August 23 2014

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16 posts tagged "Sienna Miller"

Smells Like Marriage Equality Spirit; Kim’s New Krop; And More…


Bond No. 9 is best known for naming its collection of niche fragrances after New York neighborhoods. But its latest flacon commemorates the day same-sex marriage became legal in the Empire State. Its I Love New York for Marriage Equality features a rainbow-colored heart with the date 7.24.11 and smells of cinnamon, plum, ginger lily, and rose. Oh, and it’s unisex, obviously. [Racked]

How best to cover up a bad henna dye job? Ketchup, according to Sienna Miller. [Daily Mail]

Kim Kardashian has cut off her signature long, raven-hued mane! Or so a new series of paparazzi photos would have you believe. Turns out, the is-she-or-isn’t-she girlfriend of Kanye West was sporting a wispy pixie cut wig for a Vogue Italia shoot. [Mirror]

Speaking of trendy haircuts, real or fake, new research alleges that asymmetrical dos that leave one eye covered for a lengthy period of time could actually cause long-term health problems, like lazy eyes. All the more reason to embrace the side-sweep. [Fox News]

Photo: Courtesy of Bond No. 9

Sienna Talks Beauty Essentials; A Fragrance Fit For A Queen; And More…


Sienna Miller’s road to beauty superstardom hasn’t been all blond bangs and perma-tanned, svelte limbs. There have been trials and tribulations with overly plucked brows, corn rows, and dye jobs gone awry. But these days, the pregnant starlet has a fail-safe regimen that includes Skinceuticals, Amorepacific ABC Serum, MAC Select Foundation, Givenchy Hydra Magic Lip and Cheek Balm, NARS Multiple Bronzer in Palm Beach, and Chanel Rouge Allure in Fatale, which Miller calls her “perfect shade” of red lipstick. [Vogue U.K.]

The New York Times has decided to weigh in on the increasing popularity of nail-polish-as-fashion-accessory two years after the trend first became a matter of public discourse. But no matter; in a series of two articles, both published this week, the Gray Lady has joined the conversation, and here’s what she seems to be offering to the dialogue: Women—of all ages—are turning to new vibrant lacquer colors to “[take] a risk”; and men prefer pale pinks and clear topcoats to more experimental shades of green and yellow. Groundbreaking stuff. [NYT, NYT]

After a massive Facebook campaign to convince Mattel to make its one-of-a-kind bald Barbie a staple in its lineup of dolls for children with cancer, the toy company has conceded. The hairless dolls will come with an assortment of wigs, hats, scarves, and head coverings and will be available for donation and distribution early next year. [Times Live]

British perfumer Clive Christian, he of “the most expensive perfume in the world” fame, is getting into the Queen’s Jubilee spirit this year by offering his famed No. 1 fragrance in a new, collectible flacon. Only 500 bottles of the limited-edition Imperial Jubilee scent will be produced, with a higher concentration of the rose, jasmine, ylang-ylang, and ancient Indian sandalwood fragrance inside. The price? $1,300 a pop. [Racked]

Photo: Courtesy of Clive Christian

A Braid For Uma


Braids have always fascinated the fashion set, turning up with regularity on the runway. This season alone, we spotted noteworthy plaits backstage at Viktor & Rolf and Lanvin. The simple style has become a favorite on the red carpet as well: Who can forget Sienna Miller’s Heidi-style coronet at the Golden Globes, or Blake Lively’s high and sleek interwoven ponytail at the Emmys circa 2009? Uma Thurman is the latest A-lister to adopt the easy yet somehow sophisticated style, which she wore to the L.A. premiere of her new movie, Ceremony, with wavy face-framing tendrils and a messy, texturized braid down her back. We’re of the mind that Uma can do no wrong, so we’re loving this. You too?

Photo: Jordan Strauss / Getty Images

Great Moments In Golden Globes Beauty


We’re just going to say it: The Golden Globes are hands-down the best awards show of the year. First off, they’re actually significant. Not like the People’s Choice Awards, or whatever awards shows MTV is conjuring up at the moment. And style-wise, they usually hit a, if not perfect, than certainly interesting pitch: more formal than the Grammys, less fussy than the Oscars. In the annals of red-carpet history, the Globes have also offered up some memorable moments in bangs (Reese Witherspoon), braids (Sienna Miller), and boobs (Scarlett Johansson). So, in preparation for this weekend’s broadcast, we offer you our own beauty-themed winners’ circle. As far as early projections go, we’re looking for Michelle Williams’ pixie cut and Natalie Portman’s brows to have a big night. Click here for more.

Hair Makes The Woman


Sienna Miller has been boho royalty since she made her grand entrance on the public stage during her first romance with Jude Law. In addition to her fringe-with-everything mentality and a collection of summer music festival-friendly vintage sunglasses, it was her long, flaxen hair that earned her the neo-hippie cred—always middle-parted and always with a slight natural wave. Fast-forward a couple years to “nanny gate,” and a wispy breakup bob defined her single-and-loving-it appearance. Now back with Jude (and reportedly house-hunting), the actress took to the scissors again this weekend, opting for face-framing fringe and some dark lowlights. What does it all mean, we ask you? Is a short shear required to cut the man right out of your life and reclaim your independence? Do longer, looser locks and subtle bangs indicate domestic bliss? Are hair tweaks a reliable sign of life upheaval, both good and bad? Discuss.

Photo: From left, Walter McBride / Retna; Bob: Sara De Boer / Retna; Jack Ludlam /