Awww! Look at how cute they are together! The firs images of the surprise newlyweds Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds taken just days after their top – secret wedding ceremony have surfaced. And they look all lovey – dovey and happy! Good for them, may their marriage be always like this!
Also, we can notice the rings on Blake’s finger. And my, are they impressive or what? I’m no specialist when it comes to jewelry myself, but maybe some of you out there are? The engagement rock is downright huge! Hit to jump to take a closer look!
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Posing scantily clad in her new 2013 calendar, here we see Miss Kelly Brook looking HAWT damn amazing. Two of the saucy images feature Kelly in a pair of teeny tiny One Teaspoon Denim Shorts. I, for one, am so appreciative for these shorts on her curvy frame.
We’re in London covering LFW, and we want you here with us! We’re livestreaming the Topshop Unique Spring 2013 show right here, right NOW so you can see all the looks as they happen, too. Click through to watch with us!
If you ever find yourself stuck in a style rut, playing with fun new color combinations is a great way to liven up your wardrobe. In this series, we feature unique and unexpected color combinations, then give you stylish outfit ideas so you can try out these color combos yourself. For more color-centric outfit ideas, be sure to check out our previous posts on combining Red + Pink, Mint + Mustard, Peach + Gray, Orange + Blue and Fuchsia + Teal.
Green and pink are two of the season’s hottest colors and for this post, we decided to combine them to create a unique color combination that’s perfect for fall. Olive green is popular right now thanks in part to the military-inspired trend and it looks spectacular when paired with a soft coral pink. Coral really helps to make an otherwise drab olive pop for a modern, fashion-forward look.
Yesterday, we were welcomed into Holly Fulton’s LA-esque, bubblegum hued, rose-sequinned world of wonder at the Mercer Street Studios in London’s Covent Garden.
With The Lovely Jonjo spinning on the decks to theme-appropriate tunes, models took to the crowded catwalk to show the highly anticipated collection.
Holly sourced inspiration from 60′s skateboarding legend Patti McGee, imaginary trips to LA and the work of Peter Blake as her floral emblem, tartan and sports luxe daywear protruded a multitude of influences. There were hints to aztec in her jewellery, and a mod insignia-feel logo playing a role throughout in bags and shirts.
After his gorgeous, geometric looks took the runway for Spring 2013, Naeem Khan paid a visit to the American Express Skybox to not only take some jabs at his foodie friend Todd English, but also to shed some light on his new line. Just minutes before we met up with Khan, the Indian-born designer presented an exquisite collection inspired by The Duchess of Windsor, exotic gardens, fiery skies, and the Arabian Sea. In the comfort of the Skybox, Khan mulled over his collection, what inspires him, and the world of fashion today.
Congratulations on an amazing collection! It was so beautiful and there’s so much to talk about! What was your inspiration?
The October / November issue of BlackBook Magazine is very Halloween appropriate! For all of you out there with a sweet tooth for Zac Efron, seeing him with pockets full of bunnies next to a hilarious “Zac Efron Is An Animal” cover tagline could make your day!
But it’s not just the bunnies, the owl and some other (please help me identify the other two) crawling animals! The inside pictorial, signed by Doug Inglish, looks way better than the cover (which, to be honest, seems the work of an amateur Photoshop montage) and even potentially funny.
Even if I’m not a Zac Efron fan, I enjoying surprising situations like this BlackBook Cover Story. Do you?
The Clothes: Henry Holland went all-out, unabashedly 90s–think overalls and belly shirts. Holland likes to take patterns and blow them up really big (see: last season’s houndstooth); this season he did “oversized shadow checks.” He’s also not afraid to apply a lot of color; purple metallic floral jacquard was interspersed with tie-dyed silk pieces. It was all very bright and clashy–this wasn’t 90s minimalism here, that’s for sure.
What the Line Sheets Said: “The House of Holland girl has developed an attitude problem. Inspirations: grunge, glamour and glory; the 90s–fashion’s forgotten decade.”
The Hair and Makeup: Very bronze faces with overly highlighted cheek bones. Hair was messy and randomly pinned in the back. Grunge-y, if you will.