Musician, model, fashion muse — in terms of celebrity child stars, Willow Smith's résumé is pretty much front-and-back, single-spaced, nine-point font at this point. It's a wonder then how she still finds time to practice archery, offer up her face to Chanel Beauty, get six piercings, and constantly change up her hair — the latter of which has kept people talking since her debut hit, "Whip My Hair," back in 2010. "Every single one of my dreads is like a stress ball for me," Smith told Refinery29 at the Nyx Face Awards.
All eyes were on the 63-year-old, who stepped out in a belly-baring crop top that showed off abs that would be impressive at any age.
Kristen Stewart's hairstylist, Bridget Brager, shared the star's new look — a blond buzzcut — on Instagram recently. But Stewart isn't the only celebrity to shave off nearly all of her hair.
When Marc Jacobs launched his beauty campaign this September, Gen X did a double take: Was Cindy Crawford back in action? Of course, fashion fiends knew the real story. It wasn’t the ‘90s supermodel, it was her 15-year-old daughter Kaia Gerber, a celeb mini-me also seen in Paris Vogue and ads for Alexander Wang and Miu Miu.
Fall is in the air, but in the fashion world we’re already seeing signs of the seasons changing. And, with that, the new must-have shoes, bags, jackets and so forth are being advertised in splashy campaigns, usually featuring a famous celebrity, making those items even more desirable. Here, the best campaigns so far. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
“Clueless” influenced the way we talked, behaved, and, of course, dressed. Many of us scooped up a yellow plaid skirt after seeing that iconic opening scene. Now a new generation of stars, including Willow Smith and Ariel Winter — who weren't even born when “Clueless” was released in 1995 — are paying tribute to the cult classic's timeless styles.
Celebrities can have cinematic crushes too, and this teenage trio is simply proving it. Zendaya, Willow Smith and Kiernan Shipka—who appear together on W Magazine’s April 2016 cover— are mouthing off their lust lists. From the traditional heart-throbs like Johnny Depp and Leonardo DiCaprio, to the more recent star like Eddie Redmayne, and even French actress Léa Seydoux, see who these brilliant young stars have their eyes on.
When you’re a supremely talented designer with a list of celebrity friends that is the definition of #squadgoals, you know your birthday party is going to be dope. Last night, Olivier Rousteing celebrated his 30th in Los Angeles, and to say it looked like a good time would be an understatement. Stylish and beautiful celebs of all stripes came out to fête the deisgner’s (belated) milestone birthday, dressed to the nines and ready to pose for their lives alongside Rousteing, whose razor-sharp cheekbones were looking extra fleeky for the occasion. Of course, the Kardashian-Jenner clan was out in full force with Kim, Kylie, Kourtney, Kendall and Kris all showing up to support their designer bestie.
Jada Pinkett Smith outside of the Guy Laroche show in Paris. Photo: Getty Images Willow Smith might be the model in the family — she was just signed to The Society Management, Kendall Jenner’s agency — but it’s pretty obvious where she got her looks from: her mother. Jada Pinkett Smith hit up Paris Fashion Week in an eye-catching dress and France hasn’t seen this much glamour since the Kardashian family took over in February. The 44-year-old attended the Guy Laroche show, a burlap, denim, and army green dream, wearing a black and gold body-hugging dress.
Willow Smith, selfie-style. Photo: @gweelos/Instagram In the year 2015, it’s no longer acceptable for celebrity offspring to be financially supported by their famous parents and languidly enjoy the lavish lifestyles that they’ve lucked out in living. Now, they must be models. Willow Smith, the 14-year-old daughter of actors Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, has signed with The Society Management, the modeling agency announced Tuesday.
Summer isn't even really here and already designers have started to reveal the stars of their Fall campaigns. Is there no mystery anymore? Whatever happened to unveiling campaigns in September issues across the board? Maybe social media IS making everything too fast!