What’s the only thing just as important as the model lineup for the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show? The musical guests joining the half-naked superhumans on the runway, of course, and don’t you worry, things will be appropriately sassed up for 2015. (more…)
On October 8, Topshop released a line of gold temporary tattoos in the form of body scars and imperfections in order promote empowerment and self-love. The Brtish fashion retailer teamed up with jewelry design student Lucie Davis for this project and stated that “each tattoo is designed to celebrate our imperfections rather than hiding them, from a spattering of gold freckles to statement scar designs.”
Topshop Scar Tattoos; Image: Topshop
In addition to gold scar tattoos, the collection also consists of mixed metal confetti freckles, gold freckles and gold dots (to mimic skin moles). And each design comes with a message on the packaging like “flaws worth fighting for,” “flawsome freckles embrace your traits” and “celebrating difference.” While the majority of the faux tattoos seem to be sold out, customers are taking these tattoos very seriously. (more…)
There’s no denying that W Magazine has been stepping up its game of late, having secured covers with Taraji P. Henson, Gigi Hadid and even Jane Fonda for recent issues. As the magazine unveils its November offering, our forums were just too horrified for words with the cover. Photographed by Steven Klein, Jessica Chastain must have been punk’d by the creative team. The actress looks completely unrecognizable wearing Givenchy, thanks to the garish makeup and magenta hair color.
Make no mistake that our forum members were not a happy bunch. “Oh boy! When W tries this hard, it’s never a good result. She deserves better than this, but why are they stuck on the same 20+ actresses for their covers? Its so uninspiring!” exclaimed Miss Dalloway.
“Wow, I was excited when I saw the thread title but this is horrendous. I literally gasped when I looked at this ‘dangerous beauty’ look W is pushing,” said an equally unimpressed Melancholybaby.
Echoing the same sentiments was fee de foret: “Wow, I think Jessica is beautiful and very talented but this is not good. Yikes!”
Mistress_f agreed, commenting, “Oh my, this is tragic, why did W have to do her this dirty? Poor Jess.”
“Truly like I’ve never seen her before and most definitely not the way I want to see her ever again. This is terrible. Those eyebrows are unforgivable. I get that those brows match the concept but it could have been executed better. Those aren’t brows. Those are leeches,” criticized MON.
“That’s my beloved Jessica? They did her so wrong! Terrible cover and the edit is worse,” chimed in JessRubik.
The shoot is certainly something different, we’ll give it that. See Jessica’s edit for yourself and add your own two cents here.
MAC Cosmetics just announced a new signature color collection designed by Zac Posen, which is set to launch in 2016. It’s not the first time the brand has partnered with a top fashion designer, having collaborated in 2014 on a limited-edition Prabal Gurung collection. (more…)
Emilia Clarke, star of hit HBO series Game of Thrones, has just been named Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire. This is not Clarke’s first men’s mag honor, either. The “Mother of Dragons” actress was also named GQ‘s Woman of the Year in September. And what better way to show that you’re sexy than by posing nude for the cover clad only in a sliver of silk sheet?
Image: Vincent Peters/ Esquire
In an interview with AP, Lisa Hintelmann, Esquire‘s editorial projects director, called Clarke “the all-around favorite” when talking about why she was chosen for the cover. She went on to say that “Emilia Clarke is unforgettable in Game of Thrones and was hands down the number one choice of Esquire‘s staff, friends and family.”
Clarke can thank Game of Thrones for turning her acting career around. After graduating from the Drama Centre, in which she noted to Esquire in an interview that she wasn’t anyone’s favorite, she starred in a few episodes of British soap opera Doctors. According to the magazine, she had given herself a year’s timeline to make it and at that point, she hadn’t. (more…)
Gabi Grecko and Geoffrey Edelsten have finally agreed on something: they originally met on a Sugar Daddy website.
The 26-year-old model and 72-year-old bazillionaire previously claimed that they had first spoken on the streets of New York, but as they prepare for divorce they have finally decided to speak the truth.
“We met on sugardaddie.com,” Gabi told Daily Mail Australia. “It was stupid,” she continued, claiming she was hoping to “find someone cultured and in business”. (more…)