Maybe it wasn’t a wise idea to interview Emily Ratajkowski at Grand Central Market, the crowded emporium of taco stands and omelet spots in downtown Los Angeles. Ratajkowski—actress and model, activist and Instagram queen—has been known to cause the occasional stir, and as I push through the throngs on my way toward our meeting spot, I begin to bemoan the lack of secluded nooks. But when Ratajkowski shows up wearing an LPA hooded sweater, standing alone next to the agreed-upon ramen counter, there’s no outbreak of commotion.
With so many makeup tutorials available on the internet, applying makeup has gotten a lot easier. Just type "smoky eye" or "bold lip" into Youtube's search bar, and you can find thousands of videos offering tips and tricks. Yet, when looking at celebrities on the red carpet, it seems obvious that even with all the makeup techniques being shared with us we still don't achieve the same "naturally" flawless results.
Stop being so hard on yourself, says a new study.
Feeling stressed out? Having self-compassion—and not being so hard on yourself—according to a new study,may be the key to surviving and thriving during challenging times. University students who reported increases in self-compassion during their first year at school also felt more energetic, optimistic, and engaged, researchers found.
While we love the clothing, models, and new styles that emerge during Fashion Week, one of our favorite parts of the epic week has nothing to do with the show, but everything to do with the celebrities who watch from the sidelines, specifically from the front row. From A-list celebrities like Diane Kruger and Kirsten Dunst at the Dior Haute Couture runway show to fashionista and all-around It-girl Olivia Palermo making her way to almost every major show this month, there's a reason why front-row seating is so coveted and so fun to scope out.
Change is in the air for Prince William and Kate Middleton. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced on Friday that they will make London's Kensington Palace their home base beginning this autumn.
Instead of their country estate in Norfolk, Kensington Palace's Apartment 1A will become their primary place of residence. The apartment used to be home to Queen Elizabeth's sister Princess Margaret and recently underwent a more than $6.5 million renovation.
A statement from Kensington Palace explained the royal couple's residential history:
Between Too Faced and Kylie Jenner's latest shadow palette ventures, we're thisclose to dubbing 2017 the year of the peach, and with every new launch, we're quickly learning that the fruit can't be defined by just one hue. It's a color just about everyone can wear, provided that you pay close attention to your own complexion—veer too far into the apricot spectrum, and your lids could appear orange, whereas paler shades don't read as intense on your coloring.
There are lots of words you could use to describe Kristen Stewart’s style. But safe isn’t one of them.
In the 15-plus years that the star has been dressing for the red carpet, she’s become known as a glorified fashion chameleon, consistently turning up in looks that both surprise and delight in a sea full of strapless columns. Even at the most formal (and let’s face it, sometimes stuffy) events, Stewart brings the cool factor.
Shop the look: 1. Red Valentino coat, $1,995; farfetch.com 2. Lauren Conrad x Kohl's necklace, $14; kohls.com 3. Mango boots, $80 (originally $150); mango.com 4. See by Chloe bag, $460; bloomingdales.com 5. Alexander Wang jeans, $344; mytheresa.com 6. DKNY sweater, $258; dkny.com 7. UGG gloves, $110; ugg.com