Kate Upton put all the talk about her boobs to rest.
Supermodel Kate Upton poses at the launch party of the Sports Illustrated’s 2013 Swimsuit issue, which features her on the cover, in New York February 12, 2013. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
An article was released over the weekend quoting the curvaceous model complaining about her breasts, saying she wished they were smaller, but now Upton addressed the reports over Twitter saying they weren’t true.
Bar Refaeli’s beauty regimen is as good as gold – literally.
The Israeli model posted a photo of herself on Instagram with what looks like a yellow-orange goo dripping down her face. The caption? “GOLD” followed by a few words in Hebrew, which Google Translate tells us is “The perfect therapy for Tally Gold.”
She’s become an ubiquitous uber-model seemingly overnight, thanks to her wild-child appeal (and those famous brows). But with her new handbag collaboration with Mulberry set to hit stores in September, Cara Delevingne now can call herself a bona fide designer.
Cara Delevigne presents the Cara Delevigne Collection by Mulberry during London Fashion Week February 16, 2014. (REUTERS/Olivia Harris)
Google Thylane Blondeau and ‘controversial’ comes up next to her name often.
The 13-year-old model is on the cover of French magazine Jalouse for April with the hashtag #Bornin2001 The New Kate Moss. Blondeau is no stranger to magazine shoots, her striking eyes and young pout first caused a ‘controversy’ in 2011 when she posed in Vogue Paris with full makeup and ‘sexualized’ poses. She also appeared in Vogue Enfants and several brand campaigns including ones for Lacoste and even walking the runway for Jean Paul Gaultier.
Thylane Blondeau on the cover of Jalouse. (Handout)
Maybelline makeup artist Grace Lee has been the go-to woman for the makeup looks at World MasterCard Fashion Week, from the heavy, crystal-coated black eye at VAWK to the cold-flushed cheeks at Joe Fresh and everyone in between.
As diverse as the Fashion Week collections have been, the trends on the runway have skewed toward naturally beautiful looks featuring nude lips, bronzed eyes and dewy, glowing skin. We sat in with Lee backstage last week to learn how to get those looks, including subtly exaggerated lashes, an edgy ombre lip, and that model-perfect glow (spoiler alert: put lip balm everywhere).
Grace Lee, doing what she does best. (Photo: Jake Rosenberg, The Coveteur/Maybelline)