Yayoi Kusama’s infinity mirror room is the piece de resistance in her “Every Day I Pray For Love” exhibition.
Residents requested care workers at the home to organise a life drawing class, together with “a nice handsome” man to model.
The Prince of Wales' private collection will go on display for a Buckingham Palace exhibition in honour of his 70th birthday.
"It definitely makes a big impact because painting a head is pretty unique and striking," says film and television makeup artist Georgina Ryland.
Digital collage artist Sara Shakeel wants to shine a new, positive light on stretch marks. So, she’s turning them into glitter marks.
The world isn’t short of beautiful, bizarre and downright surreal pregnancy and postpartum photo shoots.But 33-year-old mum-of-three Emily Mueller’s tops them all for featuring 20,000 bees.A full-time beekeeper who keeps 24 hives containing around 1.2 millions bees, Mueller says she’s been stung a whopping 350 times this year alone – but this didn’t stop her getting the honey bees to settle on her stomach in celebration of her fourth pregnancy.Despite being stung three times in the process, she says the end result was worth it.“A lot of people think I’m insane but I’m so comfortable with bees so it was never something I had anxiety about,” she said.“I wore a dress that was long and covered my stomach and legs so the bees would be on the outside of my body as a precautionary measure, but I knew it was safe.”Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:People love Game of Thrones so much they’re naming babies after the charactersFitness model flaunts abs at six months pregnant, sparks controversyAirline shamed for making prospective employees take a pregnancy test
In light of Pirelli’s last two releases, it seems that the era of the white-washed, size-six fashion calendar is coming to an end.Only there’s one group of women yet to have a calendar of their very own: plus-sized women.Which is why Brianna McDonnell, a body-positive fashion blogger at the B Word, has decided to create one.The #BeInYourSkin 2018 editorial calendar features 25 plus-size bloggers, influencers and friends as part of a campaign to empower and inspire – an idea which she told Mic came “organically”.“I wanted to create images of plus-size women that were creative, different, sexy, artful, strong, empowering and editorial,” she said. “It’s very rare to see a plus-size body in the media portrayed in an editorial way.”“I wanted to create something for plus-size women, where they could see themselves in the images. If they could see themselves in one of us, they too can be as strong, powerful and glamorous. It is about representation.”You can buy your own here.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Plus-size woman turned into a body-shaming meme fights backThis one woman inspired hundreds to wear clothing they have ‘no business wearing’Former Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman, 59, posts honest bikini selfie
Whether the result of surgery, an accident or self harm, scars are nothing to be ashamed of.But for those who wish that theirs were out of sight, there are ways of doing this other than wearing long sleeves.Creative tattoo artists from around the world have found genius ways of either hiding or working with scars, turning them into beautiful works of art.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:A new tattoo trend could spell the end of wedding rings17 minimalist tattoo ideas for couples
The pair were inspired by chocolate geodes created by their professor Peter Greweling, and decided to have a stab at making their own. Before they were cracked open, the chocolate outer surface was airbrushed to make the geodes look more realistic. All the while the pair had no idea what the results would look like on the inside. “Working on these rock candy geodes for six months and finally opening them is a dream come true.” Said Yeatts.
Sure, it's not the more orthodox approach, but it makes an important point about breastfeeding and women's freedom.
It’s rare for a fashion brand to talk about anything other than clothes. Scandinavian label, Monki, set out to change all that with their latest campaign. It’s this last part that has caused a social media storm.