Today was a big day for fashionistas, as the highly anticipated Missoni for Target range has launched nationwide. But unfortunately many of us were left disappointed, unable to get onto Target’s online store all day. If, like us, you’ve been trying to shop the collection, your heart would’ve dropped when you saw this message: (more…)
In the world of modelling, we’d say Elyse Taylor flies pretty safely under the radar. But not today. Today Jessica Hart‘s buddy got bitchy, calling someone a “f***ing retard” over a difference of opinion regarding a controversial Instagram post (UPDATE 10/10/14: The post has now been deleted. Screenshot below.). (more…)
We’re pretty sure Isabel Lucas has nailed the boho-goddess look yet again, for Michael Kors‘ celebration of the Claiborne Swanson Frank’s Young Hollywood launch on October 2, but we can’t be 100 per cent certain.
The Australian beauty donned a long-sleeve floral maxi dress, with more ruffles than even our grandmothers can handle. She used a thick camel-toned belt with a statement diamond buckle to cinch in her waist, and opted for two-strap nude heels to finish the look off with an element of modernity.
We can’t think of any other famous face which could pull off this outfit quite like Isabel, and we’re still pleasantly confused by her attire. We’d love to hear your thoughts, because this whole look has our heads in a spin.
Rock the Vote is leaning on tried and true tactics to get young folks to put down their iPhones and actually show up to vote for the midterm elections. Take a summer hit, remix it so it’s relevant to the cause, add a bunch of young, cool celebrities and voila! You’ve got a PSA that will at worst go viral and at best do what it set out to do, and get people to actually cast their ballots.
This time, Rock the Vote called on Lil Jon to remix the club banger “Turn Down for What” into “Turn Out for What,” a catchphrase that’s supposed to inspire folks to get to the polls and vote on issues that are actually important. Lena Dunham, Fred Armisen, Sophia Bush, Ireland Baldwin, Whoopi Goldberg, Natasha Lyonne and more join the fun, dancing, goofing around and of course, telling us why they’re voting this election.
Sure, the video is a little ridiculous — there is no way mixing Lil Jon and the democratic process would be anything but. And naturally, since Lena is involved in the project, we get to see her doing the literal no-pants dance (as if we haven’t seen enough).
Watch the video above to see it all play out.
[via Rock the Vote Facebook]
Gwyneth Paltrow just snagged former Martha Stewart CEO Lisa Gersh to helm Goop and it looks like a change of leadership isn’t going to be the only thing different about the site. Goop has been pretty successful, thanks in large part to the luxe apparel, beauty and homewares peddled from the destination’s “shop” channel. You can take your pick of designer exclusives crafted for the site. Cynthia Rowley, Diane von Furstenberg, Matthew Williamson, Stella McCartney and more have all partnered with Goop to create capsule collections, but it looks like Gwyneth is ready to let Goop spread its wings and put out creations of its own.
Gersh revealed that one of the major projects she’ll be taking on as new CEO is launching a Goop clothing line. According to Reuters, the offerings will start out as mostly basics, before branching out into home and beauty. Goop offered a line of wardrobe staples with its Stella McCartney range, for which prices started at $795. If that’s any indication, you know Goop-branded duds are going to cost a pretty penny.
Still, they will sell. Love her or hate her, Gwyneth’s got something good with Goop and the clothing selection on the site is admittedly pretty darn good. Plus, it simply makes sense for the brand. Goop is six years old and has established itself as a lifestyle force to be reckoned with. Of course, it helps that its founder is a tabloid magnet who is such a perfect ambassador for the Goop lifestyle, she fails to see the impracticality of promoting a $300 a day diet for your family. To start selling its own products seems to be a natural progression for the site.
We will be patiently waiting for our first look at what Gwyneth and the gang will be offering when the time comes!
Quick poll: Can you look at Michelle Obama‘s latest Redbook cover for 10 seconds without saying “yaaas?” We dare you. Because it’s impossible not to. The magazine tapped our uber-stylish FLOTUS to cover its November issue, which focuses on female veterans. For the feature article, Redbook brought five women who served in the armed forces to the White House to discuss the paltry job opportunities and financial challenges they face once they’re out of the service. The issue hopes to illuminate the troubles these women cope with, so that the transition from soldier to civilian is smoother.
Instead of outfitting her in army fatigues, MObama is dressed in a printed Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress and silver teardrop earrings. Anyone with two eyes can see Mrs. Obama looks fabulously smashing — and we are definitely digging the honey-tinged tone of her hair.
What do you think? Are you loving the cover as much as we are?