Hitchcock, the Oscar-vehicle starring Anthony Hopkins as Hitch and Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh, hit select theaters this past weekend. There hasn’t been much fashion buzz about the film aside from Scarlett Johansson’s Psycho-themed V cover, which focused more on her scream than her clothes (as well it should have), but we’ve always had a soft-spot for the fashion in Hitchcock’s films.
While Essie is historically very shy of gimmicky, trendy nail products (a rep once told me at a beauty convention that Essie tries really hard to keep it classy and classic–they even resisted glitter polishes until last year), come December you can snag the brand’s very first magnetic polish collection.
Name: Chloe Callahan
What was the last thing you bought? A Reed Krakoff mini bag.
What would you never be caught wearing? Anything with bows on it.
Thanksgiving is a marathon day of doing nothing much more than cooking, eating, drinking, and gabbing. So it’s quite the workout for your face, and thus, your makeup.
We talked to some makeup experts from MAC, NARS, and Maybelline for tips to make your makeup last (which will be helpful all through this marathon holiday season), as well as product recommendations for the most tenaciously long-wearing makeup we could find for your face, eyes, and lips.
Read on to see how you can get through this Thanksgiving with nary a touch-up needed.
Thanksgiving week is one of the busiest travel weeks of the year in the US. Combine larger-than-usual crowds with the potential for bad weather (and delayed flights), and it all leads to one thing: Sitting around in airports for hours at a time. But let’s try to have a good attitude about it, shall we? After all, it’s Thanksgiving and we should be grateful.
Anna Karenina marks the third time costume designer Jacqueline Durran has teamed up with director Joe Wright and the film’s star Keira Knightley–and we think it’s safe to say that the trio has definitely hit its stride.
We got the chance to catch up with Jacqueline to ask her why she mixed 1950s couture with Russian aristocracy and what it’s like to work in costume design.
Read on to hear what she had to say and get a behind-the-scenes, up-close-and-personal look at some of the costumes.
The concept of ombré has been around in beauty for many seasons now. We’ve seen it on the hair of cool downtown girls and irreverent models (and thought for sure it was dying at the end of 2011–we were wrong), and of course on manicures everywhere. It was only a matter of time before it moved to lipstick.
Here’s everything you need to know to get the look, from product recommendations to expert application tips.
There’s no doubt that every lady on Vogue‘s best dressed list is fashionable. Still, we think the fashion glossy may have overlooked a few people.
Click through for the mag’s 10 best, as well as 10 women we think should have made the list.