Pirelli's showcase featured stars like Lupita Nyong’o, Naomi Campbell, Sean "Diddy" Combs, Thando Hopa, Slick Woods, and Duckie Thot.
Naomi Campbell and Kaia Gerber walked in the Princess Diana-inspired Off-White show, masterminded by designer and Kanye West collaborator Virgil Abloh.
The royal's blue eyeliner was an electrifying scene stealer, but maybe not the most ideal choice for someone who isn't necessarily a celebrity, musician, or artist of sorts, according to her makeup artist, Mary Greenwell.
Celebrities are known for changing their appearance on the regular — and not just after a breakup. Maybe that rings true for the daughter of the president of the United States, Ivanka Trump, as she recently attempted to pull a fast one on us by announcing — with bright green eyes — that she would be relinquishing her duties behind her eponymous brand. Note: Ivanka’s natural eye color is is brown — and thanks to loads of archived photos all over the Internet, she isn’t fooling any of us.
Every fashion city has a few designers that make up the essence of that city and embodies what their fashion week stands for. New York has Calvin Klein and Marc Jacobs; Milan has Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and Giorgio Armani; Paris has Chanel, Givenchy and Saint Laurent. But in London, there is only one name: Burberry. Burberry is the quintessential British heritage brand that has outlasted every cool Britannia label that has tried to take over the mantle.
Amid the sea of lingerie-clad models at La Perla’s fall 2017 show, top model Kendall Jenner stood out in a see-through, elaborately detailed gown while debuting a fresh new haircut on the runway.
Unfortunately, in recent years, the Gap has lost its luster, and many people were wondering why it didn’t revert to its ’90s heyday. Surely there is a plain white pocket T-shirt in the 2017 version of Gap?! Apparently, unless you are a boy and under the age of 14, you’re out of luck! Gap seems to think that we ladies prefer our T-shirts to either have a floral print plastered all over, or a logo on the front that tells the world we need a nap, coffee, love, to surf, victory or love again (but in French).
Naomi Campbell is more than an icon. She’s a supermodel twice over, having maintained a powerful presence in the industry walking runway shows and bagging major magazine covers well beyond the career spans of her contemporaries. She expands outside of fashion, getting lyrical name-checks from the likes of Beyoncé, DNCE, and Joe Jonas of late. She even has quite the growing acting career, most recently appearing on Empire. And yet here she is, still working. ...
Naomi Campbell, dubbed one of the “original supermodels,” recently told Remix magazine about Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, and the like: “I think they’re great."
Our best beauty list this week features no makeup and high glamour moments, proving that women look their best in whatever makes them feel happy.
Campbell's dazzling lipstick popped against her cocoa complexion and jet-black pin straight strands, making them the ultimate accessory.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell turns 46 on Sunday, and few can deny that her 30-year-and-counting career has been a triumph. She was a favorite muse of Yves Saint Laurent, Vogue Paris’ first-ever Black cover model, has fronted countless luxury ad campaigns, and made appearances in music videos (in case you’re wondering, yes, George Michael’s “Freedom! ′90” is still the jam).
This week, American designer and marketing genius Ralph Lauren announced he is stepping down as CEO from his multi-billion dollar lifestyle empire. Lauren will continue to consult as the Chief Creative Officer, but the day to day operations will be taken over by Stefan Larsson, a 41 year-old executive who is credited for turning around Old Navy and H&M. While Lauren’s new role doesn’t mean the end of the brand, it seems like the perfect time to look back at how the designer reinvented American fashion but also created the aspirational American lifestyle— from preppy cotton shirts emblazoned with his iconic polo player to safari-themed furniture to clubby English-style restaurants. Here are some of the most iconic looks from Ralph Lauren.
The men’s Spring 2016 runway shows are continuing their run in Paris, and today Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci gave his audience an eyeful. In a front row where Courtney Love and Kris Jenner were seat mates, Tisci captivated the crowd with both his seasonal menswear and unexpected couture collection featuring 11 sensational looks. Together they made for a curious mix of Americana-meets-streetwear couture-meets-come-hither seductress with a healthy heaping of Jesus.
When it comes to modeling, these industry heavyweights have been around the block. Ahead, see 8 icons from when they first made their debuts to present day.
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.
On Thursday night in L.A., stars including Cara Delevingne (and her new girlfriend Annie Clark aka St. Vincent), Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Rose Byrne, January Jones, Mila Kunis, and the entire Beckham brood attended Burberry’s “London to L.A.” spectacular atop the Griffith Observatory. As guests filed in, we caught up with James Corden to find out who he was most excited to see. “I’m looking forward to seeing my wife, who is stuck in traffic right now,” Corden told Yahoo Style.
Rihanna, Naomi Campbell & a Twirler Came Out for Zac Posen Grand Central Station has never been so glam. Zac Posen closed off a part of New York City’s railway hub to exhibit off his Fall/Winter 2015 collection and while commuters probably weren’t happy with the disruption, the presentation certainly made its packed crowd smile. Celebrities including Rihanna, Mary J. Blige, Katie Holmes, and Uzo Adubo were sitting front row. All were wearing black and maroon, and very intently watched as the clothes came by their seats. 2. Kesha and Abigail Breslin are basically twins. Head-to-toe black, platinum hair, and a cat-eye are the It-girl uniform of choice. 3.
Justin Bieber & Naomi Campbell Spent Valentine’s Day Together Instead of wining and dining on Valentine’s Day, a handful of famous faces ditched their nearest and dearest for charity—and Naomi Campbell. Actual models (and famous ones like Sports Illustrated swim issue star Rose Bertram, Chantelle Brown-Young, and Jessica Hart to name a few), plus celebs like Kelly Osbourne, Cassie, Mary J. Blige, and Michelle Rodriguez wore looks donated by Diane Von Furstenburg, Proenza Schouler, Marc Jacobs, and more.
Photo: @voguethailand/Instagram Jean-Paul Gaultier showed his couture collection in Paris on Wednesday morning. His glamorous designs were set to songs like “White Wedding” and “Back to Black,” the first clue that this wasn’t your average couture collection. Traditionally, the last look in a Haute Couture show is reserved for the bride, or, “la marieé.” Gaultier’s show, however, opened with a model emerging from a cloud of smoke in a sexy wedding dress. Why, Naomi Campbell dressed as a wedding bouquet of course.