Celebrity Fashion, Style & BeautyMay 21, 2013
Cheryl Cole is determined to improve her beauty regime in the new year.
The 'Promise This' singer admits she can be a bit slack when it comes to removing her make-up after a night out but has vowed to take more care in the future because she hates how it leaves her skin feeling.
Elisa Sednaoui has become the new face of Giorgio Armani.
The model-and-actress - who has previously worked for Diane von Furstenberg and Diesel - replaces Lithuanian beauty Edita Vilkeviciute in the spring/summer 2011 campaign, which was shot in London by Nick Knight and will be unveiled in February.
Alberta Ferretti plans to use "real women" to model her new collection.
A team including actresses Camilla Belle and Talulah Riley, singer Olivia Ong, author Katy Saunders, Italian socialites, a family lawyer and a blogger will take to the catwalk to show the Italian fashion designer's new limited collection at the 79th edition of the giant fashion tradeshow Pitti Uomo on January 11.
Taylor Momsen has been dropped by her modeling agency.
The actress-and-singer was signed by IMG at the age of 14 but bosses have reportedly tired of her rebellious antics - which led to her extended hiatus from TV show 'Gossip Girl' - and taken her off their books.
Marina Diamondis of Marina and the Diamonds has become the new face of Max Factor.
The British beauty - famed for her unique sense of style and love of bright colors - will represent the brand's Max Color Effect Range.
Kate Moss is astonished at how long her career has lasted.
The 36-year-old beauty has been modeling since she was discovered when she was just 14 and admits she still can't see a day when she will be ready to retire.
Kate Middleton is set to chose a relatively unknown designer to create her wedding dress.
The future British queen is due to marry Prince William next April and while all the world's designers are queuing up to make her gown for the big day, it is thought she may go with a smaller name.
Marc Jacobs has chosen a transgender model to front his Marc by Marc Jacobs spring/summer 2011 campaign.
Blonde-haired Andrej Pejic recently shot the campaign in Marrakech, Morocco, with renowned photographer Juergen Teller and will appear alongside Ginta Lapina in the ads.
Michelle Obama stunned the fashion world by wearing a vintage dress to a high profile public event last night (19.12.10).
The wife of US President Barack Obama - who wore a black lace outfit by the late designer Norman Norell to the Christmas in Washington concert - is believed to be the only US First Lady to ever wear a second hand gown for an official engagement.
Carine Roitfield passed on fashion tips to her daughter.
Stylish Carine - who has just announced her resignation from her role as French Vogue editor-in-chief - was an important influence on daughter Julia Restoin-Roitfield when she was growing up according to the model and art director.