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Hattie Cotmore
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#EmilyRatajkowski has just launched her swimwear line #Inamorata. The collection encompasses three bikinis and three one-pieces. I love the balance of retro and contemporary. The off the shoulder style looks chic and the bows make for pretty detailing. Polka dots, leopard print and block colours are all sleek and fun. Prices start at $75 so I might be sticking to the high street brands for now but if I could splurge I'd be packing this in my suitcase next summer.

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Mathilde Pain
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“La Cérémonie est ouverte !”. La 70e Édition du Festival de Cannes a débuté hier, ouverte par Lily-Rose Depp et le réalisateur iranien Asghar Farhadi. 

La maîtresse de cérémonie Monica Belluci, sublime dans une robe bleu nuit semi-transparente, a prononcé le discours d’ouverture tandis que le réalisateur espagnol Pedro Almodovar présidait la cérémonie.

Et du côté du tapis rouge ? Bella Hadid récidive avec une robe fendue en soie Alexandre Vauthier, Julianne Moore rayonne en Givenchy Couture et Uma Thurman incarne le glamour hollywoodien avec une robe sculpturale signée Atelier Versace. 

Découvrez l’intégralité des tenues sur le tapis rouge ci-dessus !

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Trop fifille, enfantin ou frôlant le mauvais goût, le rose a souvent mauvaise réputation dans l’univers de la mode. Mais c’est sans compter sur le rose Millennial, savant mélange entre le rose saumon et le rose pêche, qui fait fureur sur les réseaux sociaux et gagne progressivement nos dressings. 


Loin du rose barbie (qui nous rappelle désagréablement Paris Hilton dans les années 2000), le rose Millennial a la particularité d’être androgyne. Ainsi, il a séduit Harry Styles, qui promeut son premier album solo à New-York le 9 mai en costume rose éclatant porté sur une chemise noire. Son ancien camarade de One Direction, Zayn Malik, s’est lui aussi affiché au bras de Gigi Hadid avec un pull rose Millennial qui rappelle astucieusement le mini sac à main Burberry de sa belle. 

Couleur mascotte de la jeune génération, le rose Millennial insuffle un vent de gaieté et de jeunesse dans nos penderies. Idéal pour les beaux jours, on le porte par petites touches et on le mixe avec d’autres couleurs pour éviter de ressembler à un dragée. Voici quelques conseils pour être pile dans la tendance. 

Pour le haut, on le porte… 
Sur des maxi pulls en matière duveteuse comme le mohair ou l’angora, associé à un jean brut ou délavé. Les plus téméraires peuvent aussi opter pour une pièce forte comme un blazer ou un manteau, qui éclaire la tenue. 
À éviter: Les pulls à ornements type clous ou strass qui associés au rose peuvent faire chavirer votre look vers le  too much 

Pour le bas, on le porte…
Sur un pantalon habillé pour un rendu élégant et sophistiqué. Si vous optez pour un tailleur intégral rose à l’image d’Emily Ratajkowski, choisissez un haut de couleur neutre pour ne pas surcharger l’ensemble. 
À éviter: Une jupe qui pourrait faire trop fillette ou au contraire trop bimbo

Aux pieds, on le porte… 
Avec une paire de baskets tendance qui apporte une vraie touche de peps.
À éviter: Les escarpins rose vifs qui donnent un look trop poupée. On privilégie les teintes poudrées ou beige. 

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Charlotte Bailly
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C’est officiel ! Plus la peine d’avoir - ou même de savoir en faire - un skate pour s’approprier le look de skater.


Thrasher Magazine est une institution dans le monde de skateboard, mais il semblerait que la publication fasse aussi des adeptes parmi les célébrités ! 

Avec son design vintage et ses airs rebelles, le sweat Thrasher fait maintenant partie de la panoplie du mannequin Off Duty, porté par Molly Blair, Sarah Brannon ou encore Emily Ratajkowski en sortant des défilés haute couture.

Et les mannequins ne sont pas les seules à avoir craqué: Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Brooklyn Beckham, Ryan Gosling et même la petite North West ne quittent plus leurs t-shirts de la marque.

Et vous savez qui est la prochaine personne à afficher son sweat Thrasher super trendy sur Instagram ? VOUS !

Shoppez la sélection ci-dessous. 

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Nainika Agrawal
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The Emmys are hands-down one of the most exciting events of the year in Hollywood, because we get to see our favourite faces from TV putting their best foot forward on the red carpet in some gorgeous dresses! 


After much deliberation, we have finally picked our favourites of this year. 

Kerry Washington
We have long coveted the ultra chic wardrobe of Kerry's character Olivia Pope from Scandal, and the actress herself has stunning sense of dressing too! A pregnant Kerry looked beautiful on the red carpet in a black custom Brandon Maxwell cutout gown. 

Laverne Cox 
Laverne Cox aka Sophia Burset from Orange is the New Black is hands-down one of our favourite people, with all the amazing activism she does for her transgender community. She looked uber sexy in a golden plunging Naeem Khan dress that gave us major #QueenBey vibes. 

