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Nowhere does celebrity style feel more unattainable for mere mortals than at the airport. For actresses and models, travel often appears to be a breezy walk in the park without lines, security, or the occasional mad dash to a gate.
Social media has done wonders for exposing the beauty secrets of all our favorite stars, especially when it comes to their tell-all Snapchat accounts (we're looking at you Kylie Jenner). But it was none other than supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley who decided to get extra candid on Snapchat, showing off her makeup artistry skills in an impromptu beauty tutorial she shared with fans on her channel. After watching the video (which she also uploaded to her Instagram account), we can honestly say we're beyond impressed by her skills. Many stars have claimed they do their own makeup for awards shows, but Huntington-Whiteley is one of the few that actually lets us in on the action. Using only items from her own makeup collection with the U.K.-based brand Autograph in Marks & Spencer stores (where she also has her own fitness apparel line available too), she gives us mere mortals a behind-the-scenes beauty how-to/low-key Rosie for Autograph promotional piece so we can learn a bit more about her classic look. In the video, the supermodel starts off by applying bronze, shimmery eyeshadow to her lids, making sure the crease is darker than the center and inner corner of her eyes. Then, she
Supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is opening up about her strict diet. And, according to her, it's hard as hell—but she feels amazing. Huntington-Whiteley says she follows naturopathic doctor Nigma Talib's diet plan, which eliminates dairy, gluten, sugar, and alcohol. “It's been really tough,” she http://www.eonline.com/news/751130/rosie-huntington-whiteley-s-new-diet-find-out-what-s-making-her-feel-better-than-ever http://www.eonline.com/news/751130/rosie-huntington-whiteley-s-new-diet-find-out-what-s-making-her-feel-better-than-ever”>tells E!. However, she says, it's also been “transformative” for her. “I can feel it in my skin, I can feel it in my body, I feel lean right now, and I feel strong and I feel energized,” she says. Of course, it's also really, really strict (and props to Huntington-Whiteley for being honest about it). “I miss a lot of things,” she says. “I miss a glass of wine, I miss my cheese plates, and I miss my croissants.” While tough, New York City registered dietitian Jessica Cording says it makes sense that the supermodel would feel good on the diet. “A lot of people find they feel better on this kind of restrictive diet because you tend to seek out more whole foods and less processed things,” she says. “The less junk going into your system, the better you feel.” And if you suffer from a gluten or dairy intolerance it will help
When it comes to the world's most talented fashion designers, Burberry's Christopher Bailey ranks high on the list. And so today, London Fashion Week showgoers hiked their way up to Kensington Gardens to support the designer and take in the house's fall collection. This season's lot was rife with trench coats 2.0 (think shiny black leather, python trim); It Girl-perfect minidresses (sprayed with a rainbow of sequins!); and razor-sharp trousers (all the better to dominate in the board room in). But some of the show's most fashionable moments actually took place in the front row, where Burberry muses Naomi Campbell, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Suki Warterhouse and other chic Brits paraded the brand's new ready-to-wear looks, bringing new meaning to #squadgoals. Take a look at the best dressed from the front row: Naomi Campbell in a red-tipped navy suede trench coat. Riley Keough in a black trend and printed dress. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley channeled Sergeant Pepper in a sky-blue suit. Suki Waterhouse models the accessory of the season: Burberry's nylon rucksack. Olivia Palermo goes Brit-girl glam in a printed dress and cognac knee-high boots. Here are our favorite looks from the runway: A saucy black trench coat. A rainbow-sequined minidress. A burnished
A good pair of black jeans is a wardrobe essential and a chameleon at that, easily moving from lived-in weekend staple to anchoring an outfit that's ready for drinks and dinner. Finding a go-to style can be a search on par with hunting for the Holy Grail, but if you're still looking for the perfect pair, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley might be able to help. “A black pair of skinny jeans has to be the most versatile, timeless and flattering for everyone. I love that
