Do you tend to leave things to the last minute? Do you live in Sydney? You’re going to love this. The Iconic has just launched a Saturday delivery service, starting this weekend, November 8, meaning you no longer have to rush to the shops just hours before your Saturday night takes off.
It’s the first Australian e-tailer to offer a weekend delivery service, as a direct response to the significant spike of Friday and Saturday visits since the beginning of the year. You’ll have to order by 10am on Saturday, and you’ll pay up to $7.95 for the quick turnaround.
“We are excited to work with our partners at Australia Post to make Saturdays a lot more stylish,” Adam Jacobs, The Iconic’s managing director and co-founder, says in a new release. (more…)
If you’ve seen The Wolf of Wall Street you’ll know full well that Margot’s got the bod to pull off this piece’s plunging neckline, but the stiff, crinkly fabric combined with the in-your-face yellow and exposed zip makes the dress look a little shoddy.
It may have worked with a shorter hemline to lessen the load, or a flowing material to bring some elegance to the look.
Australian beauties Jessica Hart and Melissa George stepped out to impress the fashion pack in two very different getups last night, for the 11th Annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards at New York’s Sun Studios. While Jessica was covering up her Victoria’s Secret body in a modest Diane Von Furstenberg ensemble, Melissa drew eyes to her bust area by donning a nipple-baring number.
If you’re trying to figure out whether or not you should show some skin or leave all to the imagination for your next big event, let these two Aussie celebs help you decide.
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Don’t let the beehive hairdo and diamond jewels fool you; Melissa was no angel in this getup. As if the plunging neckline and high thigh split wasn’t enough to draw the attention away from other big names, like Alexa Chung and Joan Smalls, who were also in attendance, the 38-year-old felt baring her nipples could also be a good head-turning idea. (more…)
Ever wonder what an hourglass shaped hitchhiker’s thumb in designer clothes would look like? Look no further than one Kim Kardashian, who sported a pair of bleached eyebrows this week at her younger sister Kendall Jenner’s 19th birthday party. The reality star posted a few images from the festivities today, but this photo of Kimmy standing next to brow queen Cara Delevingne, is arguably the most important photo of the night.
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Before you start to panic, don’t worry: She only bleached her brows for a photo shoot, so it’s not like she’s going to walk around for the next few months looking like she got into some sort of firecracker accident. For the record, we don’t think Kim looks horrible with albino brows. She’s gorgeous in general and we know she maintains her assets so, short of heavy costume makeup, there’s little anyone can do to make her not look beautiful. Must be nice! (more…)
“I can’t let the 17 years I spent and enjoyed at Dior be blackened like this,” he said. “During these years as creative director of this house, I did not realize that its success, multiplying its sales by four, came at a destructive and exorbitant cost: my physical and mental health. Always more work, always more obligations, always more pressure, a dangerous and pathological spiral, without control.”
With this knowledge, in spite of his reprehensible comments, Galliano insinuates that both fashion houses should not have been surprised at the misstep. While we do sympathize with the designer’s struggles, there is a degree of personal responsibility that needs to be taken into consideration. Sure, the stress of his job may have caused him to turn to drugs and alcohol, but unless the people at Dior and Galliano were physically giving him the drugs, can they really be held responsible? Probably not. Lots of people have stressful jobs, but not everyone goes on anti-Semitic tirades.
Galliano was looking for $2.4 to $13 million in damages. According to WWD, now that his claims have been rejected by the court, he’s been ordered to pay a “symbolic Euro” to both of his former employers.
Transgender model Lea T. is no stranger to busting through barriers and she continues to do so with her latest beauty gig. While it isn’t unheard of to see a transgendered woman on a runway, it is a rare sight in a high fashion or beauty campaign. At least until now. The Brazilian-born belle has been named Redken’s latest brand muse.
Lea will front the campaign for Redken’s line of Chromatics hair color, which promises 2x fortified hair with use. The model admitted to Style.com that she is more concerned with the state of her hair than she is with her face, making her perfect for this project. Lea has also appeared in campaigns for Benetton, Phillipp Plein and Givenchy and has been featured on the cover of Love magazine and ELLE Brasil.
She is obviously a gorgeous woman and we hope that this leads to even more beauty campaigns for the model. Today hair, tomorrow makeup!