"I want to thank you for so spectacularly capturing the grace and beauty and intelligence and charm and hotness of the woman I love," Barack Obama said with a chuckle to the painter of Michelle Obama's portrait, unveiled alongside the former president's own on Monday.
This time it was 24 year old Jes Ortelli from Brighton, UK. “I don’t usually post such pictures of myself on Facebook however what happened today should be shared to raise some awareness,” she says in the post.
After platinum, pastel and rainbow-coloured hair, the latest trend to hit Instagram (thankfully) doesn’t involve peroxide. ALSO SEE: Rainbow Hair’s Not Going Anywhere in 2015Back in the ‘90s, every boy on the playground at school had an undercut. The designs ranged from simple with clean, hard-edged lines to mini works of art – think carved out lightening bolts and sports logos. Instead of using colour, undercuts offer a bold way to express yourself through your hair, without the long term commitment.ALSO SEE: Hair tapestries are the new floral crownsJumping on board the trend this time is an army of girls who’ve swapped out the sports logos for delicate lacework and graphic cross hatches. Check out the gallery above to get inspired.
According to a study by Envision Retail, 70 per cent of customers are converted into buyers in the fitting room, making this a crucial moment for retailer. Earlier this summer, the app was put to the test by graduating BFA Fashion Design students at Parsons Paris The New School. “Social media plays an important role in today’s society and education to give students an added window to showcase themselves to the world,” Jasonpaul McCarthy, Parsons Paris, Director of BFA Fashion Design said.