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This season, if you’re looking to adopt the latest hair trend of the moment, all you need is a trim.


No need to go for anything complicated, we’ve seen it on all the runways and red carpets: everyone is going for short and wavy natural-looking hair. So go back to your original colour and get your hair cut shoulder-length or above, and let the compliments roll in.

This fresh look is perfect for the spring and the best part about it is that it’s super low maintenance, all you have to is get out of bed. No styling or complicated hair-do necessary, and the result is a stylish yet effortless look! Not to mention the positive effects it’ll have on your hair. Going short will make your hair stronger and healthier, which will immediately give it more volume.

So what are you waiting for?


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Designer Tory Burch recently released a video of Poppy Delevigne and two other models dancing to Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall’s “Juju on That Beat”. 


The move caused controversy and Tory Burch was immediately accused of cultural appropriation. Critics found it shocking that the clip used a song by two black artists without featuring any models of colour. Others however, found nothing wrong with it (aside from the awkward dancing, of course). 

This isn’t the first time the fashion industry is accused of cultural appropriation. Many similar episodes have been seen, like Marc Jacob sending white models wearing faux wool dreadlocks down the runway or Karlie Kloss dressing like a Japanese Geisha for a shoot. 

Nevertheless, Tory Burch did not contest the accusations. She took the video down and immediately apologised, saying:The video was intended to celebrate music that we love with our spring collection. It was never meant to be insensitive in any way. I personally feel badly if this hurt anyone, and I'm truly sorry”.


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Dans la série des fils à papa qui deviennent mannequins vient s’ajouter Noé Elmaleh.


On l’avait déjà repéré sur Instagram, mais le fils de Gad Elmaleh vient de faire son entrée officielle dans le monde de la mode en défilant pour Zadig et Voltaire à la New York Fashion Week, aux côtés de Bella Hadid et Hailey Baldwin. Pas mal pour un premier podium ! 

Il a fêté l’occasion sur Instagram en publiant une photo de lui, remerciant la marque pour un défilé tout à fait « amazing » ! 

Et la bonne nouvelle, c’est que le beau gosse aux yeux bleus vient de signer avec l’agence Success Models, donc préparez-vous, on n’a pas fini d’en entendre parler…

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Vogue promises us a "diversity issue", they give us Karlie Kloss dressed as a Geisha. Karlie isn't Japanese. She also isn't under represented, considering she's one of the highest earning supermodels in the world. Just this week Karlie confused Destiny's Child and TLC. We didn't think it could get worse, but it did. 


In the shoot her face appears to be whitened, and her hair is done in the traditional Shimada style. Did we get stuck in a time warp? Or is this actually happening? In 2017!

Karlie knows better, Vogue knows better, yet here we are again. Vogue have culturally appropriated a hundred times, and this isn't Karlie's first time at the rodeo. Remember in 2012 when she strutted down the catwalk in a Native American headdress? Stay classy, guys. 

She has set up a coding school, she's is a vocal feminist and has all the makings of a role model. She's smart as hell, yet continues to make such stupid mistakes. Why? She's in a position to say 'no' and turn down shoots that aren't right for her, but does she? No. 

Vogue is a bible for us fashion-lovers, but that doesn't mean they should get a haul pass when it comes to cultural appropriation. There are hundreds of beautiful Japanese models, and Vogue could have had their pick- do better. Please, just do better. 

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Vogue's March 2017 cover has landed, entitled "Modern American Woman", featuring an eclectic group of models: Adwoa Aboah, Liu Wen, Ashley Graham, Vittoria Ceretti, Imaan Hammam, Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner. 


Vogue spoke about the editorial stating "each of these cover girls proudly inhabits her own particular gorgeousness in her own particular way. Together they represent a seismic social shift: The new beauty norm is no norm. And fashion, the industry that-yes-has historically done much to enforce beauty codes, is joining the movement". 

Adding "In a climate of immigration bans and building walls, the biggest names in 2017 make the case that there isn't just one type of American girl- nor has there ever been". 

However, some people aren't happy with the cover, accusing Vogue of photoshopping Gigi's arm to cover Ashley's waist, and making Ashley pose to cover her thigh. 

Ashely has taken to Instagram to banish these rumours stating "I chose to pose like that..no one told me to do anything". 

The cover isn't fully inclusive, nor is it leaping that far from beauty standards the industry continually enforces, but it is progress. Calling it a "beauty revolution" may be a little farfetched, but it's a step in the right direction. Baby steps people, baby steps. 

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W Mag's new shoot, entitled 'Salute To 5 Powerful Women' includes JLO, Donatella Versace, Kate Moss, Taraji P. Henson and Jessica Chastain. And it's everything. See the incredible images above and read below for the interview highlights... 


JLO: Women Get More Confident As They Get Older 

"I have no patience for anything that's not real, just no bulls*t"

"I think living and pushing outside your comfort zone is the only way to be happy, ultimately."

"I've gotten comfortable knowing what I am good at, and how to do it" 

"Men in their 20s are very confident and cocky, and women are super insecure. And then it flips: men get super insecure, and women get comfortable in their own skin, in a way that makes them more beautiful....I just appreciate myself in a way I didn't when I was that age. And it's not about perfection. I like the scars I have". 

Kate Moss is Proudly Naked at 42 

"From the beginning, photographers always got me to take my clothes off, even though I don't like my body at all. I just had to get comfortable with being naked". 

"Fashion can be cutthroat, but we love it" "I want to please the person behind the camera. I'm a hard worker. And I like the process of creating an image". 

Taraji On Success in Her Forties 

"It's supposed to be over for me at 46, but here I am. I'm a late bloomer, and I'm okay with that. Know why? Late bloomers last loooong" 

"Growing up, math and science was for boys. I wasn't allowed to have that dream. I don't want another little girl believing she can't be a rocket scientist. Fuck that!" 

