In today’s “brilliant casting” news, Laverne Cox was tapped to play Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the upcoming reboot of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Played famously by Tim Curry in the 1975 film, Dr. Frank-N-Furter is a flirtatious, leather-corseted, mad scientist/space alien who calls himself a “sweet transvestite from Transsexual Transylvania.”
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You may never make it to Pluto to see frozen red water, but you can at least dye your hair to look like outer space. The amazing new galaxy hair color trend combines jewel tones like blue, purple and turquoise to mirror the same planets and stars we drew in science class. So how does one achieve a hair color that’s literally out of this world?
To create galaxy hair, first strip your natural hue with bleach then apply each color carefully and blend them into each other, explains Jenny Regec of The Paint Box salon. Go for “multi tonal hair color flowing from blues, purples, greens, sometimes reds as well as silver tones — typically more pigmented and less pastel,” she adds.
Our forum members welcomed the change. “Beautiful. Like the mood of this. Sultry but chic. Rosie works here surprisingly well,” admired zoom the moment the cover struck.
“Love the colours and although I’m not really a fan of her, she does look great here. Sexy but also elegant,” admitted Nomar.
Also left amazed was Miss Dalloway: “Beautiful, I like how serious her face is, and not trying to be sexy.”
“What a beautiful shot! Her expression could be better, and maybe less accessories, but I love the fresh setting,” noted Benn98.
Forum member justaguy agreed, adding, “Gorgeous styling and layout and Rosie looks good here, casual and pretty.”
Sharing the same sentiments was gazebo, writing, “Rosie does look beautiful and she does deliver which is a surprise. The styling is too costumey for my liking, though,” just as the positive streak began to crack.
“The styling is so messy. I hate these earrings and it’s too much blush on her face. But nice to see something different in Vogue Korea,” narcyza commented.
Await Rosie’s cover story and share your own opinion with us here.
After just three years as Artistic Director of Womenswear, Raf Simons is parting ways with Dior. The fashion house announced that the Spring 2016 collection he presented at Paris Fashion Week will be his last and that Simons “reached this decision for personal reasons.” They have yet to name a successor.
Raf Simons released a statement on his departure: “It is after careful and long consideration that I have decided to leave my position as creative director of Christian Dior’s women’s collection. It is a decision based entirely and equally on my desire to focus on other interests in my life, including my own brand, and the passions that drive me outside my work. Christian Dior is an extraordinary company, and it has been an immense privilege to write a few pages of this magnificent book. I want to thank Mr. Bernard Arnault for the trust he has put in me, giving me the incredible opportunity to work at this beautiful house surrounded by the most amazing team one could ever dream of. I have also had the chance over the last few years to benefit from the leadership of Sidney Toledano. His thoughtful, heartfelt and inspired management will also remain as one of the most important experiences of my professional career.” (more…)
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As she recently revealed on her diary, erm, app, Kim Kardashian doesn’t exactly enjoy being pregnant. We can only imagine how she felt about celebrating a birthday at the seven month mark. Kanye’s solution? Make everyone else pregnant too! The rapper/newly-minted politician rented out a movie theater for guests to watch the Steve Jobs movie and asked them to dress up as their favorite pregnant Kim. They came clothed in some of her most memorable maternity looks and “fake baby bumps [were] provided upon arrival.” (more…)
Kate Winslet has already done her part to make the world a better place (hello, she gave us Titanic) but thankfully, she’s not stopping there. The esteemed actress is now using her celebrity to take a stand against Photoshop. She revealed at Monday’s Elle Women in Hollywood event that she negotiated a no retouching clause into her contract with Lancôme.
“I do think we have a responsibility to the younger generation of women,” she explained. “I think they do look to magazines, I think they do look to women who have been successful in their chosen careers and they want people to look up to, and I would always want to be telling the truth about who I am to that generation because they’ve got to have strong leaders. We’re all responsible for raising strong young women, so these are things that are important to me.”