Michelle Obama wore an eye-catching plaid dress while talking about friendship, social media, and parenting at the Obama Foundation summit.
This bachelorette party turned heads in Mexico, and now a photo of the gorgeous women is going viral on Twitter.
Angel Hall made Kayla Barnes a promise to create awareness of the disease that took her life, leukemia.
There’s so much to love about the photos: Charlie, who calls herself a “Chicanx activist” and a “Glamazon” on her Twitter bio, is wearing an off-the-shoulder dress with a black bodice and a full-length, colorful skirt. The photos of the besties have been retweeted and liked thousands of times on Twitter. “I’m so here for these hoops and hair, definitely slayed this look,” wrote one person on Twitter.
Forget Taylor Swift and her squad, this story of three BFFs is going to give you total friendship goals. On Saturday lifelong friends Gladys Butler, Ruth Hammett and Bernice Underwood celebrated turning 100 years old together. According to The Washington Post, the trio were all born in either June or July of 1916, met as children and have been friends ever since.
Good friends can talk about anything, from embarrassing sex tales to intimate health concerns, but when it comes to money, it can be a totally different story. Leadership psychologist and director of the White Water Group, Averil Leimon, believes that women should absolutely be discussing how much they earn, both to ‘egg each other on’ and also to arm themselves with ammunition for better wage negotiations - to close the pay gap and ensure women are getting a fair deal. “Conversations between friends can be very, very open, but it often seems like discussing money is the last taboo,” she tells us.
The ‘90s were a wonderful time: A decade that brought experimentation like tie-die shirts, scrunchies, fanny packs, Doc Martens and grunge-vetted apparel. While some stylings were bigger hits than others, we can’t deny the impact ‘90s fashion has had on the way we dress today. During the ‘90s much of our favourite finds were influenced greatly by quintessential personalities we examined from film, music and TV. Thank you, Rachel Green.
Photo: Terry Richardson/Twitter Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston managed to keep news of their nuptials under the radar. All guests were made to surrender their cameras and phones at the door, though controversial fashion photographer Terry Richardson was there to snap pics of the bride and groom.
In honor of Jennifer Aniston's 46th birthday we’ve gathered some hilarious sound bites she's said over the years about her iconic Rachel haircut.
Taylor Swift is no stranger to boyfriends, but there won’t be one accompanying the singer to the Grammys on Sunday. Instead, she took to Instagram to share with all her Swifties that her childhood BFF, Abigail Anderson, will be joining her. Swift posted this picture on Instagram to announce that Anderson would be joining her at the Grammy Awards. Anderson attended Kansas University on a swimming scholarship.
Jennifer Aniston may have the most famous head of hair in Hollywood, but if you think about it the iconic haircut actually belonged to Rachel Green, her character on “Friends.” When the TV show about six pals living in Manhattan debuted on NBC in 1994, no one could have suspected it would become one of the most popular sitcoms of all time—or that Rachel Green’s evolving haircuts would become the most requested styles in salons. Now with all 10 seasons of “Friends” coming to Netflix on January 1, we can once again relive the show and the enviable hairstyles in chronological order.
Selena Gomez and Jennifer Aniston embrace at a party. Photo: Getty Images Jennifer Aniston , America’s longstanding sweetheart, exudes friendliness. Though she seems like one of the most approachable people,Selena Gomez cowered in fear when she first met Aniston last year. ”I ran away from Jennifer Aniston when she said, ‘Hi,’ I was terrified of her,” Gomez admitted to Radio Disney in 2013 following the pair’s initial near get-together.