SJP’s first time gracing the cover of Cosmopolitan, say what? We couldn’t believe it either, but it’s definitely one that Carrie Bradshaw would approve of. (And Kim Kardashian too, given the sexy cleavage shot.)
In the accompanying article, Sarah Jessica Parker talks about the fact that people are still fired up over her alleged Sex and the City 3 rumor on Instagram back in May. “Oh my god,” she says, “When I posted that picture and people were in a rage at me, I was shocked. They were convinced I had been taunting them. I’m not that clever! And to what end would I relish dangling this idea and then saying there’s no movie?” Sorry fans, there really is no third movie in the works.
Parker is also passionate about having access to proper healthcare in America. “The thing that would change people’s lives maybe more than anything, assuming that we maintain access to health care, is child care,” she says. “If I could guarantee every mother who is working two, three jobs that she had good child care that didn’t make her anxious all day—people would probably work in more efficient ways.”
And she touts being a humanist instead of a feminist, as she believes it would create a stronger force. “I see a lot of people trying to sort out their roles,” said Parker. “People of color, gays, lesbians, and transgenders who are carving out this space. I’m not spitting in the face or being lazy about what still needs to be done—but I don’t think it’s just women anymore. We would be so enormously powerful if it were a humanist movement.”
With this being her first Cosmopolitan cover, she’s definitely covering some serious ground. Check out her behind the scenes cover shoot video below.
At just 23 years old, British-born model and actress Suki Waterhouse has a rather impressive resume. She’s currently the face of Burberry and has appeared on the covers of Vogue UK, Vogue Turkey, LOVE magazine and more. And if that’s not enough, Redken 5th Avenue has just appointed her its latest brand muse.
Redken taps the trendiest and hippest models, hairstylists and colorists to partner with, so signing Waterhouse made perfect sense for the brand. She’ll be the face of the new Glow Dry style-enhancing blow-dry oil, which debuts in salons in August. “Suki is known for her chic style and effortless cool,” says Shane Wolf, Global General Manager of Redken 5th Avenue. “She’s striking, multi-talented, and dynamic. She brings a great energy to Redken.”
And from what we can tell, Redken’s Glow Dry oil is going to he a huge staple for maintaining healthy, gorgeous locks. “During summer, I really believe in embracing the heat and what it does to your hair, the texture that a little sweat makes,” Waterhouse said. “Make it part of your hair texture. I like a messy look. I use Redken’s new Glow Dry style-enhancing blow-dry oil on damp hair and then blow-dry it in to help give my hair a little extra sheen and silky feel.”
Looks like Britney Spears did it again. The singer took sons Jayden James, 7, and Sean Preston, 9, to Disneyland over the July 4th holiday weekend and recreated her nostalgic Oops!…I Did It Again album cover via Twitter after spotting a beaded curtain in the park. The snap reads: “The boys and I doing our best #Oops album cover pose!”
And while it may be a long shot from the original album cover, we can’t help but take a trip down memory lane. Oops! was Spears’ second studio album and featured top hit singles “Oops!…I DId It Again,” “Lucky” and “Stronger.” Can you believe that was over 15 years ago?
Following recent split from Charlie Ebersol BritBrit has been doing a fantastic job taking care of her two sons — and she definitely wins coolest mom award for this one.
[Via US Weekly]
Australian hip-hop and oversized-clothing queen Tkay Maidza has been killin’ it on the music scene for a while now, but really sprung onto the fashion circuit with her amazing full-pager in Vogue Australia‘s July 2015 “music issue”.
With the one and only Lorde on the cover and the likes of Isabella Manfredi, Courtney Barnett and Meg Mac also inside the issue, it was a big score for young Tkay, who has recently been covered by Nylon magazine as well. (more…)
It was only a matter of time, right? Renegade Collective magazine has broken the mould in print media by using a celebrity-free Instagram snap as the magazine’s front cover for Issue 23. “To my knowledge, we are Australia’s first major glossy magazine that has ever put an Instagram image on the cover,” the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Lisa Messenger, said.
The decision has been “a long time coming”, with Lisa explaining that she needed to prioritise her readers and the entrepreneurial magazine’s ethos above what sells well. “I have a love-hate relationship with placing celebrities on the cover,” she said.
“We know they do sell magazines but deep in my heart, I also know The Collective is about all people and that most of the people we interview are very much cover worthy because of who they are and what they are doing; they just don’t always have the public profile to match it,” she said in a press release. (more…)
Here’s a bit of good news for those mourning the loss of Didier Cohen from our TV screens each week, following the finale of the latest cycle of Australia’s Next Top Model. The bronzed babe is already famous for his smouldering good looks and weekly support to wannabe models on television, and now the male model is getting serious about his job as a musician.
Looking smokin’ as usual, the 30-year-old personality beamed with confidence at the premiere of Paper Towns in Sydney on July 5, where he opened up about the next project on his agenda. He excitedly told Daily Mail Australia that he’s finally been signed to a major music label. “I’ve been in the studio for two years,” Didier said. “I just signed with a record deal, a major deal which’ll be announced this week.” (more…)