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ICYMI, Amal Clooney's Makeup Looked Incredible at the Royal Wedding, All Thanks to Charlotte Tilbury

It wasn't only Meghan Markle's hair and makeup that looked incredible at the royal wedding, the guests wore their best dresses, and pulled out all the stops with their makeup for the big day. One woman who looked positively radiant and was up there with the best dressed out of them all was Amal Clooney. She wore a marigold Stella McCartney dress with matching colored hat and had beautiful makeup to match. The woman behind the beauty was the one and only Charlotte Tilbury, and if Amal's look does...
Tags: Makeup, Beauty, Royal Wedding, Stella Mccartney, Amal Clooney, Charlotte, Marie Antoinette, Clooney, Charlotte Tilbury, Jean, Amal, MEGHAN MARKLE, Celebrity Makeup, Filmstar Bronze, Royal Wedding 2018, Hollywood Contour Wand


Cité

The biggest of the two islands in the Seine in central Paris is the Ile de la Cité and is the site of one of the city's most famous monuments. The cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris rises high above the other buildings on the island and its two towers and steeple can be seen for miles around. Notre Dame cathedral and the Ile de la Cité, seen from the right bank. The island is also home to a bustling flower market, the 13th century gothic Sainte-Chapelle, the Conciergerie where Marie Antoinette w...
Tags: Travel, France, Paris, Notre Dame, Seine, Marie Antoinette, WCS, Notre Dame de Paris, Sainte Chapelle, Ïle de la Cité, Cathedrals And Churches, Cité, Palais de Justice


Amal Clooney's Beaming Met Gala Makeup Look Is Not of This Earth

The celestial inner circle, also known as fashion and Hollywood's elite, have descended upon the Met Gala with their interpretation of this year's theme "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination." One of the standout attendees is Met Gala co-chair, Amal Clooney, whose makeup look is as stunning as her foil Richard Quinn bustier. Here are all the details on the look, which was created by makeup goddess herself, Charlotte Tilbury. In an Instagram post, Tilbury called the look "dazzlin...
Tags: Hollywood, Makeup, Shopping, Beauty, Amal Clooney, Walk Of Fame, Met Gala, Red Carpet, Marie Antoinette, Charlotte Tilbury, Amal, Tilbury, Celebrity Beauty, Richard Quinn, Filmstar Bronze Glow, Charlotte Tilbury Light Wonder Foundation


Rampaging wage slaves and Marie Antoinette – the pick of avant-garde festival games

An edible board game and a trickster goose were among offerings at London’s Now Play This experimental games showcaseNow Play This is an exhibition of experimental game design and a regular feature of the annual London games festival. For this year’s Now Play This, at Somerset House earlier this month, exhibition director Holly Gramazio and digital curator George Buckenham spread a wide range of games – digital, physical, edible, musical – across the site’s indoor and outdoor spaces. Here are so...
Tags: Games, London, Life and style, Culture, Hobbies, Board Games, Somerset House, Marie Antoinette, Holly Gramazio, Andy Wallace, George Buckenham, Jane Friedhoff Marlowe Dobbe


The high school official told the 17-year-girl to "stand up and move around" so she could see if her nipples were still showing...

... and then offered her 4 adhesive bandages to X out her nipples. The girl, Lizzy Martinez, had left off wearing her bra that day because a sunburn (we're told) made the bra unusually uncomfortable.From the NYT, "Is Your Body Appropriate to Wear to School?":“She told me, ‘I’m thinking of ways I could fix this for you. She said, ‘I was a heavier girl and I have all the tricks up my sleeve,’” Ms. Martinez said....The incident happened two weeks ago — Ms. Martinez’s initial tweet about the inciden...
Tags: Law, America, Marilyn Monroe, Kendall Jenner, Breasts, Bras, Nipples, Ny Post, Marie Antoinette, Martinez, Marilyn, Big And Small, Ann Althouse, Sex And Education, Folies Bergère, Lizzy Martinez


Powder Concealer, Mascara, & Lipstick Exist — & I Tried It All

Beauty with Mi, hosted by Refinery29's beauty writer Mi-Anne Chan, explores the coolest new trends, treatments, products, and subcultures in the beauty world. Follow along on her wild beauty adventures here.Marie Antoinette never really did say that the starving citizens of 18th-century France, in lieu of bread and other plain sustenance, should be permitted to eat cake; she did, however, live up to the other most common trope associated with her short life, which is that her beauty routine c...
Tags: Fashion, Music, France, Kardashian, Marie Antoinette, Place de la Concorde, Antoinette, Mi Anne Chan


Kanye Is Back & Apparently Kim Kardashian Is Marie Antoinette

Kanye West recently interviewed his friend and interior designer Axel Vervoordt for The Hollywood Reporter, which gave insight into what’s on Kanye’s mind these days...kind of.The interview was rife with Kanye-isms. To start, the hip-hop mogul spoke of his imminent philosophy book called Break The Simulation. At one point, after discussing the importance of staying focused on the present and not looking to the past for inspiration, West referred to Kim Kardashian West as “a Marie Antoinette of ...
Tags: Twitter, Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Kim Kardashian, France, Kanye West, West, Stephen Hawking, Kim, Donald Trump, Taylor, George W Bush, Martin Luther King Jr, Kim Kardashian West, Marie Antoinette


5 Fashion Week Trends to Try on an Intern Budget

Although the flurry of fashion week is now behind us, I'm still obsessing over the fall trends I'll be trying in the coming months. However, as an intern here at Who What Wear and a college student just getting my start in New York City, straight-off-the-runway isn't really in my budget. So where does that leave me? With affordable, on-trend brands more accessible than ever , believe it or not, it is possible to test the latest runway trends without breaking the bank. While every fashion we...
Tags: Fashion, New York City, Trends, Tom Ford, Roberto Cavalli, Mcqueen, Tory Burch, Marie Antoinette, Versace, Zimmermann, Miu Miu, Alexander Wang, Jeremy Scott, Tom Ford Adam Selman, Anne Sraders


