Barbara Fialho is A Golden Beauty in Vogue Mexico Editorial


Barbara Fialho stars in Vogue Mexico's April issueBarbara Fialho stars in Vogue Mexico’s April issue

Victoria’s Secret model Barbara Fialho shines like gold in her latest spread featured in the April 2016 issue of Vogue Mexico. Photographed by Enrique Vega, the Brazilian stunner heads to the beach in metallic swimsuits and accessories. Stylist Karin Elgair makes sure Barbara dazzles in the designs ofNorma Kamali, Swarovski and Chanel. For beauty, hairstylist Elsa Canedo creates the brunette’s undone waves while makeup artist Victor Noble gives her a sun-kissed glow. / Casting by Victoria Pavon

Photographed by Enrique Vega, Barbara poses on the beach in golden looksPhotographed by Enrique Vega, Barbara poses on the beach in golden looksBarbara Fialho wears her hair in tousled beach waves while modeling a gold Norma Kamali jacketBarbara Fialho wears her hair in tousled beach waves while modeling a gold Norma KamalijacketBarbara Fialho poses nude in this beauty editorialBarbara Fialho poses nude in this beauty editorialPosing in the water, Barbara Fialho wears gold hoop earringsPosing in the water, Barbara Fialho wears gold hoop earringsCovered in gold glitter, Barbara Fialho poses for Vogue MexicoCovered in gold glitter, Barbara Fialho poses for Vogue MexicoThe model looks perfectly sun-kissed wearing a gold Swarovski cuffThe model looks perfectly sun-kissed wearing a gold Swarovski cuffBarbara Fialho flaunts her toned figure in a gold Norma Kamali one-piece swimsuitBarbara Fialho flaunts her toned figure in a gold Norma Kamali one-piece swimsuit

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Laura Love and Alessandro Michele at the Florence and The Machine's "Odyssey" screening. Photo: Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty Images for Gucci)Laura Love and Alessandro Michele at the Florence and The Machine's "Odyssey" screening. 

The fashion industry elite descended upon New York this week for the Met Gala, and the best-dressed of them all was, hands down, Gucci's Alessandro Michele. 

On Wednesday evening, the creative director hosted a screening of "Odyssey"in a look that could best be described as Pacific Northwest-meets-Gucci. His shirt and pants, while probably from a high-end brand, could have easily been plucked from the Goodwill store on University Way in Seattle — I say this with the utmost admiration, not belittlement — or from a secondhand store around the city. I also want to applaud him for completing the look with a Gucci silk bomber jacket and pink furry hat. That, dear readers, is personal style. 

Then on Thursday night, in celebration of Art Week, Michele stopped by Dover Street Market, where photographer Ari Marcopoulos was present to sign copies of his book "Epiphany." He attended the event in a colorful striped sweater and a burgundy jacket with an embroidered flower and dog. (Evidence below.) Needless to say, it was one of the best looks from this week.

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Jennifer Lawrence Stars in Harper’s Bazaar, Talks Having a “Normal Body”


Jennifer Lawrence on Harper's Bazaar May 2016 CoverJennifer Lawrence on Harper’s Bazaar May 2016 Cover

Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence takes the spotlight once again on the May 2016 cover of Harper’s Bazaar. Photographed by Mario Sorrenti, the blonde wears a bold pink lip color as well as Dior Haute Couture top in black. Inside the magazine, Jennifer wears even more styles from Dior Haute Couture including a ruffle adorned dress and top where she flaunts some cleavage.

In her interview, Jennifer opens up about feminism, her taking Hollywood to task for the gender pay gap and more. About being called ‘curvy’ in Hollywood, she says, “I would like us to make a new normal-body type. Everybody says, ‘We love that there is somebody with a normal body!’ And I’m like, ‘I don’t feel like I have a normal body.’ I do Pilates every day. I eat, but I work out a lot more than a normal person.”


Jennifer Lawrence poses in a black Dior Haute Couture dress with ruffle embellishmentJennifer Lawrence poses in a black Dior Haute Couture dress with ruffle embellishment

Jennifer continues, “I think we’ve gotten so used to underweight that when you are a normal weight it’s like, ‘Oh, my God, she’s curvy.’ Which is crazy. The bare minimum, just for me, would be to up the ante. At least so I don’t feel like the fattest one.”

