The latest "America's Next Top Model" episode challenged contestants to pose with plus-size male models in a show of support for "thick fellas."
For her first season as a judge on America’s Got Talent, Tyra Banks really turned it out. From skin-tight mini dresses to formal gowns, the model seized every moment. The all-black ensemble was paired with over-the-knee black satin boots and some fringe shoulder pads.
Notable attendees shared a bit of their behind-the-scenes prep work before attending the TCA awards in Los Angeles.
Tyra is famed for her striking eyes. Tyra Banks is known for her unpredictable antics on television. The news came out publicly through an Instagram post of a baby hat and in the year and a half since only shared two photos of her son, both when he was a newborn.
Tyra Banks‘s priorities have definitely changed since becoming a mom. In January, the supermodel and her boyfriend photographer, Erik Asla, welcomed their son, York, into the world in via a gestational surrogate. “I want to be thick for my son,” she told The Insider With Yahoo while promoting her beauty line, Tyra Beauty.
Mariah Carey underwent IVF treatments to become pregnant with twins while Tom Arnold and wife had son after 22 rounds of in vitro that failed. Costs of receiving repeat fertility treatments can set unrealistic expectations for couples who don’t have big bank rolls like celebrities.
When it was announced that plus-sized model Ashley Graham had earned herself a spot in the coveted Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, fans were elated. Not only did it reflect the magazine’s move towards a more progressive image of women’s bodies, but it also created a little variety within the pages, known for featuring mostly stick-thin models. And Graham’s not this year’s only exception. Click through the gallery above to see some of the women who have broken the Sports Illustrated mold over the last 52 years.
Imagine walking to your desk in the morning and finding a miniature doppleganger in your seat. “This is freaking me out,” says FABLife host Tyra Banks at the top of the show’s Halloween episode. Well, yeah. Five kids take the place of Banks, Joe Zee, Leah Ashley, Lauren Maak, and Chrissy Teigen when today’s show starts, which makes for more of a Freaky Friday than Friday the 13th experience.
After investing hundreds of dollars into your new favorite suede boots, pumps, jacket, etc. there’s a good chance they’ll be seriously scuffed by the end of the season. Unless you have some stale bread on hand. Seriously. You’ll never believe what Joe Zee does with a stack of stale bread and what appears to be a totally ruined pair of yellow suede pumps.
Ask any woman: The hardest thing to shop for is a bra. Every brand, every store, every super nice sales lady will tell you something different until you want to throw your hands up in the air and say, “Forget it! I’m going braless forever.” But don’t do that.
FABLife’s Tyra Banks helps solve some of the biggest beauty blunders women make and makes over a woman who has been wearing the same makeup since high school. See the full episode Monday, October 19, on FABLife. Check local listings at FABLifeShow.com. Related: Moms of Tyra Banks and Chrissy Teigen Reveal Their Anti-Aging Secrets [Video] Tyra Banks & Chrissy Teigen Reveal Faces without Makeup Here’s How to Show Off Your Nails on Social Media [Video
Tyra Banks might be the number one champion of embracing your flaws, and even she gets that some things are just better off hidden. Take the upper arms, for example. They might be the hardest thing to tone, not to mention keep fit as you age, making a sleeve that can reshape, resize, and reinvent the area your new best friend. Yahoo Style editor in chief Joe Zee offers his tips for camouflaging your upper ams on today’s episode of FABLife.
Tyra Banks backstage at Yves Saint Laurent when she was a wee model. Photo: “Models have so much pressure today,” began Tyra Banks’s amazing #TBT soliloquy on Instagram on Thursday. “They have to look good on AND off the set.
Supermodel Tyra Banks posted a makeup-free, unretouched photo on Instagram today. Those fake #IWokeUpLike photos? Tyra isn't having it.
Photo: Arief Azli/Facebook As if it’s not already hard enough to pay attention in math class… A University of London student recently discovered that his lecturer, Pietro Boselli, was also discovered by Giorgio Armani. Boselli, who has a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering with a focus on the computational design of steam turbines, is represented by Models1 London. Along with delivering stimulating explanations of the way things work, Boselli spends time training, hiking, biking, and competing in fitness competitions, regularly posting shirtless selfies on his Instagram page (he has about 174,000 followers). Photo: pietroboselli/Instagram Boselli’s double life has shocked his students (and made many more college kids consider transferring and/or changing majors), but he’s not the only one disproving the stereotype that models are nothing more than living clothes hangers. Karlie Kloss recently admitted she’s cutting back on job commitments, more specifically severing her contract with Victoria’s Secret to make time to attend NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study.