The models in the Michael Kors Fall 2015 show at NYFW wore their hair in ponytails so low, we’re not even sure they can be called ponytails at this point. More
Emma Stone is a walking lesson in breaking all the rules. More
I refuse to ignore my skirts until Spring. Here are some outfit ideas for wearing them even when it’s freezing outside. More
First Lady Michelle Obama wore a Michael Kors dress that Alicia Florrick wore in The Good Wife, so naturally, Twitter lost its collective mind. More
I have been made fun of by several friends since purchasing these Michael Kors white platform sneakers, but I shall defend them to the death. Are they cute, or am I just reliving my Spice Girls days? More
Prepare for frosted lids, fur collars, and skin that shines like the royal formerly known as Princess Shinylocks. More
We dress this petite star up for a night out. More
Cate Blanchett‘s dress is so modest that Kate Middleton could wear it to get scolded by the Queen. But on the other hand, it’s sheer and tight and makes her figure look sexy as hell. More
Michael Kors took out the first-ever Instagram ad, and they’re not going anywhere so you might as well get used to them. More
The fashion industry has a serious problem with taking advantage of underage models. Yasmin Le Bon is speaking up, and she swears it’s less about sexuality and more about money. More
The seventh annual Golden Heart Awards took place last night–the gala is a fundraiser hosted by God’s Love We Deliver, which brings nutritious meals to people who are incapable of shopping or preparing food for themselves. The woman of honor at last night’s ceremony just so happened to be Hillary Rodham Clinton and the guest list was a staggering mix of A-list models–Karlie Kloss, Doutzen Kroes, Iman–and regular old A-Listers–Anna Wintour, Michael Kors, Hillary Swank… Also, the looks were pretty great!
Here’s what they wore. More
The actress went so uncharacteristically flashy that we almost didn’t believe it was her. More
Costco keeps ticking off fashion people. More
It’s Springtime! That means big changes to makeup routines: gone is the matte skin, the moody ’90s lip colors, the heavy mascara, the cat’s eyes. Instead, skin gets dewier, cheeks get highlighted, liner is going from black to electric blue and moss green and lips are getting real, real bold.
Usually the Spring runways are all bold lips and pristine faces; while that will certainly be true IRL, there are a lot of eye-focused runway looks you can also replicate at home. Maybe the pink on pink craziness up there at Donna Karan is too much for you, but incorporating Spring’s big colors–blue, green, yellow, and pink–is easier than you think.
We have been testing LOTS of shadows and palettes these past few weeks and ahead you’ll find some of our favorites from Hourglass, NARS, tarte, MAC, Make, Shu Uemura, Urban Decay, Make Up For Ever, Tom Ford and more… More