Priyanka Chopra 
PC aka Alex Parrish from Quantico aka queen of our hearts stole everyone's attention on the Emmys red carpet when she did a graceful twirl in her red Jason Wu gown! 

Sophie Turner 
20-year-old Sophie Turner aka Sansa Stark from Game of Thrones (the show that broke all Emmys records this year, FYI) looked super elegant in a black, lacey Valentino creation and her gorgeous blonde locks. 

Emilia Clarke 
Emilia Clarke is one of the golden girls of television, with her character Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones being one of the most popular ever, and her personality captivating fans off-screen. So it was only fitting that she looked gorgeous in a champagne-coloured Atelier Versace dress. 

Taraji P. Henson 
Taraji has captivated us all as the sassy-but-loveable Cookie Lyon on Empire, and even though her lemon yellow Vera Wang dress was simple compared to the other embellished dresses on the red carpet, she looked amazing as ever! 

Emily Ratajkowski 
No best-dressed list would be complete without Emily Ratajkowski, who habitually turns heads with her super sexy physique and bold sartorial choices. Though she chose a relatively demure outfit for the Emmys this year, the deep blue Zac Posen gown flattered her beautifully!

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Nainika Agrawal
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The red carpet at the Bazaar Icons Party in NYC was certainly a star-studded one! We saw some pretty eye-catching dresses. 


Emily Ratajkowski had all eyes on her in a super-revealing black dress, and looked ravishing in it. 

As for the Jenner sisters, they looked glitzy and glam as per usual—Kylie, with her newly bleached hair, donned a baby pink, sparkly, short dress, whereas Kendall went for a floral, maxi number.

Their big sister Kim Kardashian sported a nude and black, lacy, slip-esque number in her classic sexy style. 

Hailey Baldwin, a close friend of the Jenner sisters, rocked a glamorous, shiny creation in silver. 

Photo Credit: Harper's Bazaar, The Sun UK, Twitter, Zimbio 

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In February, during a snowstorm in New Hampshire, I had the honor of speaking at a Bernie Sanders rally. Having been politically minded throughout my life, I felt it only natural to support the candidate I believed in. The Internet, however, felt otherwise. After posting a picture of myself at the rally and a video of my speech about Bernie’s positions on equal pay, maternity leave, and economic inequality, I was trolled heavily. Commenters said I had “an excess of beauty and lack of brain” and told me to “shut up and show us your tits.” But I was also criticized in a very specific way— for seeking attention. They wrote me off as “a desperate attention whore,” saying I was taking part in the conversation only because everybody else was too.


I realized then that I’ve been called an attention whore so often that I had almost gotten used to it. And as women we are accused of seeking attention more than men are, whether for speaking out politically, as I did, for dressing a certain way, or for even posting a selfie. Our culture has a double standard that runs so deep, many women have actually built up an automatic defense—attempting to be a step ahead of potential critics by making sure we have “real” reasons for anything we say or do.

Often it’s men propelling these acts of sexism, but women discount one another too: Think about how many times you’ve heard a woman say about another woman, “Oh, she’s just doing that for attention.” We’ve internalized this trope. Our society tells women we can’t be, say, sexy and confident and opinionated about politics. This would allow us too much power. Instead our society asks us to declare and defend our motivations, which makes us second-guess them, all while men do what they please without question.

I see it all the time, particularly when my girlfriends are getting ready to go out. They encounter this moment when they think, I don’t want to look like I tried too hard. They don’t want to be seen as desperate or vain. But my guy friends don’t think twice about whether this shirt or that cologne will make them seem attention seeking. The truth is that both groups want to be noticed. Yet we view a man’s desire for attention as a natural instinct; with a woman, we label her a narcissist.

Look at pop culture: Mick Jagger is 73, and he still sometimes wears his shirt open and gyrates onstage. We understand that this is a part of his performance and artistic brand. Meanwhile, when Madonna, who is 58 and a revolutionary in that same kind of artistic sexuality, wears a sheer dress to the Met Gala, critics call her “a hot mess” who’s “desperate.” But isn’t she just making one of her signature political statements about female sexuality (and, incidentally, about our ageist, sexist culture too)? In any case, they are both performers who undoubtedly like attention. So why does Madonna get flak for it while Jagger is celebrated?

It’s absurd to think that desire for attention doesn’t drive both women and men. Why are women scrutinized for it more, then? And if a woman dresses up because she does want attention, male or otherwise, does that make her guilty of something? Or less “serious”? Our society doesn’t question men’s motivations for taking their shirt off, or shaving, or talking about politics—nor should it. Wanting attention is genderless. It’s human.

In August a young woman, Karina Vetrano, was raped and murdered while on a jog in Queens, New York. The New York Daily News published an article about “the brainy and beautiful victim,” including a selfie of Vetrano from her Instagram. One commenter said, “Poor girl yes. But she put herself out there like a Kardashian carbon copy.” Later he added, “If you’re going to be out there, be prepared for the attention, good and bad.” This is how far the attention accusation can go: It validates the idea that this woman’s actions—wearing makeup, posting selfies—might have contributed to her senseless murder. Would you have seen the same type of comment had the victim been male? Doubtful. Women should be allowed to be themselves and live the way they want to, just as Vetrano did.

