"Guys are no longer satisfied with borrowing their girlfriend's bronzer or moisturiser and instead prefer to have products in their wash bags that are totally tailored to them"
Khloé Kardashian announced her pregnancy via an Instagram photo this week, in which she wears a Calvin Klein bra. Some wondered if the pregnancy announcement was sponsored content.
Anyone arguing that Kaia Gerber isn’t her model mom Cindy Crawford ’s “mini-me,” should see their high school photos. Crawford on the right) and their resemblance is flat-out undeniable. “School pics, now and then,” Crawford write on the Tuesday post with more than 200,000 likes.
Jake Gyllenhaal, the new face of Calvin Klein Eternity fragrances, reflects on his earliest scent memories, being an honest storyteller, and championing equality in Hollywood and beyond.
All eyes, iPhone lenses and Snapchat filters are on New York City. Yes, the Big Apple has surrendered to biannual Fashion Week hysteria. And it’s no wonder, as the home to some of the world’s biggest brands has hosted a series of knock-out shows.Victoria Beckham led the fash pack astray earlier this week with a candy-coloured collection inspired by daughter-turned-muse Harper. While Raf Simons sent Calvin Klein models down the catwalk in paint-splattered cowboy boots that wouldn’t look out of place in a horror film.And then there was Rihanna. Certainly keen to ensure her latest Fenty x Puma show would make the rounds on social media, the singer introduced the crowds to Instagrammable millennial pink sand dunes and epic motorcycle stunts aplenty. Not even the offerings of free popcorn could pry the fash pack’s eyes from the runway…But as the spectacle draws to a close (and the fashion elite flock to London), we examine the New York Fashion Week trends to take home this season.From sorbet-inspired hues to a new definition of ‘fast fashion’, these are the style notes to jot down before hitting the shops.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:Every famous face on the New York Fashion Week SS18 front rowVictoria Beckham dresses down for NYFW with David and Brooklyn on the front rowTransgender and plus-size models make this fashion’s most diverse runway ever
Raf Simons‘s highly anticipated debut collection for Calvin Klein was met with rave reviews — and a massive turnout. The hottest ticket at New York Fashion Week (and it’s only day 2!), was scored by notable Hollywood actresses and prominent members of the fashion community. Notably, Gwyneth Paltrow, who hasn’t been to fashion week in “yeeears,” according to her Instagram, sat next to Julianne Moore, with both lovely ladies looking gorgeous in neutral ensembles. Across the row, Anna Wintour and Sarah Jessica Parker were also seat mates, while Millie Bobby Brown, Naomie Harris, Kate Bosworth, Brooke Shields, and more were there as well.Check out which celebrities and models attended the show.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Back in 2014 Myla Dalbesio made headlines for being chosen as Calvin Klein’s first plus-sized model. Fast forward two years and Coronation Street actress, Catherine Tyldesley has re-ignited the same debate. Posting two images of Myla, alongside the slogan “Calvin Klein’s first plus-size model,” the soap star accused the brand of encouraging eating disorders and body confidence issues.
“A peek up actress Klara Kristin’s skirt to glimpse her CK panties is not kiddie porn – it’s sexy and sex sells,” Mr Davis told FOX News. Can Someone Explain Why Kendall Is Posing With A Grapefruit In These Calvin Ads?
Clavin Klein has just released their latest photo series of Kendall Jenner (obvs, in her Calvins). Sticking to the Calvin Klein advertising theme, the photo also features the text, “I eat fruit in #mycalvins”. Is it Kendall’s favourite fruit?
The British actress and Goodwill ambassador donned a Calvin Klein ensemble, which included an off-the-shoulder monochrome top, trousers and a huge skirt, and made her sartorial prowess known. At first it wasn’t clear how her look tied in with this year’s theme - Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology - but once we discovered how her outfit was made, it made perfect sense. Watson didn’t do a Claire Danes and lace her dress with lights that made the entire ensemble glow in the dark, instead she donned a trouser suit made entirely out of plastic bottles - because she’s all eco-friendly like that. Her black and white look was in fact the result of a collaboration between Calvin Klein and Livia Firth (actor Colin Firth’s wife), who’s an environmental activist and founder of Eco Age Ltd. A photo posted by Eco-Age (@ecoage) on May 2, 2016 at 4:31pm PDT The end result shows that it is entirely possible, with the technology available, to create high-end fashion out of recycled goods (seriously, who knew plastic bottles could look so chic?) - and suggests that more designers should consider following suit. “We loved working with the team at Calvin Klein to create a look that is truly a perfect marriage of ethics and aesthetics,” a rep for Eco Age said on Instagram of Watson’s Met Gala dress.
Flaunting their washboard abs (Bieber) and peachy derrieres (Jenner), it’s definitely one attention-grabbing campaign, but has left us feeling a little sh*t. A peroxide-blond Bieber posted a statuesque snapshot of him flaunting his junk in a just a snug pair of black boxers, with his numerous tattoos on display.
