You can go to a music festival and pack light—starting with your makeup bag.
Rihanna was the recipient of the honor in 2014.
George Ezra was introduced to that world in the last year when Christopher Bailey selected his music to accompany some Burberry shows.
Everyone expected Kanye West and Kim Kardashian to be at Paris Fashion Week, but no one expected one of them to be a blonde bombshell.
“A hundred-thousand people could wear those same outfits and it wouldn’t really mean a thing…. The reason somebody likes to take pictures of Brad Pitt and George Clooney and Leonardo DiCaprio is because they’re like three of the best actors of their generation.”
Winter is in full swing and if you haven’t updated your wardrobe or rotated your closet, you are in good company. Jessie Ware tells us it’s always her aim to get that organized, but it doesn’t always quite happen.
After Australian singer Gossling settles into our studio in a black-and-white button-up shirt-dress, she explains her sartorial choices for the day very simply.
Give the gift of Beyoncé this holiday season.
Tolot chatted with us about three specific looks from the book that we think any woman could create for a dramatic holiday makeup look.
Mary J. Blige talks designers, Instagram throwbacks, and the importance of appearance: “[style] is everything when it comes to our fan base and being a trailblazer.”
Kim Cesarion – an R&B and pop singer who has a history as a classically trained musician – talked to us about his love of suits, the fresh and clean fashion in Stockholm and how to properly accessorize the lapel of a man’s suit.
Kat Edmonson is a big fan of the Givenchy interpretation of the LBD, developed for Audrey Hepburn to wear as Holly Golightly in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s.’
Hudson happens to be the kind of human who won an Oscar, a GRAMMY and a Golden Globe for her supreme talents. And with her new album, JHud, she also reveals a new look.
Solange has been receiving a lot of attention after attacking her brother-in-law Jay Z in an hotel elevator. But did you notice her bag? You know the one that in the heat of the moment she hurled at Jay Z?
She started with the Disney Channel and now Zendaya is here – and by here we mean making a huge splash on the fashion scene.
You may have noticed that Pharrell has been wearing a lot of Adidas gear as of late. That is if you weren’t distracted by his big ol’ Vivienne Westwood hat.
The award was announced, appropriately enough, on Instagram.
Therefore closing the Tom Ford meta loop.
Bey’s been slowly sprinkling new material from the new album into her set since the beginning of the year and, finally, costumes have followed.
“We wanted this beach with girls kind of sulky and broody, and we thought it would be cool if it was Miley with what could be two friends, feeling distant and quite dark,” Marc Jacobs said.
The “Hollaback Girl” singer has teamed up with renowned “denim expert” Michael Glasser to launch a new clothing line called DWP, i.e. “Design With Purpose,” due in stores this spring.
Just as Kanye West announced his dissatisfaction and severing of ties with Nike, they picked up probably the rapper with the next highest cultural capital right now: Drake.
Annie Hart of Au Revoir Simone was looking for something easy and quick to do on tour that would look sophisticated and soft. We hooked her up with this easy look!
A nude manicure with a rock ‘n roll twist in the form of a sharp V accent.
If a photo is worth 1,000 words then a one minute behind the scenes look at the 12 different Beyoncé styles must be worth so much more.
Contrary to popular styling opinion, it doesn’t actually require a whip, meat dress or exploding bra to make a woman a pop star these days. Just ask Tegan and Sara.
The easy, no-mess way to make a cute, custom t-shirt to wear when we “Roar” our way into some Katy Perry concerts this fall.
The self-proclaimed “bad girl” posted a series of shots of her costumes from the forthcoming “Pour It Up” video. Not surprisingly, the looks are quite racy.
“They’re all about how you transform rocking on the street to whatever it is that you might be doing later in the evening,” Keys said.
Levine’s 222 collection will include jeans, henley tee shirts, plaid button-downs, baseball caps and a camouflage cargo jacket with prices ranging from $14.99 to $69.99.