New York Fashion Week is one week from today, and as you scan the Fall 2016 runways with us for the new trends and exciting new facesy, you might find that some catwalkers may seem a little familiar to you in that did-I-go-to-kindergarten-with-you? kind of way. So before you jump down the Facebook rabbit hole, searching for friends in common, read this. Kika-Rose Ridley, Tobey Huntington-Whiteley, Immy Waterhouse, and Ruby Aldridge are just a handful of up-and-coming models that you'll see this fashion month—and as you can infer from their surnames, they share some quality DNA with some of your favorite movie stars and even a Victoria's Secret Angel. So, here's a pre-Fashion Week crib sheet so you can impress your friends with your fashion family tree expertise: Tobey Huntington-Whiteley The Huntington-Whiteleys have a pretty strong gene pool, as you can see Tobey and his sister Rosie share the same razor-sharp cheek bones, steel-gray eyes, and cloud-like lips. Tobey, 24, has started to make the fashion rounds after signing with Models1. Kika-Rose Ridley Kika-Rose Ridley ??? #daisyarmy #kikarose #cute A photo posted by Daisy Ridley (
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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is engaged! A figure-skimming spangled Atelier Versace gown wasn't the only sparkle the model brought to the Golden Globes tonight—she also had a brand-new engagement ring, which she quietly showed off on the red carpet. (Her actor-boyfriend Jason Statham's Spy got a Best Picture nod.) Here's the happy couple, who have been together for about five years, arm in arm on the carpet: And here's a better look at her engagement ring: There's not much to say based on the side view—the diamond seems round, maybe three or four carats, and it's set in a single-shank setting with more diamonds on the band. We'll be on the lookout for better photos.
Make room in your workout drawer—Rosie Huntington-Whiteley would like a space, please and thank you. The British bombshell has expanded her lingerie collection with U.K. brand Autograph to include a full range of fitness apparel—Rosie for Autograph Active—hitting Marks & Spencer shelves this January. “Fitness and well-being is such a huge part of my life, it feels like a really natural step for my existing lingerie range to develop and now include activewear pieces,” Huntington-Whiteley told The Daily Mail (you can buy Rosie-approved PJs alongside bras and undies). The collection is dance-inspired with an obvious nod to ballerina style; wraps, leotards, and soft fabrics make up a good chunk of it, all done in a soft palette or gray and blush. The model's gym style: sleek, clean lines and a statement bag MORE: Here's the Full-Body Workout the Victoria's Secret Angels Swear By The unstoppable rise of athleisure has meant we're collectively interested in shopping for cute workout togs that you want to wear beyond the gym, and it's easy enough to turn to the former Victoria's Secret Angel for it. Like most of the girls who strut the runway, she seems to be a devoted fitness fan and is
Telling you we're about to talk a lot about center parts might seem like we're alerting you that it's nap time, but no joke, they can be so much more versatile than you think. We found more than enough proof from the red carpet at last night's premiere of Burberry's new holiday campaign film. All these ladies showed up at the event wearing middle parts with very different vibes. English singer Paloma Faith went for one with her hair teased up the back for a retro effect. Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery wore hers sleek for a power look. The campaign's star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wore soft waves for a bedhead-y feel. And Naomi Campbell paired hers with straight-across bangs, easily the girliest option of the bunch. All the looks are based around a center part, but they don't even seem like they're in the same category. Volume, texture, and style have such an impact that you can really get a lot out of this hair move, which is great news if that's the most flattering part for you. Who it works best for: Those with symmetrical features and anyone with a long or oval face. The only face shape that really
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, master of the perfect denim-based airport outfit, is continuing to lend her gorgeous face to Paige Denim, with the label announcing that the model will remain as ambassador for all of next year. doanhnhan.edu.vn got a chance to talk jeans with Huntington-Whiteley, and of course we had to ask one of the trickiest denim questions known to womankind: How in the world do you make boyfriend jeans look as sexy as they are comfy? If anyone has the perfect tip, it's got to be a sexy Victoria's Secret stunner, no? Well, get ready to fall in love with Huntington-Whiteley, because her answer was awesome. MORE: Denim by Celebrity: 12 Celebs and the Jean Brands They're Obsessed With Basically, she told us that it's beyond ridiculous to care what any guy has to say about them. (And we 100 percent agree.) “If you want to make them more pleasing to guys which, by the way, should be the least of any woman's concerns, a heel never went amiss,” she said, revealing that boyfriends are a big staple in her closet. “I live in them. I like to wear them rolled up at the end with a little heel on
