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Oprah says she doesn’t have a sh*t list, but if she does, concept designer Peggy Noland now holds the top spot.
The Butler premiere was a sea of celebrities of the Hollywood and fashion variety, but let’s face it, it’s Oprah’s world and we just live in it. Looking the part, Oprah channeled Diana Ross so magnificently all she needed was a wind machine and ‘Upside Down’ on blast. Her big natural hair, a sparkly fitted Theia dress, and slinky heels made hubby Steadman the luckiest man on the red carpet.
Cindy Crawford may be a supermodel, but even she had a tough time when she first started in the industry. In the latest installment of Oprah’s Master Class, Crawford opens up about a horrific haircut that taught her to be her own advocate.
Beyonce’s interview with Oprah aired yesterday, and boy was there a lot of lady power sitting on that couch.
Did you feel like something was missing from your lineup of weekend television last week? Yeah, us too, and that something was Beyoncé. Now that we’ll have had two weeks to digest her epic Super Bowl performance, however, Queen Bey is back to dominate our screens again this Saturday with a double header.
Is your name Selena Gomez? If so, you should probably stop reading now or you might ruin the surprise of Biebs’ Christmas gift. That’s because Oprah Winfrey took Justin on a little shopping trip as a part of the interview they filmed for Oprah’s Next Chapter.
When your name is Oprah Winfrey, you can do pretty much anything you want, which includes wearing green fuzzy frog slippers while on a fancy shopping trip in New York City. And that’s exactly what the Oprah did yesterday.
This might just be the most mind-boggling magazine spread we’ve seen in a while — notorious perv Terry Richardson has photographed Oprah Winfrey for Harper’s Bazaar. And get this — she’s fully clothed!
If you follow Rihanna on Instagram you’ll know she’s been back on her home island of Barbados lately with another very famous mononymous houseguest: Oprah! Well, the episode of Oprah’s Next Chapter dedicated to the singer finally aired last night, and the interview was just what you’d expect from the pairing of the Queen of Talk with this decade’s Queen of Pop (and, let’s be honest, of scandal, too).
After more than twelve years of monthly publication, O, The Oprah Magazine is finally featuring its favorite cover star with her hair au naturel — no blow dryer, no flat iron, just a mop of kinky curls framing the mogul’s smiling face.
Finally, a story about some our favorite women all in one room together! Oprah Winfrey was honored with the ‘Lifetime Leadership’ award at last night’s DVF awards, presented by the legendary designer herself. “She is the most formidable person I have ever met in my life,” the designer and humanitarian said of Winfrey at the event, held last night at the United Nations. “What is extraordinary about Oprah is that she has done so much and yet she is still a little girl. She is still very pure and you can make her cry and laugh so quickly.”
What’s the perfect reward for having a career full of boundary-shattering achievements? A reality show, of course! And that’s exactly what Beverly Johnson, who was the first black model to appear on the cover of Vogue, is getting at the end of next month.
We found reports that Oprah Winfrey has been named godmother to Blue Ivy Carter, the newborn daughter of Jay-Z and Beyonce, to be a little dubious at the very least. And today we know that it’s not true.
For years, Oprah‘s favorite things have turned small businesses into big ones — and taken a lot of the guesswork out of holiday shopping. But just because her show is no longer on the air doesn’t mean that she’s giving up making her list and checking it twice — it’s still going to be featured in the pages of the next issue of O Magazine.
It’s not every day that you can get one world-famous billionaire to sit down and chat with another world-famous billionaire in front of a live audience, but last night Oprah Winfrey and Ralph Lauren did just that. Winfrey interviewed the designer in front of a star-studded audience in New York’s Lincoln Center — and the talk ended with a redux of the designer’s spring show.
What happens when you put two fascinating, influential billionaires on stage at the most fashion-y performing venue in the world? We don’t know, but when Oprah interviews designer Ralph Lauren at New York’s Lincoln Center this fall, we’re going to find out.
Catwalk Justice is our weekly column on fashion law, courtesy of Charles Colman of Charles Colman Law, PLLC and LAW OF FASHION. This week, how Kris Jenner‘s facelift landed her with a lawsuit, the bozo who’s trying to sue Oprah (really, who does that?) and why there’s a bad situation with The Situation’s, um, other clothing line.
Oprah Winfrey is richer, more successful and has better skin than, well, most people in the world, so it only makes sense that she can get things few others can. Case in point: this Wednesday, with her ground- and record-breaking talk show drawing to a close, Winfrey will interview designer and branding master Ralph Lauren. It will be his first televised interview in 20 years.
Do you want to be as beautiful Oprah Winfrey? Well you can’t. (We don’t make the rules, we just play by them.) But you can do the next best thing and use the same skincare line she uses, a luxe mix of products formulated by Beverly Hills-based dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer, which will be available in department stores for the first time this summer.
While Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie may have made a splash at the royal wedding with their Phillip Treacy toppers, their mother Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, made an even bigger one by not being invited. And now she’s opened up to Oprah (as most of O’s guests are wont to do) by revealing that she watched the extravaganza from a jungle in Thailand and comparing herself (and her situation) to the late Princess Diana.