October 21st, 2012 · No Comments Celebrity Gossip reports.
Swimsuit model Kate Upton steps up to Vogue’s November issue—wearing chic, classic sportswear with her trademark infectious, go-for-it varsity spirit.
Here’s a photo from the article, which can be found at Vogue.com.
Donna Karan New York draped dress, $2,295; Donna Karan New York stores. Robert Lee Morris silver cuffs. Tod’s tote. Pierre Hardy sandals.
The November issue hits newsstands nationwide on October 23rd and is available now as a digital download for the iPad®, Kindle Fire, NOOK Color™, and NOOK Tablet™. Check back at Vogue.com early next week for a behind-the-scenes video from the shoot.
June 12th, 2012 · Comments Off Celebrity Gossip reports.
Whether you are a celebrity or a celebrity watcher, if you have a baby the chances are you are a busy parent. When you are on the go you need to be able to have the flexibility to do what you need to and still take care of your precious little one. But changing your baby while on the move isn’t always the easiest and most convenient thing to do. Public bathrooms can be a horrifically disgusting place to take care of your child, and they are often times not very equipped for what you need. The best way to make sure you have all of your bases covered is to have baby changing stations that are portable.
Portable baby changing stations are designed to be a changing mat that quickly attaches to the wall, side, or seat of a minivan or SUV. This creates a space that is stable, clean and secure so that you can comfortably change your baby’s diaper. If your vehicle will not work, it also gives you a good safe place that can be mobile and used in nearly any location from a park bench to a floor somewhere.
In addition to converting to an easy to use area to change your baby, it also has storage compartments for everything that a parent needs to help care for their child. They are often constructed out of machine washable material and when they are open they can cover an area that is as large as 16” x 35”. This is an adequate amount of space for you to do what you need to. In addition to the convenience, they are also very light weight, with many of the ones available online weighing in at just a pound or less.
Finding the right kind of baby changing stations can be a challenge in the stores, but there are some amazing outlets online that offer some wonderful models that are both portable, and for the home. Having a good area in your home can also be a real blessing. The last thing you want when you are changing your child is to not have something that you need, or have to leave them for a moment to go get something. You want to make sure that you are properly stocked up, and that you have a place that is set aside for changing. This all comes down to making sure that you have the right kind of baby changing stations that suits your needs.
Click here to shop for the best selection of baby changing stations online.
With summer fast approaching, all women should be looking for stylish ways to accessorize the outfits they will wear to picnics, swimsuits they have for the pool and the beach, and more formal wear for weddings. Jewellery is a great way to mix up your look without much effort or spending too much money.
If you’re going to a pool party or beach party, practicality is the key if you plan to get in and out of the water, so you should look for items made from plastic, lucite, or enamel rather than precious stones or heavier metals to make sure your jewellery lasts through the summer and that you aren’t devastated if the item gets lost.
On the other hand, a picnic or cookout can be a great time to show off some of your more original jewellery because of the more casual setting. Bright bracelets, large costume rings, or accessories that match the theme or setting of the party are sure to be hits.
Of course, when you are going to a more formal party like a wedding, it is an opportunity look your best, and that means wearing your best. Precious stones, Swarovski crystals, and gold and silver are excellent ways to accessorize your outfit.
No matter what type of event you are attending or what type of jewellery you are looking for, we like to go to Lola and Grace to see what they have available because of their wide selection and reasonable prices. We especially like their “Must Have of the Month” special where they let people vote for their favourite item and then offer it at 20% off. That’s an unbeatable deal!
D’Angelo was once hailed as the next Marvin Gaye. Then, after his chiseled body threatened to overshadow his music, he vanished into addiction. So what is he doing singing his heart out in a Pentecostal church in Stockholm? And how are his abs? In his first interview in twelve years, GQ’s Amy Wallace witnesses D¹Angelo¹s ecstatic return to the stage and learns about the trials and tribulations he’s faced from addiction, and feeling pressure about his image, to ballooning up to 300 pounds to spite those who admired him. Close friends, including Questlove and comedian Chris Rock, help Wallace paint a picture of the cultural struggles that D’Angelo and other celebrated black artists sometimes face, and share how they hope he will continue to persevere.
Photo credit: Gregory Harris/GQ
Shirt, pants, and belt by Versace. Tie by Title of Work. Large bracelet and ring by Burkindy. Other bracelets David Yurman.
This survey quizzed 1000 men and asked them about their interest in fashion and how much they rely on their partner’s opinion when they buy or wear clothes.
Here are some of the key interesting statistics:
· 43% of men sometimes wear clothes to work bought by wives/girlfriends
· Women most often help pick out clothes for other people’s parties, meetings, work and office parties.
