Our I'm a Huge Fan Kate Hudson winner has taken on the striptease workout like Kate, learned her love expert lessons, and had the hot makeover, so all that stands between Kyla and her favorite celebrity is a quiz from Something Borrowed author Emily Giffin! After acing the quiz, it's Kate Hudson time! The actress is glowing and gorgeous in her second pregnancy, talking about her acting family — including Ryder's tendency toward the craft and mom Goldie Hawn's best advice — what's fun about being a girl, her California style, and her own memories of pulling out the Salt-n-Pepa dance moves her character performs in the movie. Enjoy the I'm a Huge Fan finale and Something Borrowed, which is out this weekend.
Posts for May 6th 2011
Fabrice Penot, one half of the duo behind cult perfume label Le Labo, was the center of attention at Barneys New York earlier this week to launch their latest scent, Santal 33. Each bottle is hand-mixed when it's purchased, and Penot walked us through Le Labo's unique on-the-spot creation process. Even Barneys's creative director at large, Simon Doonan, was excited to see what Fabrice and the shop's on-hand perfume mixer, Marcus, concocted before our eyes.
We don't cover much men's grooming around these parts, but we'll make an exception for F.S.C. Barber. The two New York locations are popular among ruggedly stylish guys, and now F.S.C. Barber has expanded to the West Coast with a 1,200-square-foot spot in San Francisco's Mission District. Offering straight-razor shaves, classic cuts, and an old-timey atmosphere, the spot already had a waiting list on its first official day of business. Read on for a glimpse inside.
696 Valencia St., San Francisco, 415-621-9000
For the Hollywood premiere of Jumping the Broom, Eva Marcille walked the red carpet looking chic and summery in a printed maxi dress and gold statement earrings. The look was highlighted by Eva's shimmery brick-red eye shadow, mile-long lashes, and bright coral lipstick. The hue played perfectly against her flawless skin, and If you're coveting Eva's cool pop of color, you can achieve the same look with Elizabeth Arden Exceptional Lipstick in Neoclassical Coral ($20) or Revlon Super Lustrous Creme Lipstick in Kiss Me Coral ($8). Complement the color with a bronzer-blush duo, subtle bronze and coral shadows, and two coats of inky black mascara to both the top and bottom lashes.
We're excited to present this story from Allure:
Perfectly pristine with sheer scarves and tidy neck ties (don't forget the necessary bag of peanuts), a flight attendant's appearance has always been somewhat of a focus. But is it possible that the sky high beauty standard has become unattainable? American Airlines recently launched a competition to find good-looking male and female crew members to appear as models in a photoshoot for the airline. Flight attendants were asked to go online and vote for the most attractive participants, all of whom sported the airline's newly designed scarves, ties, and striped shirts.
Union bosses are already attempting to put an end to this unlikely beauty pageant, but it made me wonder: While a neat and organized flight crew may give us an added sense of security as we take off, do we really need them to be Miss (or Mr.) America gorgeous? What do you think? Should flight attendants have to be beautiful?