The 21-year-old announced to her followers that she'd just tried cereal with milk for the first time.
After several hours of primping, posing, and politely clapping through every acceptance speech and a surprise proposal, Hollywood was more than ready to let loose following Monday’s Emmy Awards . Luckily, there were plenty of options, with after-parties hosted by the likes of HBO, Fox, and Netflix, not to mention the swanky Governors Ball, which drew Claire Foy , Keri Russell, Donald Glover, and the cast of Stranger Things . It was all about the schmoozing, the dancing, and the showing off of some hefty new trophies. Read on to see the stars — including many of the evening’s big winners — unwind in their red carpet finest. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Padma Lakshmi recycled her Emmys dress because it deserves ‘to be worn again and treasured’ • ‘Stop Kavanaugh’ temporary tattoo makes Emmys red carpet political • 2018 Emmy Awards arrivals Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
The actress' mother was widely applauded for attending the Emmy Awards 2018 in traditional Korean dress.
Director Glenn Weiss pays tribute to his late mother, and then brings down the house by getting down on his knee for his girlfriend.
Kendall Jenner has claimed that her words were “twisted” in a recent interview with Love Magazine, in which she claimed to be more “selective” than her fellow supermodels. According to Love Magazine, Jenner said: “Since the beginning we’ve been super selective about what shows I would do.
The 46-year-old Oscar-winning actor is spending time with a 22-year-old Playboy model while his divorce is still waiting to be finalized.
Vogue Williams has revealed her stunning wedding gown months after she tied the knot to Spencer Matthews. The 32-year-old model has shared the first images from the intimate Scottish ceremony, which took place in June, in Hello! Magazine. In contrast, Matthews sported a royal blue suit, with a matching waistcoat and broach.
Aretha Franklin has died on Thursday at her home in Detroit, she was 76 years old. The prolific singer’s career spans over six decades, rightfully earning her the title “Queen of Soul.” Although music may be her centerpiece, Franklin’s fashion and beauty looks can be heralded as equally iconic. Franklin’s style was extravagant, lavish, and befitting of a superstar. Although one of Franklin’s sartorial choices may not be as popular today — she loved wearing fur . She often wore luxurious fur coats on and off the stage, with intricately embroidered dresses threaded with beads and feathers. Franklin had a penchant for regal jewelry, too: statement jewel earrings, emerald rings, and pearl necklaces. The “Natural Woman” singer was unafraid of bold, bright colors, loud, statement prints, and elaborate hair and makeup looks. In the ‘60s, Franklin often wore beehive hairdos and glossy, nude lips with maxi-length embroidered dresses and caftans. During the ‘70s, she embraced the era’s “flower power” aesthetic, on one occasion in 1975 wearing a dress with an oversized floral print and feathers stitched along the collar and trim. Franklin also sported well-coiffed Afros and neat cornrows . In the ’80s, Franklin saturated her wardrobe with ruffles, tulle and metallics. Maximalism was Franklin’s go-to — and she paired it with glaring haircuts. In the ’90s, she often wore gowns by fashion designer Arnold Scaasi , the same designer who has dressed American First Ladies Hillary Clinton , Barbara Bush , and Mamie Eisenhower. In the aughts, Franklin continued to flaunt her figure and wear glamorous gowns that hugged her curves, rocking them with shoulder-skimming hairstyles before settling into her most recent pixie cut . From her 20s to her 70s, Franklin’s style epitomized her extraordinary talent. She embraced old Hollywood glamour, wearing Oscar-worthy red-carpet gowns that shimmered, and shined on and off stage. More was always better with this diva. Having started her musical career at a time when there wasn’t as much widely-reported scrutiny of a woman’s appearance as it today (think entertainers like Beyoncé , Mariah Carey , or Jennifer Lopez ), Franklin freely and effortlessly experimented with just about every beauty trend. Throughout her 76 years, the “Queen of Soul” has been a force to be reckoned with, earning a myriad of accolades that musicians only dream of. In 1967 at just 25, she released her hit song, “Respect,” which quickly skyrocketed to the top of the music charts. In subsequent years, Franklin continued to produce hit songs such as “I Say a Little Prayer,” “Baby I Love You,” and “Chain of Fools,” which helped define her generation, known as the “Golden Age of Soul.” In 1987, Franklin became the first woman to ever be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. In 1994, she became the youngest recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors at 52 years old. That same year, she received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2005, she was selected as one of 14 recipients for the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Throughout her decades-long career, the Detroit-born artist has earned 44 Grammy nominations and won 18 of them. To say Aretha Franklin is a legend is an understatement. Ahead, go back in time to see Aretha Franklin’s most iconic fashion and beauty looks. Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Beyoncé and Jay-Z dedicate Detroit concert to Aretha Franklin • Aretha Franklin is reportedly ‘gravely ill’ • How to get 6 first-class airport looks from Meghan Markle, Priyanka Chopra, and more Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
A watchdog is cracking down on celebrities who don't clarify if they've been paid to promote certain products.
*Warning: Some readers may find some of the images in this article NSFW. You’ve got to give it to Madonna ; she doesn’t give a hoot what people think of her style. The award-winning artist has been longstanding red carpet rebel, working one headline-hitting outfit after another. Vogue once called the singer, who turns 60 on 16 August, an “indisputable American icon” – and that’s undeniably true. Over her 30-plus year career, her wardrobe’s become as iconic as her chart-topping hits. Madonna’s look has always been an integral part of her career and has constantly evolved. With each new record/album/tour came a new look and a new Madonna. She’s not only the Queen of Pop – but the Queen of Reinvention. The singer launched her career in the early 80s as the ultimate ‘material girl’ with statement hair accessories, loud colours and even louder make-up. As the decade passed, Madonna became more rebellious. Edgy tulle skirts were paired with crucifixes and layered necklaces reminiscent of a 1930s pin-up. Up next was Madonna’s most sexy era. She teamed up with French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier and took to the stage in version one of the bullet bra; one of her most controversial looks to date. By comparison, the naughties were fairly tame for the superstar. A focus on her film career (Madonna scored starring roles in ‘Evita’, ‘Swept Away’, and a cameo in ‘Die Another Day’) and new husband director Guy Ritchie in her life, she toned down her fashion and arrived at red carpet events in fairly sedate looks. But that didn’t mean Madonna was ready to retire her corsets. Aged 50, the singer was still wearing a leotard – a clear sign that she was never going to conform to society’s constraints. In 2016, aged 57, she arrived at the Met Gala wearing a lace look that bared both her breasts and behind. While half the world condemned the singer, the other half applauded her figurative finger-flip to ageism. What’s next for the boundary-pushing icon? Your guess is as good as ours. For now, we’ll content ourselves with looking back at Madonna’s most controversial outfits to date. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Madonna’s age-shamed yet again: Is it time to give the singer a break? Madonna hits back at her critics in powerful speech about ageism, sexism and misogyny
There are rumours Amal and George Clooney will be attending their second royal wedding of the year - which means they're sure to serve up another great style moment.