It looks like Iggy Azalea's reign is just getting started. Her song "Fancy" has been dominating the charts since its release (six weeks at #1 on the Billboard chart!) and now she's moving on to major magazines. The Australian rapper just landed a Cosmopolitan cover in her home country and it's a stunner. Her beauty look, a soft cat-eye with a pink pout and full brows, might be the best we've seen on Iggy yet. Just saying, if Cara Delevingne needs a partner for her potential tweezer line, she should hook up with Iggy.
Cue Mendelssohn's 'Wedding March.'
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We gotta hand it to her: Lady Gaga doesn't always dress in the most ~seasonally appropriate~ manner, but at least the bridal attire she was casually wearing to take a stroll around Montreal made sense—it is wedding season, after all.
Gaga put on her wedding day finest for a surprise performance with Tony Bennett at the Montreal Jazz Festival, where they performed a few songs off of their upcoming album, Cheek to Cheek. Like anyone else, Gaga appeared to have asked herself, "What shall I wear to duet with a legendary 87-year-old crooner?" And the answer was quite obviously a wedding dress. And a floor-length tulle veil. And a crystal tiara. Obviously.
'TRL' and the 2000s in a nutshell.
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Today is the day! Are you ready for Total Ariana Live tonight at 7 p.m. on MTV? We definitely are. Not only is there going to be a stripped-down version of "Problem" (which I haven't been able to get out of my head all summer FYI), we'll also hear a brand new song from the pint-size powerhouse: "Break Free." What's more is that we're totally stoked about TRL coming back! (Or this ~Ariana~ version of it, at least.) You know TRL, the decade-long mainstay that invited the biggest celebrities and performers straight into your living room? Years before Belieber Fever swept the nation or 5 Seconds of Summer penned their ode to skivvies, and when Miley was living a double life as Hannah Montana.
Because we're feeling nostalgic, we gathered a collection of photos from some of our favorite style moments (most of these are from the Carson Daly years, because he's the prince of TRL).
Jay and Bey in 2002; Nick and Jessica in 2000
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While Justin and Britney might have pioneered the look, they weren't the only couple's matching. Jay Z and Beyonce were double-denim mirror images of each other years before they actually became a couple. Sometimes you're just on the same wavelength, you know? Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey also wore matching black tees and leather pants.
Carson Daly and Jimmy Fallon in 2002
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Honorable mention goes to Jimmy Fallon and Carson Daly.
So, if you watched the new episode of Teen Wolf on Monday, you know there's a new baddie in town. Actually, there are multiple baddies and they go by the name of Berserkers. They may have only made a brief appearance so far, but these dudes are obviously tough. Barbara Vazquez, Teen Wolf's costume designer, broke down their costumes for us, which include hand-painted, blood-splattered pants. The details, you guys—they're cray.
Last summer, Katy Perry went ALL out to promote her new Killer Queen fragrance (think: corsets, canes, and powdered wigs) and just when we thought all the amazingness was over, KP recently revealed she would be releasing another "sassy sapphire sister" scent called Royal Revolution. Before today, we only peeped the super-sleek silver and blue bottle, but Katy just posted the first pic from her fragrance campaign on Instagram, and we're so ready to see her take over the throne, y'all.
A$AP Mob in 'GQ.'
With its lively history and growing creative network, Harlem is hot right now. For the July issue, GQ decided to highlight the neighborhood using locals who may know a thing or two about it—enter A$AP Mob and Cam'ron.
The A$AP Mob, who were a natural fit for the feature not only because they've curated a book on the topic but also because they've added to Harlem's fashion-forward legacy, brought their A-game (heh) to the shoot. Posted up at the Apollo, Rocky, Ferg, and the rest of their crew make suits styled with T-shirts seem like an easy look to pull off. Rocky wears a suit by Balenciaga with a Billionaire Boys Club hoodie, and checkered Vans, meanwhile Ferg reps Boss and pairs his suit with a Bellerose T-shirt, Borsalino hat, and jewelry by David Yurman. Rocky also broke down his style for GQ, saying, "Harlem has always been known for its swagger and pizzazz. I get my high-end look downtown, but my street style comes from uptown." It's definitely working for you, dude—keep that combo going.
Cop Lydia's H&M dress for yourself!
Lydia Martin hates pants and loves florals. While you may have suspected that if you've ever seen Teen Wolf, it was confirmed by Holland Roden (who plays Lydia) and Teen Wolf's costume designer Barbara Vazquez when we spoke to them earlier this season. With that in mind, how quintessentially Lydia was her outfit on last night's episode? A floral dress? It doesn't get more LM than that, TBH. The best part of her look? You can get it for yourself for under $25.
God bless America.
No one is more excited for the Fourth of July—the glorious holiday where everybody shoots off illegal fireworks and eats too many hamburgers in celebration of America's independence—than Ariana Grande.
Yesterday while taping her performance for the annual Macy's 4th of July Spectacular, she took the patriotic dress code to heart by wearing a very festive party skirt in a stars and stripes print that resembled both a flag and the kind of picnic tablecloth your mom uses on the Fourth of July. She paired it with an understated white crop top, her signature top pony, and probably these boots, but we'll all just have to tune in to the performance to know for sure.
The newest Kanye x A.P.C. collection.
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Yeezy season is truly approaching, y'all! Kanye West and A.P.C.'s long-awaited second collection finally got its release date and it's soon—like July 17 soon. Back in January, we got the first look at 'Ye's much more developed, military-inspired followup for the French basics brand. If you're already familiar with how (artistically) unpredictable Kanye is, it won't come as a shock that he made a ton of changes to the collection, adding and dropping pieces, right up until the last minute. "What happened at the end is exactly what he does to his own records," A.P.C.'s Jean Touitou told Style.com. "So I didn’t take it personally—like when it’s something he makes, and ten days before it drops, and then he wants to start from scratch."
Miley Cyrus and Rita Ora ~taste the rainbow~.
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Technicolor hair is in the air, y'all. Yesterday, both Miley Cyrus and Rita Ora traded in their platinum locks for insanely awesome rainbow-colored hair. Miley debuted her "new liewkkk" on Instagram, which featured strands dyed (literally) every shade in the color spectrum. (Also, remember long-haired Miley? Awwww.) She paired her out-of-this-world wig with a makeup-free face and, um, not to get all stalker-y, but we're 99% sure she copped her colorful weave from Party City for only $17. (NYC Pride Parade 2015, here we come.)