From XXL waves or ultra-short waves, to completely wet hair or puffy voluminous hair and couture accessories or totally regressive ones, take a look at the stylish looks which have shaken up the beauty scene on the runways at Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018.
Posing for family portraits as a teenager is always a drag, but when you and your siblings are the supermodel spawn of Cindy Crawford, it's a tad less embarrassing.
Taking sibling portraits to the next level, Kaia and Presley Gerber front the Spring 2018 campaign for Calvin Klein Jeans together. The teenage modeling duo appears in the brand's latest #MyCalvins ads titled 'Our Youth' and photographed by Willy Vanderperre.
Moschino designer Jeremy Scott is teaming up with MAC Cosmetics for a collection of limited edition makeup housed in the ultimate throwback packaging. Scott broke the news on Instagram today, sharing that he designed "a boombox shaped eyeshadow palette consisting of 29 shades, a lip palette shaped like a tape cassette with a mirror, and a lil something for the cheeks in the form of a CD!"
As a new book of his Pirelli calendar outtakes is published by Taschen, we explore how Peter Lindbergh’s aesthetic has shaped the fashion world as we know it
This is customization on a new level.
The worst news to ever befall the world of very important (yet totally not important) things has just been announced: The existence of chocolate is in danger.
According to a new report in Business Insider, the only thing that consistently makes you happy could go extinct in your lifetime, thanks to a decline in cacao plants (refresher: chocolate is made from the seeds of said plant). Apparently, cacao plants are especially sensitive to climate changes—most of the crops can only be grown in two small countries in Africa, currently—and with the ever-increasing temperatures, the plants are now on track for total extinction as early as 2050 (which, heads up, is only 32 measly years from now).
To showcase its Move sneaker, Kenzo tapped dancers from around the world to interpret each shoe color with a different move in a new online campaign. Shot by Paris-based collective 5fruits, the dancers performed choreography by the duo I Could Never Be a Dancer to music by Lafawndah.