Naomi Campbell and Bella Hadid front Calvin Klein Underwear campaign

Naomi Campbell and Bella Hadid have stripped off for Calvin Klein Underwear’s latest campaign.The top models pose in the American label’s new underwear offerings for the fall 2019 marketing imagery, with the shots taken by photographer Daniel Jackson. …

Naomi Campbell and Bella Hadid have stripped off for Calvin Klein Underwear’s latest campaign.

The top models pose in the American label’s new underwear offerings for the fall 2019 marketing imagery, with the shots taken by photographer Daniel Jackson.

Labelled #MYCALVINS IRL (in real life), the pictures show Naomi and Bella in both filtered photos from a photoshoot and more relaxed snaps lensed at home.

“The fall 2019 Calvin Klein Underwear campaign, #MYCALVINS IRL – In Real Life – celebrates two totally different perspectives of what sexy looks like,” a Calvin Klein spokesperson explained of the concept. “The result blurs the line between the public image and private realities of our unapologetic cast and asks the question, how do you do sexy? Perfectly filtered or IRL raw?”

Other celebrities to feature in the campaign include DJ/producer Diplo, actor Jacob Elordi, NFL star Odell Beckham, Jr., actress Jelly Lin, musicians Beth Ditto and Lay Zhang, as well as models Matthew Noszka and Cara Taylor.

One half of Diplo’s image shows him standing with a serious gaze as he models a pair of boxer briefs, while the other half depicts him demonstrating a yoga pose. Euphoria star Jacob is also shown appearing to remove his sweatpants in his candid image, and Ditto models a black lacy bra as she reclines on a grey sofa.

The stars also front an accompanying campaign video directed by Bardia Zeinali.

“The #MYCALVINS IRL campaign brings a unique point of view on sexy by capturing both the posed and stripped-back sides,” they added. “The campaign brings to life the playful and pure perspective of sexy; one that encourages self-expression and underscores the idea that sexy is a state of mind.”

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Taylor Swift continues with pastel streak at 2019 Billboard Music Awards

Taylor Swift has continued with her pastel streak by wearing a lilac dress to the 2019 Billboard Music Awards.Almost a week after dropping her new single ME!, the singer made a splash on the red carpet at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Wedn…

Taylor Swift has continued with her pastel streak by wearing a lilac dress to the 2019 Billboard Music Awards.

Almost a week after dropping her new single ME!, the singer made a splash on the red carpet at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Wednesday night (01May19) when she stepped out in a light purple skater-style minidress from Raisa & Vanessa.

Taylor accessorised with matching high heels from Casadei, and a star-studded ear cuff, while her make-up artist Lorrie Turk completed the look by giving her a sweep of lavender-coloured eyeshadow on her lids and slick of rose-pink lipstick.

With her upcoming seventh studio album, Taylor has recently adopted a new pastel-shaded aesthetic, having been spotted out and about in New York City with pink dip-dyed hair and floral-printed dresses, while she also helped to design the peach and yellow-coloured J. Mendel gown that she wore to the recent Time 100 Gala.

In addition, the superstar has been curating her Instagram page to reflect her new theme, with the account now featuring close-up images of pink sequin fabric, a light blue bicycle, heart-shaped jewellery, pastel tiles, and pink and yellow handbags.

Other celebrities to make sartorial statements at the Billboard Music Awards included Cardi B, who rocked a canary yellow skirt and top from Moschino, and Diplo, who opted for a purple and gold cowboy-inspired suit.

Ciara wowed in a black dress with flowing train from Stephane Rolland, actress Olivia Wilde dazzled in a gold Ralph Lauren number, and Jennifer Hudson opted for a brown Area Suit with crystal detailing, which she matched with Stuart Weitzman shoes and The Residency earrings.

Sophie Turner, who wed fiance Joe Jonas following the ceremony, sported head-to-toe Louis Vuitton, while her sister-in-law Priyanka Chopra looked stunning in a white Zuhair Murad Couture ensemble.

