Perfume made its debut at London Fashion Week.
Winter white is a huge trend this season, and Solange Knowles shows how to get it just right.
By Joy Adaeze
All white after Labor Day? Oh, yeah! Earlier this week, Solange arrived at BET's "106 & Park" dressed in a 10 Crosby Derek Lam white blouse and trousers from the brand’s Resort 2014 collection that we at HelloBeautiful are absolutely loving. The fashionista/singer paired a loose white sweatshirt with crisp wide leg trousers and topped it off with a hot pink pouty lip and matching mani. Fab!
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Sometimes an epic look is all about the "quiet storm": simple pieces that exude effortless style. Winter white is a HUGE trend this season, and Solange’s look is a perfect example of getting it right. Here’s how you can get similar results:
The brand hired the girl with Down syndrome after she posted photos to Wet Seal's Facebook page.
Wet Seal has hired a teenage girl with Down Syndrome to be the face of its latest advertising campaign. According to the Daily Mail, 17-year-old Karrie Brown won the attention of the brand after posting photos to Wet Seal’s Facebook page.
Update your case to one of these cute tech holders.
by Fawnia Soo Hoo
The new iPhone 5s (and its little sister, the candy-colored, more affordable 5c) are out today. Yay! (Remember how the crew at Burberry got to play with the 5s early, lucky ducks.) Forget that secret agent fingerprint sensor and the superfancy camera, it's the new model's gorgeously luxe metallic backing that's really catching my eye. Call me a sucker for décor, but I'm also excited for the opportunity to update the case that held my Neolithic period iPhone to one of these cute tech holders.
DODOCase durables wallet, $50, dodocase.com
Drew Barrymore proves that casual can be so, so chic.
After a very high-fashion September, starring as the stunning cover girl for InStyle‘s September issue and attending Estee Lauder’s Modern Muse launch party with InStyle‘s Ariel Foxman as her date, Barrymore is taking it down a notch these days in a weekend-perfect look.
RTR plus-size is finally happening.
Rent the Runway, a popular designer dress rental site, has added a selection of plus-size dresses to its ever-growing roster.
Called “RTR Plus,” the line features more than 40 styles that are available in larger sizes, from 14 to 22, for a rental price between $50 and $200, states New York Business Journal. Within the new collection customers will find additional styles from already-existing designers like Adrianna Papell, as well as exclusive plus-size collections made for RTR.
The store adds new tags to clothes to prevent 'wardrobing.'
If you’re planning on wearing that newly-purchased dress to a party tonight and then returning it the next day, you’re out of luck. Stores such as Bloomingdales are cracking down on the common practice of customers buying an item, wearing it once and then returning it.
Beauty products made to travel.
File this under "why didn't I think of it first and make enough to buy my own private island." As we reported a few months ago, 3floz.com, the website that found its niche selling airport-size luxury beauty products, is now taking a more direct approach by placing vending machines (packed with stuff like SuperSmile Powdered Mouthrinse and Serge Normant shampoos) in airports such as JFK in New York City and McCarran International in Las Vegas. They plan to launch in at least 125 more locations by the end of 2014.