Jennifer Lopez wore a bright dress and stuck close to husband Marc Anthony on the red carpet at last night's Hope For Children Gala in NYC. Demi Moore was without her other half, Ashton Kutcher, though he did twitter about being in the Big Apple earlier in the day. Ashton has been busy with rehearsals for Two and a Half Men, though he also made time to stop by the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday. John Legend looked dapper as usual as he made his way into yesterday evening's event at Cipriani. Jennifer also brought her sister Lynda along for the charitable soiree and from there the international star is headed to Europe for more promotional duties on behalf of her album. Now that American Idol is done for the season, Jennifer can focus on her other ventures from her fragrances to her music as well as the Latin singing competition, Q'Viva the Chosen, that she and Marc are working on.
Selita Ebanks must know how stylish bobs can be, and they also have much to offer in terms of versatility. The model started wearing her typically long coiffure in a chin-length bob hairstyle late last year. And over the course of the past few months, Selita's definitely proven just how many different looks one can get from this classic crop. See more now.
In developing its new promotional approach, Carol's Daughter took a look at the latest US Census data, which reveal that more people are checking the "other" box (or multiple boxes) when it comes to race. To reflect the diversity of the population, the beauty brand has launched a polyethnic campaign. "When I say polyethnic, I mean women who are made up of several ethnicities," the brand's Steve Stoute told WWD. "If you ask them what they are, they're going to use a lot of different words to describe themselves."
The new campaign will feature Selita Ebanks, who is of African, Indian, Irish, and Jamaican heritage; Solange Knowles, who is of African-American and French Creole descent; and Cassie, who is of Filipina and black ancestry. "Today, people are blended, and I think the three of us are a prime example," Selita explained. "Women in my family range from vanilla to the deepest chocolate."
Expect to see the models' ads out in June, along with a complete repackaging of the line rolling out by next year. Also, Mary J. Blige, who enjoyed much success with her Carol's Daughter-aligned My Life fragrance, is set to follow up with a flanker scent, My Life Blossom, slated for an August release.
Five lucky ladies topped Ask Men's list of 2011's Most Desirable Women today, with Miranda Kerr, Selita Ebanks, Sofia Vergara, and Mila Kunis paving the way for title-winner Blake Lively. The site is one of many men's outlets that compiles annual rankings, but this year's effort seems to feature a group outside the usual suspects. Ask Men included a variety of types of women that guys find attractive, which includes a handful of geeky girls. Take a look at the top five and tell us — do you agree with Ask Men's list?
Whether it's a new bob or the addition of red highlights, celebrities are known for changing up their hairstyles with great frequency. If you had the time — not to mention the cash — how often do you think you'd switch up your coiffure? Tell us in the comments below, and be sure to vote on these five stars' new looks right now.
It's officially 2011, and stylish celebs were out in full force over the weekend to celebrate the New Year. Fab favorites like Rashida Jones, Whitney Port, and Jessica Szohr turned it out in sequins, fringe, and sky-high heels — and the always risk-taking Fergie went showgirl-chic in a pretty amazing asymmetrical gown. Click through to check out all the party girls and their fab New Year's getups.
Ever since Veronica Lake made sexy, come-hither waves popular back in the 1940s, celebrities everywhere have been emulating her style. But in the past few weeks alone, it appears everything old is new again, as we've seen a resurgence of the sexy look with stars like Kate Hudson, Selita Ebanks, and Mena Suvari wearing their own interpretations of the classic combination. To get the style yourself, be sure to check out my tips on how to wear a crimson lip and how to get retro waves. Will you wear this always-in-style trend, or is it too old-school for your liking?
Just in time for the holidays, celebrities are showing up in gold shimmer shadow. But unlike the chunky gold glitter and foiled metallic looks from years past, in the past few days, stars like Selita Ebanks, Keri Hilson, and Emma Roberts have been using soft, shimmering gold on the inner corners of their eyes, usually paired with a darker fawn shadow for their lids. It's a combination that looks beautiful with brown eyes, but also brightens up blue and green peepers nicely. It's not in-your-face festive as eye makeup goes, but would you still like to give this look a try?
>> Victoria's Secret models are all over fashion editorials and campaigns these days — Models.com suspects Candice Swanepoel might be next to cross over — and no wonder, with 10 and Harper's Bazaar editor Sophia Neophitou as show stylist. As Neophitou told Style.com of casting the show: “It’s such an editorial level . . . We looked at girls we love to shoot editorially; that’s what great. I think there’s a perception before you get here of what will work. But the reality is, it’s about the girl, it’s about the woman, what she brings as a human being to it, rather than has she got a size 34C cup. No, it’s not about that at all. That’s what they’ve got the miracle bras for.”
Brazilians were heavily favored as usual this year, with Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Isabeli Fontana, Izabel Goulart, Flavia Oliveira, Lais Ribeiro, Fabiana Semprebom, Emanuela de Paula, Gracie Carvalho, and Martha Streck all representing; 10 Brazilians out of the 33 total models. Check them out, plus Jessica Stam, Lily Donaldson, and more — at the show's after-party at Lavo last night.
The 2010 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Unveiled — Karolina Kurkova, Jessica Stam, and Lily Donaldson Work It
>> Anne Vyalitsyna peeked out in a pink robe and waved at the crowd gathering at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York, where the 2010 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show was taped this evening in front of an audience that included Carine Roitfeld, Giovanna Battaglia, Alexander Wang, Zac Posen and his boyfriend Christopher Niquet, Kate Lanphear, and Julia Restoin Roitfeld. Then, an announcer came on, asking that cell phones be stowed: "Frankly, if you need to use those devices at a show like this, you've got other problems."
Lais Ribeiro, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Lily Donaldson, and Heloise Guerin all walked for Victoria's Secret for the first time today, but it was Angel Adriana Lima who opened the show, riding a twirling carousel to make her debut in the first, "Tough Love"-themed segment (She and Karolina Kurkova both made their return after skipping last year's show while pregnant.). It was the first of many minor obstacles the 33 models had to maneuver through during the show, all while smiling and waving to the crowd. In the sporty "Game On" segment, while twirling her ribbon stick, Izabel Goulart, got the ribbon stuck around her neck and had to untangle herself; Candice Swanepoel estimated her "Heavenly Bodies" wings weighed half of her body weight — "It’s like driving a car because they’re so far away from my body. I have to turn them before I turn my body. It’s an honor to get them. I told my trainer, ‘You better prepare me for this! We’ve been doing some extra push ups!’”; Anja Rubik, too, had expansive wings in the "Heavenly Bodies" — turning at the end of the runway with all those streamers deserved applause in itself; and in the final, "Pink Planet" segment, mylar balloon rained the runway from above, causing Maryna Linchuk and Jacquelyn Jablonski to have to kick them out of the way to get down the runway.
But there was plenty of fun to be had — Isabeli Fontana, who closed out the "Game On" segment, hammed it up for the cameras with her dumbbell prop, and Lily Aldridge had the support of her fiance Caleb Followill and the rest of Kings of Leon, front row. In the next section over, Anne V's boyfriend Adam Levine and the rest of Maroon 5 gave her a standing ovation as she made her first runway appearance — which Anne rewarded with a blown kiss.
Akon and Katy Perry both performed — him appropriately singing "Angel," and her singing "Teenage Dream" for the younger, Victoria's Secret Pink-themed segment. And Chanel Iman closed the show in bubble wings with a bubble-squirting gun. The final cut airs Nov. 30 on CBS.