15 posts tagged "Jessica Stam"
Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde are the new “glamorous, confident, and bold” women of Revlon. The two beauties join a group of Revlon faces that includes Kate Hudson, Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba, Halle Berry, and Elle Macpherson. Can’t wait for the Stone and Wilde-endorsed products to hit shelves in early 2012? Revlon’s Facebook and Twitter fans will be treated to sneak previews. [WWD]
The term “sugar lips” just got a lot more literal. Violent Lips, a temporary tattoo company, has teamed up with the candy accessories brand Sugar Factory to create a limited-edition collection of candy-themed temporary
lip tattoos. We wonder, can anyone but Gaga pull these off? [Racked]
Model Jessica Stam opened up her beauty bag this week for Into the Gloss readers. Find out how she keeps her skin looking blemish-free, what men’s deodorant she prefers, how she gets a smoldering smoky eye, and more. [Into the Gloss]
A new study shows that a low-carb diet results in a clearer complexion. The gist of it is that eating less bread can help control your glucose levels and improve your skin. All that and lose weight, too? Sign us up. [Independent]
As per her very active Twitter feed, makeup maven Pat McGrath filmed a series of how-to videos for CoverGirl with model Jessica Stam this weekend. According to @Jess_Stam, they had “SOOO Much Fun!!” [Twitter]
Justin Bieber is set to break perfume sales records this year, and now his better half is getting in on the fragrant action as well. Selena Gomez has just announced that she too will be dabbling in the wonderful world of celebrity scents. [Examiner]
First came fragrance, now comes makeup. Madonna and her daughter Lourdes will release a line of cosmetics under their Material Girl brand next month at Macy’s. [WWD]
After months of talk and launch parties, Benjamin (Mr. Natalie Portman) Millepied’s ad for YSL’s new L’Homme Libre has dropped. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the dancer and choreographer was shot mid-pirouette. [WWD]
Jessica Stam has been flame-haired and flaxen over the course of her catwalking career, but we missed the opportunity to see her positively platinum at Balenciaga this season, as hers was sadly not one of the heads of hair treated to Guido Palau’s peroxide dye jobs. W Korea remedied that this month, with a new editorial starring the Canadian super in which she dons long, silvery blond locks that could give Britt Maren and Abbey Lee Kershaw a run for their money. Hairstylist Ashley Javier used an assortment of Leonor Greyl products on set to style what is, unfortunately, a wig, but it’s gotten us thinking that Stam could stand to go brighter with her blond for the Fall shows, especially if she ever plans on wearing a similarly sanguine pout to the one NARS national makeup artist Francelle Daly slicked on for the shoot. What hair color do you think suits the porcelain-skinned runway star best?
Last night’s CFDA Awards ceremony boasted its fair share of models, but Jessica Stam still managed to stand head and shoulders above her long-legged counterparts with a knockout beauty look. First there was her side braid, which we much preferred to Doutzen’s voluminous updo, Sasha’s low-slung chignon, and Dree’s trying-too-hard headband. Then there were her spectacular brows, which Stam appears not only to have left unplucked but also to have covered in shadow for a subtle, super-thick shape. Put them together, and she’s basically unstoppable. What do you think of the catwalker’s off-runway transformation?
We knew it was going to take off when we first spied it backstage at Alexander Wang last September (and again at Miu Miu in October), but every time we see Spring 2010′s side-slung braid, we can’t say enough good things about it. Jessica Stam wore one last night at Giambattista Valli’s dinner for Moncler Gamme Rouge in Paris to complement a leaves-little-to-the-imagination sheer frock, and Kate Bosworth pioneered a version for the shorter-haired set last month, proving that a lack of length should not inhibit you from giving this one a go. How do you think the casual, all-American eighties style looks when it’s all dressed up?