Justin Bieber and his new knight tattoo.
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It's getting to the point where it feels like Justin Bieber is getting a new tattoo every other week. That's not true, of course; it's more like every other month, but STILL, being major commitment-phobes, we're surprised and excited every time Biebs turns up with yet another new piece of permanent ink. Looks like Justin's continuing to fill up that left forearm (presumably working toward a full-blown sleeve) with his newest addition: a nearly full-body portrait of some sort of medieval knight character.
Behold, a sneak peek of Miley's 'We Can't Stop' video!
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Today might be Monday (womp womp), but it's definitely NOT any ordinary Monday, because this morning marks the premiere of Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" single! We've been counting down the days ever since the singer's huge announcement at the Billboard Awards, and now it's finally arrived. While the track is awesome enough in itself—after all, we've been waiting for new Miley music for what feels like FOREVER—it gets even better, because a music video is on its way! Yep, the star teased images from her forthcoming project on Twitter over the weekend, saying, "#WECANTSTOP #tWERK" alongside the image above.
Beyonce performs for "Chime For Change" concert.
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When one of the founders of a charity initiative (for example, Chime For Change) is a renowned fashion designer (like Gucci's Frida Giannini) and said organization puts together a gigantic concert ("The Sound of Change Live") boasting a lineup of over 10 performing acts and even more celeb-studded guest appearances AND the legendary design house is footing the bill for the entire production, you can BET that just about everyone at that event will be wearing that founder's designs. And that's exactly what happened this weekend in London at Chime For Change's star-spangled charity concert. What's more, we're preeeetty sure no one wore more Gucci than the concert headliner and fellow co-founder Beyonce. Before getting on stage, King Bey kicked off the event on the red carpet in a silver and beige sequined animal print mini shift with a kind of bateau neckline and long sleeves. Her hair was a lighter blonde than we've seen IRL in a while, swept to the side Veronica Lake style, and her lips were a glossy dark burgundy—very vampy.
• Taylor Swift announced her new fragrance, Taylor By Taylor Swift. Unlike her two previous scents, the pop star promises her namesake perfume will reflect more of her own personality.
• Miley Cyrus looked amazing in a pair of Chanel suspenders, and they looked awfully familiar. Why? Because Rihanna had worn them before, of course!
• We're so excited for Miley's return to music, and her video for "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks" with Snoop Lion was the perfect appetizer before she drops her single next week!
• Gorgy Demi Lovato always looks beautiful, and we love her demure Nylon Magazine look.
• Adam Lambert went 'Ali Baba Superstar' for the Life Ball! And it was completely and utterly fabulous.
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Dwyane Wade and his stylist Calyann Barnett.
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When it comes to the unique (but growing) intersection of sports, more specifically basketball, and fashion, there is one dude who consistently slays, always dressing a cut above the rest: Dwyane Wade. The Miami Heat point guard was one of the first to start wearing "nerdy" thick-rimmed glasses to the post-game podium, helping jumpstart and trend within the league. From there, he's catapulted to bona fide style star status, appearing alongside our girl Karlie Kloss in Vogue (granted, he's shirtless), collaborating on dress shoes (not just sneakers!), and hosting his own charity runway show. Of course, it's important to note that he does this all with the help of one very talented lady who was the catalyst for his fashion overhaul, his stylist Calyann Barnett. We caught up with Barnett for a quick chat about Flash's wave-making style as we look forward to aaaaall the amped up post-game podium looks to come while the Heat forge ahead on their quest for another go-around at NBA Finals glory. Check it out!
There are so many things to look forward to about The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, but of course we're most focused on the COSTUMES, and in particular, the rich, eccentric fashion of the Capitol. We're not alone in that, and to quench our desperate thirst for more peeks at the opulent amazingness that are the Capitol costumes, the filmmakers have relaunched their Capitol Couture Tumblr—this time with more info than ever! The site, which will post a new collection of content, or issue, every season, features character profiles, guides to Capitol fashion, and designer profiles—just to name a few things on this rich site. (Be warned: You really can just explore for hours.) We showed you the site's Capitol portraits, but at the time we had no idea how much more Capitol fashion we would be getting! As you know, costume designer Trish Summerville is pulling the looks for the Capitol straight from the runway, and so there's A LOT for us to look forward to. So far we know that the designer has pulled everyone from Alexander McQueen to Tex Saverio and, in the inaugural issue of Capitol Couture Issue One: Chroma Nouveau, there's even an interview with Nicholas K.
Justin Bieber's Girlfriend and Lady Gaga's Fame are both nominated for The Fragrance Foundation Consumer Choice Awards.
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Whose perfume do you like best? Justin Bieber's subtly sweet Girlfriend or Lady Gaga's mysterious black liquid Fame? Well, thanks to The Fragrance Foundation and their Consumer Choice Awards you now have a platform to make your scent preferences known. Biebs and Gagaloo's major 2012 perfume releases are nominated for this year's Favorite Women's Fragrance alongside heavy-hitters Chanel Coco Noir, Dot Marc Jacobs, Gucci Premiere, and Lancome La Vie est Belle. The best part? You can vote!
Whew! We don't know about you guys, but we've been having some serious Jared Leto withdrawal. Lucky, he's back in the limelight thanks to the release of his 30 Seconds to Mars album Love Lust Faith + Dreams last week, and we could NOT be happier. Most recently, he hooked up with menswear retail site Mr. Porter to show off some of their latest minimally-chic duds in a killer black and white spread, and, well, we're basically dead now. Long gone are the days of punky Mohawks and blue tinted tips—Jared went au naturel and pulled his brunette strands back into a non-fussy ponytail. He sported Cutler and Gross shades with an ombre Paul Smith button-up shirt and Alexander Wang crewneck sweatshirt.
Selena Gomez and Kelly Rowland both wore suspender pants.
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Take notes, ladies. Suspenders are trending, and we can thank Selena Gomez and Kelly Rowland for the latest iteration of the look. Just a few days ago, we spotted Miley Cyrus working the flipped colorway of the very same Chanel suspenders Rihanna wore on the cover of Complex. NOW, we're pitting Sel and Kel and their similarly strapped steez (try saying that three times fast!) against each other. Why two suspenders questions in one week? Because rather than using the accessories for their intended function—holding up your pants as a kind of belt substitute—Gomez and Rowland's are purely decorative, slung from their shoulders and dangling around their hips.
'Teen Wolf' stan swag!
OH. MY. GAH. It's only T-minus 3 days until the season 3 premiere of Teen Wolf (!!!), and we could NOT be more pumped for its killer (heh) return. We can't wait to see Scott and the gang back on our small screen, and to celebrate, we've rounded up some seriously stylish options to show off your werewolf fandom come Monday. Now, this isn't the typical wear-the-name-of-the-show-on-your-shirt steez--we wanted to pick some pieces that you'd actually sport IRL. One of our personal favorites is this "Sourwolf" necklace, which commemorates one (of many) amazing quotes by Stiles. ("Don't be such a sour wolf!") Only true Teen Wolf stans will get the reference, and, of course, we're obsessed with that.