We’re pretty passionate about skincare around these parts and not just because we’re total makeup junkies. Our healthcare routine may consist of eating like wild animals and nights on the couch watching 90210 re-runs (the original, obvs), but we’re solidly in the anti-cancer camp. Which is why we always, always, always wear sunscreen. But finding a good daily sunscreen isn’t exactly easy because, well, you don’t want to feel like you’re wearing sunscreen.
We were pretty pumped to learn that somewhat frat-tastic men’s mag FHM had named gender-bending model Andrej Pejic the 98th sexiest woman in the world — and so, apparently, was Andrej when he told New York Magazine about it at a book party last week. Unfortunately, as outwardly sexy as FHM might have found Andrej, [...]
For those of you who thought we were finally done with royal couple coverage, we’ve got bad news. And for those of you who (like us!) still can’t get enough, we’ve got great news. Kate Middleton, er, Princess Catherine, er, the Duchess of Cambridge and her hubby Prince William are set to appear on the July cover of Vanity Fair. And that’s not all.
There’s nothing magazines love to do more than dress up a modern day beauty as an old school icon, though it’s almost invariably Marilyn Monroe. For W’s June issue, photographer Tim Walker styled one of Hollywood’s most beautiful faces as everyone from Buster Keaton to Marlene Dietrich to Elvis — with nary a Monroe-esque pout to be seen. How refreshing!
We’ve discussed the use of lash inserts (otherwise known as false eyelashes) in mascara ads before, but while authorities in the UK say they’re a no-no, the US has much less stringent policies.
Today’s StyleDish informs us of Kate Moss‘s wedding photog, the shopping habits of dudes, and a restaurant tiara ban.
Richard Phillips — the guy who painted those celebs against luxury logo backgrounds — is at it again, this time with an arty video of Lindsay Lohan for the Venice Biennale.
This week Urban Outfitters was accused of copying a collection of necklaces from independent jewelry designer Stevie Koerner of tru.che. But were the silver state-shaped pendants with hearts punched through them even Koerner’s original design?
Target has been trying really hard to keep the details of its Missoni collaboration under wraps. But discretion be damned — we came across some photos from the campaign shoot, and we need to share them with you.
Last month Marchesa announced it would be creating a one-off version of the iconic Playboy Bunny costume to celebrate the opening of a new Playboy club in London. Now Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig‘s creation is complete, and it made its debut to an enthusiastic crowd in Britain this week.
It’s well known that Amy Poehler was a model (of sorts) when she was a teenager, but did you ever wonder how she styled herself when she wasn’t wearing glamorous candy striper outfits and headbands so wide you could use them as replacement roof tiles? A photo of the actor and comedian in her final year of high school reveals so, so much.
Because it’s made out of beef jerky, that’s how. But if you’re not in the mood for that, there are plenty of other delicious options in today’s StyleDish, including models over 30 (who still get regular work!), a little free music and the latest rumors about Pippa Middleton‘s career moves post Royal Wedding.
To catch you up to speed, Kim Kardashian is engaged to a guy who has the same name as her mom, plays in the same sports league as her brother-in-law, and is the same age as her younger sister. Kris Humphries proposed to Kim with a $2 million diamond engagement ring, and we have some new photos!
For the debut issue of Virgine Magazine, Ryan Yoon photographed models in some of the most stunning gowns we’ve seen in a while — and none of them are made from actual fabric.
The Alexander McQueen exhibit at the Met has gotten such a stellar reception that its run being extended a full week — and for a special price, the museum will even let you see it when no one else is there.
When it comes to singers with wacky style, the first name that comes to mind is Lady Gaga and the second is Rihanna. In a stroke of holiday weekend luck, the pop stars performed on dueling morning shows today. Which pantsless lady looked finest? That’s up to you to decide.
Designer Michael Angel, who just a few days ago seemed to have accused Gwen Stefani of taking credit for a dress he designed, has released a statement saying that she, in fact, did design the dress.
Oh how we love the CFDA Journal, the publication released every year for the organization’s Fashion Awards. Over the years, we’ve seen the journal feature Marc Jacobs wearing bunny ears, models wearing Marc Jacobs masks, and this year, Marc Jacobs wearing nothing at all.
Today in things that will make you go, awwwwww, British designer Christopher Kane revealed that his latest genius accessory wasn’t even a planned part of a collection. Instead, the neon colored clutches that are all the current rage started out as a kind of get well soon card for his little sister, Tammy.
Justin Bieber — lover of Family Guy bling, purveyor of perfume and sparkly nail polish — also has a thing for body art. The 17-year-old showed off his new tattoo as he frolicked in Hawaii with his girlfriend, Selena Gomez.