Photography by Eric Ray DavidsonStyling by Monica RoseHair by Jen AtkinMakeup by Etienne OrtegaEven if you live under a rock, you’re familiar enough with the Kardashian women to know what you’d ask for from each. You’d go to Kourtney for advice about chic strollers and Kylie for help optimizing your Instagram self. You’d ask Kim whether, honestly, she ever thinks Kanye’s VMA’s speech was a little too long, and you’d see if Kendall wants to FaceTime Bieber and Gigi. But you’d go to Khloé if you wanted to laugh — if you wanted observations that were unfiltered and witty, if you needed someone to shoot you straight. In the long lifespan that has been the Kardashian-Jenner franchise, the 31-year-old Khloé has always felt like the people’s sister — oddly relatable, funny like your best friend, the one keeping everyone in check. There she is in an early episode, cruising in an SUV with one hand on the wheel, answering a call from her mom. “Khloé? Hey it’s Mommy,” Kris says. “I know, it says that on my caller ID,” Khloé deadpans. Here she is, sailing into Armenia with “the most famous Armenian girl ever” (Kim — in case you were ready to choose another Armenian), jumping into a circle of women performing traditional dance while Kim keeps her distance, smiling politely like a statue. “If Kim ever loses a little bit of fame, she should just move to Armenia!” Khloé says later, of the Evita-like crowds they encountered. Khloé possesses an awareness that belies a near-decade spent with the cameras rolling. With her pointed commentary and uncensored mouth, she knocks down the fourth wall and then seems to take a seat on your couch, spitting out commentary about the show as quickly as you’re thinking it. She lets nothing slide. Khloé really — and tragically — became the Kardashian everyone’s rooting for on October 13, when her ex-husband, former NBA star Lamar Odom was discovered unconscious in a Nevada brothel. As she rushed to Odom’s side, it became clear that her connection to him (in spite of her three-month relationship with Houston Rockets shooting guard James Harden) was serious, both figuratively and legally. The divorce papers, it turned out, hadn’t been finalized; Khloé was responsible for Odom’s medical decisions. Collectively, everyone turned their attention to the toughest Kardashian and held their breath. The lights went out on social media and across all the Kardashian apps as the news cycle churned out occasional updates on Odom’s recovery, which Khloé appeared to be managing with a reservedness we haven’t exactly come to expect from the Kris Jenner school of breaking news — she even asked the brothel owner to please stop talking to the press. Fuzzy pictures emerge of her leaving the hospital late at night, hair pulled back — greasy. Khloé Kardashian is just like us. The tragic event illustrated her fierce loyalty — her strongest quality — as well as her Achilles’ heel (see: Amber Rose Twitter feud; Scott Disick slap).“I’m very protective of my family,” Khloé told me three weeks before Odom’s breakdown, when I met her at the photo shoot for Yahoo Style. Back then, things were a lot more buoyant, and her famous one-liners were humming along on set. “I know, it’s bad — and I love that — it’s just who I am,” she says when I bring up the quips everyone loves. “And I get that it can be too much. Sometimes I talk too much. I’m just … very honest. I’ve also had people be like ‘Oh my God, you’re so funny, will you tell me a joke?’ And I’m like ‘I’m not Kathy Griffin!’ As much as I wish I could, I don’t do stand-up.” This day, Khloé is tan and blonde and wearing a lot of makeup (something I’ll wish I was doing later when we take a selfie). Several pavé diamond rings adorn her fingers, which end in expertly manicured maroon nails. She’s wearing a camouflage bomber jacket, a style I’ll learn is a favorite of hers from a post called “Army Green Bombers Are Bae” on her new app (every month, “Khloé Kardashian” the line item deducts $2.99 from my bank account and teaches me things like why I should appreciate Ciara’s sense of style and how to organize my cereal). She’s honest and open, empathetic and kind, but above all else, she’s pulled together. “If the show were to end tomorrow — not to be ungrateful — it wouldn’t matter to me, because I have my foundation,” she says. “I have friends I’ve had for 15 plus years. I have my core values still going on, and it’s about family and loyalty.” In the past year her stepfather Bruce had become Caitlyn, her sister Kourtney’s relationship with Scott Disick had publicly disintegrated, and her brother Rob had effectively gone into hiding. Khloé herself was in the final stages of her divorce, and she’d also lost 35 pounds, garnering a lot of attention, often in ways she didn’t want (“If someone likes you or doesn’t like you because of your weight, that’s a problem,” she said). To watch Khloé at the shoot, though, was to see someone comfortable and happy — strutting around in a black Mugler leather trench coat, dancing with her glam squad, getting ready to head to Kanye’s concert at the Hollywood Bowl.Before Odom’s emergency, the thing about Khloé that people seemed to be discussing the most was her body. The press has been tough on her since she was a teenager, which is why it may come as no surprise that she’s been gearing up to launch her book, Strong Looks Better Naked, about how to find strength, inside and out. (Little did she know she would need to summon all of hers just a few weeks later with Odom.) “Before the show, I always felt really good in my own skin,” she recalls. “But people called me ‘the fat one,’ so I would almost beat them to the punch: In interviews I was like ‘I know I’m the funny fat one.’” Then came the