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Aussies Celebrate at Hair & Makeup Artist Glenn Nutley’s LA Wedding


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Australian celebs weren’t interested in their home turf over the weekend, with a mix of our TV personalities, singers, actresses and dancers partying in Los Angeles for Glenn Nutley and Chris Garcia’s wedding on Saturday, November 15.

LA-based Glenn was born and bred in Australia and quickly became one of the country’s top hair and makeup artists, hence all the celeb mates/clients. Renee Bargh, Delta Goodrem, Cody and Alli Simpson, Dancing with the Stars’ Kym Johnson, former McLeod’s Daughters star Gillian Alexy and ex-Packed to the Rafters’ actress Zoe Ventoura were all among the Aussie celebs celebrating the nuptials. (more…)

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Race Wear Gets a Fresh Update at Sydney’s Polo in the City

Sydney’s Polo in the City hit Centennial Park on Saturday, November 15, and, after a flurry of spring racing events, fashionistas in the Land Rover marquee updated their race wear attire with a twist of Hamptons or a sports-luxe feel. Check out our favourite looks below.

Land Rover’s ambassador, Jennifer Hawkins, opted for colourblocking in a black-and-blue pencil midi dress. The model accessorised with black thick-strap heels and a wide-brim hat, plus on-trend mirrored shades. (more…)

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Kendall Jenner is the New Face of Estée Lauder



Kendall Jenner’s already having a great weekend. This morning, Vogue announced that the buzzy model has landed her first contract with Estée Lauder. The cosmetics company posted a short video of Kendall, who says she feels #blessed to be able to represent the brand after having played with it as a little girl. 

Jenner has been sitting on the news since she got it via text at the Paris shows, backstage at Sonia Rykiel. Estée Lauder has a dedicated page full of Kendall’s favorite products from the brand. 

Watch Kendall gush about her new gig below. Between this and her older sister’s Paper full frontal, it’s certainly been quite an exciting week over at the Kardashian-Jenner compound!


Meet our newest face, @kendalljenner. For the full video, visit

Ett filmklipp publicerat av Estée Lauder (@esteelauder)

[via Vouge]

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Giorgio Armani Extends Milan Fashion Week One More Day


Fashion Month calendar be damned! Giorgio Armani is not going to slap together his fashion show just because someone wants to cut Milan Fashion Week a day short. Last season, Milan Fashion Week was only five days as opposed to the six-day run it’s enjoyed during past seasons. Armani’s move forces Milan to extend its Fashion Week back to the original six days, which is making the Italian Fashion Chamber quite happy. 

“I want to personally thank Giorgio Armani who gave proof of great sensitivity and generosity towards the Italian fashion system,” Mario Boselli, president of the Italian Fashion Chamber, told WWD

Armani flipped in February when Anna Wintour failed to attend his show, leaving instead to move on to Paris. Armani complained that he was the only big designer to show on the last day, which is why editors were flocking to the French city. To make the most of the extended calendar, perhaps the Italian Fashion Chamber should consider scheduling another big-ticket designer on the last day to ensure that more people stick around.

[via WWD]

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Lips & Boys: Collection of 50 Shades of Lipstick by Tom Ford Launching Black Friday



“I like the idea of lipsticks named after boys. Why commit to one when you can have several?” says designer Tom Ford of his upcoming Lips & Boys collection. The collection of 50 miniature lipsticks will be available on November 28 (aka Black Friday) on for four days and at other online retailers on December 1 for Cyber Monday only. The collection will make a return to the e-commerce retailers and brick-and-mortar stores on December 26. 


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The Estée Lauder licensed brand will offer 10 shade ranges of the minaudière-friendly lipsticks, from nude browns, purple plums, bold metallics, girlish pinks and classic red. The highly pigmented shades Tom Ford Beauty is known for will include 36 new colors that will retail for $32 each. As to why Ford named these colors after men, he told WWD, “Obviously I’m not expecting a lot of men to wear the lipsticks, but I liked the concept. I love seeing a woman in a man’s suit. Why not have a lipstick named after a man?”

All the male names represent someone from Ford’s life, past and present. Tomas is his nephew, Rory is his best friend, Addison was his first crush and Alexander is his son (whom he and his husband call Jack — which a violet shade is named after). 

What is interesting about this launch is that most of the buys for the collection will be digital. “It’s especially important for a product like this — it will appeal to a generation who does use social media and spends a lot of their time online,” said Ford to WWD. “And buying a lipstick online is less risky than buying a more expensive item that has to fit you. While it’s an investment for some, it’s the entry level to our brand, and so I think people are more willing to say, ‘I’ll take that’ online.” (more…)