Chanel Iman and Joan Smalls join Jourdan Dunn on 'Well Dunn With Jourdan Dunn.'
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Looking to learn new recipes that are taught by beautiful people? You're in luck! The third season of Jourdan Dunn's online cooking show, "Well Done With Jourdan Dunn," just premiered and she had two fellow models helping her cook a vegan Thai chili. Chanel Iman and Joan Smalls assisted Jourdan in cutting vegetables and—oh, NBD—reminisced about that time they were all in a Beyonce video. It doesn't seem like a bad way to live, TBH.
Lorde in 'Vogue.'
Lorde's goth-leaning style is more than just a fleeting trend. From the sensible pantsuit she chose for her performance at the Grammys to the glittering, glamorous Tom Ford gown she wore last night at the Brit Awards, her typically dark palette is decidedly not a reflection of doom and gloom and teenage angst. In fact, her onstage outfits indicate an incredibly mature sense of self.
Santigold x Stance socks.
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If this decade's fashions have taught us anything, it’s that socks can make an outfit. The underrated accessory finally had its street-style moment last year after dominating the runway in 2012 (Prada, Bottega Veneta, Victoria Beckham, Michael Kors—the list goes on) and being championed by Rihanna back in 2010. Now, thanks to Santigold, the accessory’s cool stock just went up again.
Hot on the heels of Tom Ford's "knockoff of the knockoff" Molly dresses making their London Fashion Week debut, Beyonce is casting the spotlight yet again in the direction of Jay Z-loving French brand BBP. After performing "XO" at the Brit Awards—her first time back on that stage in 10 years—Bey wore her glittering blue Vrettos Vrettakos dress straight onto the plane. But not before swapping out her Gianmarco Lorenzi heels for sneaker wedges and shrugging on this BBP "Picasso Baby" jacket.
Lorde performs at the 2014 BRIT Awards.
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Rihanna may be the leading advocate for "red carpet goth,” but her peer Lorde is hot on her heels, owning it all awards season long. Remember her dip-dyed fingers at the Grammys? Well, Lorde's look was even darker today at the Brit Awards where she wore a vampy broken disco ball of a floor-length Tom Ford gown. Ella took the black sparkly creation up one notch on the goth scale with the addition of the trusty brick-soled platform boots she’s stepped out wearing many times before and her signature deep purple lipstick. With the exception of her pout, her beauty look was all about her hair—much like her V cover and, you know, always.
Katy Perry performs at the 2014 Brit Awards.
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There are some things about history that you'll never learn in school. Like, for example, what a modern day rave might have looked like in ancient Egypt. Thankfully, Katy Perry was able to fill in that blank during her performance today at the 2014 Brit Awards. After previewing her Egyptian-themed video for "Dark Horse" last week, Perry had all of Britain bowing down before her when she took the stage as the magical, mystical, totally trippy Queen Katy Patra.
Perry Patra descended upon her (mostly) shirtless subjects aboard a golden chariot, as Egyptian queens do, wearing a high-neck, neon leotard with a coordinating jacket that may or may not have been stolen from the tomb of Isis. (JK, it's all custom-made by Nicolas Jebran, and I seriously doubt color technology was this advanced back then anyway.)
Cara Delevingne walking the Giles runway during London Fashion Week and Instagramming.
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IDK about you, but I can barely walk in a straight line without keeping my eyes firmly planted on the ground in front of me. Trying to operate my phone without tripping or stepping into oncoming traffic? Never gonna happen. And thanks to Cara Delevingne, I'm made even more blatantly aware of my lack of motor-skill multitasking.
As if headlining London Fashion Week wasn't impressive enough, Cara filmed herself DURING her runway walks at Giles Deacon's show and posted the footage to her Instagram account. Of course, she made it look super easy and natural, which is why she's a professional model and I'm not (yep, that's the only reason).
The first of her six vids was like a teaser trailer. Cara shows us the backstage lineup, yelling, "It's about to happen, it's about to happen! Oh my gosh, first live video from a catwalk! AHHHHHHH!"
Last night, on his second day hosting The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon was graced with the presence of an angel among men, Mr. Harry Styles. JK, it wasn't really Harry! It was Kristen Wiig wearing her finest British boy-band regalia and chatting with Jimmy about Harry's fave food (carnitas), animal (giraffe), and colour (green). While Harry's answers and missing accent were a little suspect, his look was not. Let's see how Kristen as Harry stacks up against real Harry, shall we?
Will the real Harry Styles please stand up?
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The T-shirt/blazer combo is a throwback to Harry's old style (LOL), before he was a British Style Icon who wore Burberry and Yves Saint Laurent. While he prefers buttoned-up dress shirts with blazers these days, the open jacket, skinny black jeans, and shiny shoes are totally accurate. Kristen's jeans could probably be tighter, but she probably didn't want the blood in her legs to stop circulating.
Lady Gaga and Cam'ron are pretty in pink.
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A pink fur coat is just not something you see every day. I bet most people have never even seen a pink fur coat IRL. So imagine the sheer joy that we experienced when we saw that Lady Gaga stepped out wearing a coat almost identical to Cam'ron's infamous early-aughts mink. Two pink fur coats, two of our fave people. And at the risk of inciting an all-out internet brawl, we're asking: Who wore it better?
Morgan O'Connor for Polo Ralph Lauren and Jimmy Fallon for 'Jarret's Room.'
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I know we just got done with a week of hyping up the new clothes that'll be gracing our closets the next time fall and winter come around, but I wanna rewind to present day for a sec. Have you guys seen the Fall/Winter 2013 campaign for Polo Ralph Lauren? Or I guess, since the campaign itself is actually pretty standard fare for RL—Americana, camping, incongruous brights + herringbone tweed styling choices—the better question is: Have you seen this new model with the dreads (Ford's Morgan O'Connor) who stars in it? And MOST important, is it just me or does he look EXACTLY like Jimmy Fallon's lovable webcast-hosting "Jarret's Room" character?