With the (very welcomed) rise of sneakers in fashion, we’ve seen a series of shoes that are equally comfy as they are stylish. Since Spring is right around the corner (or so we hope), we’ve got a round up of the top kicks a girl’s gotta have once that snow starts to melt.
The Winter Olympics have always been filled with iconic moments — especially when it comes to the figure skating. From landing a triple axel to perfecting one’s twizzles, to even becoming the world’s most decorated skaters (Tessa&Scott4Evaaa), figure skating has a lot of beautiful moments.
But the ~beauty lover~ inside us can’t help but notice the makeup, hair and fashion trends that have been hitting the ice every four years. And it seems each generation of figure skating has had its own iconic *look* Here’s the FORA Evolution of Olympic figure skating style.
Following right on the heels of London Fashion Week (February 16-February 20) last night’s Brit Awards delivered on the style front.
Not only did the ladies serve killer looks, they also showed solidarity to the Time’s Up movement by accessorizing with white roses.
What happens in 2017, doesn’t necessarily have to stay in 2017. We decided to take a long hard look at some of our fave trends from 2017 and predicted which ones we think may be here to stay (at least for another year).
As consumers, we have the power to choose ethical brands. With today being Bell Lets Talk Day, we searched the web to find some of those ethical brands that give back to mental health initiatives around the world.
Scroll through below, we’re we’ve highlighted some of our favourite pieces from the brands. And don’t forget to show your support for Bell Let’s Talk Day by sending a text message, making a mobile or long distance call using Bell Media products, tweeting with the hashtag #BellLetsTalk or sharing a Facebook video. Each time you do this, Bell will donate 5¢ to mental health initiatives.
The year’s biggest event in music happened last night and our fave celebs came SERVE *emoji clap* ING *emoji clap* LOOKS *emoji clap*
With sparkling gowns and sleek silhouettes all over the red carpet, we’re filing a petition to change the name of the Grammy Awards to the Glammy Awards.
The ladies at last night’s female-led SAG Awards not only delivered strong looks, but strong messages of female empowerment. The ultra-glam looks symbolized strength in femininity, with fun and flirty hues, the unofficial theme last night seemed to be pretty (and empowered) in pink.
It’s the holidays, which means you’ve got family functions to
avoid attend, parties to host and gift exchanges to arrange. And somehow, amidst all the hectic chaos, you’re supposed to come up with outfits that say “Happy Holidays, everyone! I’m not stressed out at all, I’ve totally got it together, and sure, I’d love another piece of pie”.
It might only be the beginning of November, but we’re already counting down the days until the Met Gala next spring, the most extravagant night in fashion.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced earlier today that the theme for the 2018 edition of the gala will be “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination”—
and it’ll be hosted by the Queen of the Met Gala herself, Rihanna, alongside international human rights lawyer Amal Clooney.
Halloween is the one time during the year that you can wear whatever your heart desires, without feeling like you’re breaking some sort of unspoken fashion rule. A few of our favourite Hollywood queens are definitely rising to the occasion and taking advantage of this, going all out with their unique costumes setting an even higher bar for themselves year after year. From spooky to sexy and everywhere in between, these celebs have had the most outrageously over the top Halloween costumes, making them the queens of Halloween.