Millie Bobby Brown is the new face of Moncler

Actress Millie Bobby Brown is stepping up her fashion resume by becoming the new face of Italian lifestyle label Moncler. The Stranger Things star took to Instagram to break the news to fans as she shared a shot of herself wearing a puffer coat dress …

Actress Millie Bobby Brown is stepping up her fashion resume by becoming the new face of Italian lifestyle label Moncler.

The Stranger Things star took to Instagram to break the news to fans as she shared a shot of herself wearing a puffer coat dress created by brand designer Simone Rocha back in February (18), when she attended the Moncler Genius show during Milan Fashion Week.

“Happy to be part of Moncler’s family #monclerfriends #monclerpartner,” she captioned the image.

The 14-year-old didn’t offer up any further information about the new gig, but it won’t be her first high-profile fashion campaign – last year (17), she fronted the bold promos for Calvin Klein by Appointment, the company’s made-to-measure line, by posing in a colourful beaded burgundy, yellow, and red top, which was matched with red pants..

She has since also featured in the Our Family. #MyCalvins series, for which she was joined by model/actress Paris Jackson and Calvin Klein regular Lulu Tenney.

The young stars sported red, white, and blue for the campaign, with Millie wearing an all-white shirt and pants, Tenney donning red jeans and a matching denim jacket, and Michael Jackson’s daughter opting for blue jeans and a white Calvin Klein sports bra.

Millie has continued to rep Calvin Klein on the red carpet, more recently attending the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards in March (18) wearing a custom denim shirt paying tribute to those killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting massacre in Parkland, Florida in February (18). The top featured the words ‘March for Our Lives,’ the title of the students’ gun control protest, and the names of each victim embroidered in white on the back.

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Kardashian sisters cut ties with longtime make-up artist – report

Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian have reportedly cut ties with make-up artist Joyce Bonelli.The reality TV personalities have worked with the beauty expert for over a decade, with Joyce even making appearances on their programme Keeping Up with the K…

Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian have reportedly cut ties with make-up artist Joyce Bonelli.

The reality TV personalities have worked with the beauty expert for over a decade, with Joyce even making appearances on their programme Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

However, an insider has now told Us Weekly that Joyce and the Kardashian sisters have parted ways.

“The family doesn’t speak to her anymore. She hasn’t worked for them for months,” the source said, adding that the decision was amicable. “They just stopped working with her because they didn’t see it as a right fit anymore.”

Joyce has not yet commented on the report. However, she recently announced that she was launching her own line of beauty products, to be known as Joyce Bonelli Cosmetiques, with some speculating a conflict of interest between the venture and Kim and half-sister Kylie Jenner’s own make-up lines as the reason behind the alleged rift.

The Kardashian sisters, Kylie and her sister Kendall Jenner no longer follow Joyce on social media.

Though it appears there are no hard feelings between the make-up maven and her former clients as she sent Khloe birthday wishes on Wednesday (27Jun18).

“Ma·tri·arch of lifeeee HAPPY BIRTHDAY !! @khloekardashian HOTTEST BIRTHDAY BOOTY ALIVE always got your back especially (with) that glitterrrr. IF**KINGLOVEYOU (sic),” she captioned a snap of her applying glitter to the 34-year-old on her Instagram page.

In addition, Joyce also posted a photo of Kim’s five-year-old daughter North West and an image of her posing with Kylie earlier this month.

Previously, the make-up pro spoke about her friendship with the Kardashian-Jenners in an interview with Pret-a-Reporter and described them as being “like my sisters”.

“I’ve been with the girls for so long and we’ve been through so much,” she said in June 2017. “We text every other day and we talk about everything. Even if I’m working with a different client we’re always talking and FaceTiming – we talk about kids, we talk about the fun, scandalous stuff.”

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Gwyneth Paltrow teams with Lilly Pulitzer on Goop line

Gwyneth Paltrow has co-designed a five-piece collection with Lilly Pulitzer for Goop.Goop, Gwyneth’s lifestyle company, is no stranger to teaming up with big-name brands, working with Christian Louboutin, Stella McCartney and Nicole Richie’s House of H…

Gwyneth Paltrow has co-designed a five-piece collection with Lilly Pulitzer for Goop.

Goop, Gwyneth’s lifestyle company, is no stranger to teaming up with big-name brands, working with Christian Louboutin, Stella McCartney and Nicole Richie’s House of Harlow 1960 in the past.

Now, American brand Lilly Pulitzer is getting the Goop treatment.

“I felt so inspired looking through Slim Aarons’ photos of these glamorous, elegant women dressed in Lilly Pulitzer. The opportunity to reinvent the aesthetic has been a lot of fun,” Gwyneth said in a statement, referencing photographer Slim’s images of Rockefeller and Vanderbilt women wearing Lilly Pulitzer.

