October until he was a no-show at multiple press conferences, causing an irate UFC president Dana White to drop him as the No. 1 contender. White then promoted Condit, who is riding a solid four-fight winning streak, having knocked out opponents like Dan Hardy (who St-Pierre won a decision over but failed to finish) and Dong Hyun Kim. Continue Reading…

What Time Is The Super Bowl 2012

What Time Is The Super Bowl 2012: The 2012 Super Bowl takes place tonight at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana with New England Patriots vs. New York Giants kicking off at 23:25 GMT (18:25 EST).

Super Bowl XLVI will be broadcast live in the United States via NBC, while you can watch the Super Bowl in the United Kingdom via the BBC and on Sky Sports, with both broadcasters airing the big game completely live.

Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will be providing play-by-play for NBC, while Bob Costas will be involved in today’s pre-game coverage.

Just before kick-off, former American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson will sing the national anthem, while Madonna provides the entertainment for tonight’s Super Bowl half-time show. Continue Reading…