Your favourite reality stars, actresses, models and media personalities stepped out in fine form for WHO Australia‘s Most Intriguing People 2015 Party at Sydney’s Ananas bar in The Rocks last night, November 11.
Everyone was looking smokin’, rocking everything from harsh black leathers to bright twinsets and chic minis, and the beauty sector was heavy, smoky and all-round hot.
Check out all the looks in our gallery below. (more…)
The fashion brand collaborated with Empire on a new collection that ranges from dresses to champagne glasses and keychains. It brilliantly features popular quotes front the show like Cookie’s famous line “I want what’s mine.”
Like Deborah Lippman (and the rest of the world), Hood by Air’s creative director, Shayne Oliver, is obsessed with Mrs. Lyon: “For me, it’s all about Cookie,” he said. “Since the first episode, Wednesday nights have become a tradition for my friends and I. We know every look, scene and catchphrase by heart. When putting this collection together I wanted to shine a spotlight on the characters we loved (and hated) most as well as the moments immortalized in memes that keep us cracking up all day!”
The line retails for $15-$300 and is available for pre-order here.
Aside from Vanity Fair‘s June cover, we surprisingly haven’t seen the cast of Star Wars: The Force Awakens on the major fashion monthlies. Considered to be the most anticipated blockbuster of 2015, ELLE just tapped one of the movie’s stars for its December 2015 issue. Daisy Ridley makes her debut on the magazine’s latest offering wearing Giorgio Armani, shot by Mark Seliger. The English-born actress smizes down the lens, complete with some dramatic styling.
Members of our forums were quick to start a debate. “Everything looks so cheap. She’s such a beautiful girl and shines in every single one of the Star Wars trailers but here she looks awfully plain. The forced styling doesn’t help,” complained Wolkfolk.
“I thought Flare Canada has folded? The hairline & hair… no. The eye makeup… no. That shot… no. That layout… no. Who still adds a shadow over their masthead? Wasn’t that a thing we abandoned since 2005?” slammed MON, unwilling to hold back against the cover.
Luxx wasn’t impressed either, writing, “Where is Gilles Bensimon when the world needs him most?” suggesting Seliger’s photography wasn’t up to scratch.
“I’m not fond of the styling at all, but I completely welcome the sight of someone so new on the cover of a fashion magazine,” voiced tigerrogue, just as things started to shape up for the better.
The cover was a clear winner with RanThe: “I absolutely love the cover! It’s fresh and new and I’m glad Daisy is getting the cover treatment and I’m glad she chose ELLE. Because ELLE has not been that great this year terms of cover choices and images, but nice to leave the best for December!”
Check it out and don’t forget to share your opinion here.
When model Magdalena Frackowiak was questioned about her eating habits backstage at the highly anticipated Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on Tuesday, she suitably ripped the reporter into metaphorical shreds for doing so.
When the TMZ reporter asked the Polish beauty, “What are you most excited about eating after the show?”, she didn’t want any part of it. “This is stupid. Ask more smart questions,” she demanded, with soaring levels of commendable sass.
“You make me look like an idiot. It seems like I’m starving myself and I can’t wait for the show to end to eat,” she continued. The interviewer tried shamelessly to save himself, repetitively saying “No, no no”, but the damage was already done. (more…)
Following Style.com’s closure two months ago, Australian fashion muse and leader on the street style frontier Yasmin Sewell has been named fashion director of the website. That’s right, you can stop pondering on Style.com’s return because it’s coming back with a bang next year under the helm of Yasmin’s style know-how.
The site, which acted as a viable online resource for fashion, beauty and lifestyle for over fifteen years, is introducing a new commerce-focused version of the website, scheduled to launch in 2016. According to The Cut, this will roll out in the UK, followed by the US. (more…)
Aussie girl Bridget Malcolm has made her Victoria’s Secret runway debut in New York City on Tuesday, slaying in a biker-inspired ensemble including tie-up leather shorts, studded fingerless gloves, ankle boots, a patched vest and choker.
It’s a classic case of good girl gone bad and homegirl was rocking them badass vibes as Selena Gomez performed alongside her strut. It’s a shame she couldn’t contribute a fierce smize to the rough get-up, but as she said in a recent Mornings interview, “You get to go out there and smile which you never get to do on a runway.” She did rep the devil horns hand gesture at the end of the runway, though, so not all is lost. (more…)