Working with Mira Fain, Lilly Pulitzer’s executive vice president of product design and development, Gwyneth came up with the Kiss Kiss print, a swirly pink and white design, which features across all five pieces, including the Paltrow Blouse, Gwyneth Stretch Shift Dress, Lilly Maxi Skirt, Palm Beach Silk Maxi Dress and the Palm Beach Tote.

“This was an exciting and fun creative collaboration. We were delighted to work with Gwyneth Paltrow and the talented Goop team and bring to life a capsule collection that highlights the best of both brands” Mira said. “While designing the collection, we were thrilled to hear Gwyneth share her memories of wearing Lilly Pulitzer during the summer visits to The Hamptons.”

Prices range from $398 (£303) for the silk maxi to $88 (£67) for the tote.

The Goop x Lilly Pulitzer collection is available online, at Goop’s Sag Harbor pop-up in The Hamptons, New York, and in Lilly Pulitzer stores across America.

Lilly Pulitzer, Inc. was founded by late socialite and designer Lillian Pulitzer Rousseau in 1959.

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Chrissy Teigen’s daughter gives her feedback on fragrance

Chrissy Teigen’s young daughter helped her choose the fragrance for her upcoming beauty line.The Lip Sync Battle co-host and her singer husband John Legend are parents to two children, two-year-old daughter Luna and son Miles, who was born in May (18)….

Chrissy Teigen’s young daughter helped her choose the fragrance for her upcoming beauty line.

The Lip Sync Battle co-host and her singer husband John Legend are parents to two children, two-year-old daughter Luna and son Miles, who was born in May (18).

In addition to juggling parenting duties with her various other projects, Chrissy is gearing up to unveil a new capsule collection with U.S. make-up brand Becca Cosmetics and has shared that little Luna helped her to choose the signature scent for the line.

“(Luna is) very into smell, she likes really fresh, clean scents,” she told WWD. “So was John, too. They’re two peas in a pod in every single way. The (scent) that they both loved is the one we ended up going with.”

Chrissy’s second range in collaboration with Becca will be known as the Endless Summer Glow Collection. Products will include a bronzer, highlighter, body oil and Glow Gloss shades, with the star explaining the colours and formulas were inspired by a recent stay in Malibu.

“We rented a house out there right on the beach and it’s pretty different vibes for us,” the 32-year-old shared. “We’re usually city people, so being out there, I was inspired to have something really beachy, really glowy, something that would have a little bit of effortlessness to it because obviously, as you can hear, I have babies and dogs and anything that makes me feel a little bit sexier is good in my book.”

Chrissy’s Endless Summer Glow Collection will be priced from $22 – $42 (£16 – £32) with products set to hit stores and e-commerce sites on 3 August.

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Selena Gomez fronts third campaign for Coach

Selena Gomez has been tapped to front her third campaign for Coach.The actress and singer starred in her first advertisement for the label in 2017 and also released a collection of limited-edition handbags, called the Selena Grace collection. Now, Sel…

Selena Gomez has been tapped to front her third campaign for Coach.

The actress and singer starred in her first advertisement for the label in 2017 and also released a collection of limited-edition handbags, called the Selena Grace collection.

Now, Selena is promoting Coach’s Dreamer purse, with newly unveiled photos from the upcoming campaign depicting her holding the design while standing in front of a vintage car in the middle of New York.

The bag in question features the fashion house’s signature print, embroidery and leather detailing as part of a brand-new silhouette.

Fellow brand ambassadors including Japanese model and actress Kiko Mizuhara, Chinese actress Guan Xiaotong and Chinese actor Timmy Xu appear in similar images, which are intended to represent the city’s melting pot of cultures.

“I love the way that we have pushed the Coach gang further this season to be more unique, diverse and just overall cool in their attitude,” executive creative director Stuart Vevers said in an interview with WWD. “It’s how I see people here in New York enjoying wearing clothes and just feels really relevant to me.”

The campaign launches on Monday (02Jul18) via both Selena and Coach’s social media channels.

And the 25-year-old, who has acted as brand ambassador since 2016, announced earlier this year that she would also be teaming up with Coach to design a limited-edition clothing collection which will include a range of outerwear and ready-to-wear as well as handbags, small leather goods and other accessories.

“I am so excited to be working with Coach again,” the It Ain’t Me hitmaker said in a statement. “Getting to create my own collection with Stuart has been such a fun process, and I can’t wait for everyone to see what we have been working on over the past several months.”

The Coach x Selena range is scheduled to debut this fall.