Donatella On the Power of Fashion 

"The power to keep on going forward. I have to succeed in showing women that we can do more, that we are stronger than men." 

"I cast different models on my catwalk because there is not just one kind of woman. You can't make a revolution for just one woman!" 

Jessica Chastain is the Heroine Women Deserve

"In our society, women are valued for their sexual attraction. I'd like to get away from the sex symbol idea of what beauty is. Actually, that's probably the farthest thing form beauty, because it's makeup and hair, it's pouty lips- it's not real" 

"We're not supposed to be ambitious, we're not supposed to be 'over prepared'" 

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Bored of staring at your phone day in, day out, and wondering when you're upgrading to a better or newer model? 

Update your iPhone's look with an ICONEMESIS phone case for models 5S, 5c, SE, 6 and 6S with an exclusive 15% off using the code ICONEMESIS at checkout. Quick, this offer is only available until the 18th of Jan...

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Above are the 13 most swiped-right individuals in the UK on Tinder, from models to entrepreneurs and musicians it seems there's no one type that catches the Tinder-user's eye. 


Tinder's in-house sociologist Dr Jessica Carbino told Cosmo that "Individuals that do well on Tinder are not necessarily the most attractive people in the room. The one thing I tell people to include in their profile, is information that will start a conversation". People are 14% more likely to get a right swipe if they are smiling showing teeth- so get those pearly whites out. 

Scroll above to see Tinder's most popular....

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The Victoria's Secret 2016 show was held last night in Paris. And it did not disappoint- does it ever? The models looked flawless, including big names like Alessandra Ambrosio, Kendall Jenner, Irina Shayk, Gigi Hadid, Adriana Lima and so many more! 


Jasmine Tookes was the chosen model this year to don the 'Fantasy Bra', costing $2.4 million encrusted with 450 carats worth of diamonds. So you know, just your standard boob holder. 

The drama of the night didn't let us down either. Rumours of a pregnancy swam around- with speculations that Irina Shayk is pregnant with her first child with Bradley Cooper- her stomach was covered, which for a VS show is very demure and a little suspicious! 

There was heartbreak too. The video and images of Bella Hadid walking past The Weeknd (aka Abel Tesfaye) has pulled at our heartstrings. The pair have recently split, but it seems the show must go on! On the plus size, if you're going to run into your ex and make them miss you, wearing VS lace lingerie is a sure way to do it. 

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The annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is no doubt one of the most eagerly awaited events of the fashion world, and with excellent reason—where else do you get to see beautiful lingerie, amazingly creative designs, and the world's best supermodels in one place? 


This year's show was jam-packed with eye-grabbing moments. Besides the gorgeous designs on the runway, viewers were entertained by Bella Hadid being serenaded by ex-boyfriend The Weeknd, and Gigi Hadid having a (thankfully not too revealing) wardrobe malfunction as she walked the ramp.  

All in all, just like every year, this year's show was a roaring success. Check out our gallery above for the best runway looks and backstage pictures of the most popular VS models!

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The Victoria's Secret Show is an event I put in my calendar every year, like so many other women around the globe, I'm fascinated. And to a degree, I get this intense interest- I love seeing beautiful women, owning their sexuality and strutting their stuff in jewel incrusted underwear. But, what I don't understand, is why it's Victoria's Secret that have this coveted affair.


Think about it, what is the big deal with VS? The actual underwear they sell is high-street, basic and kind of 'meh'. If a brand like Agent Provocateur put on a show of a similar ilk, it would make far more sense- because they are a high-end, catwalk worthy brand. Plus, you can't actually buy any of the really amazing bras from the VS show- their actual stores don't stock such creative masterpieces, instead you'll find what looks like a 16 year old's brain fart. Why and when did wearing hot pink underwear become a thing? 

On top of this, Victoria's Secret has had a pretty sordid past. There was the whole getting prisoners to sew their lingerie f*ck up. Yup, you read that right- it's not just a plot line in Orange is the New Black. 

However, many critiques of the show find it sexist, and I've got to disagree. Because the VS show is not made for the male gaze or male pleasure, it's made for teenage girls. Think about it- if it was a purely sexist pursuit of objectifying the female form, then wouldn't it be a little more *sexy*? Don't get me wrong, these models ooze sex appeal, but the show isn't sexual. It's full of disney princess poses, fun and light hearted energy and upbeat pop music. 

But since this is the case, it makes it even more confusing- it's not a fashion show, it's not couture, it's not a sex show. It's not even a very good commercial marketing ploy, because the brand has been on a downwards spiral- maybe because no one wants pink, sparkly push up bras anymore? Just a thought. It's some weird medley that wouldn't seem out of place in a parallel universe, black mirror style. 

And yet, despite the latter reasoning, I'm still obsessed. I still care. My heart burst at Bella walking past Abel, and I cooed at Jasmine in the 'Fantasy Bra', and cheered at Irina strutting her stuff while pregnant. I love that it's extravagant, and that the models seem like genuine friends. 

So, maybe that's why we are all so engrossed, because it's nice to see women fulfil their life long dreams, be amazing friends and champion each other...

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How do the Victoria's Secret models get ready for the biggest night of the year in an Angel's calendar? Well, in personalised pink robes, matching bras and 100s of glam squad staff on hand. Duh. 


Bella and Gigi Hadid are walking the show together, making it extra special for the sisters. They haven't even got their looks on yet and they already look incredible! Kendall Jenner, Irina Shayk, Alessandra Ambrosio, Isabel Goulart and many more are also joining the duo. See who's been captured in some behind the scenes snaps above. 

Scroll the gallery above and get excited for the show tonight! 

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