Entries in Time Magazine (6)


Olsen Twins, Heidi Klum, Farrah Fawcett Among Time's Fashion Icons

Cindy Ord/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- What do Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have in common with Heidi Klum and Farrah Fawcett?  They are all included on Time magazine's list of the "All-Time 100 Fashion Icons."

The Olsen twins, who starred on Full House before becoming fashionistas, are mentioned for their many fashion lines, beginning with a Walmart line that debuted when they were just 12.  Time also notes that while they were in college they "popularized the 'boho chic' look with a layered mix of high- and low-end clothes, chunky jewelry and oversized sunglasses."

Klum is cited for her modeling career and her "serious business savvy" as host and executive producer of Project Runway

The late Farrah Fawcett is applauded for her trademark blond hairstyle on Charlie's Angels as well as the famous poster of her wearing a red bathing suit.

The Beatles, Gisele Bundchen, Cindy Crawford, Audrey Hepburn, Katharine Hepburn, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson and Madonna are among the other celebrities on the list.

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Kim Kardashian, Charlie Sheen Among 'Time's' 'People Who Mattered'

Don Arnold/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Whether you like her or not, it was hard to ignore Kim Kardashian this year. She was one of the "People Who Mattered" in 2011, according to Time magazine, which writes Kardashian, "isn't the first socialite to parlay notoriety into a paycheck, but she might have perfected the process."

Charlie Sheen also made Time's list for his epic meltdown that led to his firing from the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men. Time notes, "For the first half of 2011, it seemed you couldn't go anywhere without someone yelling 'Winning!' or 'Tiger blood!'"

Other entertainers on Time's "People Who Mattered" list include Saturday Night Live and Bridesmaids star Kristen Wiig; comedian Louis CK; actor and activist Mark Ruffalo; South Park and The Book of Mormon creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone; Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan; and author George R.R. Martin, whose book series A Song of Ice and Fire was the inspiration for HBO's Game of Thrones.

Time has named "The Protester" as its Person of the Year.

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Hollywood Stars Make Time's 'Most Influential' List

Oprah Winfrey/ABC News(LOS ANGELES) -- Time magazine has come out with its list of the 100 most influential people in the world for 2011 and, as you may have guessed, plenty of folks from the world of show business made the cut.

Amy Poehler, Colin Firth, Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, Blake Lively, Oprah Winfrey, Alice in Wonderland star Mia Wasikowska, Pixar chief John Lasseter, Mark Wahlberg and Glee star Chris Colfer are the Hollywood movers and shakers cited on the list.

Time says of the honorees, "Their ideas spark dialogue and dissent and sometimes even revolution."

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Lady Gaga's Meat Dress Named Biggest Fashion Statement by 'Time'

Photo Courtesy - Kevin Winter/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- It made headlines all over the world, and now Lady Gaga's infamous meat dress has made it to the pages of Time magazine.  The dress, which she wore to the MTV Video Music Awards, has been named Time's number one Fashion Statement of 2010.

The magazine wrote, "If making fashion statements is your [thing], it's easy to get bored.  Exploding bra?  Flamed out.  Dress made of bubbles?  Please.  Using your hair as a bow?  Not again.  But a dress made of meat -- with shoes, hat and purse to match -- well, that's fresh."

Gaga also made Time's list of People Who Mattered in 2010, along with the likes of Pope Benedict, Steve Jobs, Barack Obama, Sarah Palin, Nancy Pelosi, LeBron James, the cast of Glee, Sandra Bullock, Betty White and Justin Bieber.

Writing about Gaga, Time said, "Her ability to weave fashion, choreography, visual art and a wide variety of pop-based musical styles into one...made her not only a household name but a pop icon."

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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Named Person of the Year by 'Time'

Photo Courtesy - PR Newswire/Time Magazine(NEW YORK) -- Time magazine has named Mark Zuckerberg, the 26-year-old billionaire founder of Facebook, its Person of the Year.

"In less than seven years, Zuckerberg wired together a twelfth of humanity in a single network...It's a permanent fact of our global social reality.  We have entered the Facebook age, and Mark Zuckerberg is the man who brought us here," Time writes in its profile.

Since the distinction began in 1927, the magazine chooses the person every year who "has done the most to change the news, for better or worse."  It has also selected groups of people, devices, and famously, even You...representing a new population contributing content online.

Runners-up this year included the Tea Party, Julian Assange, Hamid Karzai and the 33 Chilean Miners.

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Director ‘Speechless’ as 'Toy Story 3' Named Best Picture by 'Time'

Photo Courtesy -- Panini America(HOLLYWOOD) – Lee Unkrich, director of Toy Story 3, tweeted Thursday that he was ‘speechless’ after his film was named the best film of 2010 by Time magazine, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Time's Richard Corliss said the honor should be an example to other filmmakers. "Why are Pixar films so often at or near the top of annual best-picture lists? Because, we say with some exasperation, nobody these days makes better movies,” he wrote. “But the movie's most important lesson is for Hollywood: Watch this and see how it's done."

Previous awards for Unkrich include three shared Annie Awards for Finding Nemo, Monsters, Inc. and Toy Story 2.

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