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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.
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?
Cara Delevingne‘s ubiquity has earned her more than a few Kate Moss comparisons, and now there might be one more parallel to add to the list. The 20-year-old was snapped by paparazzi in London this weekend dropping what The Sun refers to as “a packet of mysterious white powder.” It could have been cocaine, it could have been baking powder (she has taken up cooking recently, after all), and while there’s no way to know for sure, H&M is conducting a thorough investigation into the matter, since the model currently fronts their Divided campaign.
Looks like we’re not the only ones who couldn’t get enough of Jourdan Dunn‘s cooking show for Jay-Z‘s “Life + Times” network. She’s back for season two (or series two, as the London-born model calls it) and from what we can gather from the just-released sneak peek, we’re in for some major treats this time around — and we’re not just talking about stuff like her signature chicken wings and jerk pork.
The Kids Choice Awards may have managed to get Kristen Stewart to ditch her converse on Saturday night, and stars may have stepped out in their red carpet finest all the way from NYC to Vienna, but none of these fêtes could hold a candle to the glamour Karl Lagerfeld and co. brought to Monte Carlo for the Bal de la Rose du Rocher this weekend.
We don’t totally buy that the ladies of the night trolling the streets of Paris are buying their lingerie at Louis Vuitton, but a new promotional film for the brand’s Fall / Winter 2013 collection seems to indicate so.
Fashion’s most ubiquitous set of eyebrows has had a fairly busy season, and for our part, we can’t think of a designer she didn’t walk for. But all that parading up and down the runway can get pretty exhausting, the model reveals.
Not content to rest on her laurels as a British Vogue cover girl, face of Burberry, aspiring musician, and possible future umbrella maker, Cara Delevingne has set herself some very lofty goals for her next career move.
Baauer‘s song ”Harlem Shake” may be a few months old, but “Harlem Shake” (the dance) is just making its rounds on the interwebs. Even models Jourdan Dunn and Cara Delevingne are getting in on it!
Clothing retailer Toshop has partnered with Google to bring their London Fashion Week show to a whole new level.
A former Chinese model is sentenced for money laundering, and more in today’s roundup.
We’re glad to see that model of the moment Cara Delevingne is making a serious face on the cover of LOVE‘s “Clean” issue, if only because we were starting to get worried that she was proving the old adage “don’t cross your eyes or they’ll stay that way” true.
If there’s one thing we’ve determined from this video of Romeo Beckham posing for Burberry‘s spring campaign, it’s that it is way more fun to be a kid model than it is to be a grown-up one.
Hold on to your hair-ties, Hillary Clinton, scrunchies are back. Or at least they will be, if British design duo Laura Fraser and Eu Simo Grijalbo of newly-launched My Crazy Scrunchie have anything to do about it.
This year’s British Fashion Awards had pretty much everything you might expect. There were accents! Quirky outfits! Royals! But who took home the awards? And who wore what on the red carpet? We’ve got all of the deets.
Be still, our hearts!