On her 16th birthday, Millie Bobby Brown, who plays Eleven in the Netflix show, condemned the continued "sexualization" she has experienced from the media.
Millie Bobby Brown, 15, responds to critics who claim her red carpet outfits are "inappropriate."
The Levi’s design team also collaborated with the Stranger Things designers to create special looks for two fan-favourite. Not only will these looks appear in season three, but they’ll also be available for purchase as of July 1.
The 14-year-old "Stranger Things" star defended her friendship with the singer against those on social media who have called it "creepy."
"It definitely makes a big impact because painting a head is pretty unique and striking," says film and television makeup artist Georgina Ryland.
For Coach’s Fall 2018 fashion week show, creative director Stuart Vevers transformed a pier off of the East River in Manhattan into an enchanted, eerie forest. The entire space was pitch-black except for a few dim lights that hung from the ceiling. The runway was covered with dry, crispy leaves. Sparse, empty tree stumps lined the runway. But what appeared even more sinister were the handful of tube television sets left scattered throughout the forest.To signal the start of the show, the TV sets began to flash distorted imagery accompanied by jarring, loud white noise. Out of the darkness came models dressed in long leather coats, suede jackets, teddy-bear shearling jackets in shades of lavender and brown. Tiered, maxi, prairie dresses in bandana, daisy, and rose prints were the key dress silhouette, and many of them had skinny, long, velvety bows along the necklines.Although there were glimpses of shimmer and metallics that helped brighten up the runway, overall the color palette was dark and moody. Coach’s signature Western shirts and leather jackets received a new update featuring whipstitches and studs. For jewelry, the models wore potion-bottle necklaces and mood and gemstone rings. The women’s hair was parted in the middle, appearing stringy and oily as if unwashed.The show notes describe the collection as having a “spectral charm: goth and supernatural” and a “toughness” that “makes for a twisted, dark romance.” However, many editors had a different take, each referencing a different pop culture, supernatural-themed film or TV show.On Instagram stories, Eva Chen described how the models in the show would “definitely be Durmstrang. … If you aren’t a Potterhead, you’ll have no idea what I’m talking about.” “Durmstrang” refers to a Scandinavian wizard school in the Harry Potter novels. Alyssa Coscarelli of Refinery29 referenced Twilight, perhaps due to the show’s spooky vampire vibes, whereas Fashionista’s Maura Brannigan was quick to point out the forest’s strong resemblance to the one in Stranger Things. Personally, my pop culture reference is a bit outdated, as I had originally called out the 1999 film The Blair Witch Project.But whether you agree or disagree with these references, there is no doubt that Vevers has been able to create nostalgia for films and shows that live within a realm of magic. Perhaps it appeals to the escapist in us, with what’s going on around us with #MeToo, politics, and women’s rights. However, at a time when designers are leaving New York for other fashion week cities or dropping off the official calendar entirely, it is refreshing to see a fashion show that can still create such a quick and diverse set of strong reactions.As you wait for the collection to drop in stores and online this fall, perhaps it’s time to binge-watch these cult-favorite films and shows.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Alice + Olivia rewrites Bill of Rights to reflect women’s rights at fashion week presentation • These hairy heels have a surprising connection to ‘Black Panther’ and natural hair • Ugg platforms debut at NYFW … and they’re actually chicFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Laila-Anne poses as bald-baby Britney Spears and bald-baby Eleven from "Stranger Things." The adorable is undeniable.
Actress Winona Ryder says she was bullied in junior high school for the way she dressed and wore her hair. But eventually the tables were turned.
We’ve all been there. You spend days planning an original and highly Instagrammable Halloween costume with your bestie. Only, they pull out last minute and leave you hunting through your wardrobe for last year’s cat ears. Sigh…So this season, leave nothing to chance. Whether you’re prepping for a party or taking the kids trick or treating, we’ve got the lowdown on the costumes set to prove a major success come 31 Octoer.From Netflix-inspired looks to slogan knits the lazy fashion girl will be quick to bag, these are the most popular outfits for 2017’s scariest night of the year according to Pinterest.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: 20 hacks to pimp your spooky house party16 glorious years of Heidi Klum slaying at HalloweenHere’s why we dress up on Halloween
With so many great shows on TV during the last year, there were a lot of great costumes. Here are some memorable moments and designs from the Emmy nominees.
From Jennifer Aniston in pretty printed Valentino to Lupita Nyong’o in a flowing Elie Saab number and the looks that stole the show on the Emmys red carpet, click through the slideshow above to see our picks for best dressed celebrities of the week. Don’t agree? Let us know by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.
If you've binge-watched "Stranger Things" on Netflix, then you're used to seeing Millie Bobby Brown's character, Eleven, in her signature pink frilly dress paired with tube socks. But offscreen, the 12-year-old breakout star of the hit sci-fi series is serious about style.