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Tessa Thompson wants to appear in more fashion campaigns

Tessa Thompson is determined to front more fashion and beauty campaigns in the near future.After appearing in films such as Selma, Creed and Thor: Ragnarok, as well as taking on the role of Charlotte Hale in sci-fi TV series Westworld, the actress has …

Tessa Thompson is determined to front more fashion and beauty campaigns in the near future.

After appearing in films such as Selma, Creed and Thor: Ragnarok, as well as taking on the role of Charlotte Hale in sci-fi TV series Westworld, the actress has cemented her status as one of the hottest names in Hollywood.

Tessa appeared in Rodarte’s fall 2018 lookbook alongside artist Grimes and Kirsten Dunst too, with the experience making her hungry for more modelling work.

“(Fashion and beauty) campaigns allow you freedom,” she told PorterEdit. “For a lot of actresses, it’s the way that they make most of their money. And if you are a black woman, occupying that space and having that sort of visibility, internationally, is huge. There’s this idea that our faces don’t sell and so when we do get those campaigns, they show people that they do.”

In addition to posing for Rodarte, Tessa has sported outfits from designers like Thom Browne, Rosie Assoulin and Fendi.

And she is adamant that a sideline in fashion won’t diminish her acting work.

“It’s really easy to write off these spaces as being frivolous. But I don’t think they are, actually. I think they’re significant,” the 34-year-old insisted.

In the accompanying photoshoot for PorterEdit, Tessa was photographed by Nagi Sakai and styled by Catherine Newell-Hanson in garments from Richard Quinn, Balmain, Christopher Kane and Maison Margiela.

During the chat, the brunette star also described how she used to get mistaken for a boy growing up and explained how clothing has always played a big part in her identity.

“I’ve always been conscious of the ways in which identity is a creation. I could tuck all my hair up into a cap, and suddenly people would treat me differently because they’d assume I was a boy. I think maybe that’s what attracted me to acting. I would look at people and wonder how they made themselves,” she added.

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Kylie Jenner can apply lip liner with her eyes closed

Kylie Jenner is so used to using lip liner that she can apply it with her eyes closed.The reality TV personality went into partnership with cosmetics manufacturer Seed Beauty in 2014 and launched her successful line of Lip Kits the following year, with…

Kylie Jenner is so used to using lip liner that she can apply it with her eyes closed.

The reality TV personality went into partnership with cosmetics manufacturer Seed Beauty in 2014 and launched her successful line of Lip Kits the following year, with the first range selling out in seconds.

A pillowy pout continues to be a big part of Kylie’s daily look and she has now demonstrated how she lines her lips in a beauty tutorial video for Vogue.com.

“I think I can do it with my eyes closed,” she said in the clip, before shutting her eyes and proceeding to line her lips with a rose-coloured pencil.

Once she adeptly applied her liner, Kylie added a coat of matching matte liquid lipstick from her line and recalled how excited she was when she first ventured out into the world of beauty.

“When I was insecure about my lips, I turned to make-up to help me feel more confident… I had Kylie Lip Kit trademarked like two years before it even launched. I saw Kendall (Jenner, sister) modelling all over the world and that was always her dream. Then, finally (I found) something that was mine and I loved. (It was) the best feeling in the world.”

In the video, Kylie also ran through how she does a full face of make-up. She started by moisturising her face and applying a lip balm before brushing up her eyebrows and filling them in with a dark brown pencil. Next, the brunette beauty applied her eyeshadow, using shades from her Kyshadow palettes, prior to adding any other cosmetics in order to avoid any of the product getting mixed into her foundation.

Kylie proceeded to mix a few drops of liquid luminiser into her Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation and apply it with a brush before setting it with a dusting of Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Colour SPF and a Brightening Powder from her sister Kim Kardashian’s KKW Beauty line.

“Me and Kim do not compete,” the 20-year-old insisted. “A lot of people think we might, but we really like making completely different products and both enjoy each other’s stuff. The more make-up the better.”

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star then swiped bronzer along her forehead, cheekbones and jawline before “baking” on a layer of powder on her lower cheeks.

Next, after “drowning herself in blush,” she blended in any remaining powders and applied black mascara to her top lashes and brown to her bottom and concluded by spritzing her entire face with setting spray.

During the chat, Kylie also shared that her mother Kris Jenner always encouraged her to experiment with beauty products, but she is not quite sure when she will allow her four-month-old daughter Stormi, who she shares with boyfriend Travis Scott, to wear make-up.

“I haven’t thought about letting Stormi wear make-up. I mean I’m gonna let her wear make-up, but when is the question,” she smiled.

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Why Nicole Richie took House of Harlow 1960 online

Nicole Richie teamed up with online retailer Revolve because the Internet is where her target audience prefers to shop.Nicole launched House of Harlow 1960 a decade ago. The label started out as a jewellery brand but it has now evolved to include ready…

Nicole Richie teamed up with online retailer Revolve because the Internet is where her target audience prefers to shop.