Elsewhere, Halsey turned heads in a blue satin and black lace dress, which she matched with dramatic make-up and purple lipstick, and rapper Yung Miami rocked a neon green tulle dress from Oyemwen and bright yellow Christian Louboutin pumps.

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Post Malone chops off dreads

Post Malone has swapped his long hair for a cropped, curly do.The 23-year-old rapper has been in the headlines for his run of bad luck in recent months, which includes a car crash and a terrifying emergency landing, when two tyres exploded on a plane h…

Post Malone has swapped his long hair for a cropped, curly do.

The 23-year-old rapper has been in the headlines for his run of bad luck in recent months, which includes a car crash and a terrifying emergency landing, when two tyres exploded on a plane he was flying on.

He’s now hoping to leave all that behind as he debuted a fresh look on Twitter and Instagram.

“had 2 big a*s dreads. Plz (sic) don’t stop listening to my music,” he captioned selfie of himself smoking.

The heavily-tattooed star, who has numerous inkings across his face and neck, further showed off his short hairstyle in two more snaps uploaded to Instagram, crediting Adam DeGross as the photographer.

And it seems the fresh cut has divided fans, with some lapping up the new look, while others are still unsure.

“His hair there’s nobody cuter than Post Malone, I can confirm that,” one claimed, while another Twitter user wrote: “ALL THE POWER WAS IN THE HAIR still luv you and wanna go to (restaurant) papadeaux (sic) with you.”

And Diplo also joked: “Going to sell all my Post Malone CDs on eBay now.”

Malone recently opened up about his massive collection of body art, and admitted he initially decided to get inked in a bid to prove he tougher than Justin Bieber.

“We were working on (my debut album) Stoney, and then we had a tattoo artist came through, and I was like, ‘You know what? Justin Bieber’s got some tatts, and I love you, but I know I’m way tougher than you,'” he recalled to Jimmy Fallon. “I was always so scared to get one and then I got one.”

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Diplo and Ansel Elgort invest in new matcha energy drink

Dance star Diplo and actor/DJ Ansel Elgort have joined rapper Drake by becoming investors in a new matcha energy drink. Rising singer Billie Eilish and American football star Von Miller have also contributed to the successful $8 million (£6 million) …

Dance star Diplo and actor/DJ Ansel Elgort have joined rapper Drake by becoming investors in a new matcha energy drink.

Rising singer Billie Eilish and American football star Von Miller have also contributed to the successful $8 million (£6 million) fundraising campaign launched by brothers Max and Graham Fortgang, the co-founders of MatchaBar in Brooklyn, New York – America’s first matcha cafe.

The entrepreneurial siblings, who have since opened three other MatchaBar locations, are now aiming to break into the highly-profitable energy drink market with their new canned creation, called Matcha Hustle. The product uses the trendy ground powder from green tea leaves to give consumers a caffeine kick, which is said to be just as powerful as popular drink Red Bull, but without all the added chemicals.

“As someone who is constantly on the road and in the studio, I am excited to bring matcha into the world of music and nightlife,” Diplo tells Forbes.com. “I relate to the clean, healthy ingredients that MatchaBar brings forth to the energy drink sector.”

The Lean On hitmaker also features in the Fortgangs’ new advertisement for Hustle, alongside Elgort, Eilish, and Miller, who each help to tell the story of MatchaBar’s rise and what led the brothers to create the energy drink, which comes in both regular and non-sugar flavours.

“We all work hard. But then we get tired,” explains Ansel, who appears onscreen shirtless while eating cereal. “So, we grab an energy drink. But then a few hours later, we feel like s**t because they’re full of chemicals and sugar. My friends Max and Graham thought it didn’t have to be that way.”

Hustle has now gone on sale at U.S. retailer Whole Foods, with the co-founders also unveiling a social media promotion to enable their first 20,000 customers to gift a can to a friend via the grocery store.

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