The tweet has gone viral, prompting thousands of responses as people weighed in on their own personal pop culture torment.
Britons from all across the country came to Windsor to hear the royal baby birth announcement. One woman came equipped with twin baby balloons, noting, “They do sell Afro-American babies now of ethnic minorities."
"She was really well behaved," the professor says. "I think we all enjoyed having her energy."
The rock legend made the comment about his Rolling Stones bandmate Mick Jagger, who recently fathered his eighth child. Several experts share their opinions.
Pokemon Go is taking over the world. Just when you think the world might have reached peak Pokemon, parents go and start naming their babies after characters from the monster-chasing app. The report also notes that Pokemon characters like Starmie, Ivysaur and Shayman could also be having an influence on baby monikers.
A unique Bentley Continental featuring artwork from Sir Peter Blake has been revealed, prior to its charity auction at this summer's Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Continental GT V8 S Convertible boasts a design by the godfather of
Moschino wants you to get lit. During the the fall 2016 runway presentation on Thursday, the often controversial Italian design house released a new capsule collection – featuring cigarettes. Guests sitting in the front row at the show received a “fashion kills” iPhone case, which resembled an open package of cigarettes. This theme continued throughout the show with cigarette-inspired accessories, including handbags and earrings, clothing covered in burn marks and actual smoke. Like most Moschino shows, it was quite the spectacle.And this isn’t the first time the brand’s creative director, Jeremy Scott, has found inspiration in everyday objects. For the spring/summer ‘15 show traffic signs played a big role, and who could forget the McDonalds-inspired ready-to-wear collection of 2014. Click through the gallery above to see some of the pieces and let us know what you think by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
Last year was a banner year for movies: The force was awakened, the trans experience went mainstream, and Leo turned raw bison liver into the hottest food trend of the year. So what does Hollywood have in store for us in 2016? Of course there’ll be the requisite hero fare, another Star Wars, and at least five films starring Samuel L. Jackson. But 2016 also promises to be a sartorially strong year at the movies. There’s the long-awaited return of a certain bumbling male model, Tom Ford’s hugely anticipated return behind the camera, and a ghost story starring Kristen Stewart as a personal shopper in Paris’ high fashion underworld. Click through for a preview of what promises to be the six most stylish films of the year.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
2015 was the year of the celebrity Girl Squad. We’ve gawked as Taylor Swift and her gang of supermodels strut in combat lingerie in “Bad Blood,” admired Tavi Gevinson and her precocious and talented group of young feminists, envied Lena Dunham and her real life Girls, and Instagram-stalked Man Repeller Leandra Medine and her #GirlBoss clique. It appears that female friendships — and finding a sisterhood of your own — has never had a stronger or more media-hungry moment, but even before hashtags existed, female friendships were prominent in pop culture. This week, the cast of the 1995 film based on Ann M. Martin’s book series, The Baby-Sitters Club, reunited for a screening in Austin, Texas, to celebrate the film’s twentieth anniversary. Rachael Leigh Cook, Larisa Oleynik, Schuyler Fisk, and Marla Sokoloff were in attendance, inducing peak nostalgia for these ‘90s it-girls.If you’re looking for more #SquadGoals, check out these pre-hashtag films, television shows, books, and bands for inspiration, laughs, and cautionary lessons about friendships.Related:The Debutante Diaries: How a Feminist Learned to Curtsy in a Tiara8 Ways Gloria Steinem Improved Our LivesOn Mom Bods, Dad Bods, Granny Hair, and Silver Foxes: The Celebrated and the Unsung