16 posts tagged "Heidi Klum"
An “Edwardian-themed” Downton Abbey makeup collection will be released on October 12, just in time for season four. The creams, candles, and makeup products will sell exclusively at London’s Marks & Spencer. Packaging is stamped with the Downton Arms, images of the Abbey, and quotes from the series.
Heidi Klum’s new “Fashion Reigns” ad campaign for Project Runway has been banned in L.A. The billboard depicts Klum and Tim Gunn dressed as royalty, standing over a group of naked, writhing models. The City of Angels has asked that a new version be produced with models wearing underwear. Interestingly enough, New York has not found a problem with the nude photos.
Beyoncé is nearly naked herself, and covered in metallic glitter on the new issue of Flaunt. Bow Down, indeed.
Newfangled denim lines promise more than just a good fit and a great wash. It’s about to become commonplace to find nanoparticles of aloe vera as well as anti-cellulite and moisturizing agents fused into cotton fibers, so your favorite pair of jeans helps your legs look younger and more hydrated, too. [WWD]
A new study has determined what redheads who burn easily in the sun already know: Even when covered up, the ginger-locked among us are at a higher risk of contracting skin cancer.[L.A. Times]
Heidi Klum is going makeup-free for a new charity campaign, and you know what? The 39-year-old model-turned-Project Runway-host still looks stunning. [Wetpaint]
It’s official: The Jolie-Pitts are getting into the beauty contract business. But it’s Brad, not Angelina, who will be doing face time—for Chanel No. 5, no less. Is it weird that Pitt’s very masculine image will be used to sell the iconic women’s fragrance? Seeing as how this is the image in question (please direct your attention due left), the answer is decidedly “no.” [Chanel]
Unilever is poised to bring its Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy brand—a complete lineup of scalp and strand products already available in 42 other countries—to America this month, and they’re doing so with the star power of Heidi Klum, who will serve as brand ambassador. [NYT]
A new H&M ad featuring a scantily clad—and heavily bronzed—Isabeli Fontana is generating some complaints from the Swiss Cancer League, which is calling the images “alarming” and “completely [contradictory]” to their efforts to deter indoor and outdoor tanning abuse. Oops. [Daily Mail]
NARS Cosmetics’ heavily anticipated Andy Warhol color collection won’t be on shelves until October, but the brand has released a (very) short teaser video to generate excitement in the mean time. [YouTube]
Wanted: the “Indiana Jones” of the fragrance world to star in a potential reality show for Animal Planet. Yes, this is happening. [WWD]
It has finally come out that the British tea brand Fortnum & Mason was behind the Illuminum White Gardenia Petals Perfume that Kate Middleton wore just last year for her marriage ceremony to Prince William. So why not capitalize on its newfound fame? In honor of the royal couple’s first anniversary next Sunday, the brand will begin selling small bottles of the fragrance, which contain notes of lily of the valley, jasmine, gardenia, and other white flowers. [Racked]
Last week Heidi Klum was spotted baring it all for the May issue of Allure. Now, it seems the 38-year-old former Victoria’s Secret model is at it again, this time painted head-to-toe in bright colors and stripes for an Astor cosmetics ad. “It’s a living piece of art that I’m so honored to be a part of,” says Klum. [NYDN]
Botox may work wonders for deep wrinkles, but it might not be as effective at treating migraines as studies previously reported. [Reuters]
Forbes announced the top ten beauty brands in the world today, which includes Olay in the number one spot, Avon in the number two spot, and L’Oréal coming in third. [Forbes]
Following in the footsteps of newly purple Katy Perry and Kelly Osbourne, Nicki Minaj has traded in her collection of signature pink wigs for a new lavender look, which she debuted in London last night. [Daily Mail]
Elizabeth Arden has made like Estée Lauder, Shiseido, and Clinique by signing an editorial facepainter as its first-ever global makeup artist. Rebecca Restrepo, who has worked with photographers like Annie Leibovitz and Patrick Demarchelier and celebs like Tina Fey, Mary-Louise Parker, and Parker Posey, will now serve as spokesperson and creative adviser for the brand. [WWD]
The growth of celebrity Twitter accounts has given us many mind-boggling moments, and Heidi Klum offered up another one yesterday when she tweeted a modeling photo of herself from 20 years ago, in which she sports black eyebrows and dark brunette hair. “This is my original hair color,” the model mogul admits in the post. [Twitter]
Following its successful makeup bag collaboration with Lauren Bush Lauren’s FEED project, Clarins has signed on to help stage the Million Meals Concert next month, which will raise money to help nourish children in need and will include performances by John Legend, Natasha Bedingfield and a speech from the one and only Bill Clinton. [Marie Claire]