Want to rock a cozy look like your favorite celebs? We’re looking to Lily Aldridge, Sienna Miller, Selena Gomez, and Jessica Alba for inspiration while hunting the best of the best in chilly weather-wear. Staying warm while looking chic is one of winter’s greatest challenges and we’re here to help. Scroll through below to shop our favorites.
Hot off the press from New York Fashion Week: Proenza Schouler is giving us the lowdown on what to wear via their ready-to-wear collection for fall 2017. What does that entail, you ask? Well, for starters, it includes pleats and pleather.
In their last showing at NYFW, Proenza Schouler introduced deconstructed suits and wrap dresses with zero wrapping required. Their apparent MO this season: Take a workwear classic and amp it up with, say, a leather rerendering and metal studs for texture. Like a CEO gone rogue.
In addition to their signature asymmetrical cuts and slashed dresses, Proenza Schouler gave us logos, sporty eveningwear, and clutches made to be actually clutched.
Here, the Proenza Schouler ready-to-wear fall 2017 collection in full.
We could not be more excited for Baby Blue. She must be over the moon–I mean, two extra playmates?! Naturally, we’re already imagining the onslaught of unbelievably adorable Instagram photos of the Carter kids. BEY x THREE.
Blue will finally have someone(s) to relate to–a sibling to share child-sized evening gowns with, penthouse playdates, and, of course, jam out to mom’s best hits.
While we anxiously await their birth, we’ll be thinking about all the many ways Blue Ivy is destined to be an incredible big sis.
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We hope that 30 years from now, Blue’s sibs speak of her the way Auntie Solange talks about Beyonce: “You were the most patient, loving, wonderful sister ever.” We think Blue’s up for the challenge.
Blogger and designer Joy Cho has done it again. We quickly fell in love with the brand Oh Joy! for Target after she released a cheerful spring collection of home goods and decor at the beginning of the year. Last week, the colorful brand announced a brand new line of dog accessories, and we want everything.
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From dapper bow ties to sparkly bowls, every dog will find something they like in this new release. The full collection is online and in select Target stores, but for now, here are a few of our favorites. Woof!
Prue Leith says it would be a “dream” to land a job on the revamped Great British Bake Off.
The 76-year-old cookery expert confirmed she had had two auditions for the show which switches to Channel 4 this year.
Leith previously spent 11 years as judge on BBC Two’s The Great British Menu.
Channel 4 said it would be announcing the programme’s line-up “in due course”.
Speaking at a charity event on Tuesday, Leith said she was “certainly one of the runners” to be a judge on the show alongside Paul Hollywood, the only member of the current on-screen team who has chosen to stay with the show.
“I can wish. I can dream,” she said. “I’ve had two auditions with them and lots of meetings.
“So I mean I think I’m close but I know there are two people in the running. One other person.
“Of course I’d love to do it. Who wouldn’t want to do it?”
She added: “I’ve known Mary [Berry] for years and she loved it.”
Leith’s agent confirmed to the BBC that she was interviewed for a job on the show at the end of last month.
But she said neither she nor Leith had received an offer from the show’s producers so far.
The late night host broke the news of McNearney’s pregnancy on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, saying, “Also, my wife, is hosting a baby inside her body. So that’s what’s coming.” The announcement came after Kimmel was revealed to be hosting the 2017 Academy Awards in February. Baby makes four for the Kimmel family, as they have 2-year-old daughter Jane at home.
Ben Dunne, the guitarist’s father, said he had found strength from the support the families had received.
“When you meet parents who have lost children, there is an immediate connection, but having said that from the wider community, the music community, there’s been so much empathy and love towards us,” he said.
The Arriva buses, one of which has been converted into a mobile recording studio, have been produced in collaboration with the River Reeves Foundation, an organisation set up by Mr Dunne in memory of his son.
Mr Dunne said the foundation, set up to support young people in the performing arts, was founded to see “good to come to other people”.
In her editorial column for next month’s issue, Emmanuelle Alt goes on to say the transgender model is the “absolute equal” of other iconic women in fashion.
“Apart from one small detail, Valentina, the femme fatale, was born a boy,” she adds.
“It’s a detail one would prefer not to have to mention… but Valentina is on the cover of Vogue this month, not just for her looks or her sparkling personality, but because despite herself she embodies an age-old arduous struggle to be recognized and not to be perceived as something Other.”