Rosie Huntington-Whiteley swears by intermittent fasting

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley maintains her figure by intermittent fasting. The British supermodel, who splits her time between London and Los Angeles, has now revealed that she tries to eat nothing between 6pm and 8am the following morning. “I eat all …

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley maintains her figure by intermittent fasting.

The British supermodel, who splits her time between London and Los Angeles, has now revealed that she tries to eat nothing between 6pm and 8am the following morning.

“I eat all my food in an eight to 10-hour window, I’ll have a matcha latte with oat milk at 8am – that’s the most L.A. thing about me,” she told The Sunday Times’ Style magazine. “Then I try to finish eating between 4pm and 6pm it gives my body time to digest everything.”

However, Rosie insisted that she is “flexible” with the plan and if she goes out for dinner one evening, she will start eating later the following morning.

Elsewhere in the interview, the blonde beauty confessed it took her a long time to lose weight after giving birth to her son Jack, her child with partner Jason Statham, in 2017, and she hasn’t fully returned to her original shape, while her hair and skin were also affected by becoming a mother.

“It took a long time to get back into shape after I had Jack. Things don’t sit where they used to, but I’ve come to terms with it,” the 32-year-old shared. “I’ve never had perfect skin, but during my pregnancy it was fantastic. Once Jack was born the spots returned.

“My (hair) texture and colour aren’t the same. I can’t get it back to the right blonde. It stays for about three weeks and then washes out. I’ve still got broken bits on the side that won’t grow back, which has been upsetting.”

The interview comes shortly after it was announced Rosie had developed a red-brown shade named You Make Me for Hourglass Cosmetics’ Confession Ultra Slim High Intensity Refillable Lipstick range. The model, who was named the brand’s first-ever celebrity ambassador earlier this month, is also fronting the campaign for their new Vanish Airbrush Concealer.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley creates lipstick shade for Hourglass Cosmetics

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has created her very own lipstick shade for Hourglass Cosmetics.The British model has collaborated with the team at the beauty company on several projects for her Rose Inc. website in recent months, and earlier in January, was…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has created her very own lipstick shade for Hourglass Cosmetics.

The British model has collaborated with the team at the beauty company on several projects for her Rose Inc. website in recent months, and earlier in January, was named as Hourglass’ first-ever brand ambassador.

But Rosie isn’t only fronting campaigns, as she has now announced that she has formulated her own signature colour of lipstick to be included in the Confession Ultra Slim High Intensity Refillable Lipstick range.

“I chose this shade for several reasons,” she said of You Make Me, a red-brown hue with satin finish. “It is incredibly versatile and can be worn day to night, all year round. You can wear it with any outfit or make up look. It’s the perfect terracotta nude and is a great shade for all skin tones. It feels polished and elegant but still natural and effortless.”

Hourglass’ new lipstick line is available in 30 colours and comes with a sleek applicator which is designed for interchangeable use. The products will be available to purchase from 24 January.

Meanwhile, Rosie is also fronting the campaign for the new Vanish Airbrush Concealer, which comes in 22 shades and is described as having a “weightless, creamy formula that instantly blends into skin and sets to a natural, airbrushed finish.”

Alongside a snap of her debut on Instagram, the blonde beauty gushed over the product and noted that she was thrilled to be a part of the Hourglass family.

“Less is more with the new #VanishConcealer by @hourglasscosmetics… So honoured to be the new face and brand ambassador of a beauty brand I have loved and used for years. More to come,” the 32-year-old wrote.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley ‘redefined her identity’ after becoming a parent

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley had to “redefine her identity” after welcoming her son in 2017.The British model is one of the most sought-after names in the fashion industry, having fronted campaigns for the likes of Burberry, Jimmy Choo, and Marks & Spence…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley had to “redefine her identity” after welcoming her son in 2017.

The British model is one of the most sought-after names in the fashion industry, having fronted campaigns for the likes of Burberry, Jimmy Choo, and Marks & Spencer.

However, Rosie discovered that she had to reassess all aspects of her life after giving birth to baby boy Jack, whom she shares with her actor fiance Jason Statham.

“I don’t think I was prepared in any way for the emotional side of becoming a mother. I’d never really been around babies before, I knew it was time to start a family, and I knew I had this inkling in me that I wanted to have a baby, but the maternal instinct never really kicked in until I gave birth. It was incredibly overwhelming on so many different levels because here I am with this newborn baby that I had an overwhelming sense of love for and it is a huge identity shift,” she said during an interview for Ashley Graham’s Pretty Big Deal podcast. “And so that first year, for me, was a mix of pure joy, a lot of anxiety, learning as I went, redefining my identity to myself, to my partner, to my work, to my son. It’s a very intimate kind of personal experience. And really beautiful because I feel like I’ve evolved and grown so much. And there’s nothing that comes close to how proud I feel of him. I could stare at him all day long.”

