What better way to face 2018 than with an updated look?
We’re not talking about an entire closet upheaval! Slight wardrobe tweaks can go a long way.
‘I’ve always said jewelry is the GPS of your look,’ said celeb stylist Phillip Bloch. ‘This year make a statement by taking it to new levels – bigger is better.’
Oversize earrings and necklaces are in this season, but Phillip suggests ‘keeping the outfit more mild than wild..don’t fall victim to the current trend of piling every trend on top of one look.’
Modernize a go-to ensemble with a hat. ‘Raspberry… Read More
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The Golden Globes red carpet has been home to many iconic fashion moments, but this year’s pre-award show promenade will be fueled by one mantra: don’t stand out, stand up.
Black dresses will rule the red carpet at Sunday’s Golden Globes in a show of solidarity for the mission of anti-sexual harassment group Time’s Up.
“Honestly, for this, it wouldn’t be an option to not wear black,” Welch said. “I can’t imagine working [with] an actor who wouldn’t want to support this.”
Celebrity stylist Phillip Bloch agrees, saying straying from black would be an… Read More
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On the heels of several major Hollywood sexual harassment and assault scandals in 2017, including the multiple rape allegations against comedian Bill Cosby and the reports of decades of abuse against women by producer Harvey Weinstein, more than 300 actresses and other entertainment professionals co-founded the Time’s Up initiative in December to combat systemic sexism in the industry and beyond. The red carpet blackout and black-and-white Time’s Up buttons worn by many were the first major public act of the initiative, which also has raised more than $15 million for a legal fund… Read More
If President Donald Trump is known as the Twitter president, then Melania Trump is more aptly the Instagram First Lady, according to social media expert Jennifer Golbeck, an associate professor at the University of Maryland.
Golbeck analyzed Melania’s Instagram and Twitter use during the first year of the Trump Administration to determine her public communication style. She told The Washington Post that there are clear distinctions in how Melania portrays her image as a First Lady—like her official portrait compared to former First Ladies. Golbeck called it “really very lovely but different from some of the others, which show more… Read More
The relatively quiet first lady is very different from her husband when it comes to their public communication styles, said Jennifer Golbeck, an associate professor at the University of Maryland at College Park and an expert in social media. If he is the Twitter president, she is the Instagram first lady.
Trump’s professional background as a model comes through in the photos, said Goldbeck, who analyzed the first lady’s postings on Twitter and Instagram over the past year.
“She’s very comfortable in front of a camera,” Goldbeck said. Her use of social media is “very formal. She’s trying as much… Read More