No stranger to prancing around in skimpy swimwear, Adriana Lima is ready for the beach in Calzedonia’s just-released 2016 Summer campaign.
by Elizabeth Sulcer and photographed by the great Russell James, the
34-year-old hottie looks incredible in everything from neon neoprene to
crochet designs and drawstring bottoms.
with her recent campaign for Vogue Eyewear Spring/Summer 2016, it looks
like Adriana has everything she needs for a long hot summer.
Showing some love to a fellow South American icon, Gisele Bundchen is the star of the Winter 2016 spread from Brazilian jewelry designer Vivara.
the just-released images, the beautiful blonde bombshell works her
magic for photography team Luigi & Iango, all under the direction of
by Patti Wilson, Ms. Bundchen showcases a series of stylish accessories
including stacked bracelets, rings and glittery hoop earrings.
Pop star Iggy Azalea has asked fashion designer gIORGIO aRMANI to create her wedding dress.
The Fancy star, who became engaged to basketball star Nick Young last
year, has pushed back her big day because of upcoming tour and
recording commitments, but the nuptials are still on, despite a recent
cheating scandal surrounding the Los Angeles Lakers sportsman.
"Giorgio Armani is gonna make my dress,” Iggy told news show Extra.
“I asked and I didn't know if he would because he really hasn't made a
lot of celebrity wedding gowns... I'm just a fan of classic tailoring
and I wanted my wedding dress to be timeless, so I don't look ridiculous
in 25 years when I'm showing my kids, like, 'Here's what mommy wore'."
The news follows a cryptic Instagram post the 25-year-old shared back in January of a wedding dress sketch by Armani Prive.
All that could be seen was a drawing of a woman's head with blonde
hair, bearing a striking resemblance to Iggy, wearing a long veil and
Iggy also shared a few wedding details with U.S. chat show host James
Corden when she appeared on one of his popular TV Carpool Karaoke
segments last year (15).
"Are we going to push 'em up or let 'em rest?" the cheeky presenter
asked, referring to Iggy's breasts, which she had enlarged in 2014. "Let
'em rest," she replied, adding that shopping for wedding dresses was
"always hard when I have a big butt!"
She also revealed fellow singer Demi Lovato is set to be one of four bridesmaids at the nuptials.
Always a favorite for front page appearances, Drew Barrymore brings her charm to the May 2016 issue of Good Housekeeping magazine.
in a Rebecca Taylor dress paired with rings by Rebecca Minkoff &
Kenneth Jay Lane, the 41-year-old actress, author, mother and
entrepreneur opens up about why being CEO of Flower beauty is ‘pretty
gangster’, why girls can do anything, and making the choice to be happy.
Set to hit newsstands on April 19th, highlights from Miss Barrymore's interview include: On being a CEO and why girls can do anything:
“I always fantasized about having a desk job, because it seemed like
such a consistent life, and nothing about mine was grounded. And being a
CEO? I mean, it’s pretty gangster. I just really want to be part of a
team that makes business and creative decisions. I care so much about
messaging, and for me, my message has been completely consistent my
whole life. Girls can do anything. Girls should have fun. Life is an
all-ages party, and everyone’s invited.” On how there is a ‘warrior aspect to being happy’:
“I first loved Nan [longtime friend and producing partner Nancy Juvonen]
because she loved the word ‘happiness’ so much. But last year, I called
her with tears in my eyes, going, ‘Nan! I’ve finally figured it out!
It’s not the word “happiness” that’s so powerful. It’s the word
“choice”!’ Happiness is not this yellow, blithe, floating thing. It’s
something that takes a tremendous amount of work. There’s a warrior
aspect to being happy. You’ve got to fight for it. And only when you’ve
got that kind of earned happiness is it really good.” On BFF Cameron Diaz and why she would ‘lie down and die’ for her female friends:
“If you are in scary prison in the middle of nowhere, call Cameron.
She’ll get you out. If you’re looking for the best dinner-cooking
partner and watching- TV-on-the-couch friend, call her. If someone is in
a medical situation, call her! She’s the most loyal, fierce, fun, cozy
friend. We have incredible honesty with each other, and we work hard on
our lives and our friendship. My girlfriends are my first family, and
they know that I would lie down and die for them. My love for them is
unbreakable.” On how her daughters Olive, 3, and Frankie, 2 make her who she is:
“I thought I knew what love was, but holy cow, I did not. I could never
have imagined the kind of love I have for my children. I am who I am
because of my daughters. I’m an overachiever parent, and not because I
think I’m going to repeat the patterns of my parents. That’s not my fear
— I’ve already broken that pattern in my life. But having grown up in
the opposite way, I’m raising my children with all consistency, all
protection. This is my chance to get it right.” On her nonnegotiable family rule - No showbiz for her kids until they turn 18:
“I’d never let them become child actors. They’ll have a chastity belt, a
tracker system, no cell phones and we’ll live in the middle of
nowhere,” she jokes. “In reality, I’ll just lead by example by being
spirited, classy, consistent, philanthropic, hardworking, loyal to my
friends and there any second they might need me.”