Elsewhere in the chat, Ashley, who is currently expecting her first child with husband Justin Ervin, also asked Rosie how she made the decision not show Jack’s face in public or on social media, and the blonde beauty insisted it was a “no-brainer”.

“I just always felt really strongly that it should be Jack’s decision if he wants to live a public life. I just dread the idea of him turning around to me at 15, 16 and being like, ‘You and dad didn’t protect me, you w**red me out.’ It should be his choice. I want him to feel normal,” the 38-year-old explained.

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Ashley Graham finds podcast ‘incredibly liberating’

Ashley Graham finds her Pretty Big Deal podcast “incredibly liberating” because she has complete control over it. The model launched the podcast, in which she has candid conversations with celebrity guests, in October 2018, and she dropped the second …

Ashley Graham finds her Pretty Big Deal podcast “incredibly liberating” because she has complete control over it.

The model launched the podcast, in which she has candid conversations with celebrity guests, in October 2018, and she dropped the second season, which has now expanded to become weekly episodes, in November.

In an interview with Time, the curvy star, who is currently pregnant with her first child, said the podcast was more liberating than modelling because she can make sure she is 100 per cent herself.

“With this podcast, I have full control. I own the narrative, and I think that there’s something incredibly liberating about that,” she shared. “When it comes to fashion, I’m literally giving up my body and face to a company or to a magazine, who could edit me and in Pretty Big Deal, I’m unedited.”

The 32-year-old explained that it was important to her to show her authentic self and open up about personal issues on the podcast, as well as to make her guests feel comfortable so they’re more likely to have an honest conversation.

“It’s important to me to show up to the job the way I am as a person; I don’t have a persona, I don’t change who I am and I want people to feel comfortable,” Ashley stated. “I ask the questions that you at home want to know, I ask the questions that are to the point.

“I put myself on the line, I talk about feeling insecure about my body and my ups and downs with food and men, family, it runs the gamut and I think that people know when they’re coming down and sitting on my couch, it’s about truth and honesty.”

So far this season, Ashley has spoken to the likes of Emily Ratajkowski, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Arianna Huffington. She has pre-recorded episodes to cover her maternity leave after she gives birth to her son in January.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to host beauty series

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is to host and produce a series about the beauty industry. The model, who launched her own beauty website Rose Inc. last year, is taking her love for the cosmetics industry to the next level by executive producing and hosting…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is to host and produce a series about the beauty industry.

The model, who launched her own beauty website Rose Inc. last year, is taking her love for the cosmetics industry to the next level by executive producing and hosting a programme for the upcoming short-form mobile video platform Quibi.

According to Variety, the show will feature Rosie getting up close and personal with icons of the beauty world, highlighting their stories in a way that magnifies the industry’s intersection of art and commerce. It will feature a mix of interviews and beauty segments.

“The beauty industry is in the midst of a revolution and emerging brands led by pioneering founders are at the forefront. I’m thrilled to bring the stories of these creatives and entrepreneurs to Quibi, a platform that can so brilliantly showcase their journeys,” she said in a statement.

The series will be produced by Alfred Street Industries, the production company founded by Project Runway producers Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz earlier this year.

“Rosie is a remarkable talent whose expertise in both beauty and business makes her the ideal guide to the success stories of industry titans, as well as budding stars,” added Lipsitz and Cutforth. “Together, we’re eager to reveal the inner workings and unique inspirations that make the beauty world so alluring.”

The 32-year-old is the latest fashion star to be developing a show for Quibi, which is scheduled to launch in April 2020. Fashion designer Alexander Wang is hosting Potty Talk, in which he’ll interview celebrity guests in bathrooms, Cara Delevingne is producing and hosting a practical joke show, and Kendall Jenner is producing a series starring the man behind the Kirby Jenner parody Instagram account.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley gets candid about struggle to lose weight after pregnancy

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has opened up about her struggle to lose the 55 pounds (25 kilograms) she gained during her pregnancy.The British model gave birth to Jack, her first child with fiance Jason Statham, back in 2017. She’s now looking better tha…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has opened up about her struggle to lose the 55 pounds (25 kilograms) she gained during her pregnancy.

The British model gave birth to Jack, her first child with fiance Jason Statham, back in 2017.

She’s now looking better than ever, but in a no-holds barred chat on the Pretty Big Deal podcast with fellow model Ashley Graham, who is currently pregnant, Rosie admitted it wasn’t easy to shed the pounds once she’d welcomed her new arrival into the world.

