Top Looks from Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology’ Costume Institute Met Gala

Zoey Deutch in Dolce and Gabbana, one of favorite looks, everything looks stunning accessories and make up, gorgeous.



Blake Lively wore a chiffon gown by Burberry with Lorraine Schwartz earrings.While we are all spoiled by Blake’s amazing red carpet Looks, she still manages to WOW us.

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As soon as I saw this dress on Alexander McQueen gown autumn/winter 2016 show i fall in love, so who ever made this dress would made in my list. Though I’m not sure about Nicole Kidman’s Make up and hair choice The dress itself is piece of art. Actress accessorized her look with Fred Leighton jewels.



Doutzen Kroes in a Balmain column dress.


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wore a Ralph Lauren Collection white gown.



Lily Collins accessorized her Valentino gown with Tiffany & Co. jewels.


Anna Wintour In Chanel and daughter Bee Shaffer in Alexander McQueen.


Jourdan Dunn in a Balmain gown

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Ming Xi wore a white-and-silver sequin-and-feather-embroidered tweed organza shirtdress from the Fall 2016 Michael Kors Collection, with custom silver python sandals and a barrel clutch.


Honorable mentions from Balmain After-Party

Doutzen Kroes and Joan Smalls


Solange and Beyonce Knowles


Jourdan Dunn




CL’s Big NYFW Backstage Dance Party



On the final day of a frigid New York collections, Korean pop sensation and front row phenom CL decided to heat things up with an informal dance party. Cass Bird and Jorden Bickham grabbed some pretty pals and built-to-move clothes straight off the catwalks; choreographer and YouTube sensation Willdabeast (whose recent take on the “Formation” video went viral) made a few calls to flexers and voguers; and before you knew it the likes of Joey Bada$$, Taylor Hill, and Stella Maxwell were joyously proclaiming goodbye Fashion Week, hello bitches. Here’s to the hottest night of a cold week!

Today on Februray 26th Kpop Queen turned 25, congratulations. Check vide

Jennifer Lawrence Covers VOGUE December 2015

Hollywood’s blockbuster blonde comes to town this month with the final Hunger Games and David O. Russell’s Joy. So what’s next for Jennifer Lawrence? Buck the system, set up home, and try to find a date.

It’s sweltering in Los Angeles, the kind of heat that melts the ice cubes in your caramel macchiato faster than you can say Kardashian. I am holed up in my hotel room on Sunset Boulevard watching tennis, drapes drawn against the remorseless sun, when suddenly: Ding! A text. Jennifer Lawrence wants to ditch our plans. Forget meeting at the Italian restaurant on Laurel Canyon; just come to my house now. She sends her driver, Paul, a South African with a mellifluous voice, to pick me up, and before long, we are winding our way up, up into the Hills of Beverly, to the gated community where Lawrence lives in a house she bought last year for about $8 million. As we are waved through by a guard, Paul thoughtfully points out the other houses of note in this wonderland of privacy: There’s Cameron Diaz’s pile, and just over there, Ashton and Mila’s new place.

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Puma’s new creative director, Rihanna, stars in a recently launched commercial spot for the activewear brand. With a slogan using the hashtag #NoMatterWhat, the 30 second clip shows closeup shots of Rihanna with overlays of cosmic and natural imagery while the singer does a voiceover. The camera zooms out to reveal the pop star wearing all Puma gear with the sounds of her song ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ playing in the background.


In the issue Miley, 22, talks about her role as a gender activist and a politically engaged young woman, on a mission to make the world more tolerant, and gender and sexual identities less fixed.

Miley discusses why she decided to use her power, and popularity, to do something important by setting up her charity The Happy Hippie Foundation. ‘I was kind of embarrassed that I got paid money to shake my ass in a teddy bear costume,’ she says, ‘I should not be worth the amount I am while people live on the streets.’

As a provocateur she’s acutely aware of how to command attention to get her voice heard, ‘If you get your tits out, and they are all looking, then you can use that space to say something and get them to listen,’ she continues later.

She then goes on to discuss her opinions on gender, and relationships saying, ‘I’m very open about it – I’m pansexual. But I’m not in a relationship. I’m 22, I’m going on dates, but I change my style every two weeks, let alone who I’m with.’

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Holland Roden in VVV Magazine September 2015 Issue

Holland Roden plays Lydia Martin in the hit series of MTV, Teen Wolf. Beautiful, witty and charming, Holland sit down and talk with VVV about their roles and influence in the new generation.

VVV: What made ​​you want to be an actress?
HR: At first it was just a hobby, doing student films. This opened a door to an obsession with soaking myself in stories and characters, which interpret for days, even weeks, in my head. I loved very found out it was something they should take seriously.