The ideal feminist world shouldn’t be one where women suppress their human instincts for attention and desire. We shouldn’t be weighed down with the responsibility of explaining our every move. We shouldn’t have to apologize for wanting attention either. We don’t owe anyone an explanation. It’s not our responsibility to change the way we are seen—it’s society’s responsibility to change the way it sees us.

Photo Credit: Glamour

Originally published by Glamour

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Amanda P
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Many women are afraid to bring up women's issues in their professional lives, worried about alienating others - and not without good reason. Men often react aggressively in response to conversations about women's issues, getting defensive and trying to shift blame to the woman speaking up. 


Many of us have encountered this in our own lives: when we bring up a real issue at work, we're told we're being "too sensitive" or "not professional enough". For lots of women, it's easier to bite our tongues when we notice sexism, keep our heads down, and continue our work as usual. We all need to make a living somehow!

Women in the entertainment industry have it rough, because they're constantly evaluated based only on their physical appearance, and the industry is almost completely dominated by men. While there are obviously loads of talented female models and actresses out there, upwards of 90% of executive, designer, producer, and photographer jobs are given to men, even within the female-oriented fashion world. So I absolutely love when prominent women speak up about gender inequalities, and Emily Ratajkowski is a great example. The 25-year-old model refuses to stay quiet about her political views, advocating for causes she believes in. "To me, it’d be crazy not to. I’d like to be able to sleep well at night," she told Glamour in a recent article she wrote.

You can read her article HERE, and be sure to catch her in the upcoming films In Darkness and Cruise, and in the new Netflix show Easy.

Ratajkowski has drawn a lot of criticism, first for supporting Bernie, then for standing up for America's most hated celebrity, Kim K, after Kim posted a nude selfie. Emily's tweet read "Even if being sexualized by society's gaze is demeaning, there must be a space where women can still be sexual when they choose to be." It's interesting that millions of people watched Kim's leaked sex tape without her consent, but when Kim actively chose to show herself naked, immediately criticized her. HMMMM.

In her Glamour interview, Ratajkowski opens up about double standards and so-called "attention-seeking". She spills tea all over the place, calling out the media for criticizing Madonna's skimpy clothes while glorifying Mick Jagger's plunging, skin-baring outfits. 

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Emily appears in the August 2016 issue of Harper's BAZAAR, where she speaks to feminist author Naomi Wolf and appears in a stunning editorial. Emily speaks frankly to Naomi, about feminism, *that* selfie with Kim K and more. 


The images see the Gone Girl actress posing nude on a white horse, they're ethereal and powerful- she is an advocate of reclaiming her sexuality and enforcing that 'a woman can be seeking attention and also make a statement. They don't need to be mutually exclusive'. 

You tell em' Emily! 

Scroll the gallery above to see the shoot 

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The movers and shakers of the fashion and entertainment industry dolled up for last night's CFDA Fashion Awards in New York where Beyonce took home the coveted Fashion Icon Award. Taking to the podium in a striped Givenchy suit, the star made sure to thank her mom and Uncle Johnny who designed and handmade each of Destiny's Child's first costumes. 

Other significant moments from the evening? Marc Jacobs was named the Womenswear Designer of the Year and late music and fashion icon David Bowie was given The Board of Directors' Special Tribute Award.

Scroll through our gallery to see which stars ruled the roost on the CFDA Fashion Awards 2016 red carpet! Hint: Karlie Kloss, Irina Shayk, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Emily Ratajkowski were among them...

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Li Tian Zhang
@nadiaharding I'm not sure that look is an easy one to pull off but at least she got the colour scheme right!
Nadia Harding
Don't like that look on Beyoncé!!! The hat is too large for her face
Lily Niu
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When it comes to NSFW selfies this ain't Kim K's first rodeo. In fact, it was just a few weeks ago the reality star came under fire from fellow celebs for yet another nude selfie. As of yesterday however it seems Kim's new topless selfie pal is none other than model-turned-actress Emily Ratajkowski!

To see the incriminating selfie simply scroll through our gallery! 

Both Kim and Emily shared the joint topless selfie on Instagram. It appears the stars have stripped down in a public restroom to get the shot while flipping us the bird in the mirror's reflection. 

Kim captioned the image: "When we're like...we both have nothing to wear LOL" while Emily opted for "We are more than just our bodies, but that doesn't mean we have to be shamed for them or our sexuality. #liberated"

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Meet the new cover girls of LOVE magazine this season- Kendall Jenner, Gigi & Bella Hadid, Adriana Lima and Poppy Delevingne.


Also making their cover debut for this issue's 'LOVE Club' are Lily Rose Depp and Emily Ratajkowski. 

The bumper edition sees Lily-Rose Depp talk about her blossoming acting career, why she loves the wizard of OZ and who her dream director would be- and it's not someone you'd really expect!

Meanwhile, Gigi reveals who taught her to walk like a pro and life being BFFs with Kendall Jenner.

Pretty standard fare really! Check out all the covers by scrolling through our gallery above. 

Photo Credit: LOVE Magazine

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