The "Underworld" star took on body shaming and age shaming in a post on Instagram.
Before becoming co-stars in this summer’s sci-fi film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Rihanna and Cara Delevingne were friends for years. And their affection for each other shows on the red carpet as they hit premieres together around the world, serving one strikingly different — yet equally awesome — style moment after another.
When it comes to fancy fêtes like the Met Gala, is bald the new updo? Model and actress Cara Delevingne may agree, as she rocked a silver-painted shaved head to accentuate her disco fever getup.
High-profile models and celebrities are photographed by the paparazzi almost every time they leave the house. Featuring the case on their social media channels in their selfies, the “it” girls of the fashion industry are hyping this latest trend.
Models walk the runway at the Fenty X Puma by Rihanna Autumn Winter 2017 fashion show during Paris Fashion Week on March 6, 2017 in Paris, France. “I’m going to get in trouble,” whispered Cara Delevingne to Nick Jonas.
Cara Delevingne is never one to shy away from a bold makeup statement, and her beauty look for Comic Con was no exception.
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Of all the red carpet looks at the MTV Movie Awards, actress Cara Delevingne’s tiny braid, running along her side-parted hair, really caught our attention.
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Collins, 82, spoke with The Cut recently about what advice she’s given her famously bushy browed goddaughter about the acting industry—and Collins certainly wasn’t holding back. “That’s what I always say to [Delevingne].
Whether you’re a Luc Besson kind of girl or Cara Delevingne kind of guy, here’s the opportunity of a lifetime: Yahoo Style is teaming up with the legendary French director—yes, the man behind The Fifth Element—to host a global costume contest for his next film, the hugely anticipated Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. In the film, which stars Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen, Dane DeHaan, and Rihanna, 8,000 different creatures exist on a space station called Alpha in the year 2580. They want to see your designs, which can be submitted via Talenthouse, and together with Yahoo Style’s editor in chief Joe Zee will select up to 20 winners whose costumes could be turned from a sketch into reality and featured in the final film. The most important thing to note is that your design needs to include room for arms, legs, and a head. Besson says, “My hope is that by offering a contest like this to artists worldwide, we will gain access to inspired and original creations from a plethora of fresh perspectives, and the film will benefit from this collaboration.” Winners will be featured on Yahoo Style and in the film, plus receive $1000 for their work.
Photo: Love the look of excessive tattoos but don’t have the pain tolerance or ability to forecast whether you’ll still like having permanent ink on your arms in 50 years’ time? This time around, the tattoos are generally less flash, more abstract. At Dries van Noten, several models wore sheer gloves and body suits covered in monotone stroke and serpentine prints—an artistic nod to alternative, tattooed ladies. Photo: In Milan, DSquared2′s interpretation was more literal: Models wore body-con tops and full bodystockings—covered in a dense, full-color tattoo print—as a bottom layer beneath their clothes.
Photo: Reuters There isn’t much that Cara Delevingne keeps to herself — in fact, she’s built an entire brand based on oversharing. “And I wish at that time I realized other people go through it, that I can talk to other people, that you’re not alone, you’re not an alien.” Her message to her fans, she asserted, has always been to accept yourself no matter what, to love yourself, and to embrace your flaws.