August 22 2014

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4 posts tagged "Hanneli Mustaparta"

Zendaya Coleman Reveals the Secret to Pulling Off Pigtails


zendaya-colemanPigtails are staging a comeback for the over-10 set: Guido Palau doubled up on braids for Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall ’14 collection, Chloë Sevigny arrived at the Met ball with two inverted twists in tow, and Hanneli Mustaparta wore fluffy ponies front-row at Dior Resort. Reminiscent of MBMJ’s fierce manga-meets-ninja models, Zendaya Coleman hit the BET Awards last night sporting superlong, tight plaits with a black cap, oversize hoops, a bomber jacket, and tiny bralette. Coleman proves that the key to pulling off bad-girl braids is to wear an equally edgy outfit; with a flirty dress or gown, it would have been all wrong. You can also take beauty cues from the new MBMJ ad campaign and add some unexpected color (and shock value) to a milkmaid iteration.

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Double Dutch: How to Wear Pigtails Like a Grown-Up



Women who wear pigtails past the age of six never appealed to us—that is, until we saw these looks above. For her Williamsburg performance on Sunday, Iggy Azalea added a little edge to her blow-out with a waterfall braid down either side of her center part. At Monday’s Met Gala, Chloë Sevigny opted for a pair of punky, inverted rope braids down the back of her head to offset her floral Kenzo dress (not to mention that ultra-glam custom Tatcha red lip). And at last night’s Dior Resort ’15 show, Hanneli Mustaparta divided her chestnut strands down the middle and formed two fluffy ponies, the perfect complement to her sexy mesh top. One pigtail trend to avoid? Two mini buns on the top of your head, a foam finger, a giant twerking bear…we think you get the idea.

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Best in Show: The Week in Red-Carpet Beauty



Between film premieres, parties, and celeb-studded events around the globe, this week was full of memorable hair and makeup looks (including Nina Dobrev’s little black bow and Dita Von Teese’s dark berry lips). Here, we recap five more of our favorite beauty moves.

Emma Watson; The Late Show With David Letterman; New York, NY

Watson has been (successfully) experimenting with bold lip color as of late. She recently wore a juicy orange shade to the New York premiere of Noah and paired a tux with classic crimson for an appearance on The Late Show.

Hanneli Mustaparta; DIFFA’s Dining by Design Gala dinner; New York, NY

We love seeing loose, beachy waves with a formal gown—Hanneli’s glowy skin is just icing on the cake.

Jennifer Connelly; New York premiere of Noah; New York, NY

A simple side part and fresh makeup were the perfect complement to Connelly’s custom Louis Vuitton dress.

Lindsay Ellingson; Tiffany & Co. and Rachel Zoe Celebrate Living in Style; New York, NY

Mega lashes and pinned-back hair took us back to the sixties vibes we saw at Gucci FW14.

Anne Hathaway; Miami Walk of Fame Inauguration; Miami, FL

The key to growing out a pixie: twisty braids and a statement-making barrette (like the butterfly clips at Rodarte FW14 or the gold bars at Balenciaga SS13).

The Girl With The (Chanel) Glitter In Her Eyes


It was only a matter of time. Ever since Peter Philips glued chunky pieces of jumbo glitter onto models’ eyelids at Chanel’s Fall show in lieu of actual liner, we’ve been waiting for someone to reprise the look on the red carpet. And it looks like Hanneli Mustaparta is that person. The model-turned-blogger/photographer/stylist showed up to the Whitney’s annual Art Party last night in New York sporting a near-identical application of the sequins Philips painstakingly applied backstage at the Grand Palais back in March, which earns her a very enthusiastic golf clap from us. You, too?

Photo: Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images for Whitney Museum of American Art; Luca Cannonieri /