VVV: How were you discovered?
RH: I had just finished my freshman year in college here in Los Angeles, when a friend I had done some student films, introduced me to his agent. I signed with them that summer to see what was happening, and two months later, I was hired by HBO to 12 Miles of BadRoad. I was scheduled to do something inspired by Alexander Payne really was amazing start my career as well.

VVV: What do you enjoy most about your character in Teen Wolf?
HR: Now the action scenes are absolutely fun, but honestly I am grateful to every trip that my character went through.

VVV: Which director do you most enjoyed working? And why?
HR:! That’s a tough question Jennifer Lynch is a director that development aid who really pushes you. Teen Wolf is a very technical range to shoot, the camera crew is an integral part, then it is very fun and different to have a director who focuses on interpretation.

VVV: What social network do you like?
RH: Definitely, Instagram! It is the world’s photo album, and a wonderful guilty pleasure.

VVV: You have more than a million followers on instagram, it means that at least a dozen people you pass through the airport is following you. How do you feel?
HR: Haha! I am very grateful to have Teen Wolf fans so loyal.

VVV: This is important to achieve future projects and papers?
RH: Not sure, but in our tests they always seem to ask about how many followers have. I not necessarily agree with that, but I think that’s the reality of business.

VVV: What do you remember about your first kiss?
RH: It was perfect! I’m from Texas, so surely he played football. Quite like dream PeterBerg.

VVV: What is your favorite musician or band?
HR: Now I’m loving Jungle, Oh Wonder, Lola Marsh and Rufus sun.

VVV: What is your favorite tanning in Los Angeles?
HR: The restaurant Craig or Zinc. I think it’s not shameful to admit that you like restaurants that are fashionable. The decor and food make the place.

VVV: And lastly, if you have not acted, what would you be doing?
HR: Probably medicine, or something in Jane Goodall. I love animals!


Miley Cyrus is Marie Claire’s September cover girl, and she doesn’t mince words in her candid interview with writer Allison Glock. Here, nine no-holds-barred moments from our September issue, on newsstands August 18.

1. Growing up on ‘Hannah Montana’ gave her unrealistic beauty standards.
“From the time I was 11, it was, ‘You’re a pop star! That means you have to be blonde, and you have to have long hair, and you have to put on some glittery tight thing.’ Meanwhile, I’m this fragile little girl playing a 16-year-old in a wig and a ton of makeup. It was like Toddlers & Tiaras. I had fucking flippers.”

2. And those beauty standards led to body-image issues.

“I was told for so long what a girl is supposed to be from being on that show. I was made to look like someone that I wasn’t, which probably caused some body dysmorphia because I had been made pretty every day for so long, and then when I wasn’t on that show, it was like, Who the fuck am I?”

3. While filming ‘Hannah Montana,’ Miley worked 12-hour days—such long hours that her mom suggested bringing in lights for seasonal affective disorder.
“Every morning, I was getting coffee jammed down my throat to wake me up. I just had to keep going, be tough, be strong. Everything happened to me on that set.”

4. She even got her first period while shooting the show…and wearing white pants.
“It was so embarrassing, but I couldn’t leave. And I was crying, begging my mom, ‘You’re going to have to put the tampon in. I have to be on set.’”

5. Around the same time, she began to suffer from anxiety.
“I would have anxiety attacks. I’d get hot flashes, feel like I was about to pass up or throw up. It would happen a lot before shows, and I’d have to cancel. Then the anxiety started coming from anxiety. I would be with my friends, thinking, I should be having so much fun. You get in this hole that seems like you’re never going to be able to get out of.”

6. She thinks perfection has the power to hurt women.
“When you look at retouched, perfect photos, you feel like shit. They lighten black girls’ skin. They smooth out wrinkles. Even when I get stuck on Instagram wondering, Why don’t I look like that? It’s a total bummer. It’s crazy what people have decided we’re all supposed to be.”

7. She doesn’t want to be a traditional beauty-brand spokesperson.
“I’m probably never going to be the face of a traditional beauty company unless they want a weed-smoking, liberal-ass freak. But my dream was never to sell lip gloss. My dream is to save the world.”

8. She has a major crush on Joan Jett.
“When introduced Joan Jett into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, I said, ‘The reason I’m here tonight is because I want to fuck Joan,’ everyone laughed because they thought it was a joke. It wasn’t.”

9. And Caitlyn Jenner considers her a friend.
“We’ve talked a lot about how you can never make every single person happy. We always laugh about people saying she transitioned to be famous. Which is crazy. Caitlyn has to tell her story, because if she doesn’t, everyone else is going to tell it for her.”