Nicole launched House of Harlow 1960 a decade ago. The label started out as a jewellery brand but it has now evolved to include ready-to-wear, with the clothes sold exclusively in collaboration with Revolve.

Fans originally were able to snap up items in department stores, but Nicole, who has children Harlow and Sparrow with husband Joel Madden, decided to move everything online to fit in with her customers’ shopping habits.

“This business has changed. The world has changed over the past 10 years, which is how long I’ve been in this. For me, this was a pretty simple decision because that’s where my customer is,” she told Forbes. “You have to know where your customers are. And online is where they are.”

As well as focusing her attention on where House of Harlow shoppers like to browse and buy, the 36-year-old is also very aware of making sure her brand stays true to its roots.

Nicole explained to Forbes how important it is not to be influenced by other labels.

“In this industry, you constantly have to fight for your signature and your DNA in your brand. It is so easy to get lost in other people’s versions of what your brand should look like,” she shared. “It’s like constantly exercising and being almost aggressive in protecting your brand so that anyone can look at a piece that you have designed and say, ‘Okay, I know who created that.'”

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Shailene Woodley nearly starved on strict Adrift diet

Actress Shailene Woodley ate no more than 350 calories per day while shooting her new survival drama Adrift.The star shot much of the movie at sea and admits the filming experience was tough on her body, because her seasickness was amplified by her sho…

Actress Shailene Woodley ate no more than 350 calories per day while shooting her new survival drama Adrift.

The star shot much of the movie at sea and admits the filming experience was tough on her body, because her seasickness was amplified by her shockingly low-fat diet.

“I can’t sleep when I’m hungry, so I would have a glass of wine (every night) to basically pass the f**k out,” she tells U.K. newspaper The Times. “For the last two weeks (of the shoot) I had a can of salmon, some steamed broccoli and two egg yolks every day.”

Shailene plays Tami Oldham in the true life story of her 41-day survival at sea in 1983 with then-fiance Richard Sharp, portrayed by Sam Claflin, and reveals she leaned heavily on her co-star to cope with the challenges of the intense film shoot.

“I don’t know that I could do it without Sam,” she confessed. “We both really were there for one another in our moments of extreme exhaustion and hunger.”

Woodley previously revealed she and Claflin bonded with the rest of the Adrift crew as filming became a physical hardship, admitting many scenes didn’t require an awful lot of acting: “What the audience sees in that scene (when a hurricane is approaching) is a look of nervousness, but it’s really Sam and I trying not puke when the cameras are rolling,” she told USA Today. “It’s like, ‘Keep it together’. That’s pure anxiety.”

“When you’re stuck on a boat with 15 people every single day, you’re all dealing with things like the toilets breaking and everyone just having to jump in the ocean to use the bathroom,” Shailene added. “There’s a lot of discomfort, there’s a lot of bodily smells. And a lot of humour. That’s the glue that keeps everyone together.”

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John Legend wine brand name contains hidden message

John Legend hopes to make a positive impact on fans’ lives by spreading the hidden message contained in his LVE wine brand.The singer has released a rose created with grapes from the South of France – the fourth wine developed with sommelier Jean-Charl…

John Legend hopes to make a positive impact on fans’ lives by spreading the hidden message contained in his LVE wine brand.

The singer has released a rose created with grapes from the South of France – the fourth wine developed with sommelier Jean-Charles Boisset – and although satisfying tastebuds is of huge importance to the star, the Glory hitmaker also wants drinkers to taste love in every sip.

Revealing the LVE label name, which stands for Legend Vineyard Exclusive, is more than a basic abbreviation, John explains to The New York Times: “(The name of the brand) was always kind of suggestive of love, even though it doesn’t spell it out explicitly.”

Each bottle of Legend’s new rose has a price tag of $25 (£19) and the Jesus Christ Superstar actor is happy it’s affordable and therefore accessible to many people.

“Wine has a kind of connection to luxury, and if you can make it in a price range that’s available to a lot of people, they want to access it,” he explains, insisting the quality is still very high, despite the reasonable price.

“It was a big coup for us to get the grapes that we got from that area,” he shares.

John’s partner, Jean-Charles, reveals the LVE wine brand collaboration came about rather organically over a casual meeting in California’s Napa Valley wine country, during which Legend played piano.

“He played the piano, and we went back and forth between there (the tasting room) and the blending room,” Boisset recalls. “He was really into it, so I said, ‘Why not? Let’s do it’.”

Jean-Charles and his team are skeptical about working with famous people on wine collaborations, but he knew John would be a good fit due to his extensive knowledge.

“Typically we say no to any celebrity client,” he says. “Typically, they’re not as intensely into wine, not as dedicated to wine and winemaking (as John is).”

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