Voluminous waves and a pop of violet eyeshadow on Scandal's Kerry Washington.
A raspberry lipstick added the perfect pop of color to Gadot's all-black ensemble.
We don't know why Campbell's ultra-glowing skin still surprises us after all these years—but that's the power of a supermodel.
Hudson's newly short hair got the red carpet treatment thanks to a simple black headband.
This is a classic look from the Angelina Jolie beauty playbook: dramatic lashes, black eyeliner, a shiny nude lip, and an effortless updo.
As editors from around the world flock to London for the men's shows, we're still fondly recalling the women's spring '18 shows. We asked our London-based Style Director Adele Cany to pick her favorite looks from London's spring collections and shoot them with photographer Simon Lipman. From Burberry's fresh take on the classic trench to Halpern's sparkle to Mary Katrantzou poufs, London always has a never-ending parade of inspiring looks.
Photography: Simon Lipman
Styling: Adele Cany
Model: Niko (Milk)
Casting: Rebecca Knox
Hair: Brady Lea
Makeup: Rebekah Lidstone
Assistants: Shade Huntley, Diana Ferreira, Claire Marsh, Elisabeth Adams
From mermaids to melancholy, we examine some of the best bathing scenes in film’s history to mark National Bubble Bath Day
The ‘IRL’ bathroom is usually a place reserved for peace, self-care and reflection. However, on-screen it takes on a very different purpose; more often than not as a cinematic fixture it represents turbulent relationships, carnal desire and bloodlust (thank you, Alfred Hitchcock, for forever rendering the shower curtain a thing of terror).
Today is National Bubble Bath Day, so we thought it fitting to revisit some of film’s best bathing scenes: from Daryl Hannah as a mermaid with prosthetic fins, to Natalie Wood losing her mind, and Julia Roberts affectionately calling her fellow cast and crew members “fuckers”. Enjoy!
The general at the forefront of the war against fast fashion and subsequently, climate change, is visionary Vivienne Westwood, who expresses all her frustrations and more in the call-to-arms that is her fall '18 collection. Bright knits, absurd circus-like patterns, steampunk androgynous styles in tweed and hemp all clarify that yes, this is indeed Westwood at her best.
Though the legendary British designer doesn't need to introduce herself and her aims in her explanatory statement of the collection, she does anyway, particularly because she's created playing cards like puzzle pieces, releasing a week at a time via climaterevolution.co.uk for fans to complete and understand Westwood's message.
A complete list of every winner at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards.