The Duchess of Sussex is said to have contacted the for 'X Factor' winner on social media and suggested they meet up.
Meghan Markle may not read any press about herself, but her friends do and they are breaking their silence to defend her character.
From his undeniable influence on Meghan Markle's career to his relationship with the former actress, everything you need to know about Thomas Markle Sr.
The runways at Paris Fashion Week featured a range of styles, from sexy leather looks to boyish, utilitarian apparel and tailored suits, cargo pockets, and black hats.
At the 2018 Laureus World Sports Awards on Tuesday, Prince Albert of Monaco paired a tuxedo with some questionable footwear.
Jane Fonda threw a big 80th bash over the weekend, and the ever-unpredictable Fonda opted for a formal black suit, suspenders, a white dress shirt, and a fedora.
Meghan Markle has hired Michael Jackson's ex-bodyguard to teach her self-defense prior to the royal wedding.
A mom's post about her daughter being shunned by their church because the 9-year-old wanted to wear a pantsuit instead of a dress to communion has gone viral.
The president received an “F” grade from Twitter on the outfit he wore to a meeting with Sen. Tim Scott, composed of a navy blue jacket, a bright blue tie, and black slacks.
A Vanity Fair profile of Meghan Markle has sparked marriage rumors for the actress and her boyfriend Prince Harry — and backlash for its sexist undertones.
Reddit user Zebidee posted the cheeky photo with the comment, "If you want to wind up in the same country as your wedding outfits, don't fly Delta Airlines."
There’s a well documented rule when it comes to suits with three buttons, it’s as easy as: “sometimes, always, never” — Sometimes button up the top button, always button up the middle one, and never button-up the bottom one. Legend goes that in the early 19th century, Britain’s King Edward VII grew too fat for his suit and had to stop using the second button as a result.
Might a royal engagement between Prince Harry and his girlfriend be in the works? Here are some reasons to think so.
In a world where speaker of the house Paul Ryan explains what “dabbing” is (the popular dance move), it should surprise no one that White House press secretary Sean Spicer is having an online spat with a celebrity. Charlie Sheen, a vocal critic of the new administration, fired a shot at Spicer on Twitter, calling him out on his choice of neckwear. One might agree with Charlie (on that ugly tie, not that Spicer should be asphyxiated).
Campaign fashion has been a regular topic this election season, though it seems more ink is spilled over Hillary Clinton’s pantsuits than the wardrobes of her male counterparts. It’s well documented that Trump's own brand of men’s clothing is manufactured overseas, but does he wear American himself?
Earlier this week a girl won a beauty pageant – and she didn’t have to wear a frilly dress to do it. Celine Dion famously wore one to the Oscars in 1999 and every celebrity from Gwyneth Paltrow to Blake Lively has taken a turn in a two piece at some point throughout their careers.
Sarah Rafferty attends Amopé’s record-setting ‘pedipark’ in Toronto, June 2015. Maintaining a summer beauty routine is tough, what with the oppressive heat and thick humidity doing all it can to melt your makeup and wilt your hair-do. Combine that with a busy filming schedule like Sarah Rafferty’s, and it’s enough to make a girl go crazy.
Chanel made the skirt suit a staple, Diane Keaton made pants acceptable, and Angelina Jolie made it cool. Menswear for women, once viewed as a standout risk on the red carpet, has now become a go-to ensemble for so many. While the borrowed-from-the-boys look is simple in conception, it’s diverse in what it can evoke. Wear a blazer without a shirt for some sexiness (amp it up a notch with some boob jewelry á la Jennifer Aniston); layer a crop top or bandeau underneath just like the kids for a young and fresh feeling (just look to Lorde for inspiration); or be ready for a business meeting — or to save the world — in Amal Clooney’s case. Basically, the style suits (pun absolutely intended) just about anyone’s sartorial sensibilities. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.