If a fortune teller had traced Meghan Markle ‘s palms and told her that she’s destined to fall in love with a prince in the future, the 36-year-old would surely have shrugged it off with her now-trademark smile. But on May 19 , the American-born Hollywood star and the Prince of Wales will tie the knot in a history-making ceremony guaranteed to be watched by millions across the globe. Though as the history books show, she isn’t the first actress to have lived a fairy tale-worthy romance. Ahead of the soon-to-be newlyweds’ big day, we delve into the past to chart the American women who were destined to don a tiara. From screen siren Grace Kelly to 1940s pin-up Rita Hayworth, these are the women who jumped straight from the pages of a fairy tale and became real life princesses in one, “I do”. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: 10 things Meghan Markle won’t be allowed to do once she’s a fully-fledged royal Iconic royal weddings from around the world Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding: The date, details and latest news
Beyonce on the cover of Beat magazine, photographed by Ryan McGinley. America’s flag is the new cerulean. It took less than a month for the red, white, and blue spotted on Marc Jacobs’ SS16 runway to start filtering down. Not that it’s gone mass just yet.
What do you get when you combine two great American and British brands? An international sensation of course! Madewell, the sister company to J. Crew, has teamed up with The Cambridge Satchel Company to launch two exclusive bag styles in their traditional 11” satchel, which will come in both pine and russet. Starting this fall, Madewell will begin shipping across the pond to the U.K. Better get yours now before every back to school shopper gets their hands on them first.
Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California. April 1979 & May 2015. Christian Carollo is a man on a mission. The American photographer is following the same journey that his grandparents took over 30 years ago and visiting all of the same places.
Rhode Island-based beauty line, Farmaesthetics, pays homage to the creativity, practicality, and sustainability of American rural life, an aspect of American culture that is oftentimes poked fun of in modern media.