"Even those of us who do have fathers rarely figure out that our skin's uniqueness isn't a problem," says Bevel Mirrors videographer and participant Jason Harper.
After taking to Instagram to share that their family of four will soon be a family of five, Jessie James tells Yahoo Lifestyle that she and Eric can handle pretty much anything.
To bedazzle her nails, Cardi B trusts one woman to do the job: Jenny Bui, aka the "Queen of Bling." Watch her work her mani magic.
As a soon-to-be mom-of-three, Alba prides herself on identifying gaps in the market based on her experience as a woman and mother.
Heidi Klum is the name behind a full-range clothing line, and she's doing it in collaboration with German grocery store Lidl.
Yahoo Style spoke exclusively with Serena Williams's stylist, Kesha McLeod, who has worked with the athlete for more than eight years now.
The Senate health care bill will have a drastic effect on Planned Parenthood in Alaska, according to a new study shared exclusively with Yahoo Beauty.
After voicing consistent public objection to the fur-trapping and down-harvesting practices of Canada Goose — the decades-old company whose $900 hooded parkas reached peak popularity this year — animal-rights activist group PETA plans to take a different tack towards policy change: by becoming a Canada Goose company shareholder on Thursday, on the company’s first day of its initial public offering. “We will be buying around $4,000 worth of shares so that we can attend and speak at the company’s annual meetings and submit shareholder resolutions asking for policy changes,” a PETA spokesperson has exclusively shared with Yahoo Style. For some time now, PETA has spoken out against Canada Goose’s “ethical” fur and down claims — producing fact sheets taking the company’s stances to task, staging several protests outside of the company’s Toronto headquarters and New York City flagship store, issuing an action alert to contact CEO Dani Reiss, and producing a (very disturbing) video of a coyote stuck in a leg trap and being shot that has since gone viral.
Right, say her millions of fans worldwide, including celebrity admirers like Gigi Hadid and The Roots. Yuna has to catch a flight later that day, and wheels her own luggage into the studio. Fortunately, other stuff—like shooting music videos with hip-hop royalty—is easy, at least for this 29-year-old.
In 1996, Sanaa Lathan made her acting debut on an episode of In the House, a sitcom starring LL Cool J as a washed up football player who rents out his mansion to a young family. Since then, she’s played an aspiring professional athlete in Love & Basketball, a Centers for Disease Control doctor’s wife in Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion, an environmental technician and professional ice climber in AVP: Alien vs. Predator, and more. “The fun of acting to me is to be able to be a storyteller,” she tells Yahoo Style.
The word iconic is overused, but if any designer deserves the descriptor, it’s Carolina Herrera, who has grown the House of Herrera into a booming global brand.
France’s famous fashion editor Carine Roitfeld and her team worked long and hard on her Disco Collection for the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS gala on the Riviera.
Colton Haynes calls me at 1:30 in the afternoon, and it sounds like he's just woken up, which apparently he has. His parents, both hippies, had long since split up.
In Garry Marshall’s Mother’s Day, Britt Robertson plays Kristin, a young parent struggling to commit to a future plan before figuring out her past.
Hayden Panettiere has always tried to be a good girl. “I grew up with the Lindsay Lohans and the Paris Hiltons,” she says one night in early February while she’s curled up in the living room of her Nashville home. At least until her mid-20s, Panettiere was right.
Backstage at Marni, a galaxy takes shape. The still point in this whirl is public relations maven Karla Otto. Lithe and watchful, Otto wears a ponytail, slim-cut clothes, and a serene expression that translates as “no worries, we’ve got this.” (Except, you know, more grownup.) And as the chaos around her grows, Otto lowers her voice — a signal for the fashion flock to mellow out.
Photography by Hans Neumann Styling by Nicholas Grasa Hair by Adam Markarian Makeup by Yacine Diallo Manicure by Dawn Sterling Models: Athena Wilson at Marilyn Agency, Saara Sihvonen at Fusion Models, Nick Hadid at Click Models, Robert Spencer at Major Models Think “spring fashion,” and what leaps to mind? Easter-egg colors, feather-light fabrics, and florals (quelle groundbreaking). But there’s a new mood in the air for spring 2016 — one that mixes a little darkness and decadence in with all those dreamy pastels. We took this spring’s most inspiring looks out on the town — namely, to the Palm Beach-influenced Paul’s Cocktail Lounge at Roxy Hotel.
Clothes are akin to a canvas for British designer Claire Barrow. From the creative chaos of her home studio in London, Barrow creates clever DIY staples that are marked out by a painterly aesthetic she calls “neoprimitive.” Wearing mannish trousers of her own design and a T-shirt that reads “same same but different” — a statement confirmed by a punkish Louise Brooks bob — Barrow cuts a lean figure. “It’s nice and relaxed, but it feels a bit weird.” For Fall 2016, Barrow blurs the boundaries between art and fashion still further, with an exhibition-style outing at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts titled “The Retro-Spective.” Alongside the eclectic clothes, Barrow will display a series of short films and artworks that survey her own archive.
The show, which comes out Friday, Feb. 19, chronicles the unlikely attraction between opposites Mickey (Jacobs) and Gus (played by Paul Rust, who co-created the show with his wife, Lesley Arfin). When Jacobs, 33, met to discuss the show — executive produced by Judd Apatow — for the first time, she was drawn to “their desire to do a grounded, real look at a relationship and the missteps and obstacles getting in the way of the characters.” Mickey and Gus are drawn to each other even though they seem different on the surface: he is a slightly nerdy, very responsible tutor on a CW-style show about a family of witches, while she is a producer on a radio call-in advice show who struggles with sobriety and all-around impulsive behavior. Jacobs is known for the complicated women she’s portrayed — the not exactly grounded character Britta on Community or Mimi Rose, the overly earnest romantic rival on Girls — but Mickey is in a class of her own.
The only thing standing between Alison Brie and the weekend is our Friday evening interview, but here she is, cheery and upbeat, energetically shaking my hand with a “Hi!” in that high-pitched voice so distinctive it immediately conjures up her perky roles in Mad Men and Community. Looking on-trend casual in a white Tory Burch turtleneck sweater, Industry Standard jeans, and Stan Smiths, the 33-year-old actress has just taken her hair down from her press-junket-style look.
After signing in on a company iPad, guests visiting Honest Company’s Santa Monica, Calif., offices are invited to take a seat in a sunny waiting room that looks as if it came straight out of the pages of Interior Design. One would expect that Jessica Alba would roll with an army of assistants plotting her every step, but then you’re led into brightly lit break room and there is the star/business mogul, giggling at a table among her co-workers.
“I’m calling you from a handicap parking spot right now,” Aubrey Plaza says, and it’s not entirely clear whether she’s doing a bit or telling the truth. “I’m actually a huge basketball player,” Plaza says, “and about a month ago, I tore my ACL during a game, and the recovery has just been really, really slow.” Unlike actresses who stay fit with countless tap backs at Soul Cycle or power posing in yogalates, Plaza prefers team sports, which makes the injury particularly painful — especially because she’s missing the playoffs (she won’t be able to play basketball for nine months).
Photography by Eric Ray Davidson Styling by Chris Kim Grooming by Hee Soo Just days before I’m scheduled to interview Tyga at L.A.’s Milk Studios, the news breaks: The 26-year-old rapper and his Calabasas Barbie doll girlfriend have broken up For those of you living under a rock (or somewhere with really patchy Wi-Fi), that girlfriend is the ultrafamous teenage reality star Kylie Jenner, and at the time of writing, keeping in line with Young Hollywood’s time honored tradition of the on-and-off-again relationship, Tyga and Kylie are back together.