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Jesinta Campbell Spills the Beans on Buddy’s Marriage Proposal

Photo: Brendon Thorne/Getty

Photo: Brendon Thorne/Getty

Following the announcement of her engagement to Sydney Swans player Lance “Buddy” Franklin late last year, model Jesinta Campbell appeared on Today this morning to share the deets on how their uniting of souls, aka the proposal, came about.

Jesinta admits that her strapping life-buddy, Buddy, didn’t do things traditionally when asking for her hand in marriage, saying, “There was no one knee.” But rest assured, the romance was very much alive, even without the age-old custom. “It was just very beautiful, the perfect little moment at a special little spot of ours,” she added.

Besides, her hubby-to-be made up for the unbruised knees with astonishing fashion know-how. When Jesinta looked down at her mammoth sparkler on the show, she doted, “He designed it all himself so I was very, very impressed.” Surprised could be a better way to describe the revelation, but, yes, impressive all the same. Well done, Buddy ol’ pal.

[Via Daily Mail Australia]

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Renee Bargh Brings Opulence Back for Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards

Renee Bargh stepped out for the 26th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala on the evening of Saturday, January 3, looking a bit la-di-da in rich velvet and lavish accessories for the high-profile event.

Renee Bargh

Photo: FayesVision/WENN

The Extra co-host donned a black-velvet midi dress with a modest turtleneck, long sleeves and a below-the-knee hemline, which could’ve easily swallowed her whole, if it hadn’t been for the sexy shoulder cut-outs with leather-look lining which showed off some skin.

Renee committed to the swank with statement gold earrings and delicate rings, sophisticated black pointed-toe pumps, a sleek middle-parted hairdo and the finishing touch of her wine-red nail polish. (more…)

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Link Buzz: Zoe Saldana Reveals Her Baby Boys’ Names, Selena Gomez Flashes Her Ankles at a Mosque

Image: WENN

Image: WENN

  • The mystery is over: Zoe Saldana’s twin boys are named Cy and Bowie. [Us Weekly]
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt got married on the low. [Page Six]
  • Selena Gomez shows her ankles at a mosque, the Internet freaks out. [Page Six]
  • Old folks give their take on Kim Kardashian’s naked butt Paper magazine cover. [Just Jared]
  • Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis may or may not have gotten married. [People]
  • Kanye West just released a song with the legendary Paul McCartney. Too bad a few of Yeezy’s fans don’t know who that is. [BuzzFeed]
  • How J.Crew colors get their names. [The Huffington Post]
  • These dolls of Duchess Kate Middleton and Princess Diana are supremely creepy. [Daily Mail]
  • Apple Watch is coming to a store near you. Here is how the tech giant’s new product may do once it hits shelves. [Business Insider]

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Why Brands Should Start Catering to the Over 60 Crowd

Image: Getty

Image: Getty

Don’t be fooled by the grays: People over 60 are quickly wielding more and more spending power and retailers are starting to sit up and take notice. According to The Business of Fashion, the 60-plus crowd spent over $8 trillion globally in 2010 and their spending is predicted to reach $15 trillion by 2020.

In order to gain this demographic’s hard-earned dollars, however, retailers have to be willing to pay attention to their needs. We live in an admittedly youth-dominated culture and advertising tends to skew toward the younger set. There are less obvious ways to attract an older customer as well: retailers can make labels easier to read, make sure stores are well-lit and hire older workers who can better relate to shoppers of a certain age.

Retailers and brands also need to make a commitment to reaching older customers through digital engagement. Selfridges’ Creative Director Linda Hewson points to a video it created with filmmaker Kathryn Ferguson about “age not being an issue” which did better than the company anticipated. “We were really surprised about how people engaged with it. One would assume that it is more a younger population that engage with things online and engage with short films, but it just isn’t the case, as we are fast discovering!” A recent survey shows that in many countries, people up to the age of 75 are navigating the Internet. 

Brands like NARS and Marc Jacobs have used older models in advertising campaigns, so things are slowly changing. But if they want the almighty gray dollar, they need to step it up.

[via The Business of Fashion]

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Covers ELLE UK’s February Issue

ELLE U.K. is ringing in the month of February with an appearance from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. The model/actress was chosen as the magazine’s latest cover girl, which marks the fourth time she’s fronted the glossy. Rosie is clad in a skirt, cropped top and ivory jacket slung over her shoulders, all from Miu Miu. 


Kai Z Feng captured the model for the cover and accompanying 16-page spread, in which she models Giorgio Armani’s latest. Those of you wondering about Rosie’s workout routine are in for a treat with this issue because the story reveals the secret behind the model’s rockin’ bod (spoiler: dancing). 

Rosie’s set to appear in 2015’s rendition of Mad Max, so we reckon we’ll be seeing a lot of her this year. And no, we don’t have any complaints about that.

[via ELLE UK]

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Madonna Uses Legendary Black Leaders to Promote Her Latest Album

What do Madonna, Nelson Mandela, Bob Marley and Martin Luther King, Jr. have in common? According to Madonna, they’re all keen on promoting her new album. The singer’s Rebel Heart album is coming out and she’s revealed the cover art, a shot of the singer with wire wrapped around her face. Madge had previously regrammed fan art featuring Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson and Lady Gaga in similar wrapped-up shots. But, today was a little different, and left more than a few people wondering what the heck Madonna is thinking.


This ❤️#rebelheart had a dream!

A photo posted by Madonna (@madonna) on

Today, she posted images of Martin Luther King, Jr., Nelson Mandela and Bob Marley with wire Photoshopped onto their faces, adding a quip on why each was a #RebelHeart. (These were not fan art, to be clear.) Because fighting for justice and equality of oppressed people is right on par with promoting your album. 

The Instagram snaps were greeted with plenty of outraged comments by posters who found the images disrespectful to the memories of these great men. 

“Madonna’s rebellion is that is [sic] a teenager: rebellion for rebellion’s sake. Mandela’s rebellion had a true and honorable purpose,” @noboundfeet commented via Instagram. “This is poorly judged by anyone’s estimation,” @vickynunes added. Others took to Twitter to express their outrage. (more…)

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