proliferation of social media, and the Internet got mean. “I remember the first blog I ever saw of myself was on Perez Hilton, and it was bashing me so horribly that it haunted me. I always thought I had a pretty normal body — I could have lost weight six years ago, I could have done all of that. I don’t want to do something for somebody else.” Khloé lost the weight because she started exercising as a stress reliever. Her toned physique and the fact that now she’s having more fun with fashion (hello, bodysuits and denim) are great side effects, but not the end game. “I’ve been so dope this whole time,” she asserts, “I’m a good person. I’ve only changed physically.”Everyone I talked to before I interviewed Khloé expressed a hope that she’d find love. “I mean, I don’t know. I’m dating, obviously. James,” she said, when I ask about Harden. “But I haven’t really spoken a lot about him. I’ve learned from experience you just never know what happens in life. I’ve chosen to keep things closer to my heart until I figure it out. I love hard, I love who I love, and I don’t make any qualms about it. And I can’t wait for that to happen. I think I was so open and honest about my relationship with Lamar — which I don’t regret for a second; it was the best time of my life. But because you can’t just show these wonderful things and then not show the other stuff — like ‘Oh! Lamar disappeared!’ I had to explain I was going through a divorce, and people appreciate that and relate to it,” she pauses. “And we also had a great love story, so I think people want to see that for me again.”In the weeks since our conversation, that love story had reignited, but it was a different, perhaps more enduring chapter of it — the kind that happens when no cameras are on. Khloé’s voice was very quiet when she got on the phone with me last week to talk about Odom, who had been transferred to Cedars-Sinai, in Los Angeles, and was rumored to need a kidney transplant. She’d been easing back into sharing bits of her life with the public. “It’s so bizarre to me that I had to make an announcement on my app about why content stopped,” she said. “Even to do that, I literally had to be talked into it — why do I have to post something informing people that I’m not posting anything? It was just bizarre to me.” She adds, “It’s silly how much you do focus on social media when your life is just kind of fluffy or whatever, and now it’s the last thing on my mind. She’s chopped off her hair (“I was just emotional and irritated being in a hospital — I don’t know why I did it, but I like it”). In the murky lines between Kardashian private lives and public consumption, she was crystal clear that Odom’s condition belonged to the former. “If you look at my past with him, I’ve always been more private,” she said. “So for me, keeping this private is a big deal. I’ve seen a lot of people talk about it, and I think they shouldn’t; you shouldn’t talk about a medical situation unless you’re around it.”When I spoke to her, she hadn’t read any of the online speculation about where her relationship with Harden stood. “Right now, at this moment — I can’t even tell you what’s going to happen in 30 minutes, which I’ve learned recently — but James and I are great, and we’re on a great page. As of this moment, he’s been very supportive. He and I are doing just fine.” If anything, the past few weeks have cemented her theory that with a relationship, less is more. “Not everyone needs to know everything about you — I know that sounds crazy coming from me. There’s already so much access to [my family], I wanted to keep a little percentage of my life just for me.” In Khloé’s view, the assumption that their stalled divorce papers meant she and Odom were back on was shortsighted. “There is so much more medically and emotionally that we have to go through in order to even think about anything romantically,” she said. “This is a very serious situation with a lot of layers. He has a long road ahead of him, and I will be there by his side. I will always love him unconditionally,” she said firmly. “That will never waver coming from me.”That love story does indeed seem unfailing and changing by the day. Reports say Odom was taken off dialysis and can walk. Khloé watched Harden play against the Nuggets in the season opener in Houston. On Halloween, she tweeted a photo of a plastic jack-o’-lantern against a sterile medical background, and the Internet went wild with speculation again. Of course, we have no idea what’s really happening inside of that hospital, but Khloé, you can bet on it, is being strong.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Fashion has been casually hooking up with online dating apps for a while now, but with Diesel’s foray into Tinder, the relationship’s been made official. Another features a redheaded woman with bedhead wearing a comfy sweater that’s “girlfriend material.” Both illustrate that Diesel’s in on the joke — while also poking fun at it — drawing a connection to the young demographic that views dating apps in this same accepting-slash-mocking attitude. According to Andreas Neophytou, creative director at Spring, the agency Diesel hired, the strategy came from the belief that honesty’s the new form of brave. We are a fashion brand and we can do fashion, but we can also laugh at fashion at the same time.” It’s this that seems to set Diesel apart from its competitors who are simply paying premium rates to appear on the pages of Vogue. Neophytou believes that Diesel’s “got the ability to say so much more than other brands, and I think that allows them to be in these other places, it allows them to have a point of view on different things.” A Calvin Klein ad depicting a threesome and some casual sexting.