Jennifer Lawrence talks to the magazine about having a so-called normal body in HollywoodJennifer Lawrence talks to the magazine about having a so-called normal body in Hollywood


Jennifer Lawrence stars in Dior Addict Ultra Gloss campaignJennifer Lawrence stars in Dior Addict Ultra Gloss campaign

Earlier this year, Dior unveiled its new Dior Addict Ultra Gloss campaign starring Jennifer Lawrence. A brand ambassador for Dior since 2013, Jennifer turned up the glam in a pink sheath dress for the advertisements. With a bold pink lip color, the actress also sported her hair in polished waves for the photo session.

Jennifer Lawrence stars in Dior Addict Ultra Gloss campaignJennifer Lawrence stars in Dior Addict Ultra Gloss campaign

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From L to R: Jesse Kamm, The Row, Levi'sFrom L to R: Jesse Kamm, The Row, Levi's

"Basic" may have adapted a negative connotation in recent years, but there's no shame in seeking advice on theoretically simple sartorial conundrums. In our latest column, "Back to Basics," we're here to guide you through life's most common (and important) fashion and beauty concerns. First up? White denim.

White jeans are right up there with bras and swimsuits on the "annoying and intimidating to shop for" scale. Even the most fit, cellulite-free ladies can have a hard time finding a pair that's flattering, but that doesn't mean it's impossible. Plus, given that a pair of white jeans is one of the most versatile, chic wardrobe staples you can have for this time of year (nothing's better suited for a summer day on which you haven't shaved your legs), once you find the right pair, you'll be living in them. And we're here to help. Below, some things you'll want to consider before shopping, along with some links to our favorite options.


Chances are you already have a pretty good idea of what pant silhouette looks best on you, but remember that white jeans don't have the strategic whiskering and fading that some other denim has for illusory slimming effects. If you have concerns about how much of your natural shape you want to highlight, go with something that's slim but not clingy. A common mistake is to buy something that's a tad too big so that it's loose, but that won't do you any favors.

There are plenty of slim-legged options that are fitted in the hips and less clingy — and thus less revealing — in the thighs. Look for styles that are labeled "straight leg" or "boyfriend." The slightly high-waisted, vintage-inspired Levi's $128 "Wedgie" in vintage chalk is a current industry favorite. If you're into Levi's but not a high waist, these in "snowdrop selvedge" looked great on a friend of mine recently. If you're fancy and want something super sleek, The Row makes a chic, ankle-grazing option for $550. Less fancy? TryTopshop's $100 boyfriend jeans. Madewell has a great cropped boot-cut option for $128, too.

Another way to go is the of-the-moment high-waisted and cropped, wide-leg or flared silhouette — something that looks (and thus fits) more like a trouser. This will work on most body types, but if you're on the shorter side, we'd suggest avoiding anything extremely wide. For wide-leg, there's Rachel Comey's beloved "Legion" ($345), and Madewell's $128 version. MiH has a nice flared option with a frayed hem for $270. Current/Elliot has one with a subtler flare for $198.

The least forgiving silhouette is going to be a fitted, high-waisted, skinny style. Dhani bought a pair last summer, and while they can look chic, they're pretty much a FUPA disaster after one large meal. If you need something for, say, brunches during which you don't plan to eat anything, or if you just don't give any fucks (which is great!) go for this pair, or these.


Unless you're a supermodel or, like, Jules from "Real Housewives of New York," a thicker, stiffer, more selvedge-like denim is your best bet. The Levi's above, for example, are made from a heavyweight denim, which will hold things together without clinging. Anything thin and/or super stretchy is going to put everything you've got on display.

If you're willing to look outside the denim spectrum, you could seek out a softer cotton alternative. One of our favorites is J.Crew's $98 cropped "Teddie pant" in white, which provides good coverage on the legs (though less on the butt). They're also machine washable — i.e., just as low maintenance as jeans. Or, if you're looking for something a little more on-trend, Jesse Kamm's $395, high-waisted, wide-leg pants are a cult favorite.


