Olympian Lolo Jones is reflecting on her honesty when it comes to being a virgin, and how it "killed" her dating life.
Adam Rippon, the Olympian figure skater who helped Team U.S.A. win bronze in the PyeongChang Winter Games, showed up on Sunday for the 90th Academy Awards wearing a little less glitter and a little more leather.
Ivanka Trump has landed in South Korea, where she's already enjoyed a kosher meal with President Moon Jae-in and spoken of her children's love for K-pop.
Using hashtags like #celebratemysize, Brett Morse is outspoken about the challenges that his athletic build brings when looking for the right clothes.
Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux, twin sisters competing in their third Olympic games, reflect on the U.S. women's hockey team's fight for equal pay and where women stand in the fight for equality today.
In an effort to avoid the spreading of norovirus, officials are encouraging Olympic athletes to ditch the sportsmanlike tradition of handshakes.
Olympic skier Mikaela Shiffrin told the press all about her napping habit — she even fits in naps between runs.
Olympian Sarah Hendrickson says she's inspired by Lindsey Vonn's strength in the face of public outcry over disparaging remarks about President Trump.
Marriage and family life can certainly affect your career, but now an NBC commentator is suggesting that it can affect your athletic performance, too. Broadcaster Bode Miller is in hot water over his comments about Austrian skier Anna Veith. Veith was a gold medallist at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, but came in 15th after competing in women's giant slalom in PyeongChang on Wednesday.
American figure skater Alex Shibutani and his sister Maia are breaking stereotypes left, right and centre at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics. On Sunday, the siblings helped Team USA win bronze in a figure skating team event, making them the first Asian-American ice dancing team to become Olympic medallists.
French figure skater Maé-Bérénice Méité carved out a place for herself at the 2018 Winter Olympics during the ladies' short program by skating in a bodysuit with pants.
The outfits of North Korean 'army of beauties' include Zhivago-style fur pillbox hats, ruby red car-length coats with black fur stoles, black leather gloves, and booties.
The Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, officially kicked off Friday. The opening ceremony began with enchanting performances by both North Korea and South Korea, which, in a rare move, were united under one flag.Although the next few weeks will be focused on fierce competition, the night was a joyous and celebratory preamble filled with cheering, dancing, and patriotic fashion. The first team to take the stage was Greece, per tradition, with the athletes wearing matching navy jackets and pants, along with simple gray knit beanies. Ghana soon followed and went with more colorful outerwear that honored the nation’s flag. Later, Team USA made its grand debut while wearing jeans with down coats, wooly sweaters, and “Wild West” fringe gloves.But overall, when it comes to fashion, winter apparel was front and center. After all, temperatures in PyeongChang hover between 20 and 30 degrees Fahrenheit. So if you’ve been looking for a little winter wardrobe inspiration, look no further than these elite athletes. We believe you’ll get your fix of parkas, puffers, hats, snow boots, and more in nearly every shade.Despite the temperatures, not everyone was dressed in winter gear: Team Bermuda decided to brave the cold and wear their traditional red shorts paired with classy blue blazers. And the famous, shirtless (and greasy) Tongan flag bearer, Pita Taufatofua, was back to show off his abs — and compete as a cross-country skier too.Without further ado, ahead, the best 2018 Olympics opening ceremony team outfits.Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Under Armour debuts new U.S. speed skating uniforms since 2014 Olympic suit controversy • Ivanka Trump will lead Olympics’ closing ceremony, known for ‘party-like’ atmosphere • Team USA’s opening ceremony uniforms feature Wild West fringed gloves and jeansFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
The 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, is only one month away. Excitement and anticipation is brewing, and not just for the forthcoming competitions, but the stylish gear, too.Under Armour is back after its controversial speed skating suits during the 2014 Sochi Olympics had to be dropped, due to claims they slowed athletes down and affected their performance. Now, the brand is outfitting the U.S. speed skaters after having worked directly with the U.S. Speed Skating Federation over the past four years. The new uniforms feature an asymmetrical cut that allows for more flexible movement. Each suit was also customized to each athlete for a “second-skin” fit. The brand also has a patent-pending 3D aeroprint design and a new aerodynamic fabric called H1. The two elements together are designed to help reduce drag and improve aerodynamics for the athlete.Ralph Lauren is the designer behind both the U.S. Olympic opening and closing ceremony uniforms and they are exactly what we’d expect: all-American. The fashion brand just unveiled its “Wild West” inspired Opening Ceremony uniforms featuring a thermal heated jacket, après-ski style sweater, “USA” branded knit beanie, denim jeans, and fringed gloves.The closing version similarly embraces the country’s colors, threading red, white, and blue throughout the look, from the intarsia wool hats, bandana neck scarves, color block sweaters, and puffer down coats all the way to the red stripes on the navy track pants and red laces on the brown suede boots.Nike unveiled their U.S. Olympic team uniforms earlier this month. The outfits were designed for athletes to wear on the podium during medal ceremonies. Given that the majority of the ceremonies (aside from hockey) will be held in open-air arenas where temperatures are bound to be frigid, Nike focused on form and function when designing the uniforms, without sacrificing style. The uniform is patriotic, featuring an icy red, white, and blue color palette. It includes an insulated white Gore-Tex zip jacket with removable navy bomber jacket, weather-protective pants, lace-free boots, and insulated gloves.But the key item to highlight are the boots. They possess a certain fashionable street-style quality, designed with a white base, no laces, graffiti-style “USA” graphic overlay, and even an innovative FlyEase-inspired foot entry system with a red pull tab. Ask any hypebeast fan, I’m sure they would love to sport these sneakers all around the city.Nike also designed Team USA’s hockey jerseys. They are coated in red, white, and blue with the word “USA” emblazoned across the chest.Burton designed the U.S. snowboard uniforms and has done so for four consecutive Olympics. This year, the brand used NASA as their main source of inspiration. From the logo patches to the apparel themselves, they all embraced a retro NASA style, while creating futuristic design solutions. For example, Burton designed a custom, space-worthy fabric for this Olympic season made in part from actual aluminum. The result is an iridescent silver fabric used for the competition jacket and pants. They are lightweight, waterproof, and resistant to light and sound.“This is the fourth Olympic uniform that Burton and myself have had the distinct pleasure of working on,” Greg Dacyshyn, head designer of Burton’s Olympic uniform program, shared in a press release. “Like the previous three, which had a retro-inspired influence, the 2018 theme is also a heavy nod to Americana, because its main influence is the iconic suits of the United States’ leading space exploration program. I have always loved the astronauts’ suits, because not only do they have such a cool and amazing aesthetic, they also were designed to function under the most extreme conditions, so this gave us an incredible platform to push the innovation and technology of the garments as well. My hope is that these pieces help the athletes go where no rider has gone before.”Each brand’s uniform may have their own style, but they all have one thing in common: a celebration of Team USA.Click through the gallery to see all of the 2018 U.S. Olympic uniforms so far, and check back as we update. Unfortunately, you can’t shop these exact uniforms, but you can still represent our nation in style by shopping for gear on teamusashop.com.Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Olympic wrestler Helen Maroulis rocks a fierce Corinthians cast on the red carpet • Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad is getting her own hijab-wearing Barbie • Olympic athletes Gus Kenworthy and Kehri Jones on overcoming sexual and racial prejudices with the help of their moms Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Ralph Lauren and Team USA debuted the PyeongChang 2018 Opening Ceremony looks, including plenty of red, white, and blue, and references to the American West.