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Even Kate Hudson Can’t Pull Off This Split-Personality Dior Dress on InStyle (Forum Buzz)

Despite some gripes a few months back, InStyle’s redesign finally seems to be growing on forum members. Continuing to push its bold new design, the magazine welcomes Kate Hudson (for the umpteenth time) to the cover of the May 2016 issue. Photographed by Greg Kadel, the actress shows off a newly cropped hairstyle and a hard-to-pull-off Christian Dior dress.

US InStyle May 2016 : Kate Hudson by Greg Kadel


“The redesign is actually starting to work and it looks classier than the preliminary stages of the redesign. The new font adds so much to the cover. That photo is stunning! The dress leaves me cold, but everything I need is with that smile,” championed MON the second the cover came to light.

“I love U.S. InStyle, it’s my favorite U.S. magazine to read to give styling inspiration and true style that works. Kate looks amazing, cannot wait to buy it,” chimed in glamrockgal, showing the magazine some more praise. (more…)

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Beyoncé’s Lemonade Is All the Fashion Inspo You’ll Ever Need


#LEMONADE The Visual Album Is available now on iTunes, Amazon and TIDAL.

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There’s so much that is great about Beyoncé’s new visual album, Lemonade. The magical hour-long HBO special dropped on Saturday night — and with it our jaws and hearts. Like the self-titled Beyoncé before it, Lemonade is not beholden to any industry standard for success (we were this close to actually paying for Tidal before the album miraculously hit iTunes this morning). Bey’s tour de force is more a narrative than a singles-driven compilation. (“Formation,” the final song on the album, isn’t even in the extended video.) (more…)

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Dove Wants Everyone to Ignore Society and #LoveYourHair

Photo: Courtesy of Dove

Photo: Courtesy of Dove

As far as we’re concerned, if anyone’s allowed to repeatedly get up on a soapbox, it’s Dove. Two days ago the advertising powerhouse launched yet another campaign in its crusade to promote diversity and self-esteem by broadening society’s stereotypical definition of beauty, this time honing in on hair.

According to research commissioned by the brand, 86 percent of women in the U.S. believe that media and society put a lot of pressure on women to have hair that looks a certain way, while three in four women believe they would be more confident if they didn’t feel that they were being judged by their locks. (more…)

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Irina Shayk Looks ‘Awful in Every Way’ on the Cover of Numero (Forum Buzz)

The fashion industry continues to embrace Irina Shayk as a high-fashion model. She currently stars in the pages of W magazine, took to the pages of Vogue Paris a few months ago and also graced the cover of Interview Germany. Irina is now unveiled as the cover girl for Numéro‘s May 2016 issue, following in the footsteps of Gigi Hadid, Catherine McNeil and Daria Strokous. Photographed by Anthony Maule, Irina looks unrecognizable sporting a short, dark wig and an eye-catching Valentino dress in the stark and dynamic cover shot.

But the fashion-forward cover left our forum members extremely disinterested. “Nope. Just no. The hair, the heavy eye makeup and the intense pose were rendered pointless by the lifeless stare. With that look, you need a striking stare. A stare that is so intense and captivating. I see none of that here. It had all the elements of ‘fierce,’ but the stare ruined it,” complained MON at once.

“Bad cover, this hair is horrible and Irina looks uncomfortable,” Aizanara chimed in. (more…)

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Binx Walton Stars on Vogue Japan’s Quirky Cover for June 2016 (Forum Buzz)

Vogue Japan served up a powerful and captivating cover of Natasha Poly last month, yet for June 2016 (yes, really, June already) the magazine takes a different direction with an overstyled Binx Walton. In a somewhat comical cover shot by Japanese Vogue regular Giampaolo Sgur and styled by Anna Dello Russo, Binx is drenched in Chanel looking like a fashionable cartoon character.

Vogue Japan June 2016 : Binx Walton by Giampaolo Sgura


Surprisingly, the cover left our forum members with divided opinions. “Were they inspired by Didi Pickles with that hair? Oh my childhood,” proclaimed a horrified MON straight away.

“What is going on with her hair? Did they put her in a wind tunnel prior to the shoot? I can’t,” laughed AnaD. (more…)

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Victoria’s Secret Is About to 86 Swimwear

Victoria's Secret to Eliminate Swimwear Line

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Fashion trends from the 90s – and Noughties — may be reliving their heyday, but not when it comes to swimwear. Somewhere along the road we all stopped caring about whether our swimsuits screamed sex appeal, focusing instead on how they aligned with our overall aesthetic. Brands like Mikoh and Beth Richards popped up on the scene. We embraced our varying tastes and body types, no longer aspiring to the Victoria’s Secret standard of ab definition. Apparently, our fallen angels felt the heat — numerous sources say that Victoria’s Secret is retiring from the swimsuit game.

Though the conjecture will not be officially confirmed until the brand’s May earnings call, VS Swim devotees may want to stock up on their favorite sexy bikinis while they can. In all probability, the category will soon join the fate of the company’s erstwhile regular apparel and cosmetics lines. In a recent press release, Chairman and CEO Leslie H. Wexner stated, “Coming off a record year, now is the best time to make improvements…going to from best to even better. We are making those changes to accelerate our growth and to strengthen the business for the long term by narrowing our focus and simplifying our operating model.” This entails restructuring the brand into three business sections: Victoria’s Secret Lingerie, PINK and Victoria’s Secret Beauty. (more…)

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