If you still find you need more coverage in the bum area — or if you opt for the J.Crew trousers — we highly recommended buying a pair of these $36 Spanx shaping shorts. Rather than pull everything in, they simply smooth things out. And whatever you choose to wear under your white jeans, make sure it's seamless and nude (as in, the color of your skin) — not white — in tone.Uniqlo's ultra seamless hip-hugger shorts are great if you don't want to go the thong route.

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Liu Wen Takes On Spring’s Tribal Chic Looks for ELLE France


Liu Wen stars in ELLE France’s March issueLiu Wen stars in ELLE France’s March issue

Top model Liu Wen graces the pages of ELLE France’s March 4, 2016, issue appearing in a fashion editorial called ‘Sauvage’. Photographed by David Bellemere and styled by Melanie Huynh, the Chinese model wears tribal inspired looks from the spring collections while posing outdoors. From fringed adorned jackets to tiered skirts to animal prints, these ensembles are not for the faint of heart. / Hair by Brian Buenaventura, Makeup by Mayia Alleaume


The top model poses in tribal inspired looks for the fashion editorialThe top model poses in tribal inspired looks for the fashion editorialLiu Wen poses in a tree wearing a Versace jacket and skirt with matching printsLiu Wen poses in a tree wearing a Versace jacket and skirt with matching printsClad in black, Liu Wen models a Michael Kors Collection tank top and pleated skirt with grommet embellishmentsClad in black, Liu Wen models a Michael Kors Collection tank top and pleated skirt with grommet embellishments Posing outdoors, Liu Wen wears Bottega Veneta sweater with leopard print and red trousersPosing outdoors, Liu Wen wears Bottega Veneta sweater with leopard print and redtrousersLiu Wen models Nina Ricci leather dress and jacket with cow printLiu Wen models Nina Ricci leather dress and jacket with cow printWith her hair in messy waves, Liu Wen poses in a fringe adorned Issey Miyake dressLayered in jewelry, Liu Wen poses in a fringe adorned Issey Miyake dressGetting her closeup, Liu Wen wears her hair in tousled waves with shimmering eyeshadowGetting her closeup, Liu Wen wears her hair in tousled waves with shimmering eyeshadow


Liu Wen stars in Mango's March 2016 campaignLiu Wen stars in Mango’s March 2016 campaign

In addition to her recent ELLE editorial, Liu Wen also appeared in the March 2016 campaign from Spanish fashion brand Mango. The model fronted the brand’s ‘Soft Minimal’ campaign where she posed in minimal styles inspired by the 90’s. With a messy hairstyle and dewy makeup look, Liu Wen showed a different side for the advertisements.

Liu Wen stars in Mango's March 2016 campaignLiu Wen stars in Mango’s March 2016 campaign

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Jeremy Scott at Milan Fashion Week. Photo: Tristan Fewings/Getty ImagesJeremy Scott at Milan Fashion Week. 

Jeremy Scott has signed with talent and fashion agency WME-IMG. The announcement arrives on the heels of Moschino's recent plans to unveil its men's spring 2017 and women's resort 2017 collections in Los Angeles, where Scott is based, in June. The runway show will take place during the city's first-ever Made Los Angeles by Made Fashion Week, which was acquired by WME-IMG last year. Are we connecting the dots here?

Scott reaching "designer as celebrity" level seems like a natural step in his career; pop culture is almost always a key point of inspiration in every collection for both his namesake brand and Moschino. He's referenced everything in the mainstream psyche: musiccartoonsfast food chain logosand even household cleaning products

Fashion industry folks seeking representation is nothing new. Influential bloggers frequently get signed to digitally focused agencies and bigger-name fashion personalities snag top Hollywood talent agencies like CAA (Leandra Medine, Diane von Furstenberg and, most recently, Heidi Klum, are examples). In 2013, Bryanboy left CAA to sign with IMG. Scott was also previously signed to CAA, through which his full-length documentary was released, before making the switch to WME-IMG.

The move could certainly be a boon for his celebrity status. The global agency will split his engagements in fashion (IMG) and entertainment (WME), which runs the gamut from appearances in film and television to theater and books. Can we expect a new series from Jeremy Scott on IMG-WME's fashion-focused network Made2Measure? Perhaps. The show business world is your oyster, Jeremy!

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