Last Updated (Wednesday, 02 September 2009 18:16)
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Kim Kardashian will be covering NY Fashion Week for OK! Magazine as a contributing beauty editor.
Chris Noth is now a spokesperson for the skin care brand for men Biotherm Homme.
Rihanna rocks the cover of Italian Vogue's Couture Supplement/September issue. The editorial was photographed by Steven Klein.
Actress Megan Fox is rumored to be working with Armani's fragrance and fashion campaign.
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, join L'Oreal Paris in raising money for this cause. Check out their Color of Hope collection and find out how you can help. Visit: www.lorealcolorofhope.com
Last Updated (Thursday, 03 September 2009 20:31)
ROCKER CHICK: From Kristen Stewart's Joan Jett inspired styles to Rihanna and Cassies's half shaved looks, celebrities seem to be leaning toward the rocker chick look. Will the rest of society follow?
RED LIPS: We're seeing red lips everywhere. Christina Aguilera has been rockin' that look for a few years but joining her now are stars like Sienna Miller, Milla Jovovich and the trendsetter herself Rihanna. Red Matte Lips are gorgeous and will definitely be seen this fall but Hillary Duff was seen this week with Matte Nude lips on the set of Gossip Girl. Will we be putting down the gloss this season and going Matte?
VOLUME: You've been reading about volume on our site for months now. Is volume really back? We spotted 90210's Jessica Stroup with a beautiful bob with a little added volume and she looked amazing.
Last Updated (Friday, 31 July 2009 09:40)
Makeup Artist Kimberly McGinley, 32 of Dedham, MA succumbed to her injuries two days after she was hit by a car at her daughter's birthday party. Friends and family call her a hero for reacting quickly and saving several children.
Witnesses say McGinley saw the car, driven by a 71 year old woman, coming and pushed several children out of harm's way, with just seconds to react. McGinley was a mother of two and a freelance Makeup Artist for one of Boston's top salons, Mizu, where her husband is the Creative Director.
Last Updated (Friday, 31 July 2009 09:42)
A proposed new law that would extend copyright protection to clothing has the American Fashion Industry split down the middle. The new law is called the Design Piracy Prohibition Act (DPPA). Some worry that the DPPA would give high fashion a monopoly on trends and making high fashion designs more expensive therefore reducing consumer choice.
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