We didn’t see this coming, but maybe we should have. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have already graced the cover of Vogue together, so it’s only natural for the dynamic duo to pose for a high-fashion advertising campaign. Good friend to the Kardashian-Jenner clan and Balmain designer, Olivier Rousteing, tapped Kimye for the edgy French fashion house’s new menswear Spring 2015 fashion spots, released earlier today. The designer’s Instagram page blew up and the image has already received 15,000 likes — and counting! Mario Sorrenti, who also shot the womenswear ads this season, captured the-world’s-most-talked-about-couple wearing black Balmain threads during an intimate moment. Like it or loathe it? Share your opinion with us inside the thread here.
If you’re a Sydneysider, chances are you’ve probably bumped into Tyson Beckford, or part of his down-under posse, during his 44th birthday celebrations over the last week. Even though he turned the big double-four back on December 19, the festivities and Sydney gallivanting still seem to be in full force. Thanks to social media, we feel like we were there for the whole thing.
Since Tyson flew into Sydney from New York’s JFK last Wednesday, December 17, he’s been living it up with his his 23-year-old bae, Victoria’s Secret supermodel Shanina Shaik, and fellow home-grown leggy babe Ajak Deng, hitting anywhere and everywhere Sydney has to offer in what seems to be a never-ending celebration.
The hot spots have so far included Bondi Beach with his “Babii,” Darling Harbour, Magic City, Westfield Sydney, The Ivy nightclub (on the exclusive Level 6, of course) and Wooloomooloo’s Otto restaurant. (more…)
Model Jesinta Campbell and Sydney Swans star Lance “Buddy” Franklin are putting a ring on it. The former Miss Universe contestant shared the news on her Instagram yesterday, writing, “I cannot wait to spend the rest of my life with you. There are no words to describe how happy we are #ENGAGED.”
It was only 14 months ago that Jesinta, 23, and Lance, 27, officially announced their relationship, again on Instagram, but it looks like a case of “when you know, you know,” with Jesinta already thinking about little ones. She recently told Women’s Health magazine, “In five years time, I want to build my business and also be in a position to start a family.”
Congratulations, you two. We’re sure Jesinta will be the best-dressed WAG for years to come, giving Terry Biviano and Rebecca Judd a run for their money.
The 2014 People Magazine Awards hit California’s Beverly Hilton Hotel on Thursday, December 18 and, thanks to Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, an Australian designer was able to shine on the star-studded red carpet.
The Big Bang Theory actress wore a long-sleeve Camilla and Marc dress, which featured a high neck with chunky embellishments. It was all a bit rock-glam with Kaley’s coiffed blonde hair, smoky eyes and black accessories complementing the dark number, but the flippy flounce and white nail polish added some much-needed playful energy to the look.
The piece is from Camilla and Marc’s upcoming Autumn 2015 collection, so if you’re a fan, it’s set to hit stores this coming January.
Over the past few weeks, hundreds of protests have gone down across America against the rampant spread of police brutality and in opposition to grand jury decisions to not indict two police officers who killed two unarmed black men, Eric Garner and Michael Brown, in separate incidents. Several hashtags and slogans have arisen in the aftermath of the court decisions, including “I can’t breathe,” Garner’s last words and a rallying cry for a modern American movement. Of course, there will be people looking to capitalize on the popularity of a much-needed call for social change and an Illinois woman is looking to trademark “I can’t breathe” so that she can sell product.
Catherine Crump, a Waukegan, Illinois resident, wants the rights to the phrase so she can use it on hoodies and T-shirts. She has sent in a petition to the United States Patent and Trademark Office for rights to use the phrase. Crump says that she had filed for a trademark August 18, a month after Garner was killed in the street, and that her request has “nothing to do with the Garner family,” though she seems perfectly comfortable making a few dollars off the death of its patriarch. (more…)