Alicia Keys stopped by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to promote her new album, Here, looking fresh-faced and stunning on Friday. The Voice judge was positively glowing with her usual makeup-free look and curly hair. She complemented her natural beauty with a tough but feminine belted camo dress and heeled combat boots.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley took the term "business casual," gave it a twist, and then stepped out like a boss for a CFDA event at Los Angeles's Chateau Marmont on Wednesday.
For the occasion, where the organization's Fashion Fund finalists presented looks on a runway, the 29-year-old beauty donned a pair of wide-leg, pinstripe trousers that featured a high waist, a broad belt, and suit jacket–like layers. She paired the pants with a white button-up, worn partially unbuttoned and off her right shoulder.
Just when we think we're finally ready to fixate on another decade (we're ready to take any new one at this point), the release of something so cool in its homage to the '90s has us once again spiraling down a rabbit hole of nostalgia. Today, that something is the launch of Gucci's vintage-y logo tees from the brand's cruise 2017 collection, available now at gucci.com.
When the clothes are the main attraction, it's hard to give shoes the attention they deserve—something that's made especially difficult by the speed in which models zoom by on the runway. You barely have time to register what you're seeing, when poof, just like that, they're gone. It's really only after Fashion Month wraps that we have the time to scrupulously study every single shoe, drink in all the glorious details (the YSL stiletto!
When you have a body like Jennifer Lopez, you'd want to show it off at every chance you get. For J.Lo, that means a perfectly executed parade of red carpet looks that range from nearly nude, skintight jumpsuits to gowns that fit her like a glove.
Sometimes getting that body doesn't involve a session with a super sonic hair dryer. Yep, sometimes getting that body only involves a really good volumizing shampoo. Seriously, one of the best ways to give your hair some bounce is to use a great volumizing shampoo to prime it for styling. Read on to find out some of my current favorites.
There are certain universal truths in life, and the fact that your styling tools willalways melt when plugged into your converter is probably up there in the top 5 greatests hits. Every time I travel to a country with a current different than the standard 120 V here in the U.S., I can always expect both flat irons and curling wands alike to burn up within minutes of being plugged in, even if they claim to be dual-voltage—I had a pretty traumatic moment last year when one left my ends completely singed on the first day of my Ireland trip.