21 posts tagged "Keira Knightley"
Lady Gaga opens up about her beauty routine, which includes a loyalty to Ivory soap—but not every night. The pop star admits that she regularly goes to bed with makeup on. We imagine those facial horns she’s been sporting lately are a bitch to maneuver against the pillow. [People StyleWatch]
Here’s a new acronym to add to the old beauty lexicon: GHOSTS (Gray-Haired Over-Stressed Twenty-Somethings). It’s a word professionals are now using to describe the uncharacteristically large number of women that have started going gray before they hit 30. [Daily Mail]
After lots of teasers and more than one “accidental” leak, the full-length version of Keira Knightley’s new Coco Mademoiselle commercial is officially out. [Make Epic Media]
Mother, actress, fashion designer, and now haircare spokeswoman. Katie Holmes stars in a new short film for John Frieda’s Precision Foam Colour, which is set to make its full-length Facebook debut tomorrow. [InStyle]
The desire to nip and tick is in fact gender neutral. According to a new report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the number of cosmetic procedures among men in the United States increased by 2 percent last year. [US News & World Report]
Pictures leaked of Keira Knightley’s catsuit-clad new campaign for Chanel Mademoiselle late last year, and now clips from the fragrance’s forthcoming commercial have hit the web. In a voice-over describing the making of the ad, Knightly refers to her character as a “Chanel superwoman”—who presumably fights for good in the face of poorly dressed evil. [Grazia]
The latest installment of WWD’s Beauty Inc.—the new monthly trade glossy for beauty industry execs, retailers, and enthusiasts—is officially out, with two articles from the March “power issue” already online for your reading pleasure. Clinique’s global brand president Lynne Greene plays cover star and talks about revitalizing the brand by focusing on dermatological products—like those that target hypoallergenic concerns and redness remedies—rather than simply jumping on board the anti-aging bandwagon, while famed coiffeur, Frédéric Fekkai, opens up about his passion for helicopter flying. Fekkai’s AStar 350 Eurocopter gets him to Montauk in 40 minutes flat—which sure beats the four hours of summer traffic on the LIE. [WWD]
Speaking of shear geniuses, Bumble and Bumble founder Michael Gordon, who added documentary film producer to his resume last month with the release of “Vidal Sassoon: The Movie,” is looking to tap into the Internet with his next venture. Gordon is launching www.IfYouKnew.com in the hopes of creating a web space for dialogue about the beauty industry. [WWD]
A video of Galliano’s elaborate runway bow from Dior’s Spring couture show may still be on loop at the houses spa in Paris, but the deposed designer’s own beauty ventures are fairing less well internationally in the wake of his anti-Semitic outbursts. In Canada, major department stores have systematically pulled his Parlez Moi d’Amour fragrance from shelves. [StyleLite]
All the dying, bleaching, cropping, and cutting has apparently taken a toll on Carey Mulligan’s tresses. The actress is reportedly taking Kérastase protein pills to grow her hair back to its An Education-era length. Personally, we like her with a pixie. [Daily Mail]
Proving that politicians are not immune to our country’s fascination with youth and beauty, a new slideshow pits young and old images of political personalities against one another, asking readers to decide whether they were better off “young and fun” or if they look “better with age.” We’ll tell you this much: Hillary Rodham Clinton was a bookish fox back in the day. [msnbc]
After announcing in October that Amanda Seyfried would be its first ever celebrity spokesperson, Clé de Peau has leaked images of her ad campaign for the brand, lensed by David Sims. All eyes and pouty lips, Seyfried is a bona fide beauty star. We expect to hear about a hair contract for the young actress any day now. [Racked]
Ever wonder what Keira Knightley would look like with kohl-rimmed eyes and a drawn-on handlebar mustache? Yes? Well, here you go. [Fashion Gone Rogue]
If we had to choose one word to sum up the month’s biggest beauty goings-on, it would be: hair. A cornucopia of colors flooded the Paris runways; a wash of new brunettes showed up on the red carpet; a few very high-profile cuts had us contemplating changing our lob into a bona fide bob; and an ingredient scandal rocked the salon establishment, possibly turning the curly-haired masses against straightening treatments for good. But there was plenty of other news to report as the holiday season began at the retail level and a certain teen idol made his grand entrée into the world of primping. (If we had to choose two more words to encompass the month that was, they’d be Justin and Bieber). Click here for more of the top stories.
A new day, a new reason to ruminate on whether to cut or grow out our hair over the winter. The multitude of waist-grazing, middle-parted seventies-era tresses at the Spring shows had us thinking long, but Keira Knightley’s recent cut is really getting to us. Then this morning her friend and co-star, the crop-topped Carey Mulligan, entered the picture. The actresses turned up at a photo call for their film Never Let Me Go on the first day of the 54th BFI London Film Festival sporting two very enviable short styles: Mulligan, a wispy flaxen overgrown boy cut with fringe and Knightley—who also managed to nab some S/S 2011 Rodarte for the occasion—the new bob she premiered in the Chanel front row, worn with a slight wave and texture. What do you think: a collectively strong enough argument for keeping it above the shoulders for Spring?