The "Mad Men" actress loves reality TV so much that she wanted to have her birthday party at Vanderpump Rules restaurant Pump earlier this year. They didn't return her phone calls, so she channeled her inner Julia Roberts from "Pretty Woman" and went there to let them know that it was a big mistake. Huge.
During the Balmain Paris Fashion Week on Friday morning, Olivier Rousteing ‘s “ Balmain Army ” strutted the runway wearing what Yahoo Lifestyle predicts will be the next big fall trend: sexy, sheer pants. Models from the show wore sheer trousers paired with matching, partly see-through blouses, blazers, and coats. Rousteing is the latest designer to capitalize on this risqué fashion look for fall. Although many designers, such as Gucci and Jason Wu , have delved into making sheer apparel this season, the creations have mainly been relegated to skirts and dresses. Rousteing’s version feels more modern, sleek, and sexy. However, sheer pants are not new to fashion’s runway history. They actually first appeared back in 2014 and 2015, thanks to other fashion labels: Chanel and Loewe . In 2015, Kris Jenner quickly hopped on the trend, wearing Chanel’s sheer pant version to the brand’s couture show. Since then, models Brooklyn Decker and Ashley Graham have been sporting their own glitzy jumpsuit versions on the red carpet, as actress January Jones has done as well. Are sheer pants practical? No. But are they glamorous and sexy? Absolutely. Ahead, see the sheer pants look evolve from the fashion runway to the red carpet. Would you try this new trend? Tell us in the comments below. Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • The top 3 Milan Fashion Week trends to add to your closet • Rainbow pride, mad plaid, and cheeky slogans: 4 top trends from London Fashion Week • The complete NYFW trend guide for fall 2018 Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
So let’s just say that, hypothetically speaking, you leave your suite at the Four Seasons glammed up and a vision of perfection en route to the Oscars.
January Jones is a big believer in moisturizer for both her and her son. But do toddlers need a skincare regimen?
New York, London, Milan, Paris, and...Los Angeles? It seems the city is gunning for a spot on the list of top fashion capitals in the world, and with the sartorial activity of the past few months?Tom Ford presented his Fall/Winter collection, Chanel's coming to Palm Springs?it might actually be bestowed the prestigous honor. On Thursday night, Burberry brought London to the Hollywood Hills, staging a fashion show at the historic Griffith Observatory, adding another justification to the list for Tinseltown's appointment. Naomi Campell and Jourdan Dunn, current Burberry campaign stars, walked in the runway, faces Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse sat in the front row representing the brand, and fellow Brits including Cat Deeley, Ellie Goulding, Rosie Huntington-Whitely, and more all attended.
In a game of free association, mention the name January Jones and most will reply, “Betty Draper.” Jones’ most famous role brings to mind a certain kind of 1960s glamour, that of the always immaculately put together housewife (even when she’s in her housecoat).
Matching your makeup to your outfit might sound old-fashioned. But over the past couple of years the retro ideas looked fresh on runways—Prabal Gurung, Fendi—and on the women whose style we love—Poppy Delevingne, Rihanna—meaning it’s time to try this out in real life. Lisa Aharon, a New York City based makeup artist who has worked with Florence Welch and Jena Malone, says the makeup should complement your look, not compete with it. Related: Reese Witherspoon's 'Wild' Red Carpet Look “If the dress or fabric is multi-colored or there’s a pattern, I’ll work with one of the less obvious colors.