On her healthy body image and why having ‘Pillsbury Doughboy abs’ is just fine with her:
“I’d love to have six-pack abs, but I’m genetically predisposed to
having Pillsbury Doughboy abs,” she laughs. “Six-pack abs are not a
priority for me, because that takes a lot of time.” On her style crush on Lady Gaga and why she “is our Bowie now”:
“Lady Gaga for me has carried the torch from the David Bowie’s of the
world like nobody else. Everything she does is extraordinary, and I
think if I had the biggest girl crush on earth it would be her. She is
our Bowie now, and it’s ironic that she was the one who did the tribute
to him [at the Grammy’s] and I see that kids are so inspired by her, and
that means everything. She has reached across the gamut and connected
people in their inspiration and enthusiasm, and the more powerful her
message gets, I think there’s no stopping her.” On how ‘anything goes’ with beauty:
“You can be as wild and crazy or as demure and sort of traditional.
There’s no mistakes to be made with makeup. You get a free pass always
with beauty because it’s an expression of your mood, whereas fashion can
cut your body in weird ways, makeup doesn’t do that. It’s just to play,
it’s just a moment, and you never really get in trouble for it.” On what beauty trend she’d like to see take hold next:
“What I want to see is an uncoiffed brow. We’ve had very large brows at
play and a lot of products driven towards catering to brows. I want to
see a wild brow, so a few outgrown, a few untamed in the lines. I don’t
think you have to have perfect manicured large brows.”
Treating her Mexican fans to some serious eye candy, Kelly Rohrbach is featured on the front page of the April 2016 issue of GQ Mexico magazine.
26-year-old model makes waves in her skimpy swimwear, making it hard to
believe that Leonardo DiCaprio didn’t snatch her up when he had the
Rohrbach has been garnering all kinds of attention in her relatively
short posing career, including the coveted “Rookie of the Year” title in
the 2016 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
She’s gearing up to become a first-time mom, and Behati Prinsloo definitely has a gorgeous glow on the front page of the April 2016 issue of Vogue Thailand.
the watchful lens of Russell James, the beautiful wife of Adam Levine
marvelously models a polka dot bikini ensemble from Italian design house
Dolce & Gabbana.
Prinsloo also dons offerings from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Gucci and
Loewe, all hand-picked by expert stylist Bobette Cohn.
Putting her ravishing good looks to work once again, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley just became the inaugural face of UGG Australia- and her new campaign is all kinds of wonderful.
Fall/Winter 2016 spread features the “Transformers: Dark of the Moon”
dame holding a sign made of flowers along with UGG’s Classic Boot.
a press release, Rosie gushed, “It’s an honor to be partnering with a
global brand that is loved as much as UGG. When I started modeling one
of the first things I ever purchased was a pair of Classic boots as
comfort to me is everything. The updated Classic offers the same
immediate comfort but now with an edgier, street style appeal that can
be worn indoors or out.”
Continuing her successful relationship with the French brand Chanel, Kristen Stewart is featured in the “Paris In Rome” ads from the Metiers d’Art collection.
“Twilight Saga: New Moon” actress told WWD that, as always, she had a
blast working with creative director Karl Lagerfeld on the new
gushed, “Karl never turns me into something I’m not. But like all good
directors, he is capable of bringing qualities out of people that are
sometimes not as obvious to them. Karl directs photo shoots and always
provides an environment for a story to unfold. And the way that occurs
is very natural. But always under his guidance, which is felt and
inspiring. It’s never labor intensive because that is against the nature
of spontaneous art.”
Her hit show “Game of Thrones” is slated to kick off Season Six on April 24th, and Emilia Clarke is ravishing on the front page of Glamour magazine’s May 2016 issue.
The “Me Before You” starlet discussed the impressive 40% female
viewership of her HBO program- “I love that so many women watch the
show. If you look at Game of Thrones on face value—blood, tits, dragons,
swearwords—you’re like, ‘Oh, this must be for guys.’ But if you take
that away, the story lines are fascinating depictions of the struggle
for power. And women are in on that conversation.”
Furthermore, Emilia shared how things would go if she was the one
writing the scripts- “I want to see Daenerys and her three dragons share
the throne. Eat goat they’ve barbecued. And bring back all the pretty
boys, get them to take their trousers down, and be like, ‘I’m now the
queen of everything! I’d like close-ups of all the boys’ penises,
There’s just no stopping Jessica Alba
from taking over the world, and her latest venture finds her fronting
the campaign for her new collection of DL1961 Premium Denim.
Honest Company honcho posted a series of snaps via Instagram with a few
models all wearing her offerings, along with the caption, “These are JA
for DL! Look at those cute booties.”
And of course, Jessica’s denim-clad derriere takes the cake, especially considering she’s a busy mother-of-two