August 22 2014

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37 posts tagged "Victoria Beckham"

An Interior Designer Captures Iconic Hair Moments in Clay; Gaga Gets a Rainbow Brite Makeover; and More



From fly-girl hair to a Vanilla Ice-inspired fade, interior designer and potter Jonathan Adler pays homage to his favorite styles with his Utopia line of reversible coffee cups. You could opt for the mullet mug, which is all business [man] in front and party [girl] in the back, or the infamous Flock of Seagulls forehead fluff on one side and New Wave ‘do on the other. No matter which way you sip it, getting your morning jolt of caffeine is now a hair-raising experience. []

The Man Repeller, Leandra Medine, wondered what would happen if Grace Coddington sported Anna Wintour’s signature bob, and the Vogue EIC sat front-row as a ginger. We can only imagine that the fashion world would be turned on its head. []

Lady Gaga stepped out in L.A. yesterday wearing colorful face paint (reminiscent of her first single cover for upcoming album Artpop) and sporting dark, slicked-back hair. To us, it looks like the muse for her latest look might be the late Heath Ledger as the Joker in The Dark Knight. [The Cut]

Not only did Victoria Beckham reveal to Vogue Australia that she gets the jitters when presenting a new collection, but she’d also rather tend to her arches than hit the town in one of her signature body-con dresses. “Honestly, once the children are in bed, I’d rather work or shove on a face pack and pluck my eyebrows. By the time Brooklyn’s finally gone to bed, it’s all I’m fit for,” she told the glossy. [Grazia.Daily.Co.UK]

Photo: Courtesy of Jonathan Adler

Giorgio Armani Says “Si” To Cate Blanchett; Supermodels: They’re Just Like Us!; And More…


“As I was developing the project, defining the fragrance and imagining the bottle, I instinctively thought of her, and of the passion that can be perceived behind her impeccable manners and confident look—a seductive combination that fully respects the spirit of my new perfume.” —Giorgio Armani on Si, his forthcoming women’s scent inspired, and fronted, by Cate Blanchett. [WWD]

Chanel has just revealed its five all-time best-selling nail polishes via a fun, New Order-backed video. And the winners are: Pirate, a beautiful basic red; Black Satin, the cult-classic onyx; Particulière, a taupey gray; Rouge Noir (or Vamp, for those in the know); and Beige, a gorgeous nude. When that fateful day comes that Jade is reintroduced into the permanent collection, we imagine a new version will be in order. [NYDN]

Despite her supermodel status, Cindy Crawford isn’t that unlike the rest of us. “I’m a normal woman. Sometimes I feel pretty good, and some days I’m like, Oh my God, nothing fits,” she says. “My new resolution is that by the time I am 50, I want to have come to terms with my body.” [Net-A-Porter]

Her mother may be an incredibly glamorous fashion designer, but Harper Beckham “is a tomboy,” according to mother Victoria, who is keen on keeping it that way. “I can’t put makeup on when Harper’s around, because she would join me immediately!” [Hello]

Photo: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images

Get Done Up Like Downton; Drew Lightens Up; And More…


Downton Abbey the makeup line? It’s coming, along with apparel and homeware collections, according to the Masterpiece Classic show’s production company. [Vanity Fair]

While we’ve become accustomed to seeing Victoria Beckham with long ombré locks, she reminded the world of her Spice Girls-era chop via a TwitPic from a recent photo shoot that showed her sans extensions. “Loving the hair!” she tweeted. [Daily Mail]

First came her makeup line with Walmart, and now Drew Barrymore is making hair news with a brand-new blonde dye job. [Us]

And in other hair-color news, Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon has gone green. Nothing her mom hasn’t seen before, of course.[People]

Photo: Joss Barratt / Carnival Films

The Kardashians Bottle Their Golden Glow; DD Creams Rising; And More…


First came the skincare line, then the (hotly contested) makeup line, and now the sisters Kardashian have announced plans to release a line of tanning products, called Kardashian Sun Kissed, with Ulta. Can’t stop, won’t stop. [WWD]

If you’re still trying to wrap your brain around the difference between BB and CC creams, you might want to sit down for this: DD creams are now on the horizon, too. [WWD]

Considering her knack for offering up all kinds of quick fixes when it comes to roasting a chicken, arranging flowers, and knitting a poncho, it should come as no surprise that Martha Stewart also has some great beauty tips up her sleeve. “I have a hand massage at least once a week, and it’s a serious massage,” Stewart admits. “It’s terribly important. I do not want my hands to get unnaturally bony-looking or wrinkly looking. And I do yoga hand exercises. They work.” [Allure via Huff Po]

After sending the Twitterverse into a flurry last year when she revealed a new-found love for Royal Apothic hand cream, Victoria Beckham has just dropped another beauty bomb. “The body cream I use is a really simple, inexpensive body moisturizer by Weleda,” the designer says of the German natural brand’s popular Skin Food. [Daily Mail]

Photo: Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images

Pencil Pusher


Backstage at Victoria Beckham this morning, the designer ordered up what’s become something of a signature helping of simple, modern, and sophisticated beauty. Guido Palau’s loose ponytails were slung low, left wispy, and treated to a high-shine texture, accordingly, while Diane Kendal kept makeup on the natural side, tinting lids with MAC Sculpting Cream in Coffee Walnut and contouring the face with its Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder. As for the nails, they were groomed and unassuming—pretty self-explanatory, or so we thought. “I’m using a Nail White Pencil,” Marian Newman explained of the stick she was implementing to clean under the edges of models’ fingertips, lightening the nail in the process. “It looks like eye liner, but it’s thicker,” she continued of the new-to-us tool from Rimmel London that boosts the healthy appearance of nails without trying too hard. Slicked with a top coat of MAC Overlacquer and buffed for a glossy effect, it made for an impressively clean, perfect-looking manicure. You learn something new every day in the backstage trenches.

Photo: Courtesy of Rimmel London