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There seem to be just two words on the minds of beauty marketers these days: Kate Moss. First the super landed a big money, in-the-buff campaign with St. Tropez, and now Kérastase has announced that she will front the ads for its debut styling line, Couture Styling. Read on to see if you think Ms. Moss’ locks get the job done.
Because now you can!
What happens when you take the glamour of The Great Gatsby and put it in the hands of Terry Richardson? Well, this, apparently.
The Cannes Film festival shows the movies we can’t stop talking about, and celebrates the stars who outshine even themselves year after year (see: Nicole Kidman and Paz Vega, for a start). Today, it was refreshing to see a group of girls, nascent in their Hollywood lives, take to a red carpet like seasoned pros.
After telling the USA Today that this year’s Punk: Chaos to Couture Met Gala was “so un-fun”, and complaining that she “did not enjoy it at all”, Gwyneth Paltrow has sent a ‘look how much fun my life is’ newsletter to her GOOP fans, complete with Instagram-like snaps of her prepping for the evening.
Last night the Lexington Avenue Armory, the venue that usually plays host to blockbuster fashion shows like Marc Jacobs and Victoria’s Secret, was transformed into a night club by Versace’s leather-clad denizens for the launch of the newly-revamped Versus line. The event showcased J.W. Anderson’s capsule collection for the house, along with the stable of “seasonless” looks inspired by iconic pieces of decades past. See it all here in its cropped, slashed, gender-bending glory, plus get a look at some of the unlikely attendees.
For starters, Eva Mendes is so beautiful it hurts. Secondly, we were especially taken with her red carpet-to-casual transition of the head wrap. See how you can score Eva’s look (sorry, her beauty secrets are not included) with these accessible options.
Summertime is all about manicures, pedicures, vibrant colors, and glowing skin from head to toe. The latest seasonal collections from top makeup brands feature loads of new shades to get you ready for the season ahead. We’re sure you’ll find plenty of new favorites to take up residence in your makeup bag and on your bathroom counter. Click on to PopSugar Beauty to see all the great stuff in store.
What do Miley Cyrus, Lena Dunham, Gwyneth Paltrow, and these two unlucky partygoers have in common? No, we’re not talking about internet haters. We’re talking about Valentino‘s strapless bow back jumpsuit, which which the salespeople at Saks Fifth Avenue seem have gotten very good at getting into the hands (and closets) of celebs.
We here at Styleite adore Emma Watson, but her ensemble at today’s photocall for The Bling Ring left us feeling a tad uninspired. On the other hand, she could totally give Anne Hathaway some pointers on how to wear darts without inciting a torrent of internet comments focused on one’s nipples. So at least there’s that.
The Kate Middleton Effect has shrunken handbags and nearly shuttered a British design house, but the next movement in celeb-started trends is something a bit more serious. This week, Angelina Jolie covers TIME magazine, and the feature explores her recent decision to undergo preventative double mastectomies.
And here we thought Carey Mulligan and Nicole Kidman were going to have all the fashion fun in the French Riviera this week.
We may all want to while away the hours prancing from one sample sale to the next, or loading our virtual shopping carts with an entire season’s worth of new duds. Of course, real life (and even realer bank accounts) get in the way. The Goods, our new curated daily feature, delivers one stand-out steal hand-selected for your quick and easy shopping pleasure. Today’s find: a Charles Albert cuff for superheroes, fashion icons, and you
Clever AND charitable!
We haven’t heard much about Rihanna’s fashion-centric reality show since the news broke that it would premiere stateside this year, despite poor ratings across the pond, but today a press release landed in our inbox with another big name tied to the series: Pharrell Williams.
Fragrance reviews are silly, but sometimes, fragrance marketing is even sillier. What do “playful pastimes” and “nostalgia” really smell like? So from now on, we’ll be crowdsourcing our own fragrance reviews. Read on to find out what our office thought about the latest sample to land on our desk. This week, we’re testing out Prada Infusion d’Iris
Photocall attire is fine and dandy (especially when it’s as good as today’s offerings), but the real action from the Cannes Film Festival doesn’t start until the first star hits the red carpet at the Opening Ceremony. And tonight’s is shaping up to be a stunning showing — even if the dresses are in danger of getting a little drenched in the downpour.
Christy and Calvin; Calvin and Christy. Has there ever been a brand/model relationship more indelible and iconic than this? Today, the house announced that they would be reviving it once again for their fall 2013 underwear campaign, with the 44-year-old super posing for the lens of Mario Sorrenti on location in Vieques, Puerto Rico. In light of this news (which warms the cockles of our ’90s-loving hearts), we’re taking a trip down memory lane and looking back at some of the most memorable images of the past 25 years, ever since Irving Penn first shot Christy for Calvin back in 1988.
It’s no secret, kids can be mean. In recent years, there’s been a lot of talk about teenage bullying — which has become quite an issue — and how to stop it. But not too many people have been particularly vocal about girls bullying girls, even though anyone who’s survived middle school can attest to just how mean girls can be.
Cara Delevingne is many things, but subtle is not one of them. Earlier this month, the model was photographed with a suspicious baggie of white powder falling — nay, flying — out of her bag, and in the new campaign video for YSL’s Baby Doll Mascara, she’s caught sneaking away from a party for not one, but two girl-on-girl trysts. And this is all after a tabletop makeout and some serious faux-PDA with a pair of suited-up dudes back inside. Anyone else intrigued enough to take this mascara for a spin?