If there’s anything we would take Christie Brinkley’s advice on, it’s skincare. The former CoverGirl ambassador routinely puts women half her age to shame with her enviable figure and absolutely flawless skin. It would be a shame not to capitalize on such smooth skin and Christie is doing just that, launching a new skincare range that promises to give you the kind of wrinkle-free face she’s enjoying at age 60.
Christie Brinkley Authentic Skincare is a vegan eight-product range, which includes an exfoliating face wash, an anti-aging day and night treatment as well as separate ones for your eyes and neck, a daily facial cleanser, a skin priming serum and a product that smooths out wrinkles. The product line will be sold through HSN and later Kohl’s with prices ranging from $22.95 to $69.95.
Christie said the SPF anti-aging element was very important to her when creating this line. The model credits that and also regular exfoliation as to why her skin looks so good — in spite of all the tanning she did back in the 80s.
The line is expected to hit HSN come March and appear on Kohl’s shelves that same month. If it can deliver the kind of skin she’s working with now, we have a feeling it’s going to be a pretty successful range.
Miranda Kerr is one confusing woman. Just when we thought we were starting to figure out her style (it’s usually monochromatic and polished, sometimes featuring a leather biker jacket or ladylike pencil skirt), she goes and pulls out this highly perplexing outfit.
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The supermodel opted for a pair of elasticised high-waisted pants in gold, teamed with a classic black top underneath, which was unfortunately swallowed up by the dark-leather coat she wore over the top. The jacket, although beautiful, looked too heavy with the otherwise lightweight outfit, and Miranda could’ve saved herself some trouble by opting for a cropped throw over instead.
Her hair was spot on but, keeping with the heavy theme, her makeup was more overdone than usual, which is odd considering she’s recently advised against putting too much makeup on. (more…)
Kylie Minogue stepped out for Claridge’s Hotel and Dolce & Gabbana’s annual Christmas Tree party in London on Wednesday, November 19, looking like Santa Claus’ better half in a red-and-white themed outfit.
The Australian pop star was channelling winter wonderland vibes in a floral-embroidered crochet dress by Dolce & Gabbana, complete with ruby-and-gold drop earrings, a red-silk rectangle clutch and red-patent pointed-toe bow heels. She was matching right down to the finer details like her red nails, but thankfully didn’t overdo it with a red lip too.
With only a matter of weeks until Christmas actually rolls around, Kylie’s got us hoping another Christmas album from our pop princess will grace our holiday playlists once more.
Zimmermann last night hosted a cocktail party to celebrate its new, architecturally pleasing boutique in Sydney’s Bondi Junction, and a mix of Australian fashionistas jumped at the opportunity to show their support.
Over 60 VIP guests joined Nicky and Simone Zimmermann at the event, including models Annabella Barber, Abbie Weir and Astrid Holler, actresses Charlotte Best, Abbey Earl, Sophie Lee, and Sophie Lowe, and fashion bloggers Margaret Zhang of Shine by Three, Tanja Gacic of My Empirical Life and Tash Sefton of They All Hate Us, to feast on West Australian lobster and swing back fine champagne, while also getting a good look at the label’s dreamy Resort Ready-To-Wear collection.
As you can imagine, there was no shortage of head-to-toe Zimmermann outfits to celebrate the brand’s 19th store worldwide. Check out all the amazing holiday-luxe getups and social snaps from the night in our gallery below. (more…)
Is it 2014 or 1774? Because someone needs to explain why Buckingham Palace is trying to tell American journalists how to dress when Prince William and Duchess Kate make their stateside visit on December 7 and 8. According to Politico, the Senate Periodical Press Gallery sent out an email telling members of the press that if they think they’re going to be in the presence of the Royal couple, they’d better come correct in the clothing department.
The email outlines all the dos and don’ts of dressing if you’re meeting the Royals. “Journalists wishing to cover Royal engagements, whether in the United Kingdom or abroad, should comply with the dress code on formal occasions out of respect for the guests of The Queen, or any other member of the Royal Family,” the organization wrote. “Smart attire for men includes the wearing of a jacket and tie, and for women a trouser or skirt suit. Those wearing jeans or trainers will not be admitted and casually dressed members of the media will be turned away. This also applies to technicians.” (more…)
Men: they like high heels. Also, the wind: did you know it blows sometimes? A new, very crucial and important study done by the Archives of Sexual Behavior found that men pay more attention to women if and when they wear heels, or as they so clinically put it “High Heels Increase Women’s Attractiveness.” Please, tell us more…
Well, the study found that if you’re a woman walking in the street, men are more likely to holla at you and help you if you accidentally drop something than if you’re wearing flats. In a bar, men approached women who were wearing high heels twice as fast as those wearing flats. They’re also most likely to listen to you blather on about feminism. Researchers conducted three different experiments to see how heel height affected the way men reacted to female participants. In one of the experiment, they asked a woman to wear three different pairs of shoes; one flat, one medium ( 5 cm) and one stiletto height (9 cm) and hit the streets to ask men to participate in a survey on gender equality. The higher the woman’s heels were, the more likely men were to answer her questions. In flats, 46.7% of the men complied with the survey and in medium heels, 63.3%. But once the woman threw on her mile-high stilettos, 83.3% of the men she asked agreed to take the survey.
So, is the key to gender equality a matter of throwing on a pair of Christian Louboutin So Kates? Probably not. But at best, it might get a couple guys to actually pay attention when you explain why catcalling isn’t actually a compliment.
[h/t The Cut, via Archives of Sexual Behavior]