Did you know that the bride and groom usually hire a professional photographer and videographer to capture the special moments of their wedding day? And while you, dear guest, may think that you’re helping them by taking photos they can use online or in a scrapbook, you may actually be ruining the images they are paying thousands of dollars for. More »Unplugged Weddings Are The Latest Craze
I’ve had an opportunity to pursue my dreams, unlike many people. When I was 15, I lived in Russia. It was the only life I understood, but I dreamed of getting to experience more, of having a chance to create a positive impact on the world—that dream was realized through modeling. As a child, I was raised in a culture where the expectation of women was limited; there were few opportunities for women to pursue a career or achieve parity with their male contemporaries. We were in many ways considered “less than.” More »Anne V on World AIDS Day: Impacting Change Begins with Family Planning
Sex can sell just about anything so it’s no wonder that the provocative tactic is usually employed to market even the most mundane products. But while the strategy is typically guaranteed to if not be successful, then at least drop some jaws, Coke’s attempt to promote a new milk product has done neither — and, in fact, angered many. More »Pin-Up Girls Are Selling Milk Now in Sexist New Ad Campaign
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“I have an idea,” Sophie Tweed-Simmons says when we meet for coffee on the Upper East Side in New York. “How about if I ask strangers on the street if they’d dance with me? I’ve always wanted to do that.” More »Gene Simmons's Daughter Talks Body Shaming, Feminism, and Refusing to be Retouched (Including Our Exclusive Images)
(Reuters) — Dental hygienist Jennifer Reynolds was always self-conscious about her looks, never took selfies and felt uncomfortable being tagged in photographs posted on social media. More »Nip, Tuck, Click: Demand for U.S. Plastic Surgery Rises in Selfie Era
First she was fat shamed, then backstage bullied, and now she’s being fame shamed. Kendall Jenner just can’t cut a break. More »Now She's Being Fame Shamed: Why Can't We Just Leave Kendall Jenner Alone?
On her wedding day, fashion designer Lauren Conrad’s hair fell in loose waves mid-way down her back. A month later, she has a tousled bob. More »There's a Reason Why Women With Long Hair Cut It All Off After Their Wedding Day
I’m sure you’ve already noticed, but right now is a tough time of year for skin—the shift from harsh summer sun exposure to harsh cold winds and dry air can leave your skin parched, irritated, and the opposite of glowy. Wondering how to update your skin care routine and face winter looking pretty? We asked celebrity makeup artist Matin to share his favorite secrets to keeping clients’ skin smooth and radiant during this transitional season. More »Ways Celebs Prep Their Skin for Winter: Ampoules, Mists, and More
Sarah Jessica Parker does the unexpected, mixing graphic prints and patterns for a look that's so wrong it's right. More »Mix & match bold prints for a chic under $100 look
What do you get when you cross a cardi with a sweater coat? A coatigan, of course! We’ll try to get that word off the ground; in the meantime, here are 15 picks to ward off the chill. More »15 Cozy Cardigans to Wear All Weekend
Thankfully, we’ve miraculously escaped the polar vortex, but we’re still in for some chilly days. From performance to high-fashion leggings, here’s how to keep yourself cozy when the temperatures drop. More »How to Stay Warm Without Sacrificing Your Style
Are you one of the 92.1 million people who shopped on Black Friday last year? Black Friday can be brutal for many reasons: the early start time (forget 5am, try 12:01am!), the crowds, the traffic, the lines, the pandemonium. More »How Not to Burn Out During Holiday Shopping Season
If you love your shoes as much as we do, you’ll want to read this. When you drive wearing your beloved footwear, the back of the shoe scrapes against the floor as you push the pedals, leaving scratches and nicks on your shoes. More »Do You Drive a Car? You're Probably Ruining Your Shoes
Growing up in the 90s and early 2000s, I can distinctly remember hearing the word ‘feminist’ used as a slur. It conjured up images of unshaved legs, a face sneered in anger, a humorless woman who didn’t care about being attractive (and wasn’t), a woman who hated (and was hated by) men. More »When Did Feminism Become a F-Bomb?
What to give your favourite magazine editor? From the obvious (booze!) to the unexpected (agate bookends), here's what our hearts are desiring this holiday. More »Gift Guide: 20 Editors' Picks (Our Personal Faves!)
People have been oohing and ahhing at wedding dresses for centuries. Whether it was Queen Victoria’s white dress which kicked off the white wedding gown trend we still follow today, Kate Middleton’s Grace Kelly-inspired gown, or evenSolange Knowles recent jumpsuit wedding-day look, designers continue to create jaw-dropping styles for brides and their guests to marvel at, but no one could have imagined the beaded masterpiece that one dressmaker from Edina, Minnesota crafted. More »Would You Wear a 380-Pound Wedding Dress?
Do Destiny’s Child’s outrageous outfits stand the test of time? What about Beyonce’s House of Deréon Oscars dress? We sit down with designer Tina Knowles to evaluate her daughter’s iconic style moments—and her own designs—in this Queen Bey (and Kelly and Michelle) edition of “Timeless, Time Warp, or Time to Hide?” More »Beyoncé and Destiny's Child Fashion Hits and Misses, According to Tina Knowles
Melissa McCarthy said that over the course of her life, she’s been “every size on the planet. I have experience dressing me as a 6, a 12 and more. And when you go above a size 12, you don’t lose your love of fashion.” More »Funny Girl Melissa McCarthy Gets Serious About Designing Her New Plus-Size Collection
Boots are one of those wardrobe essentials that seem like they are universally flattering—that no matter your height, weight, shape, or frame, you can wear any style and look good. This is almost true, but not quite; as it turns out, there are actually certain boot styles that flatter certain body types better than others. More »How to Find the Right Boots for Your Body Type
Here in the fashion community, we often hear editors lamenting about packing for a month abroad to attend the shows. (Our recommendation? It’s all about layers!) But what happens when royals need to embark on a diplomatic mission where every hair needs to be in place and every garment perfectly wrinkle-free? More »How to Pack Like the Queen: Duplicate Outfits, Personal Handlers, and Custom Tea
Hit the holiday party circuit in 24 cocktail-ready pieces cribbed from our favourite off-the-clock runway stars. More »4 Party Outfit Ideas Inspired by Off-Duty Models
“I’m spinning with my hands up,” is the refrain of Beyoncé’s latest bombshell song, “7/11” and she’s been alluding to it by slyly being out and about with a slurpee in her hand. More »Beyoncé Drops Her Pants And a New Video in the Most Fabulous Goofy Way
From the moment that Lady Gaga entered the pop sphere (and ultimately flipped it on its head), her energetic dance anthems, soulful ballads, and eccentric outfits have left us wanting more. Within the span of five quick years, she has managed to rule the pop charts, successfully enrapturing and enlivening a generation of little monsters along the way. We caught up with “Lady” (as she introduced herself) to talk about her most reecent stylistic shift, documented in the selfie portraits that she sent exclusively to Yahoo Style. More »Lady Gaga On Wrapping Up Her ARTPOP Ball Tour, Sexuality, and 40,000 Square Foot Costume Archive