One influencer takes the co-host of "The Real" to task for not doing her research.
We're talking off-white, egg-shell white, beige, crisp white and everything in between.
The former First Lady spills about life post-White House in a glorious interview with Oprah.
Oscar-nominated costume designer Paco Delgado also discusses dressing newcomer Storm Reid in her breakout role.
Plus, Lululemon's CEO resigns after un-specified misconduct.
After a less-than-diverse set of cover stars in 2017, the glossy is starting this year off right.
Jennifer Lawrence's pixie cut makes its glossy cover debut.
TGIF. Liu gets her reptile on and we've got photos of Meadham Kirchhoff's Topshop collaboration!
Usually, Terry Richardson's subjects are of the barely-legal, scantily-clad variety (see: Kate Upton), but his latest subject definitely breaks that mold: Oprah Winfrey. The photog shot the media mogul, billionaire and all-around inspirational lady for Harper's Bazaar, and apart from the total lack of any sort of visible nipples or risque photo props, the shoot is pretty standard Terry: High contrast color combos, white background, and all.
We hope your bags and backs are ready because it's nearly that time of year again! That's right--the September issues are upon us! As Candy Pratt's
The 'Natural Hair' movement has been steadily gaining popularity amongst women of color determined to embrace their God-given hair texture, and reject
In the days leading up to Oprah's final episode, which airs today at 4 p.m. EST, much has been made of her style over the 25 years she hosted her epic, game changing talk show. Oprah's style evolved out of the '80s and fluctuated with her weight. But if Oprah established a signature style over the last quarter century on the air, it was on the red carpet, not on the boob tube. Oprah found a silhouette that worked for her on the red carpet--a wide dramatic plunging neckline (often with a stiff collar), a nipped-in waist, and a full ball gown skirt--and stuck to it. A look back at Oprah's signature red carpet look over the years.
The anticipation around Prabal Gurung's AW10 show was almost impossible to live up to. In the past few months, he's gone from a beloved member of the