A new month means new beauty products and November is rocking our socks off in the cosmetics department. Nude by Nature has launched a decadent skincare range that comes at a price point we can all indulge in, and Nars wows with a collaboration with infamous photographer Guy Bourdin. COVERGIRL's best-selling mascara has had a makeover, and get ready for the next phase of no-water hair washing — dry conditioner. Step right in to see 25 new beauty products you need to know about.
Minimalist beauty may definitely be a trend for Milan Fashion Week Spring 2014, and Roberto Cavalli is going right along with it. His models wore barely-there makeup as they walked down the runway clad in glamorous fashions. Flawless skin, brushed-up brows, and a swipe or two of mascara was all it took to make their natural beauty shine. Hair was kept down and centre-parted, and was slicked down from the part to the ears.
If sexy's what you seek, look no further than Roberto Cavalli. But for Spring 2014, the Italian label wasn’t just about "sexy." At yesterday's Milan show, the designer sent his powerful models down the runway in retro Old Hollywood gowns, glamorous fur stoles, tough-girl biker jackets, and some of the fiercest pastels we've ever seen.
Now we aren't actually suggesting diamante's are the devil, but we feel they have a time and place — and that place is to punctuate a chic Roberto Cavalli ear cuff, or to off-set a bejwelled bib necklace. So if you're not the sparkly tiara type, and you've got a ring on it, then this gallery is for you — step inside for wedding-appropriate ear cuffs, oh-my-god necklaces and simple and sweet bracelets you'll be wearing long past your I-Dos.
When it comes to picking out a sexy gown, Irina Shayk and Beyoncé appear to have the same taste. Irina was the first to don her black Roberto Cavalli cut-out dress at the All Is Lost premiere at the Cannes Film Festival back in May. Then, last night, Beyoncé chose the same plunging gown in white for the 10th anniversary party of husband, Jay Z's 40/40 club in NYC. Irina's gown was definitely on the more revealing side, while Beyoncé's look blended sexy with ethereal. Both ladies clearly let their gown do all the talking — and really, that's all they needed. So take a good look at these two in their Roberto Cavalli gowns, then tell us, which bombshell's take do you prefer?
With a rocker dad and a model mother, you could say Georgia May Jagger knows a thing or two about fashion and beauty. And as the new face of Roberto Cavalli's Just Cavalli fragrance, Georgia has an abundance of perfume, makeup, and style tips to share. Georgia chatted with us from across the pond and discussed everything from her beauty must haves and the best piece of advice she's ever received to how her mum and dad have influenced her look. We can't wait for the release of her fragance to hit our shelves, so keep your eyes peeled!
Milan Fashion Week wraps tomorrow, but before we move on to Paris, let's take in all the glamorous looks from the front-row fashion pack. Most recently, we spotted Ashley Greene looking cool in an icy-hued ensemble at the Salvatore Ferragamo show. Before that, Olivia Palermo made a posh arrival at Roberto Cavalli in a fur collar, printed coat, and black leather pants, while Fergie made her way to Giorgio Armani's show in a white suit. Step inside to see all the celebrities lining MFW's front rows.
Roberto Cavalli conjures up a tougher kind of cool girl for Autumn Winter 2013. Instead of overt sexiness, this is a more androgynous brand of glamour, with monochromatic print on print and gowns that trade curvaceous overtures for subtle revelations of skin with sheer paneling and form-grazing — rather than form-flaunting — cuts. There's something boyish in the suiting and more modest cuts, but none of it is any less striking, any less luxe, or any less glam. Thanks to multi-coloured furry toppers, studs, and brocades, Cavalli's girl is just as much the rock-and-roll goddess she's always been.
Milan Fashion Week kicked off earlier this week, and we have already been inundated with an array of glamorous looks from the front-row fashion pack. Most recently, we've spotted Olivia Palermo making a posh arrival at Roberto Cavalli in a fur collar, printed coat, and black leather pants. Before that, at the Vogue Talents party held at the Palazzo Morando, Jessica Stam, Anna Dello Russo, and Anna Wintour all looked exquisite during their night on the town. Jessica went the menswear route complete with a bow tie, while both Annas embraced their love of prints. Step inside to see all the celebrities lining MFW's front rows thus far.
Call it wanderlust on fire. Roberto Cavalli's Fall 2013 show for Just Cavalli took its audience on a walk to exotic locales across Asia. But the journey was briefly interrupted when an antifur protestor stormed the catwalk — a long, raised black stage with digital flames licking the sides — holding a sign with the slogan "Your Fashion, Their Death."
After security removed her from the runway, the show progressed with wild pattern combinations: one cream sweater had sleeves cut from a quilted pagoda print and was paired with tiger-print trousers. Some looks were accented with colorful tassels worn as necklaces. A few pieces in a blue peony print looked sweet, but the red dress depicting a gold dragon swimming through orange flames had a decidedly tougher aura.
As for the fur pieces that were being protested, there was no shortage of those. A blue-and-cream colour-blocked fur coat came down the runway, and red strands of fur trimmed a parka in a red and black brocade.