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Spooky season is here once more, which means celebrities are ready to impress with their elaborate costumes.
Though Halloween festivities were largely put to a halt last year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, fans are eager to see what ensembles their favorite celebrities are conjuring up.
Some big stars have already brought out their A-game for costumes recently at parties — including at Doja Cat’s under-the-sea-themed birthday bash last week — or simply showing them off on Instagram for their fans.
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Doja Cat dressed as Princess Kida from the 2001 Disney animated film “Atlantis: The Lost Empire,” while Winnie Harlow and Karrueche Tran weren’t afraid to show a little skin in sea-themed gowns. Billie Eilish also made an appearance, wearing a lobster onesie.
Newly engaged couple Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker dressed up as Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen, a notorious couple with a tragic Hollywood love story.
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Unfortunately this year, some of the biggest celebrations are not taking place.
Supermodel Heidi Klum, dubbed the “Queen of Halloween,” will not be throwing her famous annual Halloween party this year. Klum also
After four years, Princess Mako finally tied the knot with her college sweetheart Kei Komuro, officially giving up her place in the Japanese royal family.
On Tuesday, Princess Mako, who is the niece of Emperor Naruhito, and Komuro married in a quiet ceremony, skipping any formal, traditional rites that usually accompany Japanese royal weddings. Instead, they registered their union at the local government.
The union officially marked Princess Mako’s formal exit from the Japanese imperial family. In Japan, princesses who marry commoners will lose their royal status and become a normal citizen upon marriage as stated by Imperial Household Law, a statute in Japanese law created in 1947.
In 2017, it was announced that Princess Mako and Komuro were engaged to be married. The original ceremony was scheduled for 2018, however, their union was delayed by three years due a financial dispute regarding the groom’s mother and her former fiancé, who reportedly helped finance Komuro’s education. The controversy made both the royal family and Japanese public quick to be skeptical of the marriage.
The princess’ dramatic departure from the royal family has led the media to draw comparisons to another former royal couple: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The couple announced they were leaving
“Dune” is getting the fashion treatment.
The new sci-fi film starring Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya is teaming with fashion label APL on a capsule collection. The collection includes three sneaker styles inspired by the desert colors seen in the film.
The three-piece collection is made up of the APL TechLoom Bliss Arrakis, a sandy-hued lace-free sneaker; the TechLoom Defender Atreides, a deep green high-top waterproof sneaker, and the Superfuture Harkonnen, a deep red high-top sneaker. The sneakers take inspiration from the warrior-like apparel and earthy hues seen in the film. The styles come in women’s and men’s sizes and range in price from $220 to $300 on the APL website.
Styles from the APL x “Dune” collection.
“Dune,” which hit theaters this past Friday, is one of the year’s most anticipated movies. Directed by Denis Villeneuve and based on the Frank Herbert novels, “Dune” follows a young man who travels to the most dangerous planet in the universe to protect his family. The film’s star-studded cast includes, Zendaya, Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin and others.
During the film’s press tour, stars Chalamet and Zendaya made waves with their multiple high-fashion looks. Zendaya, for one, gave a nod to the film’s sci-fi theme and
The 2021 CFDA Fashion Awards are approaching.
The event marks a return to an in-person format after the 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards were held online through the Council of Fashion Designers of America’s Runway360 platform.
This year’s ceremony will see a competitive list of contenders vying for some of the most coveted awards, including Gabriela Hearst, Thom Browne, Christopher John Rogers and Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen for The Row, among many more.
Honorary awards will also be given out this year, including the CFDA Fashion Icon Award, which will go to Zendaya for her bold and timeless style. This makes the actress the youngest recipient of the award in its history.
From the full list of nominees to who is hosting this year’s event, here’s everything you need to know about the 2021 CFDA Fashion Awards. Scroll on for more.
Where and when is the 2021 CFDA Fashion Awards?
The ceremony will be held at The Pool + The Grill, which is housed in the landmark Seagram Building on Park Avenue in New York City. The event will take place on Nov. 10.
Who is hosting the 2021 CFDA Fashion Awards?
It was announced on Tuesday that Emily Blunt will be hosting this year’s awards ceremony.
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Virgil Abloh is making another shoe for Nike.
On Monday, it was reported that Off-White was creating an iteration of the Air Force 1 Mid. Though little is known so far, the shoe will come in two colorways — white and black — and be released in the spring of 2022 at a price of $185.
The first image was released by an Instagram user who goes by the handle @die_sel666, an apparent sneaker enthusiast account that provides “first looks” at new and upcoming shoes.
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Abloh, Off-White’s chief executive officer, has collaborated with Nike numerous times to create shoes for his own fashion label and also for Louis Vuitton, as the artistic director for the men’s fashion.
The designer began by reinventing 10 models of Nike sneakers for his initial “The Ten” project in 2017, and has kept a steady pace of drops since. Nike and Off-White have also developed clothing, including custom outfits for tennis star Serena Williams.
In June, Abloh created new versions of Nike’s iconic Air Force 1 trainers developed in tandem with Louis Vuitton. The shoes, designed in 21 colorways, were unveiled as part of Abloh’s spring 2022
Ellen DeGeneres is ready to launch her beauty brand.
DeGeneres revealed the skin care brand, called Kind Science, on her talk show on Oct. 5, stating the brand will focus on age positivity while offering products that are “kind to animals, kind to skin, kind to the planet and kind to your wallet.” The brand is three years in the making.
Launching today, Kind Science offers seven products, including a cleanser, micro exfoliant, firming serum, hydration cream, eye cream, neck treatment and radiance oil. The products are blended with ingredients meant to be gentle on the skin, such as the cleanser that’s made with Kakadu plum, chamomile and Boswellia serrata, and the micro exfoliant that’s made with a fruit acid blend, volcanic sand and bamboo silk to brighten, polish and soften the skin.
The Kind Science firming serum includes plant-based ingredients that are said to support collagen growth and provide the same benefits as a retinol without irritating the skin.
DeGeneres’ beauty brand comes as the talk show host is ending the 19-season run of her talk show, “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” announcing in May that this would be her last season. The announcement came after DeGeneres came under fire with accusations of workplace
ColourPop Cosmetics is collaborating with Disney for a makeup collection.
In time for Halloween and ahead of the upcoming holiday season, the cosmetics company is releasing a collection inspired by one of the entertainment company’s most famous movies, “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”
The line will include a 12-color eye shadow palette, a jelly shadow trio, liquid liners, glitter gel, a blending sponge, individual face crystals and lux creme lipsticks.
The collaboration includes bright hues such as purple, orange, pink and glitter, and features the characters such as Jack, Sally, Zero and Oogie Boogie on its packaging.
The limited-edition collection will be available for purchase on the official ColourPop website on Oct. 28 at 10 a.m. PST and at Ulta on Oct. 31.
A closer look at ColourPop’s Nightmare Before Christmas collection.
“The Nightmare Before Christmas,” which was released in 1993 and directed by Tim Burton, tells the story of Jack, the King of Halloween Town, who stumbles upon Christmas Town and becomes fixated on celebrating the holiday.
Earlier this month, the cosmetics company also teamed with the National Basketball Association to create collections for six NBA teams: the Los Angeles Lakers, Boston Celtics, Miami Heat, Golden State Warriors, Dallas Mavericks and Chicago Bulls. Each collection featured colors