“I would look in the mirror and I was like, I have 35 to 40 pounds (15-18 kilograms) to lose,” she said of her outlook after giving birth. “And I go to the gym, go to the gym, go to the gym, it’s not falling off, it’s not coming off, and it was very humbling for me, because having had a certain body type for most of my life… I will say working out in the gym and looking back at myself and feeling like s**t, I was like, now I understand how hard it is for some people to get to the gym.”

Revealing just how much weight she had gained while carrying Jack, Rosie grimaced: “I gained about 55 pounds. Listen, I enjoyed myself. I let the reins go. It’s a new experience, so you’re kind of like, ‘Well, let’s see how this goes.’ And six months in I was like, ‘WHAT! This is crazy!'”

While she struggled to accept the changes to her body at first, the 32-year-old admitted she felt “empowered” by the end of her pregnancy, and “basically walked around naked for the last month at home”.

As Rosie opened up about her pregnancy weight struggles, Ashley, who is currently expecting her first child with husband Justin Ervin, shared that she has gained 40 pounds (18 kilograms). The curvy model is due to give birth in January.

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Bottega Veneta’s Daniel Lee scoops top honours at The Fashion Awards 2019

Bottega Veneta’s Daniel Lee was the big winner at The Fashion Awards 2019 on Monday night.The star-studded ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London featured appearances from the likes of Janet Jackson, Julia Roberts, Donatella Versace, Cate Blanchet…

Bottega Veneta’s Daniel Lee was the big winner at The Fashion Awards 2019 on Monday night.

The star-studded ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London featured appearances from the likes of Janet Jackson, Julia Roberts, Donatella Versace, Cate Blanchett, and Tom Cruise, and was hosted by Black-ish actress Tracee Ellis Ross.

The first of Lee’s awards was for Brand of the Year, which he accepted from model and friend Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Mentioning Kering boss Francois-Henri Pinault, who owns Bottega Veneta, in his brief acceptance speech, the 33-year-old British designer thanked the Frenchman for taking “that initial gamble” on him.

Later, when accepting his second award of the evening for Accessories Designer of the Year, Lee told the famous faces in the audience: “For me, accessories are the key to modern dressing and I’m incredibly proud so many of you choose to live with our pieces every day and to express your style.”

The designer also took home the coveted awards for Designer of the Year and British Designer of the Year for Womenswear.

Kim Jones of Dior Men was named as British Designer of the Year for Menswear, though as he was overseas, the accolade was accepted on his behalf by Donatella Versace.

“As you see, I’m not Kim Jones, but it’s truly an honour to accept the award for my good friend. He’s in Miami putting the last touches to his show and it’s going to be fabulous, as always,” she quipped.

Supermodel Naomi Campbell was presented with the Fashion Icon award during ceremony, while Adut Akech was named as Model of the Year.

Elsewhere, U.S. Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and Lady Amanda Harlech made an emotional tribute to the late Karl Lagerfeld and announced plans for Chanel to sponsor a scholarship through the British Fashion Council’s foundation.

The organisation’s newest award – The Designers’ Designer – was handed to Christopher Kane by Kylie Minogue, and the extravagant ceremony ended with a Giorgio Armani runway show.

The 85-year-old Italian then received the Outstanding Achievement Award from close pals and muses Julia Roberts and Cate Blanchett.

The full list of winners for the 2019 Fashion Awards is as follows:

Brand of the Year – Bottega Veneta

Designer of the Year – Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

British Designer of the Year: Womenswear – Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

British Designer of the Year: Menswear – Kim Jones for Dior Men

Model of the Year – Adut Akech

Accessories Designer of the Year – Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta

Urban Luxe – Fenty

British Emerging Talent: Womenswear – Rejina Pyo for Rejina Pyo

British Emerging Talent: Menswear – Bethany Williams for Bethany Williams

Business Leader – Remo Ruffini for Moncler

Outstanding Achievement Award – Giorgio Armani

Fashion Icon – Naomi Campbell

Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator – Sam McKnight

Trailblazer Award – Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen

Positive Change Award – Signatories of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action launched at UN Convention on Climate Change

Designers’ Designer Award – Christopher Kane for Christopher Kane

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley would love to swap lives with Rihanna for a night

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley would love to spend a day in Rihanna’s shoes.The 32-year-old model is currently fronting the latest images for Jimmy Choo’s In My Choos editorial series, and in an interview accompanying the new campaign, Rosie revealed who sh…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley would love to spend a day in Rihanna’s shoes.

The 32-year-old model is currently fronting the latest images for Jimmy Choo’s In My Choos editorial series, and in an interview accompanying the new campaign, Rosie revealed who she’d like to swap lives with just for one night.

“I would have to say Rihanna on stage performing for sure,” she explained. “I think that’s got to be the ultimate experience and I love her, love her music and love everything she stands for and I just think it’s unlike any feeling I think you could compare it to, singing to an audience and the crowd looking back at you with adoration. I would love to experience that.”

