We learned a lot about Making Things with Our Hands this year.
Can they have it all? Did they decide the presidential election? It's been a confusing year for the large, diverse, yet frequently generalized-about group that is women.
We really learned a lot in 2012. Now it's time to put it all to good use.
Every major cultural and political event ends up on someone's nails nowadays. The results aren't always pretty.
From Gen. Petraeus to John Travolta, this year saw a lot of allegations (and some confirmations) of bad behavior by the famous and powerful.
The queen surveyed gold bars, corgis, and swamp monsters with the same implacable gaze.
A royal retrospective: babies, bangs, big hats, and, um, those unfortunate naked photos.
A big year for women in politics. But in business, the numbers barely budged.
A new year is upon us, meaning it's time to find NEW ways to be ironically fashionable. Update your closet with this handy trend guide.
The vast majority of the population has no medical reason to shun gluten other than a seemingly fancy way of going "low-carb." Because it's not like Atkins is still cool.
She drank. She danced. For all we know, she Instagrammed.
Kate Middleton and the cast of Teen Mom have something in common. They generated some of the most pregnancy speculation of any celebs this year, as measured by mentions on tabloid covers.
This year, science has taught us that TV causes breakups, but nasal spray could prevent them.
This year, the 18 to 30 set was blamed for destroying everything from the military to the beef industry. And just about everything else.
Jumpsuits are just about the most amusing thing anyone can wear in public. When celebrities and fashion designers get involved? All hell breaks loose. Let's review the best and worst jumpsuits of 2012.
May these enormously amusing, super-fun fashion movements continue well into 2013 and beyond. (Except for two gaudy trends that need to die.)