After spotting Kylie Jenner in Sass & Bide at the Much Music Video Awards and the Teen Choice Awards earlier this year, we had all faith that this Keeping Up with the Kardashians starlet was developing a lot of love for Aussie labels. And rightly so, because we have so many designers that would be right up her fresh and alternative alley. (more…)
Cheyenne Tozzi has joined in on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge fun after being nominated by Sir Philip Green‘s daughter, Chloe Jade Green. One thing was definitely missing, though, and that was the ice. We’re just going off the thousands of people who have taken on the challenge before her, but we’re pretty sure the ice is what actually makes the task all the more challenging and mildly entertaining.
Cheyenne nominated her fellow Australia’s Next Top Model team, including Jennifer Hawkins, Didier Cohen and Alex Perry, but one judge wasn’t too impressed with her efforts. “I SEE NO ICE….. THERE MUST BE ICE!!!!!!!” Alex commented on the post. Cheyenne didn’t really defend herself in response, instead just telling Alex to “do it.” Alex reiterated Cheyenne’s forgoing of the ice, by replying, “OH I WILL…. WITH ICE!!!!!” (more…)
We hate to say “told you so” but, as predicted, Elyse Taylor has married businessman Seth Campbell over the weekend in a custom-made Zac Posen gown. The silky, bias-cut fishtail dress with delicate embroidery was teamed perfectly with Elyse’s angelic waves by Jenna Perry and soft makeup by Munemi Imai.
ELLE Australia has tapped Gisele Bündchen as its September cover girl in perfect timing, following the news that the Brazilian babe is the highest-paid model for 2014. Even the blurb next to Gisele plays on her recently-public salary, saying, “The secrets behind the body that earns $135K a day.”
Taking just one glance at the cover, it’s not hard to see why Gisele makes more coin in a day than we could hope of making in an entire year. The eyes, those cheekbones and, of course, that body are serious money-making assets.
The side-on pose she strikes for the cover also exaggerates her impeccable features, with Gisele pulling up the T-shirt to reveal her always-tanned stomach, plus showing off her facial structure and beachy locks.
The front cover easily gets us in the mood for spring, too, with Gisele donning a floral top with contrast sleeves and matching bottoms. The September issue hits newsstands today.
Prepare to see a lot more of Iggy Azalea in the coming months. The rapstress is sitting atop the charts with her catchy summer tune, “Fancy,” and is showing no signs of slowing down once the weather gets cooler. Iggy, who is already become something of a fashion plate, is making her first foray into the industry with a shoe line created in collaboration with Steve Madden.
The range is set to hit shelves this February, and little else is known beyond that. Judging from Iggy’s streetwise, vixenish style, however, we predict plenty of mile-high heels (which will go perfectly with any one of the many bodycon dresses or hot pants she sports on the regular), perhaps a couple of extra-sexy, thigh-high boots and likely, a pair or two of fly kicks.
Madden’s collaborated with a mix of entertainers and personalities on shoe lines. Iggy will join the ranks of Keyshia Cole, Kendall and Kylie Jenner as well as The Blonde Salad’s Chiara Ferragni.
WANT — the mere word makes you, well, want more. West Coasters will no longer have to pine for WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie’s exclusively curated brands, as the high-end lifestyle company has expanded its apothecary retail concept to Vancouver’s South Granville neighbourhood. This is its third location, following Montreal and Toronto.
Founded by brothers Byron and Dexter Peart, WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie is an upscale lifestyle brand characterized by exquisitely crafted leather goods designed by the brothers, rounded out with a fine-tuned selection of fashion, beauty and home decor items carried in select apothecary stores. The one element that the new Vancouver outpost has over the others is an integrated washbasin on the sales floor where customers are invited to learn more about the products by experiencing them firsthand in a tactile and interactive way. (more…)