The high rollers strolled into the casino, swathed in millions of dollars worth of diamonds, and sat at the tables under an Art Deco ceiling and started to play. It could have been any time of the day or night, anywhere in the world where the super wealthy disport themselves behind closed doors—or a scene loaded with the decadent frisson of a Helmut Newton shoot from the seventies or eighties. Actually: This was the latest living installation at the Grand Palais to have sprung from the imagination of that great croupier of Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld. And the members of the “Circle Privé”? A constellation of actors and modeling aristocracy:Julianne Moore, Geraldine Chaplin, Vanessa Paradis, Stella Tennant, Alice Dellal,Lara Stone, and others—each wearing a couture piece designed specifically for them and led out by Kristen Stewart, in a gaminely enviable black velvet pantsuit. And all of them dripping in diamond jewelry, recreated from Coco Chanel‘s original 1932 designs.

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With episodes full of babe worthy hair flips and meticulous mane moments, we knew Teen Wolf’s Hollan Roden had to our Mane Muse. Holland plays Lydia, the captivating red head on the MTV hit series, and when we first saw her long full mane, it was love at first sight.

We didn’t know it at the time, but Holland’s go-to hair and makeup guru is Elle Leary. Yes, that’s right- she does hair and makeup. In world where everyone specializes, it’s hard to find someone who exceeds at both, but this girl can do wonders (not that Holland needs it). So with Andrew Stiles behind the camera, we set out to make some magic happen.

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Holland’s first look captured her effortless quality. Her hair was light and airy with waves that evoked a cotton candy like essence. “We definitely wanted her looks to evolve over the course of the day and we wanted every look to be different. So I took what I knew she would enjoy and turned it up a couple notches- they’re things we would do on the red carpet but we took more chances. I also wanted to play with things we’ve never done- like the shape of the eye and the way we placed color; it’s all art,” says Elle as she reflected on the day.

Holland met Elle at Comicon a few years ago explaining, “MTV hired her to do my hair and makeup. We met in a very fancy green room. I love Elle because she can do hair and makeup and she does them both very well! She really does 100% in both, which is so hard to find. Her personality is amazing, she’s mastered the casual chic look, and she’s so attentive to her clients. She’s my go-to girl.”

Holland Roden Mane Addicts

The second look of the day was all about edge. Elle evoked androgyny with Holland’s locks by attaching aclip-in bang piece. “Bang pieces are awesome because you don’t have to commit to anything. I don’t know if you’ve ever cut your bangs and you love them the first two days, then right after you’re like, ‘ugh why did I do that?’ That’s what makes a bang piece so awesome! You can also leave it long or cut it short, like experimenting with the super short micro bang we did today. There’s no commitment and you can take it out!”

Holland Roden Mane Addicts

And just like that, Holland’s bang piece was removed, her hair was diffused and natural loose curls were flipped to the side- something not so different from how you’ll see her in season 5’s premiere of Teen Wolf (if you’ve caught any of the trailers!). Holland admits that, “with Lydia there are always mane moments! As far as what to expect from season 5, Lydia is a ninja this season- which is new for her. She’s right up in the action with the boys. I’ve been watching a lot of tai kwon do videos in preparation for it all!”

“I love that Holland is up for anything. She’s fashion forward and has a modern approach to everything- it really gives me the freedom to just play. Whether the focus is on super simple, natural great skin or even something more extreme like the metallic look we did today she’s just like ‘Yes! Cool! I’m game, lets do it!’ It’s so nice as an artist to be able to work with someone that doesn’t have a lot of parameters,” says Elle as she paired Holland’s metallic eye with ultra sleek strands.

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This was Holland’s badass bond girl moment. With a strong center part, ultra smooth strands, and hair that was brushed off the shoulders, Holland’s features really popped- yes we’re talking about those gorgeous full lips and big green eyes. If you’re wondering what Elle used to get her strands so perfectly smooth, it was a combination of Bumble and bumble Tonic Lotion and Euphora Shine Mist. She loves Euphora, “because all their products are green and animal friendly and they have the least harmful ingredients in them.” Wondering what other products she loves? “Euphora hairspray and texturzing spray. The texturing spray is beeeaauuutiful! Some sprays leave the hair too dirty and this just gives it great body. Oh- and I love Nightrider by Kevin Murphy. It’s a great pomade for girls and guys.”

If you’re curious what Holland uses when she’s not with Elle, you may not be surprised to find that she also opts for the green and natural options. “I’m a big fan of Davines products. I love Davines shampoo. My hair tangles easily and their shampoo really helps smooth my hair. I also love Davines Oil. It’s incredible! You can use it if there’s any frizz in the hair or as a leave in conditioner. I have to say that I love it so much it’s now transferred to my entire body! I use it on my arms and legs mixed with lotion.” And to style? “If I’m going out with friends it’s all about the Numi wand to create a curl! I love using the Redken Force 23. It’s a great hairspray that doesn’t leave any residue and holds a style for 2-3 days. It’s the only one that works for me!”

Experimenting with a mane like Holland’s was as fun as it looks- but don’t expect Holland to be walking down the street with mini micro bangs any time soon- the girl is all about low maintenance. “My go to style is usually not styled! I usually wear it up or in a top knot! It’s the easiest way to make it look presentable.