The Brazilian supermodel says she opens up about her life, insecurities, and the fight for self-acceptance in “Lessons.”
Mayim Bialik has a long résumé. The mother of two is not only an actress on the hit show The Big Bang Theory but also an author. Bialik burst onto the scene as the title character on the TV show Blossom, playing a teenager and becoming a ’90s style icon with her signature floppy hats. She now plays a scientist, and that’s not far from her real life, as Bialik has a PhD in neuroscience. Bialik sat down with Yahoo Style’s Alexandra Mondalek to see what happened when she “Yahoo’d” herself. ...
The minute Ivanka Trump’s new book, “Women Who Work,” hit store shelves on Tuesday, her loyal sisters jumped on Instagram to support the author. Both Tiffany Trump and Lara Trump posted photos of themselves posing with the book on May 2.
Naya Rivera spills her secrets in a new memoir. Rivera has now chronicled that loaded life – including the revelations that she battled anorexia as a teen and had an abortion she got while on Glee – in her upcoming memoir Sorry Not Sorry, and PEOPLE has an exclusive excerpt before it hits stores. Rivera says she didn’t really realize the severity of her eating disorder until she decided to write about it in her memoir.
Eat Sh*t & Die(T) is hardly your conventional guide to losing weight. Written by Max Cunningham, a UK-based fitness instructor, the book is also not for anyone who’s the least bit offended by a foul-mouth. While the author claims his approach to permanent weight loss is scientifically proven, not all health professionals agree.
Got a thing for chocolate chip cookies? “When nutrient-poor foods are presented not only frequently but positively, they likely contribute to children’s view of them as both normative and desirable,” the study found. "Fruit was the most frequently depicted food, followed by sweetened baked goods, dairy, and vegetables,” the study found.
So many books. So little time. When your bedside table is groaning under the weight of your next-reads, it’s time to do a serious book edit. Thankfully we managed to sneak a chat with exciting new novelist, Laura Powell who’s put together a must-read list for thoroughly modern women. Because there are books – and then there are books…
It’s great to have lots of reading material at home, but stacks and stacks of books tend to take up lots space not to mention and have a habit of looking a little unkept.
If you’re photographer Kelly Klein, a former fashion exec and the ex-wife of Calvin Klein, you spend three years combing your archives and revisiting every memory and shoot as if it happened yesterday. “I’ve done many coffee table books, photography books, and I have never done one with my photographs mainly because I didn’t really know how to do it,” says Klein, who, as an author and editor, has published tomes on singular subjects of interest including Pools, Horse, and Cross. Photographs by Kelly Klein, her latest work, is a lot more personal, and peels back the curtain of her worldly travels and experiences with some of the biggest names in fashion, business, and celebrity. “I started with a lot of fashion photographs and most of them were outtakes.
Whether looking to share a touching memoir or a gorgeous collection of images, these books from 2015 are sure to entertain, inspire, and delight. Related: Holiday Gift Guide #1: Sleek Gifts for Everyone The Best Holiday Subscription Boxes Beauty Advent Calendars for Christmas are Better Than Chocolate
If you’re a fashion and pop culture junkie, or a cinematic daydreamer who often relates real life experiences to those witnessed on film, you’ll love this dreamy new tome by fashion industry icon Hal Rubenstein. The Looks of Love: 50 Moments in Fashion That Inspired Romance, is like VH1′s Pop Up Video in book form, providing little known details and the author’s first hand insights behind everything from Courtney Love’s initial wardrobe choices (she handmade all of those baby doll dresses, btw) to Dior’s elaborate haute couture shows in Paris to how to replicate that iconic gray off-the-shoulder sweatshirt worn by Jennifer Beale in Flashdance. “I don’t think the idea was never not with me,” Rubenstein tells Yahoo Style upon explaining the impetus behind the book. “I have always been fascinated by how powerfully certain pop-cultural images insinuate themselves into our emotional behavior.” Enlisting pals such as Calvin Klein, Debra Messing, John Galliano, and Michael Kors to chime into the conversation, Rubenstein offers a enlightening and gossipy read, a touchstone for anyone who lived through these moments (or wishes that they had). As for his favorite moments? “I won’t ever forget the hysteria of John Galliano freaking everyone out at Versailles with his Amazonian warrior collection for Dior inspired by The Matrix,” he says. “I had the pleasure of introducing my friend Versace to South Beach.
Lucille Ball was actually a natural brunette. British author Jacky Colliss Harvey, a lifelong ginger and a museum publisher, decided to do something about these myths that have shaped her entire life.
For one year, the Dannemiller family gave up buying any unnecessary purchases. “By focusing on experiences instead of purchases, we grew together in faith as a family, we were able to serve others, we were able to give more of our time and treasure to people who really need it,” he says.
As New York Fashion Week revs up, we usually look to the front row for the latest gossip — but in fashion writer Amy Odell’s debut book, Tales From the Back Row, we look to the back row — or “Canada,” as Odell puts it. Odell started her fashion journalism career as The Cut’s first fashion blogger, but before that, she was party reporting for New York and working as an editorial assistant for Jewcy.com.
Changing your image can help you climb up the social hierarchy, or it can bring you down and topple dynasties.
“Many women and men around the world struggle with body acceptance and self-love instead of embracing every curve they represent.”
Kate Betts, the youngest editor in chief of Harper's Bazaar, talks to Yahoo Beauty about her new book, My Paris Dream.
We both love to read and love to write, but honestly, for a long time I thought of writing a book as this really cool thing that other people got to do,” Cocks tells Yahoo Style. Yahoo Style: The Royal We is a novel, but did any real-life experiences make their way into the story? Heather Cocks: There are always bits and pieces of us in our novels—never, we hope, in a way that’s distracting—just as fun little Easter eggs for the people who know us best. Jessica Morgan: And obviously, certain events in the book are based on real life events that happened to Prince William and Kate Middleton, at least as well as we know it, in terms of certain signposts in their relationship.
This fall also marks my 25th anniversary living in New York City, after arriving here from Toronto with my dad (and grandmother) in an Oldsmobile station wagon overloaded with mementos, college clothes and one of the first Mac green screen computers. I was on a mission: to become a fashion magazine editor.
Lauren Conrad at the John Freda Beach Blonde relaunch party. Getty Images It was 25-degrees in New York day and I was sick. But I was also supposed to meetLauren Conrad —and nothing was going to stop me. (Unbeknownst to her, this wasn’t the first time we met.