While there’s no shortage of advice out there telling women what to wear for New Year’s Eve, the menfolk are a little less covered. Which is why we thought we’d check in with one guy who does New Year’s for a living: Fox News’ Bill Hemmer. We chatted with the anchor about his hosting prep, whether it takes him or Megyn Kelly longer to get ready, and why Australian-made rubber soles are so very important.
There is absolutely nothing more beloved by the fashion world than a little controversy — and 2011 served it up in droves. All year long the industry argued about models who were too young or too androgynous, and produced photos that were accused of glorifying gluttony — or not eating enough. Add in a few lawsuits, a social revolution, a healthy pinch of racism, and some commercialized gender stereotyping, and you’ve got a year that won’t be forgotten any time soon.
We don’t know what we love more: her eyebrows, the geometric print on her dress in the second slide, or her perfectly frosted lips in the third.
Happy New Year’s Eve eve! And in the spirit of the upcoming holiday and your undoubtedly awesome plans, we’ve put together a StyleDish dedicated to making your last night of 2011 the best night of the year.
Drake‘s life story isn’t exactly rags to riches — more like wealth to more wealth, really — but we didn’t have a clear picture of just how much money this kid has until he designed a jacket so expensive it could pretty easily ruin your credit.
The Fanning sisters are having a very good February. 13-year-old Elle posed for a sunny pic on the cover of Teen Vogue, while Dakota landed a close-up on ELLE UK.
Clothes are great, but what’s even greater is when they’re worn for a great occasion or to make a statement. So most of this year’s top fashion moments weren’t just great outfits — they were great events. Whether the garments and accessories (and the people who wore them) included on this list broke records, became cultural institutions or inspired great art, they all looked damn good doing it.
While we weren’t the biggest fans of Emma Watson’s ad for Lancome’s Midnight Rose fragrance, we’re excited to see that the brand brought her back to be the face of their new lipstick line, Rouge in Love.
We love a good year end list because of how handily they remind us of all the things that made this particular year great — but sometimes they let us know about things we missed altogether. Such is the case with New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn‘s year in fashion roundup, which includes a photo of L’Uomo Vogue editor Giovanna Battaglia looking stunning at the Cannes Film Festival.
Alessandra Ambrosio announced on Wednesday that she was four months pregnant, which means she was a little over two months along when she walked in the annual Victoria’s Secret fashion show. And though she managed to keep it a secret from both the audience and viewers worldwide, she apparently kept the news from everyone at Victoria’s Secret as well — despite concerns that she’d be able to fit the clothes at all.
Congratulations are in order for your favorite 90s basketball player: Over the holidays, Michael Jordan asked his longtime model girlfriend Yvette Prieto to marry him, and she said yes!
We’ve heard of our fair share of strange beauty treatments, but this pachyderm pedicure might just take the cake.
For those of you who had written off Target’s Missoni collection as one of the most poorly executed collaborations of all time, there’s good news ahead! Those long forsaken orders may in fact get filled — and for free!
If you’re anywhere near as obsessed as we are and you want to be alerted the very second Beyonce‘s child draws its first breath, you probably have a Google alert set for “Beyonce gives birth” or “Beyonce delivers baby.” Turns out, there’s a very simple way to tell if The Birth We’ve All Been Waiting For has happened yet.
Kim Jong-un‘s haircut may have captivated North Korea, but Women’s Wear Daily isn’t impressed.
It’s pretty cool that Tony Bennett’s naked sketch of Lady Gaga sold for an astronomical amount of cash, but it’s not that surprising. The absolutely coolest thing about today’s StyleDish, though, is the fact that Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt taped themselves singing a duet. Consider yourself warned: severe cuteness ahead.
We’re the first to admit that we have a pretty transparently giant girl crush on Elle Fanning, but this behind-the-scenes video of her shoot for Teen Vogue just added fuel to the fire.
Naming products is a tricky business, but it’s fairly easy to come up with something that doesn’t seem horribly racist. Or so we thought.