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With traveling as a big part of the job, it's no surprise that today's top models have nailed some pretty perfect airport outfits, smart for traveling but still totally true to their personal style. Before you take another trip this summer, behold some sartorial inspiration for making the airline terminal your own personal runway. 1. The Miranda Kerr Approach This Aussie wears a lot of flirty dresses on the regular, and when it comes to making them travel-proof, it's as easy as slipping on comfortable shoes and a cover-up should the plane get chilly. She's a pro at mixing in budget pieces with her designer gear: That blue mini is from H&M! Go-to pieces: An easy maxi or sundress, flats, an oversize cardigan. 2. The Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Approach Rosie typically skips a lot of bold prints and colors, an approach that makes for wise travel packing. With a streamlined, monochrome outfit like this one, nearly every single piece will be able to easily fit into a different outfit on the trip. Plus, it's so sophisticated! Go-to pieces: Basics in a single color palette, hat. 3. The Adriana Lima Approach The mix of classics here means that there's a high probability
Rosie Huntington-Whiteleyknows how to work a camera (she is a supermodel, after all), so it's no surprise she looked amazing on the red carpet for her new movie, Mad Max: Fury Road, last night. She was flirty, luminous, and completely mesmerizing. Basically, it was exactly how we want to look all weekend. Her makeup artist, Monika Blunder, Instagrammed this shot of the products she used: Getting
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monikablundermakeup) on May 7, 2015 at 6:59pm PDT Among them: The Charlotte Tilbury Cheek to Chic Blusher ($40, charlottetilbury.com). What makes this blush such a favorite for the red carpet right now is that it uses ultra-fine metallic shimmer bits that allow it to double as a highlighter, making cheekbones stand out while giving skin a glowy effect. The trick is to look for teeny shimmer particles—full-on sparkle gives you a dramatic look, not a soft, flirty one. Two other formulas that achieve this look: Nars' popular blushes ($30 each, sephora.com) and Physicians Formulas Happy Booster Glow and Mood Boosting Blush ($11.99 each, ulta.com). And for those of you wondering what else in on that table, a few
The stunning Miss Rosie Huntington-Whiteley just posed for some sizzling nude photos that, actually, weren't such a big deal to shoot. “Oh, photo shoots are part of my day-to-day life. It's not something that I mentally have to prepare for in any way,” she told beauty blog Violet Grey. “Of course, with the nature of more sensual shots or nudity the really important thing is that there's a close bond of respect and understanding between the photographer and the subject. That was what was great working with Ben
violetgrey) on Apr 8, 2015 at 9:09pm PDT Style-wise, RHW said she's always looking for a balance of “effortless, young, and fun,” achieved with a mix of denim (she loves Paige) and a feminine
On the heels of 28-year-old Balmain artistic director Olivier Rousteing hitting one million Instagram followers last week (anointing him “the fourth most influential person in France” according to a WWD story), we decided to take an in-depth look at what we're calling Instagram's “One Million Club.” There's an impressive cast of designers, models, and other fashion figures who have achieved the one million follower mark on Instagram, and it's about so much more than giving good selfie. But what does that mean for them and their brands? I asked some experts, and they said some fascinating things about how Instagram is changing fashion from cloche to cap-toe pumps. “So much of what we do with designers and brands involves a social media discussion now. It's such an easy and inexpensive way to connect with people,” Travis Paul Martin, the fashion director at public relations agency BPCM, told me via email. “If editors, bloggers, or the general public aren't really aware of a brand's social activity, they're less likely to engage with them by tagging or posting about them.” Whether a designer or model steers their own account or gets professional help (and how much) depends on the brand. “Outsourcing