What better way to celebrate Women Crush Wednesday than with two of our favourite women: Emma Watson and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau.
Male makeup gurus are having a moment, and James Charles, a 17-year-old YouTube sensation, is adding another, as CoverGirl's first cover boy.
As Kim Kardashian and Kanye West prepared for their first child in 2013, they vowed to keep their child out of the spotlight. “This is my baby," said the rapper. "This isn't America's baby." But reality kicked in, and Kim no longer hides North's toys, or her daughter, from the ever-rolling cameras. Saint hasn't been quite as visible — yet.
The big day has finally arrived. The weather is perfect, you woke up looking fresh and ready to say “I do” and everything seems to be coming together as planned. And then you go to put on your dress and… snap, the zipper breaks.
Last week, model Gigi Hadid came under fire after “notorious prankster” Vitalii Sediuk grabbed her in the streets of Milan as she was exiting the Max Mara show. From there, the headlines began: “Not model behavior” and “Gigi gets violent.” But wasn’t Hadid merely defending herself? Immediately after the incident, Hadid took to Twitter to discuss her actions, saying she had “every right” to fight off her attacker and “how dare that idiot” think he has “the right to man-handle a complete stranger.” Even still, many were quick to judge her reaction, claiming Sediuk was known for being a prankster and had committed similar acts against other celebrities in the past –he’s also been credited with kissing Will Smith, accosting Leonardo DiCaprio, breaking Brad Pitt’s glasses and knocking over Kim Kardashian.
It was an ordinary day at Walmart for Erika Burch, who was picking up some groceries for her kids when she saw something out of the ordinary. “She [was] begging him to stop! She was saying ‘please stop, I promise I won’t do it again please stop!’” wrote Burch in a Facebook post that has since gone viral.