- You’re going to want to check out this throwback Kaley Cuoco interview from 1999. [E!]
- Zoe Kravitz covers C magazine. [E!]
- Jenny Packham launches a wedding dress diffusion line. [Grazia Daily]
- #MasculinitySoFragile that dudes are calling the rose gold iPhone “bros’ gold” because it’s definitely not pink…pink would just be way too feminine, right? [E!]
- At 5 feet 2 inches, Zoe Kravitz represented for the shorties on the Balenciaga runway today. [@VVFriedman]
- Why one writer buys expensive clothes and why you should, too. [The Atlantic]
- Here’s what it looks like when Disney princesses are reimagined as hot dogs. [People]
Trying to get your hipster hair on fleek but can’t grow a beard? All isn’t lost. According to the New York Times, more men are remedying their hairless situation by opting for beard transplants. Citing the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, a nonprofit organization and leading authority on hair loss and replacement, the Times states that “beard transplants grew from 1.5 percent of all hair restoration procedures performed internationally in 2012 to 3.7 percent in 2014.”
Guys are getting beard transplants to fill patchy areas, look older, come across as more commanding, or simply to live out their dreams of masculine ruggedness previously deferred by pesky genetics. And thanks to advances in the surgery, which wasn’t available a generation ago, hair transplants are looking way better than they used to. These days, instead of implanting plugs of 15 hairs that look noticeably artificial, the hairs are placed individually and you can regrow them and shave them as you would a natural beard. But the procedure will cost you anywhere between $3,000 to $22,000 big ones.
Hey, if women wear weaves and wigs, then why shouldn’t men be able to fake a beard?
Well, that’s one way to apply makeup. Issey Miyake sent his models down the runway with a pretty dope makeup look this season – fresh faces punctuated by a pop, rather, a splatter of color at the corner of the eyes. It’s a fun and graphic look that was applied in a most unexpected way.
Makeup artist Alex Box had the models lie down on the floor as she blew the MAC pigments onto their faces through a straw, instead of a brush. It’s not something we often see backstage, and it’s making us want to up our beauty game.
So… who wants to help us achieve this look tonight?
It’s always a tragedy when you get caught in the rain wearing expensive designer duds – especially when you’ve already got a pile of clothes waiting to be dry cleaned. But designer Hussein Chalayan has an unexpected solution.
During his Spring 2016 show at Paris Fashion Week, models wearing white jackets stood in the middle of the runway under a shower head which doused them in water. In a snap, the jackets dissolved, revealing another look hidden underneath. The outerwear, according to a tweet sent out by Susie Bubble, was made of water-soluble paper.
Let’s just say, this is probably the most fashionable shower anyone has ever taken.
Fathers around the world often worry about the welfare of their teenage daughters, and Johnny Depp is no exception. The actor’s little girl is growing up right before his eyes and although he is happy for the success she’s enjoyed so far in the fashion industry, he admits that he is a little concerned for how quickly all these opportunities are coming for his 16-year-old.
“To be honest, I’m quite worried,” he dished to Gala magazine. “I wasn’t expecting all this to happen to Lily-Rose, especially not at this age. But it’s her passion and she’s having fun.”
Lily-Rose caused quite a stir when she attended the Chanel Paris-Salzburg show in New York earlier this year, and now she’s a bonafide fashion “it” girl. So far she’s been photographed for Oyster magazine, starred in a music video, landed a campaign for Chanel eyewear and appeared in the latest issue of Vogue Paris. There is no place to go but up for Depp, so it’s no surprise her father would be, well, a dad and kind of nervous for her.
Don’t worry, Johnny. We have a feeling she’ll be just fine.
To show his Spring 2016 collection, Tom Ford eschewed the fanfare and hubbub of a runway show and decided to shoot a video instead. The digital presentation, which features 32 looks, has a Soul Train feel to it. Models danced their way down the catwalk as they showcased Ford’s predictably glamorous offering, cheered on by a troupe of dapper runway regulars including Lucky Blue Smith.
The video had one very special guest star – Lady Gaga, who showed off the garments with sass and intensity, looking quite petite next to the leggy models Ford cast for the Nick Knight-directed spot. “Instead of having a traditional show this season, I decided to try something new,” Ford told WWD. “I wanted to think about how to present a collection in a cinematic way that was designed from its inception to be presented online.”
The video is currently live on the Tom Ford website.