Yara Shahidi, Miley Cyrus, & More

This week, New York Fashion week commenced and the celebs were ready to show us their best looks. Grown-ish star Yara Shahidi glossed her lips with Dior’s Rogue in shade 999 as she got camera-ready to attend the heritage house’s show. Alessandra Ambrosio showed off her cascade of chestnut tresses backstage before dominating the runway … Read more

The 9 Best Instagram Looks of the Week: Zendaya & Timothée Chalamet

Zendaya kicked off Venice Film Festival in a custom Balmain dress accompanied by a Bulgari Serpenti necklace. Paired with the actresses’ slicked back hair, the nude gown’s seemingly wet look—similar to designer Di Pesta’s Kylie Jenner-approved styles—evoked the image of a greek goddess emerging fresh from the water. It’s the type of look that only … Read more

How to Watch the 2021 MTV VMAs

The MTV VMAs are upon us yet again, returning to their former glory at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Some things will be updated, of course, including strict COVID-19 protocols (that actually led Lorde to scrap her planned multi-person dance performance) and a redesign of the awards’ iconic moon-person statue by artist Kehinde Wiley. The 2021 VMAs … Read more

NTAs 2021: Stars arrive on red carpet ahead of ceremony

Stars of the small screen were out in force for the National Television Awards, held at London‘s 02 Arena on Wednesday night.    And Holly Willoughby brought the glamour to the ceremony as she joined the likes of Emily Atack, Maya Jama, Ferne McCann, Billie Faiers, Maura Higgins and Kate Garraway on the red carpet. The This … Read more

How Hollywood Sold Out to China

Even if there were numerous studios who didn’t want to play ball with China, some would. Guaranteed. And as soon as they did, and they reaped enormous financial rewards for it, those other studios were on notice. It became harder and harder for them to say no. And if they were publicly traded or owned … Read more

‘Azor’ Offers Up a Chilling Look at Argentina’s Dirty War—Plus, Three More Things to Watch This Weekend

The supporting actors are the true highlights here—Ines with her ambition and calculating coldness; a boorish lawyer for the nouveau riche; and a particularly creepy and soft-spoken monsignor. Paul Courlet’s spare, discordant, shifty score sets the mood of intrigue. Speaking of intrigue: The film’s marketing name-checks Graham Greene and John le Carré, but instead of … Read more

Christian Streetwear Brands Mix Faith and Commerce

Yet the phenomenon of faith-based brands using codes from the streetwear world to grow a Christian community of people wearing their faith on their sleeve is relatively new, at least on a mass-market scale. Designers like Jerry Lorenzo of Fear of God have been pioneering Christian messaging through high-end streetwear brands for years, but now … Read more

Diamond Engagement Ring Shopping 101: 5 Things To Know

If there’s one type of shopping that is rarely done but still bears excitement, that’s engagement ring shopping! Looking for engagement rings can be a euphoric and crazy time for everyone involved. An engagement ring has always been perceived as a sign of committing to a lifetime with your partner. Moreover, browsing around these sparkly … Read more