Month: October 2020

Aaron J. ThorntonGetty Images The pandemic might prevent big celebrity Halloween gatherings, but that doesn’t mean our favorite creative entertainers can’t get spooky on social media. Lizzo might have just won the unofficial Instagram celebrity costume contest with this one: the fly on Mike Pence’s head during the 2020 vice presidential debate. She even topped
0 Comments
Few people go as all out for Halloween than the Kardashian-Jenner family. Last night, Kim Kardashian debuted her family’s first costume of the season, and it was Tiger King-themed. Kardashian dressed as Carole Baskin, while Jonathan Cheban went as Baskin’s rival Joe Exotic. Kardashian’s four children North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm West were tigers. How
0 Comments
On January 3, 2019, a record-shattering 102 women were sworn in as members of the U.S. House of Representatives. The Democratic side of the aisle—with 35 brand-new female members—sparkled with vibrant skirts and blouses; one member wore a hijab, another a traditional Pueblo dress. On the Republican side, a sea of navy, gray, and black
0 Comments
The latest, sure-to-be-sold-out collection from Beyoncé and sportswear giant Adidas is officially on the way. Yesterday, the official Ivy Park social media channels shared first-look images of Beyoncé modeling the newest gear, and in traditional Bey fashion, she looked absolutely stunning in the series of campaign photos. Keeping her makeup fresh and neutral and her
0 Comments
I often joke that this year, I work in a field called called “gynechiatry”—a mix of gynecology and psychiatry. It’s normal for patients to share intimate, often anxiety-provoking parts of their lives with their OB-GYNs, including details they don’t even tell their closest friends and family members. Yet I’ve never had as many patients cry
0 Comments
“I don’t think I’ve ever done a refined thing in my life,” says Jameela Jamil. This is cool but also tricky, because she’s an ambassador for H&M Studio’s Refined Rebel collection, which is out now and jammed—much like Jameela—with bright and bold ideas. “Can I respectfully pass on being refined?” She laughs. Sure, but thankfully,
0 Comments
Frazer HarrisonGetty Images Since the start of the pandemic in March, the fashion industry has been devastated in more ways than one. Cushnie, the beloved fashion brand known for its sleek, demure designs, is the latest victim to succumb to COVID-19’s damaging affects. Today, designer Carly Cushnie announced that she’s been forced to shut down
0 Comments
Spoilers for Netflix’s Holidate ahead. With the first two R-rated words of Holidate (“fucking holidays”), Netflix’s festive programming has officially begun. Their first film of the season debuted on October 28 and stars Emma Roberts as Sloane and Luke Bracey as Jackson—two holiday-weary singletons looking for platonic plus ones. They meet in a department store,
0 Comments
Courtesy of Rebag / PAUL DE LUNA Since Rebag’s founding in 2014, the reseller site has built a small empire of gently-used designer used bags, everything from vintage Fendi to one-of-a-kind Hermès Birkins. Earlier this year, they launched a selection of accessories, and now the company is expanding even further by venturing into watches and
0 Comments
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and ELLE Editor-in-Chief Nina Garcia has partnered with AiRS (Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery) Foundation to speak about her own experience. Garcia, who underwent a preventative double mastectomy last year, serves as an ambassador for the non-profit. Founded by Janet Denlinger, Morgan Hare, and Dr. Rod Rohrich, the organization financially
0 Comments
The to-do list? Long. Organization game? Strong. But, Queen Naija gets things done. On today’s Waking Up With, the “Medicine” singer takes us through her jam-packed morning. It starts with daily devotionals and a quick skincare routine. Her product lineup comes from Black-owned businesses including Ancient Cosmetics, The Glow Collection, and Fenty Beauty. From there,
0 Comments
Allison Mack Jemal CountessGetty Images Detailed information about the inner workings of upstate New York’s so-called “sex cult” continue to be revealed as federal prosecutors pursue cases against its highest-ranking members, including the group’s leader, Keith Raniere, who was found guilty of sex trafficking and forced labor charges. An investigative journalist from the Times Union
0 Comments