Did the model, mother, and wife of Ice-T actually break the big booty barrier in modeling? Or is she taking credit for something she shouldn't be?
Amber Rose always speaks her mind, so it isn't surprising that she just revealed to the world she's thinking about having breast reduction surgery.
If you’ve been following Yahoo Style‘s Denim Week coverage, we’ve already brought you the best brands out there, as well as the craziest jean styles to know this summer. Now, we will be taking a look back at the best denim ad campaigns of all time. Ever since the inception of blue jeans by Levi Strauss in 1873, styles have run the gamut from bootcut to skinny and straight-leg to boyfriend.
Kate Moss has said: "Nobody wears pairs of earrings anymore; it’s old-fashioned.” Quick, get your cube-mate to switch an earring with you.
New mom Brook Power is a new mom, and she’s Playboy’s 2017 Playmate of the Year. Playboy has crowned its 2017 Playmate of the Year — and here’s why you should care: Brook Power is not only the first Native American model to snag the title, she’s also a new mom. On the cover, Power poses topless in a tropical setting with a carefully positioned parrot, and in one interior shot, she leans against rocks in a waterfall, topless and wearing sheer, gold embroidered pants.
Whether you wear it loose around your neck or tie it tight like a choker, this accessory has been spotted on all of you favorite it-girls from Gigi Hadid, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to fashion model veteran— Kate Moss. Brit-based brand, Rockins is behind the skinny scarf spotted on all of these fashionable ladies. If you look to the past, skinny scarves are nothing new.
You may disagree, but we’re actually kind of excited that summer’s ending. Hear us out: As much as we love going to the beach and picnicking in the park, there’s something about autumn — that crisp air, those crunchy leaves, the pumpkin flavored everything — that just feels refreshing. And the clothes! Fall clothes are the best.
It’s Vintage Week at Yahoo Style! In honor of our favorite environmentally friendly way to make sure you’re never wearing the same outfit as anyone else, we’re bringing you insider intel on the best vintage — what to look for, where to find it, and how to make the most money when selling yours. The red carpet is where we look for the most “aspirational” fashion — that is to say, the most outlandishly expensive and out of reach. In this, the era of the superstar stylist, it’s rare to see a true curveball on the red carpet — unless, of course, a celeb opts for vintage.
Old-school Kate Moss is back, on an $85 T-shirt raising funds for amfAR. She was the epitome of “heroin chic” back in the 1990s.
Kate Moss was the DJ, and Sophie Turner (aka Sansa Stark) was among the star-studded guest list, as the fanciful Italian fashion house Miu Miu presented its 2017 resort collection for haute couture week in Paris.
Coachella is upon us and you know what the means — flower crowns, fringe, cutoffs, and crop tops! Find inspiration for your festival look from Kate Moss to Kendall Jenner.
The May 2016 issue of Vogue U.K. marks Kate Moss’s 73rd appearance on the cover of the renowned publication. It’s hard to pick favorites — but we did just that.
The only way you don’t already know it’s Kate Moss’s birthday is if you haven’t yet logged into social media today . Moss, whose iconic style has been more than well-documented , is being wished many happy returns a million times over on Instagram. From Christy Turlington to our own Joe Zee, from legendary makeup artist Gucci Westman to Mario Testino, everyone’s wishing the original supermodel a happy 41 st . Related: Steal Her Style: Kate Moss Moss is the definitive it-girl ; it’s not hyperbole to say that her personal style is the most influential ever. Because of her, young women pair denim cutoffs with fringed moccasins; bunny ears with bustiers; cheetah print coats with striped t-shirts and ballet flats ; and skinny jeans with over-sized blazers —not to mention the tiny anchor tattoo so many young girls get in her honor. When it comes to fashion, there’s no holding back with Moss, and at no time is this more true than when it comes time to break out her birthday suits. Related: About Last Night: Kate Moss To celebrate her 25th, Moss hopped from the Versace runway to her birthday bash in the same red mini dress she’d just debuted. For her 34th, she accessorized a star-print Chanel jumpsuit with a gold star painted over her right eye (a la Kiss front man Paul Stanley). And today—though we can only imagine what’s in store for tonight—the 41-year-old stepped out in an outfit that screamed: “I’m going to throw on all of my favorite clothes, because, f$%*, it’s my birthday!”
Marlene Dietrich became a big fan of the tux in the 1930s, wearing it both on and offscreen. Later on, the look evolved from a costume to a style statement thanks to Yves Saint Laurent who designed Le Smoking, the ultimate power suit, in 1966. Though it caused an uproar at the time, it was quickly favored by the likes of Charlotte Rampling, Betty Catroux, and Catherine Deneuve.
As we near the end of 2015, it’s a time for rest, reflection, and possibly time to make a few style resolutions. Like, say, upping your weekend style game (read: no more darting out to run errands in sweats so grubby you’re terrified of running into someone you know). If your own off-duty style could use a refresh, look no further than the 13 models ahead. While anyone can look fabulous in a couture gown, these are the women whose style is equally impressive off the runway, and they’ll show you how to wear basics like skinny jeans and sneakers with maximum élan.
For most of us, there comes a time when our wardrobe begins to bore us to tears. If you’re facing down a closet full of clothes, yet convinced you have “nothing to wear,” it’s not your wardrobe that’s lacking — it’s inspiration. So we’re looking to some of our favorite celebs to wake up our wardrobe with cool, easy-to-copy outfits. Whether your work wardrobe needs some sprucing, or your weekend go-tos are all worn out, click ahead for four celeb looks that’ll make you excited to get dressed again.
What is it like to grow up with a super-famous big sister? Whether it meant hanging out crib-side like Bella and Gigi Hadid, playing dress-up in vintage frocks and runway furs like Lottie and Kate Moss, or learning from the crew of nearly 10 siblings who came before you, à la Kylie Jenner, these three are well on their way to prove that 2016 is officially the year of the Little Sister. Music: “Coney Island” by Homie Airport
If you’re photographer Kelly Klein, a former fashion exec and the ex-wife of Calvin Klein, you spend three years combing your archives and revisiting every memory and shoot as if it happened yesterday. “I’ve done many coffee table books, photography books, and I have never done one with my photographs mainly because I didn’t really know how to do it,” says Klein, who, as an author and editor, has published tomes on singular subjects of interest including Pools, Horse, and Cross. Photographs by Kelly Klein, her latest work, is a lot more personal, and peels back the curtain of her worldly travels and experiences with some of the biggest names in fashion, business, and celebrity. “I started with a lot of fashion photographs and most of them were outtakes.
Photography by Doug Inglish Styling by Christopher Kim Grooming by Mira Chai Hyde Set Design by Danny Diamond Production by Joe Daley at A Productions Special Thanks to Schneider Productions Lucky Blue Smith is 6 feet 3 inches of beanpole legs, piercing facial features, 0 percent body fat, and the response to the previously unanswerable question: “Who is your favorite male model?” He’s everywhere, once you realize who the skinny blond guy is: dancing in the Tom Ford campaign with Lady Gaga, bounding over frozen terrain for Moncler, readjusting his sweatshirt and staring down the camera for Calvin Klein. In the past year he’s spent on major runways, he’s attracted the kind of fanfare outside of shows you might expect for Kate Moss or Kendall Jenner but is wholly unprecedented in the world of male modeling.