6 posts tagged "Camilla Belle"
The Rattail Resurfaces; Shu Uemura Unveils The Eyelash Curler 2.0; Airbus Makes A Case For Personal Space; And More
Daria Werbowy has the ability to make anything look chic—even a rattail. She shows off her skinny, neck-grazing braid in the November issue of Marie Claire France. [Byrdie]
Shu Uemura’s beloved eyelash curler gets an update. The S Curler’s band is shorter, so you can add a precise curve to tiny, hard-to-reach lashes, and boasts a pad designed to be pressed against the eye for stability. [The Cut]
While waistlines and the number of travelers have increased in size since the 1950s, plane seats have not. According to research out of the London Sleep Centre (commissioned by Airbus), 18-inch chairs are conducive to better sleep at 35,000 feet (50 percent better than the standard 16- or 17-inch seats). Every inch counts, especially when you’re stuck in coach. [Daily Mail]
The verdict is still out on whether the bangs Camilla Belle debuted at A Quest for Beauty: The Art of Van Cleef & Arpels, an exhibit at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana, California, are real or faux. Glamour.com says authentic, but that fringe is reminiscent of the choppy black wigs at Fendi, if you ask me.
Japonesque—a beauty brand known for its tools—is branching out into color cosmetics. Instead of testing the waters with a handful of products, the company is making a splash with over 280 SKUs and colorful compacts. [WWD]
I was patiently waiting for someone to bring the sleek and “surreal” strands seen on Prabal Gurung’s Spring 2014 runway to life. Leave it to Camilla Belle to nail the formaldehyde-dipped look at last night’s Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts gala. While she skipped the retro pastel lipstick in favor of a more subdued nude (to play off her plunging, peach Salvatore Ferragamo gown), the actress sported metallic smoky eyes that were reminiscent of yet another show: Gucci. A backstage beauty mash-up on the red carpet is always a pleasant surprise.
At last night’s Met gala, there was something noticeably missing—and we’re not talking about Ashley Olsen’s absence or a lack of feathered dresses (there were plenty of those). We’re talking specifically about the bounty of red lips you except to see at these functions, which were simply nowhere to be found. In their place: Fall’s favorite black cherry pout. There were a few bold crimsons in the crowd to speak of, on Carolyn Murphy and Doutzen Kroes specifically. But for the most part, it was all about mulberry mouths, which were spotted on everyone from Jessica Chastain, Rachel Zoe, and Amber Valletta to Camilla Belle, Lana Del Rey, Kate Bosworth, and Jessica Alba. We’re not usually in the horn-tooting business, but…we told you so.
In the sea of red lips (Marion Cotillard, Emily Blunt, Camilla Belle, just to name a few) and questionable updos (you know who you are, A-listers), Dree Hemingway stood out at amfAR’s Cinema Against AIDS gala last night in Cannes: Her shredded neon and nude Valentino couture dress was one of the evening’s highlights, and the same goes for her stripped-down beauty approach. She’s definitely wearing a little bit of highlighting concealer on the inner corners of her eyes as well as a touch of mascara, but otherwise she’s barefaced—and still flawless. We even like her visible roots. If this is the kind of fallout we can expect from the runways’ minimal approach to makeup, we’re all for it. You?
M.I.A. is hip-hop all the way. Case in point: While Eva Mendes, Camilla Belle, and Jessica Alba wore frilly, daytime-appropriate dresses to the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund event at the Chateau Marmont this weekend, the “Paper Planes” singer opted for lots of black leather and over-the-knee boots. On her nails: a white basket weave print that looks like a design from the highly anticipated new collection of Minx nail overlays. The line is due out later this month but has already been given to a handful of famous fans for a trial run. Ah, the perks of celebrity. Thoughts on her precision tips?