The starlet is no longer Ungaro's artistic director.
That is, unless another house gives her a job. According to WWD, Lohan doesn't work at Emanuel Ungaro anymore. She was absent from the designer's show on Monday, where she was named artistic director last year.
Lohan was hired to energize the brand, but the collection she worked on was criticized by editors and retailers last fall — calling it cheesy, full of candy colors and just too L.A.
It's still strange to me that a revered fashion house like Ungaro, albeit fledgling, would hire Lohan. I mean, she may have tons of designer clothes, but she never went to design school. I still don't blame her for taking the job though—who wouldn't?
The beauty brand is joined by Reese Witherspoon to stop violence against women.
Avon is taking the day and honoring it through a series of talks this week alongside global ambassador Reese Witherspoon at a summit in D.C. This year's theme? Empowerment—with the goal of stopping violence against women.
Queen Latifah wore CoverGirl (and a couple other beauty brands) for the big awards night.
And here's how to get Queen's Oscar beauty look at home—using CG's Queen Collection, a bit of M.A.C and some Cargo. And I have to say, her plum smoky eye and bronze glow perfectly complimented her lavender gown. Take note: if you'll be wearing lavender, lilac or another purple hue, this look may be good for you.
First, makeup artist D'Andre Michael used a foundation brush to apply CoverGirl Natural Hue Liquid Makeup in Warm Caramel. Then, for her cheeks, he used CoverGirl Natural Hue Minerals Pressed Powder in Brown Bronze 1.
The awards are over but fashion designers' campaigns live on.
Last night at the 82nd Academy Awards, Kate Winslet wore a Tiffany Art Deco-inspired yellow diamond necklace with a triple-drop pendant incorporating a 13.09-carat. That, and the 6-carat yellow diamonds, were surrounded by 642 white diamonds.
The Tiffany earrings alone were 10-carats.
I know this, not because any degree in gemology, but because one of Tiffany's press releases about the loaned diamonds -- complete with a link to pictures I could upload for editorial purposes -- landed in my email box at 11:29 p.m.
If there are huge lobbying campaigns behind-the-scenes by movie execs to direct Oscars to their studios and stars, another wave of campaigning begins once celebs step onto the red carpet, this one by publicists. The goal: to get journalists, bloggers and magazines to announce who wore what.
The French house's signature scent smells happy, fun - like spring!
I loved the romantic floral and I apparently was the minority. The original has been pushed out of the fragrance limelight, relegated to select drugstores and Kohl's.
The French house obviously felt it was time to update its namesake scent. I was skeptical at first, but I love it. It is so gorgeous and smells sparkly—the perfect fragrance for spring. I also love that it stays true to its bright scent, and lingers for hours—the scent was still glorious the morning after a long night.