· Wives buy clothes for 49% of men, Mums 32%
· 27% of men say their partners influence their decision on what to wear and 30% advise on what clothing doesn’t match
· 32% of men trust their partners judgement in terms of fashion, 29% say partner knows what looks good on them, 27% say partner has a better eye for how things look
· Most popular clothing partners buy for men: Socks (42%), Underwear (41%). Shirts (35%)
· Up to 46% of men sometimes rely on partner to pick out clothes so they don’t look scruffy or out of place at work
Justin Bieber just turned 18. Which means, technically, he’s an adult. But the question remains: Is he a man? To find out, GQ put a tie on him and sent Drew Magary to spend one wild night with the Beeb in Los Angeles with the intent of swilling beer, brawling, and strip clubs (much to the delight of his handlers), and explicit orders not to come back until we knew the answer.
Photo credit: Peggy Sirota/GQ
For the full article, visit GQ.com or buy the magazine on newsstands nationwide May 22, 2012.
The O.C. Alum is making his move from (spectacularly handsome) everyman status for bona-fide stardom, with six films in 2012. Adam Brody chats with GQ about foot fashion (”I am obsessed with no socks!”) and what he would do if he found himself facing the end of the world: “Heroin? It appeals to me more than, like, skydiving. Maybe heroin while skydiving?”
Photo credit: Peggy Sirota/GQ
Tie, $26 by DiBi. Shoes, $100 by Aldo. Three-piece suit, $189, and shirt, $40, by H&M.
April 25th, 2012 · No Comments Celebrity Gossip reports.
Michael Fassbender steps in front of the camera for Vogue’s May issue, now on newsstands nationwide. Styled by Creative Director Grace Coddington, the actor is featured in an artistic reimagining of the utilitarian city wardrobe with model Natalia Vodianova.
Photo Credit: VOGUE/Craig McDean
Céline printed shirt ($2,100), skirt ($1,450), belt, and black-and-white boots; By George, Austin, TX.
View the full fashion editorial (including an interview with the actor) on Vogue.com.
April 14th, 2012 · No Comments Celebrity Gossip reports.
After enduring heartache and a painful invasion of privacy, Scarlett Johansson is now having the time of her life. Featured on the May cover of Vogue, the blonde Venus talks to Contributing Editor Jason Gay about her high-flying movie role and a surprising new romance.
March 28th, 2012 · No Comments Celebrity Gossip reports.
As she presides over a growing fashion empire and a brood of four, Victoria Beckham opens up to Hamish Bowles in the April issue of Vogue about finding her life’s passion and having and juggling it all.
Photo Credit: VOGUE/Craig McDean
Dress from her spring 2012 collection and her own yellow-diamond ring. Hair, Garren for Garren New York Salon; makeup, Fulvia Farolfi for Chanel Beauté.
March 19th, 2012 · No Comments Celebrity Gossip reports.
In the April issue of Vogue, on newsstands nationwide, fashionable guests recall the glory and glamour of the storied Ritz Paris, which, before closing its doors for renovation, hosts Kate Moss in haute couture one last time.
Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière dress and cape, made for Vogue, and ankle boots. Boucheron bracelet.
The complete editorial, photographed by Tim Walker and styled by Grace Coddington, is available on Vogue.com.
March 17th, 2012 · No Comments Celebrity Gossip reports.
As one of three cover stars of GQ’s special April “Style Bible” issue, Dave Franco, breathes some life into the brown suit, proving it doesn’t have to look so, well, brown. The 21 Jump Street star is Hollywood’s freshest rookie, distancing himself from his big brother, one douchebag role at a time. For more, including Dave Franco’s full interview and photo shoot, please visit GQ.com or get the magazine on newsstands nationwide on March 20.
March 13th, 2012 · No Comments Celebrity Gossip reports.
In 1955, James Dean went to Marfa, Texas, to shoot his classic film Giant. In the March issue of GQ, actor Taylor Kitsch returns to the town, now a travel destination, to show that Dean’s laid-back ruggedness is as stylish as ever.
Photo credit: Nathaniel Goldberg for GQ
Vest, $450 by Ralph Lauren Black Label. Shirt, $265, and jeans, $295, by Ralph Lauren Black Label Denim. Hat by Stetson. Vintage bracelet, belt, and boots by Melet Mercantile.
The March issue of GQ is on newsstands now, or you can read the article at GQ.com.
March 11th, 2012 · No Comments Celebrity Gossip reports.
There’s a new guard of sharp-looking young actors emerging in Hollywood, and GQ has ranked the best-dressed rising stars on the planet including Bruno Mars, Robert Pattinson, Liam Hemsworth, Aziz Ansari, and more! To check out the full list and see who GQ ranked #1, please visit GQ.com.