As much as we all take note of what comes off the catwalk, we equally love to see what fashionistas are wearing on the street. This year has seen some show-stopping looks come out of the most stylish countries including New York, Paris, Milan and London. Featuring massive Fendi fur hearts, ruffles, velvet and patent galore. Here are all the street style looks that caught our attention this year.
Regardless of your political persuasion, 2016 was a year of tumult and uncertainty. At least the movies gave us an occasional break from the headlines. Feel-good animated films triumphed at the box office this year, with Finding Dory at No. 1, while superheroes found a darker groove (the hard-R comedy Deadpool, the villain-driven Suicide Squad) and familiar franchises — Harry Potter, Star Wars — put down new roots. Before we toast the arrival of 2017, here’s a list of the biggest box-office winners and losers of 2016.
It can happen to the best of us intentionally or unintentionally: your other half starts stealing your tees and distressed denim look and you’re totally fine with it. Couples can begin to mimic each other – and soon one’s wardrobe has cross-pollinated with his or her main squeezes. Celebrities are also privy to this emulation, and sometimes celebrity couples become so closely cloned that these still frames are moments forever etched in your mind (we’re looking at you Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears circa 2001.) Scroll through the gallery above to see some of our favourite times celeb couples have twinned on the red carpet or elsewhere.
It’s been over 10 years since I attended my high school prom, but I remember it like it was yesterday. It was the year How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days came out, and all the girls in my high school wanted that simple-but-timeless canary yellow silk dress Kate Hudson’s character wore. Times may have changed, pop culture’s influence on prom season remains. So whether you loved the stunning blue-sequin Calvin Klein dress Selena Gomez wore to this year’s Grammys, or Zendaya’s graphic Ulyana Sergeenko gown from the Kids’ Choice Awards, here are 5 ways to steal your favorite starlet’s look for your big night.
I love that each year brings a fresh take on beauty. New products, new colors, new techniques — the beauty world is always changing. After years of heavy, contoured makeup, I think we are ready for a big shift. Here’s what I see happening in beauty for 2016.
The year is coming to a close, which lends itself to a period of reflection — certainly from a style perspective at least. While we style mongers constantly crave the best or newest thing, these trends tended to fade almost as quickly as they appeared. Designers are now hip to putting out a fair amount of clothing that can be considered great classics, but those are not necessarily the pieces that grab our attention (or a zippy headline). With that in mind, we’ve rounded up some of the more avant garde trends from the season to let you know which numbers to store and which ones to send off to consignment.
Bernie’s Briefs, all yours for the low price of $15. Yesterday, the butt of America’s jokes was the sheer number of presidential candidates. Today, it’s a presidential nominee on its butt. Bernie’s Briefs is the brainchild of Alexandra MacLean, Nick Sherman, and Todd Bailey, all of whom work together at a communications firm in Montpelier, VT, Bernie Sanders’s home state. Sanders, who leans the farthest left of the Democratic candidates, has been heard telling late night hosts that he favors briefs over boxers, which was apparently enough motivation to plaster a sketch of his face on the backside of white cotton briefs and sell them for $15 (plus shipping and handling). He must be talking about the campaigns of yesteryear because we’re still over a year away from the 2016 election and so far, it’s been nothing but hilarious. Just yesterday, ABC’s Lara Spencer appeared to have sat on Donald Trump’s lap, Iowa banned The Daily Show from covering the Republican party’s cattle call which led to the greatest takedown of a state to ever hit TV.