Is there any such thing as “too soon” when it comes to finding love again after a spouse dies? Some of Tiffany Thornton's critics assert that there is.
Photo: Matt Irwin for Glamour Sandra Bullock has a lot of adoring fans — there’s a reason why she was Hollywood’s highest paid actress in 2014 — but her biggest admirer isn’t her son, daughter, or stalker, it’s Zoe Kazan, her co-star in the upcoming political thriller Our Brand Is Crisis. Bullock appears on the cover of Glamour magazine’s November issue and Kazan, playing the smart assistant to the 51-year-old’s power political consultant, was given the opportunity to interview one of the kindest people she’s ever met. Turns out, Bullock is precisely the person off screen that you expect her to be: the aforementioned kind, but also funny, generous, and someone who listens to others with her entire self, as Kazan puts it. The pair sat down the day after the premiere of their movie at the Toronto International Film Festival and while Kazan has respected the fact that Bullock likes to keep her personal private, she jumped at the opportunity to ask one of her heroes everything she “always wanted to know but was too shy to ask.” Sandra Bullock on Glamour’s November cover wearing a coat from The Row and a Dior earring. Photo: Matt Irwin for Glamour Like any good journalist, Kazan knew the key to loosen a subject up is flattery and she lays it on right off the bat by telling Sandy that if she wasn’t a movie star, she’d be the rock of a small town.
Yves Saint Laurent Opium Created over 15 years ago and shot by the legendary Steven Meisel, it features the then red-headed Dahl in a striking, but suggestive looking position. After hundreds of complaints, the Opium ad was banned from billboards, but was still allowed to be shown in magazines. It was also approved when the image was rotated 90 degrees, so that the pose was less suggestive (but still naked). This was shot when Tom Ford was at YSl, so we’re not that surprised, given that Tom Ford makes another appearance in our naughty list later.
Lacking inspiration in the salon chair ? Not sure what hairstyle is right for you? Take a look at this video that followsBuzzFeed’s Eugene Lee Yang through 12 very different hair styles — from the man bun to the pompadour — in just two minutes. Watching this video, not only will you be impressed by stylist David Dang’s skills, but also Yang’s ability to pull it all off.
Aside from Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge’s maternity fashion, her relationship with Prince William and her ADORABLE two children, the other thing that people are obsessed with is the Duchess of Cambridge’s enviable tresses. And while she always has perfect locks (she’s a princess people, c'mon), some of her hairstyles are more iconic than others. We spoke to Chris Appleton, Remington’s Session Stylist, to find out how to achieve the 33-year-old’s most popular hairstyles at home. Here are the EXCLUSIVE video hair tutorials that allow you to recreate Kate’s most iconic looks in two minutes or less… Signature Blow Dry You will need… - Hairdryer - Round brush - Paddle brush - Smoothing cream - Volumising spray ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
In this exclusive video, we follow celebrity makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury as she preps Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Sara Sampaio for a special event at Bergdorf Goodman in July. Tilbury used products from her permanent collection as well as her new limited edition collection in collaboration with legendary fashion photographer Norman Parkinson . The look she created for Sampaio was inspired by the swinging 60s, dubbed by Tilbury the “Miss Kensington” look. Watch the duo get ready for the event here!