Michelle Obama’s vacation style just keeps getting better and better.
Salma Hayek’s transformation into Frida Kahlo for the 2002 film Frida was so believable it earned her an Oscar nomination, but off the big screen, you can generally rely on the actress to stick close to her own signature look. Throughout Hayek’s career, we’ve never taken her for the beauty-chameleon type - until last night, when she showed up at the Women in Motion event at Cannes Film Festival looking barely recognizable in retro rose-gold waves courtesy of celebrity colorist Aura Friedman. In fact, it seems like she might have drawn some inspiration for the shade from the pink and green floral appliqués on her Gucci dress - a nice coordinating touch for a glamorous night out in Cannes.
(CNN)Donald Trump's first major trip overseas may be fraught with diplomatic land mines for the President, but the Trump administration can at least comfort itself with the clear hit that Melania Trump has been with the Saudi press. The fact that Melania is communicating with the media and the public in Saudi Arabia -- mainly through what Saudi news reports have deemed her "classy and conservative" fashion choices -- works well in the notoriously anti-woman kingdom. Melania walks behind her husband, is quiet and reserved, does not make obvious demands (at least not ones we can hear), and most importantly, she looks beautiful and polished. All of that should come as no surprise, given whom Melania is married to.
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When Corinne de Vries became pregnant with her first child, the Dutch blogger was struck by the way her life changed.
Bitcoin hit a fresh record high above $2,100 on Monday with the cryptocurrency continuing its strong rally.
Climbing Mount Everest could be an even more perilous challenge to overcome after it was confirmed by a mountaineer that the 'Hillary Step' - a famous rock face located near the summit -had been destroyed in the aftermath of an earthquake in Nepal in 2015. The step owes its name to Edmund Hillary - the first man to conquer world's tallest mountain in 1953. British mountaineer Tim Mosedale has now claimed the latter stages of the climb will now be "tricky to negotiate".