Australian model Stevie Alger was ‘slut-shamed’ in an Instagram direct message because she didn’t like the photo a swimwear label planned to use for their latest campaign. Stevie, 19, was paid to model for Queensland bikini brand Aquadiva, but voiced concern when the boss lady Allison Appleby told her a specific picture would run on a poster at the label’s pop-up store. Stevie was unsure about the image and told Allison via message that she felt “self conscious” because her boyfriend and all of her friends would be at the event.
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More than 150 models were allegedly left to wait in a stairwell with no lights for three hours by casting agents for Balenciaga
Emma Watson is a lot of things: actress, model, feminist and activist. The 26-year-old has succeeded in surprising everyone with a topless shoot for Vanity Fair. Emma’s modesty is protected by a white, caged cape from Burberry (fresh from the brand’s recent London Fashion Week show collection), paired with an Elizabethan inspired ruff.
On Tuesday evening, President Trump delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress — and first lady Melania Trump marked the occasion with a sequined black power suit, complete with a wide waist-defining black belt. From Michael Kors’s Spring 2017 collection, the Floral-Embroidered Stretch Pebble-Crepe Dinner Jacket retails for$4,995 (approximately £4,000). “A black-tie suit, shaped, slit and exquisitely embellished — sexy this season is sly,” Kors said of the piece. ...
Every season of Fashion Week, there are some seriously strange looks debuted on the catwalk. In the past, face masks, belted bras, guns, and even duvets have been modelled on the runway – so it takes a lot to surprise us now. Yet, we continue to be shocked. Above, all the, erm, ‘what were they thinking’ moments from this season of London Fashion Week.
London Fashion Week AW17 is here – and all the weird, wacky and wonderful catwalk trends that come with it. Not to mention all the celebrity front row appearances.
We’re incredibly used to seeing the Duchess of Cambridge at daytime events; whether she’s attending a charity lunch, unveiling a banner or giving a talk, she conducts dozens of public engagements a year. But her evening commitments are far less frequent. Aside from the odd state banquet or film premiere, the mum-of-two is rarely seen after dark – which is what makes her evening ensembles so headline-hitting.
The new issue of Vogue is sparking controversy about the magazine’s so-called diversity problem and alleged airbrushing tactics. The March issue of Vogue (on newsstands February 21) is devoted to differences in beauty — what the magazine calls “The Great Beauty Shakeup” — and features models of varying ethnicities lined up on a Malibu beach. Liu Wen, Ashley Graham, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Imaan Hammam, Adwoa Aboah, and Vittoria Ceretti. ...
Selena Gomez and The Weeknd couldn’t keep their hands off each other as they emerged from Giorgio Baldi. Selena Gomez is a veritable master of mixing high-end fashion brands with relaxed street-style staples. The stylish singer can rock an £6 top, crush in a simple £36 swimsuit, and model for Louis Vuitton, thank you very much.
Leave it to Jennifer Lawrence to give us all a lesson in dressing for wintry evenings. The 26-year-old actress stepped out in a chic-yet-cosy starry ensemble at a Paris photocall of her new film ‘Passengers’, looking every bit the modern day fashion icon.
Ever since Kate Middleton became the Duchess of Cambridge, people have been watching her wardrobe like hawks. Her mix of simplicity and elegance coupled with her constant championing of British designers has earned the Duchess the title of style icon. With designs selling out as soon as she wears them, it’s about time all of her noteworthy looks were put in one place. So here’s the ultimate Kate Middleton style file (you can thank us later). All The Times The Duchess Of Cambridge Has Re-worn Her Favourite Outfits In 2016 The Royal Style Moments That Will Go Down In History
Leave it to Blake Lively to make a flawless post-baby first appearance. The actress, who gave birth to her second child with husband Ryan Reynolds less than two months, attended the L’Oréal Women of Worth awards in New York City last night, and looked as on-point as ever.
Michelle Obama is on her way out of the White House, but before she settles into post-FLOTUS life, she’s getting a sendoff from Vogue. The magazine has unveiled Obama as its December cover star.
No one ever expected Hillary Clinton to become a fashion icon, but during her time on the campaign trail, that’s exactly what she became. Donning a huge variety of power suits, it was her crisp, white Ralph Lauren co-ord that struck a cord with women globally – the two piece that the former presidential candidate wore for her final debate. Above, where you can buy variations on Hillary’s Ralph Lauren number.
Hillary Clinton’s been in the spotlight for over two decades, thanks to her time as the FLOTUS (First Lady of the United States), as secretary of state and, most recently, a presidential candidate. Headbands and scrunchies may’ve been and gone, but one element of Hillary’s style has remained constant: power suits. From bright and bold numbers to all-white ensembles, trouser suits have occupied the vast majority of her wardrobe space for years now – while dresses have only ever been worn for special occasions. In celebration of the first ever female presidential candidate’s, we’re looking back at the 69-year-old’s fierce fashion – and hairstyles.
Since Theresa May took on the role of Prime Minister earlier this year, it’s not just her policies that have been judged – but her wardrobe choices. An issue we’re pretty confident that David Cameron didn’t have to deal with. At the Pride of Britain awards, held on Monday night in London and aired last night on national television, the PM was condemned for her outfit – a simple navy dress.
Bella Hadid worked the lingerie look like an absolute pro at a Dior book launch dinner in New York City last night, donning a sheer polka dot tulle dress over her oh-so-chic Dior bra and knickers.
What to wear at evening events this winter? Velvet, of course. Anna Kendrick, Felicity Jones and ‘Pretty Little Liars’ star Shay Mitchell wore this season’s most tactile trend to the ELLE Women in Hollywood awards last night, proving that the fabric is a must in every woman’s wardrobe. Winter whites were also prominent – both model Alessandra Ambrosio and Vanessa Hudgens donned all-white ensembles – and Kristen Stewart worked the cold-shoulder look.