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3 posts tagged "Daphne Groeneveld"

Karl for Shu; Daphne Does Dior; And More…


Karl Lagerfeld is teaming up with Shu Uemura to launch a limited-edition range of pigments inspired by the designer’s love of the Japanese-born brand, whose products he exclusively uses when sketching. “Other manufacturers do not offer such beautiful colors,” he says. Except for Chanel, right? [WWD]

First came the spokesperson gigs for diet pills and burger joints, then the signature scents and skincare brands, and now the sisters Kardashian are teaming up on their very own makeup line. Khroma Beauty will “resonate strongly with multiethnic women of all ages who aspire to the Kardashian style of beauty.” Be afraid. [NYDN]

Daphne Groeneveld is the new face—and body—of Dior’s Dior Addict fragrance. See her scantily clad frame in a series of teaser videos for the scent’s full-length cinemercial, due out later this month. [Fashion Etc]

Jessica Chastain has been named the new face of Yves Saint Laurent’s forthcoming fragrance, Manifesto. It’s her first beauty contract—and was really only a matter of time. [WWD]

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Rihanna’s Dark Side; Arizona Muse Prefers her Post-Baby Body; And More


Sometimes it seems Rihanna changes her hair as often as she changes her socks. After recent stints as a blonde and a fire engine redhead, the singer is back to a dark brunette, and she added a bit of edge to the look à la Alice Dellal with a punky shaved undercut, which she revealed this weekend via Twitter. And fans already know Rihanna’s next impending hair transformation. She claims to be looking for the perfect shade of navy blue. [StyleNews]

Money doesn’t buy everything, at least when it comes to cosmetics. Avon rejected a $10 billion takeover bid from Coty Inc. on Friday, and today the company’s shares rose 19.7 percent. [WWD]

Arizona Muse became an overnight modeling sensation a mere 18 months ago. The newly named Estée Lauder spokeswoman told the Telegraph that thanks to the calorie-torching benefits of breastfeeding, she thinks she looks better after having Nikko, her 3-year-old son, who frequently appears alongside her in editorials and ads for labels like J.Crew. [Telegraph]

After spending hour upon hour getting hair and makeup done, models know a few tricks of the trade. Daphne Groeneveld won’t leave home without curling her eyelashes, for example, while Frida Gustavsson rims her inner eyes with beige liner to prevent looking tired. Click for more tried-and-true tips from runway veterans. [Allure]

Photo: Jun Sato / Getty Images

Blonder Is Better


Daphne Groeneveld’s blond tresses have dipped between shades of gilded cornsilk and fair flaxen, but after spying her latest editorial, we’re definitively on team platinum. For the February issue of Vogue China, hairstylist Shon and makeup artist Sally Branka combined to give the Dutch catwalker a jarringly stunning beauty look, in which her gorgeous, middle-parted white gold strands are paired with a bleached brow and lids that have been rimmed in rose eye shadow. The effect is otherworldly, to be sure—although calling it “out of this world” is a better way to put it. Thoughts on Groeneveld’s ethereal transformation?

Photo: Josh Olins for Vogue China, February 2012