All images via Instagram/maiamitchell Is that Selena or is it Kendall? Actually, it’s Australian actress Maia Mitchell.
From Cindy Crawford to Kendall Jenner, these are the celebrities that won the style game at the 2016 Met Gala. Who is on your best dressed list? Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
On Thursday, stylist Kate Young dressed Selena Gomez in a sophisticated, ‘80-inspired J.W. Anderson white leather dress — and she wasn’t the only one in high hemlines this week. Gigi Hadid, W’s September cover girl, arrived to the David Jones Spring 2015 collection launch in Sydney wearing a plunging-neckline, embellished Marciano mini-dress. Rebecca Ferguson, Kiernan Shipka & More of This Week's Best Dressed.
It’s no surprise that supermodel turned actress Cara Delevingne is wearing her best threads for the press tour for her first feature film, "Paper Towns." She particularly shined at the New York premiere in a silver embellished cutout dress by Saint Laurent. Katie Holmes was also seen in the Big Apple wearing a metallic silver long-sleeved top paired with pleated leather culottes by Zac Zac Posen. The designer was also represented this week at the dinner he cohosted this week with Yahoo Style for the women of "Pixels." The film's star, Michelle Monaghan, rocked a bright red-orange short suit of his making.
By: Kristin Hunt Credit: Flickr/Mike Mozart Unless you now have children of your own, are an amazing aunt or uncle, have a side-gig in robot-mouse mechanics, or are extremely creepy, you probably haven’t been to a Chuck E. Cheese’s in decades. Turns out the kiddie empire has some highly unexpected cameos in its past, including Elvis and even Steve Jobs. The founder also created Atari and Pong You might’ve thought Bill Nye or your “dad” was the most important man in your childhood, but it was actually Nolan Bushnell. He even mentored Steve Jobs In the ‘70s, Bushnell hired some young scamp named Steve Jobs to work on video games for Atari.
Chili’s Grill & Bar, catering to the Instagram crowd, revamped the look of its dishes to make them look better on social media.
There once was a time (like six years ago) when your working knowledge of, say, Junot Diaz or Radiohead was all you needed to show some conversational with-it-ness. Now, though? Restaurants—the currency of the young and cash-strapped—are the key to the cultural kingdom. Check, please!
Womenswear designer Lela Rose told InStyle that her fall 2014 collection, which she showed at New York’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week yesterday, was inspired by a meal at famed Spanish restaurantel Bulli . Chef Ferran Adrià’s mecca of molecular gastronomy sadly no longer exists, but the meal has clearly stayed with Rose. Guests of her show received recipe books pairing dishes with looks from the fall collection. We couldn’t get our hands on one, so we’ve made our own pairings below.