Tom Brady Shares Sweet Love Note After Gisele Bundchen Walks Last Runway

Gisele Bundchen said goodbye to the catwalk last night after 20 years in the industry, and her quarterback husband Tom Brady was by her side through every step, watching her from the audience and later sharing the most adorable love note to congratulate her.
The Patriots superstar took to Facebook, writing, “Congratulations Love of my Life. You inspire me every day to be a better person. I am so proud of you and everything you have accomplished on the runway. I have never met someone with more of a will to succeed and determination to overcome any obstacle in the way. You never cease to amaze me.”


Vogue Paris’ May 2015 Issue Features The Magazine’s First Black Cover Model In 5 Years

We don’t know if we should be happy or sad to share that Liya Kebede has landed the May 2015 cover of Vogue Paris, because it marks the first time in five years that a black model has graced the cover of the glossy.

According to, model Rose Cordero was the last person of color to cover Vogue Paris back in March 2010. The bittersweet news also comes just two months after we were shocked to learn that Jourdan Dunn’s February 2015 cover of Vogue UK was the first time a black model has covered the publication solo in 12 years.

The lack of diversity within the fashion industry continues to be a pressing issue. Efforts have been made by the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and its international counterparts to encourage diversity on the runways. However, little progress has been made. Couple that with racially insensitive instances like the use of blackface in fashion editorials or fashion leaders using the N-word, and it’s clear what a huge problem the industry is dealing with.

Let’s just hope it doesn’t take Vogue Paris another half a decade to realize that diversity is beautiful.

Malaika Firth by Michael Schwartz for The Observer

Malaika Firth for The Observer

Photography: Michael Schwartz

Top model Malaika Firth teams up with fashion photographer Michael Schwartz for the latest edition of Guardian‘s The Observer Magazine. For the session British stunner was styled by Jo Jones in pieces from the likes of Maje, Jimmy Choo, Miu Miu, Organza, Bottega Veneta, and Louis Vuitton among other.

Zoe Kravitz Covers Marie Claire May 2015.

Shot by Dan Martensen Zoe Kravitz is bare faced and chic for Marie Claire’s May 2015 “Fresh Faces” issue. The budding actress talked about her upcoming role in the film The Road Within, which was rather challenging for her,

“I went through eating disorders in high school, so it triggered some old stuff. I was so thin that I wasn’t getting my period. And part of me didn’t want to gain the weight back, which was really scary. People were like, ‘You look so good!’ I was like, Oh, my God, that is disturbing.”


Coachella ella ella! Rihanna sports a full-length fluffy coat in the desert as she shows off her new red hair at the festival

She may have been partying in the desert, but that wasn’t going to stop Rihanna sporting faux fur.

The 27-year-old Umbrella singer stayed out late at the Palm Springs music festival Coachella, contrasting a long, thick coat with tinted sunglasses in the California heat.

Rihanna, offsetting her new flame-red hair ‘do, opted for a lilac look, complete with matching purple lipstick and a pair of hot pink Dr Martins.

The cover up featured a cold shoulder cut out to allow her to cool off and she appeared to be wearing a sleeveless thigh-split dress beneath as she paraded through the venue.

Rihanna picked out the perfect festival footwear, which gaped around her slender legs as she tackled the grass under foot.

Her hair was long, loose and curled behind her shoulders and she appeared to make a featured out of her kirby grips, which kept it pinned behind her ears.

The musician unveiled her newly dyed auburn locks while filming a music video earlier this week in Santa Monica.

And she looked pretty proud of the style when she showed it in a bedhead style via Instagram on Saturday, with her bold purple lips adding a playful splash of colour.

The bold purple lip was once again her go-to shade when she snapped the copper style in an otherwise barefaced selfie.


Rihanna’s hazel eyes shone against her new hairdo, from which a curtain of fringed ringlets covered her blemish-free face.

The songbird appeared well-rested and refreshed while clad in a slouchy grey sweatshirt.

Chanel Iman for Marie Claire UK by James Macari

Marie Claire UK enlists supermodel Chanel Iman to star in Pretty Powerful editorial captured by fashion photographer James Macari for their latest edition. In charge of styling was Tiffany Fraser Steele with makeup by Cynthia Sobek and hair styling by Riad Azar at Atelier Management.

Marie Claire UK enlists supermodel Chanel Iman to star in Pretty Powerful editorial captured by fashion photographer James Macari for their latest edition. In charge of styling was Tiffany Fraser Steele with makeup by Cynthia Sobek and hair styling by Riad Azar at Atelier Management.

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9 Easy Ways To Always Look Good

It’s not always easy to look good. But contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to slave away and spend hours in front of the mirror to look good. Nor do you have to shell out for those high-end products. Turns out, all you need to look good all the time are a few basic tips and tricks that you can throw into action. Use these simple ideas to look good every day and every night and rule supreme, knowing that you’re looking fabulous and feeling phenomenal.

Apply Morning Makeup

Wearing the basics in makeup can not only help you always look good but will get you into a much-needed routine so that you have a standard for putting on your face in the morning. Wash the face with cold water in the morning, dry and apply your favorite facial moisturizer. Add on a powder. Add blush to the cheekbones or bronzer if you prefer. Put on mascara in place of eyeshadow and liner, add lip color or gloss, and you’re ready to go and looking great.

Get Enough Sleep

Getting enough sleep ensures that your body and mind have had the opportunity to plug in, turn off, and rest thoroughly. While getting enough sleep may not seem like a big deal, getting under the recommended eight hours does affect the way you look, appear, act, seem– in other words, everything. It may not seem like a big deal, but chances are if you can get it together enough to hit the pillow at a reasonable time and stay there for eight hours, you’ll have more energy and be more focused, not to mention prepared to start the day. People will notice the lack of bags under your eyes and your bright disposition, which instantly makes you look good. You’ll look energized and refreshed both physically and mentally.