Elsewhere in the interview, the model shared the best career advice she’s ever been given and noted that it’s the reason she’s steered away from controversy during her modelling and acting career.

“I received a lot of good career advice, but I think the one piece of career advice that’s always stuck with me is: It takes a lifetime to build a reputation and just one second to destroy it,” the mother-of-one shared.

Rosie, who is engaged to actor Jason Statham, also sweetly revealed how she would ask her parents for fashion magazine subscriptions when she was younger.

“One of my earliest childhood memories was waiting for them to arrive every month. I’d then devour every page sitting in my bedroom and share it with my mum and we’d look at all the fashion stories together,” she recalled. “It was the creativity which really inspired me. My bedroom walls were plastered with iconic images of models and fashion campaigns.”

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: ‘High heels make me feel powerful’

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley feels “powerful” whenever she slips into a pair of high heels.The British model has been tapped to star in the latest images for Jimmy Choo’s In My Choos editorial series – titled Destination Party – with the photos showing he…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley feels “powerful” whenever she slips into a pair of high heels.

The British model has been tapped to star in the latest images for Jimmy Choo’s In My Choos editorial series – titled Destination Party – with the photos showing her wearing designs from the luxury footwear label’s cruise 2020 collection.

In an interview accompanying the new campaign, Rosie discussed how different shoes can affect her mood and noted that she rarely wears flats because they don’t make her feel empowered.

“When I want to feel powerful for sure I’m always going to pick a heel. But I think you know, for a really sexy event shoe, it will probably be something patent,” she explained. “You’ll rarely see me in flats, because the way I feel when I’m in heels – whether it’s a more edgy biker-style look, or something more feminine and ballet-inspired – is just so empowered. I feel ready for the day in every way.”

Rosie sticks to “pretty simple outfits” so she can wear an extravagant shoe, and her golden rule when it comes to dressing up for black-tie events, or a red carpet premiere with her fiance Jason Statham, is to start with her footwear.

“I’m inherently a jeans and T-shirt or leather pants and a great blouse girl. But I always take a risk with shoes and I think that’s where you can add a little bit of fun, texture, colour, and sparkle. I also find shoes to be really transformative in terms of my mood,” the 32-year-old shared. “A classic little black dress with a great shoe will get you out the door – no matter what the event: black tie, cocktail, dinner, you’ll be sorted.”

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Bottega Veneta’s The Pouch handbag crowned ‘most-wanted’ item of 2019

Bottega Veneta’s popular The Pouch handbag has been named as the “most-wanted” item of 2019.As part of their annual Year in Fashion report, analysts at Lyst have looked at data, queries, page views, and sales metrics across six million fashion products…

Bottega Veneta’s popular The Pouch handbag has been named as the “most-wanted” item of 2019.

As part of their annual Year in Fashion report, analysts at Lyst have looked at data, queries, page views, and sales metrics across six million fashion products from over 12,000 online stores as well as the global media coverage and social media mentions generated by the biggest brands and trends.

As part of this research, they also rounded up the pieces that have driven the biggest spikes over the last 12 months, and crowned The Pouch purse in the top spot.

“Bottega Veneta’s The Pouch bag has sparked more than 10,000 views a month since its launch,” a Lyst representative commented. “Page views increased 297 per cent on Lyst in September. The bag was seen on editors, celebrities, and influencers worldwide; Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Instagrammed it 39 times in the space of three months.”

Since Daniel Lee joined Bottega Veneta in June 2018, the Italian fashion house has undergone a huge revamp, with the designer winning acclaim for his minimalist designs and Stretch sandals, which immediately sold out upon release following the launch of the label’s pre-fall 2019 collection.

Accordingly, the Stretch sandals followed in second place on Lyst’s round-up, with Gucci’s GG logo belt in third, and Jacquemus’ Le Chiquito bag in fourth. Other sought-after pieces included Prada’s logo bucket hat, Louis Vuitton’s Multi Pochette bag, Ganni’s Checked Seersucker Midi Dress, Sandy Liang’s Fleece Jacket, Weekday’s Rowe Sky Blue Jeans, and Gucci’s GG Supreme Messenger bag.

Elsewhere, the Alexander McQueen oversized sneakers topped the list of Hottest Women’s Products in the first quarter of 2019.

“Searched every two minutes on Lyst, they were the brand’s bestselling product this year,” a spokesperson added.

The top collaborations were between Off-White x IKEA, Sacai x Nike, and Reformation x New Balance, with the main breakout brands including Bottega Veneta, Pyer Moss, Jacquemus, Paco Rabanne, Molly Goddard, Richard Quinn, Saks Potts, and Telfar.

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