The 19-year-old model from New York is breaking out of the brow mold and proudly rocking her unibrow. Just like Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, the teenage beauty was blessed with a naturally bushy brow. “My mum always told me it’s good to have thick brows because she plucked her thin ones off in the ’90s when pencil brows were in,” she continues.
Since bursting onto the ‘celebrity’ scene at her big sister’s wedding, Pippa Middleton has become something of a national treasure. Her easy going manner, winning smile, on point ladylike style and *that* behind have helped the 32-year-old soar in the past five years. As news of her engagement breaks, we look back over Pippa’s most memorable looks - and attempt to guess what she may wear on her big day.
"As a government employee, I am granted health care, and I see firsthand that for one to have health care, you have to have jobs," Kara McCullough said.
Nafi Diaby gave birth to a girl named Kadiju with the help of the Turkish flight crew; photos of them have been shared on social media by the airline.
Whether you’re attending plenty of springtime weddings or simply want to stock up on the season’s newest gowns, there’s a plethora of dresses to take your pick from.
A photo from a project highlighting the beauty of black skin is rubbing some people the wrong way on social media. The image in question from One, a series by Isaac West featuring stunning models in colorful underwear set behind brightly colored backdrops, places the most light-skinned woman front and center. In response, West, a student and fashion designer in Minnesota, says to Yahoo Beauty that “as black people, we have something very unique about us — our skin tone.
Boston bombing survivor Adrianne Haslet strutted the runway in a high-tech prosthetic leg as she opened and closed for a Lesley Hampton at Vancouver Fashion Week.
All hail Lady Gaga, a woman who is not afraid to express herself.From the wigs, platforms and unusual fabrics (who can ever forget that meat dress!?), we have grown fond of the singer’s quirky personal style. Although they’re not everyone’s cup of tea, her ensembles are always fun, impractical and, most of all, memorable.From the jaw-dropping bizarre to the completely bonkers, here are the Lady Gaga looks we won’t be forgetting anytime soon in honour of her 31st birthday.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed every day. ...
The world is in uproar after two teenage girls were banned from a United Airlines flight for wearing leggings. Apparently, the airline has a strict dress code that includes no midriffs, no short skirts, no pyjamas and no ripped garments.
The attacker ran over pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, attacked and killed a police officer with a knife, and was later shot and killed by security services. The video footage and images weren’t easy for grown-ups to digest, let alone children, and the temptation for many parents, like me, was to switch off the TV in a bid to protect little ones from learning the truth. “It is good to talk to your children about events like yesterday’s attack for two main reasons,” says Emma Kenny, psychologist at Make Your Switch. “Firstly, if you don’t talk to them about it someone else will and they won’t necessarily know how to deal with that information.
Rather than just complaining about the lack of diversity, Canadian photographer Julia Busato decided to do something. In an incredibly powerful photo series, she captured a variety of women posing naked with a mannequin.
Aside from condoms and hormonal contraception, we were curious to find out what methods real life regular ladies were using to avoid unwanted pregnancy. “I feel like a lot of sex is geared towards getting the girl wet enough to facilitate penetrative sex. Everyone should be going for regular sexual health checkups if they’re not in an LTR.
Each year at the Cheltenham Festival, there’s one day on which our eyes are drawn to colours besides those on the horses.
This year’s live action remake of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ hasn’t just been a talking point in the film world, it’s influence has spilled out into the fashion world. You only need to glance at red carpet photos to see just how many celebrities have been wearing versions of Belle’s iconic yellow dress to premieres, awards ceremonies and fashion events.
Vinyl has emerged as the thing to be seen in this season. Although it’s less useful for those hot summer days, the shiny stuff is perfect for spring.
Shot by photographer, Harry Were, the beautiful images feature 57-year-old model, Mercy Brewer, as the star of the labels autum/winter 2017 campaign. “Perceptions of beauty have and always will change, therefore I think we can conclude its standard is not set in stone, and new beauty is always waiting to be discovered,” she said of the campaign. “I believe we are in a moment in time where older women’s beauty has been a startling revelation.
Ever finished watching a Disney movie and wished you could step right inside your screen and experience its magical wonders first-hand? Then you’re in for a treat, because many of the backdrops to our favourite movies were inspired by real places that you can actually visit. From fairy-tale castles to majestic palaces, cartoons to animations, and Cinderella to Cars, these are the real-life locations that inspired Disney films.
Because it was actually a meeting of the Peckham branch of the Women’s Institute. An influx of younger women has completely switched up the demographic of the UK’s largest voluntary women’s organisation.
No one knows this better than those in the US, for example, as President Donald Trump has recently reintroduced old restrictions on abortion funding. Similarly over here in the UK, as many fantastic women fight to influence policy, raise awareness and support vulnerable women all over the country, other kinds of change – whether that be austerity, internet culture or a lack of understanding – seem to be doing their best to hold us back.
“I’ve been addressing sexual assault through frank, open discussions in locker rooms around the country since 2014,” says Alexis Jones, founder of these nonprofit efforts to empower women and girls. “Now, three years later, we face the potential loss of Title IX, which holds colleges accountable by the government for their handling of sexual assault reports. “Since the Supreme Court rolled back key provisions of the Voting Rights Act in 2013, we have seen a concerted effort in many states to stop some voters from voting, or to make it much harder for them to participate,” says Chris Carson, League president.
On January 21st millions of marchers all around the world gathered together in peaceful protest and to get their voices heard on a whole spectrum of causes: women’s rights, reproductive rights, gender equality, violence, LGBT rights, workers rights, civil rights, immigrant rights, and on and on. In London we had hoped that there would be 50,000 – we could see the numbers growing as the date approached.