5 Upcoming Trends to Try on an Intern Budget

Although the flurry of fashion week is now behind us, I'm still obsessing over the fall trends I'll be trying in the coming months. However, as an intern here at Who What Wear and a college student just getting my start in New York City, straight-off-the-runway isn't really in my budget. So where does that leave me? With affordable, on-trend brands more accessible than ever , believe it or not, it is possible to test the latest runway trends without breaking the bank. While every fashion we...
Tags: Fashion, New York City, Trends, Tom Ford, Roberto Cavalli, Mcqueen, Tory Burch, Marie Antoinette, Versace, Zimmermann, Miu Miu, Alexander Wang, Jeremy Scott, Tom Ford Adam Selman, Anne Sraders


The Beauty Treatment That Made Me Love My Least Fave Body Part

I hate feet, and I always have. It doesn't matter if they are my own or belong to the hottest person ever. Jared Leto? Keep your socks on. Beyoncé? Please, every flip-flop you own in a box to the left. I find toes ugly and feet unhygienic, and I used to despise getting pedicures equally as much as going to the gynecologist before finally accepting them as a necessary evil. Which is why I felt both elation and terror when I discovered Baby Foot, a Japanese-devised beauty product that promises to...
Tags: Beyonce, Beauty, Jared Leto, Marie Antoinette, Bret Easton Ellis, Beauty tips, Beauty Review, Pedicure


What It's Like to Live Out Your Fashion Daydream

I’ve got to admit that I have a soft spot for Paris. I spent a summer living in the Marais after college and loved every minute of it. You instinctively feel a connection to certain cities, and Paris is one of them for me. But it goes back further than that. I grew up in Arizona, and when pretty much every kid I went to school with enrolled in Spanish classes (in Tucson we were just an hour from the border, after all), I was one of the few who opted into French. I’ve always been in awe the...
Tags: Fashion, New York, Instagram, Netflix, Paris, Vogue, Arizona, Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel, John Galliano, Louvre, Paris Fashion Week, Louis Vuitton, Marie Antoinette, Tucson, Charles de Gaulle


The Most Royal Gifts: Bolognese Dogs in Painting

The very mention of “Bolognese” may rouse your appetite with thoughts of spaghetti sauce, that classic Italo-American comfort food, so it may surprise you to learn that Bolognese is also a noble breed of dog with a much older and far more distinguished provenance (or pedigree, pun intended) than the beloved sauce. Detail of the dog in Goya’s painting “The White Dutchess” Aristotle wrote of little dogs brought by boat, where they served as the ships’ mousers, by Maltese sailors to Magna Grecia,...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Russia, Berlin, Spain, Austria, Vienna, United States, Italy, Belgium, Brussels, Duke, Catherine, Venus, Prado, Goya


A Modern Fairytale Told in 800 Square Feet: Sandeep Salter’s Family Apartment

Sandeep Salter knows a thing or two about creative living. The daughter of a choreographer (Darshan Singh Bhuller) and a dancer, Sandeep grew up in London’s Primrose Hill before moving to Boston to study fine art at MIT, where she worked as an archivist and bibliographer and opened a small bookshop with her husband, Carson Salter, out of the MIT Media Lab. The two moved to NYC and Sandeep partnered with Sarah McNally, of McNally Jackson booksellers, to open Goods for the Study and Picture Room n...
Tags: Books, England, London, NYC, Boston, New York City, Uncategorized, Georgia, Mit, Brooklyn, New Jersey, Ikea, South, Eta, Cape, Dan Graham


Riding Off Into the Sunset in a Baby Blue Thunderbird

For these college sweethearts, who's love story is as sweet and romantic as they come, a wedding overlooking the hills of Malibu was the perfect way to celebrate "I Do". Edible florals and Marie Antoinette's summer hamlet were the inspiration for this blushing alfresco affair planned by Smith + James Events, with florals by Heirloom Design House and the most gorgeous confectionery piece of art crafted by Frost It Cakery. And we can't forget that baby blue getaway car. See it all unfold through t...
Tags: Wedding, Frost, Malibu, The Blog, Marie Antoinette, Sally Pinera, Heirloom Design House, Smith James Events


Marie Antoinette Film Costumes at Prato Textile Museum

If you’ve ever watched a movie mostly for the costumes, Sofia Copola’s 2006 film “Marie Antoinette” might have been it. For this movie about personal feelings, excess and adolescent beauty, the costumes were designed by Milena Canonero and won an Oscar (the designer’s third). These historically accurate costumes made for the big-budget film are currently on display at Prato’s Museo del Tessuto. The drool-worthy temporary exhibition is an opportunity to get a still and up close look at the part y...
Tags: Travel, France, Rome, Kirsten Dunst, Womens, Tuscany, Exhibition Review, Marie Antoinette, Versailles, Stefan Zweig, Sofia Coppola, Prato, Dunst, Marco Badiani, Milena Canonero, Prato Textile Museum


30 Oscars Looks That Capped Off A Season Of Red Carpet Activism

By the time the Oscars rolls around, the red carpet can feel a bit like Groundhog Day. It's the same awkward questions about how nervous stars are, the same dozen fashion labels name-dropped, and the same versions of the same blush-hued princess dress. But things have been different this year.It started with the #TimesUp blackout during January's Golden Globes, where a missive to wear all black to protest gender disparity resulted not only in some uniquely stunning looks — from Tracee Ellis Ros...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Viola Davis, Salma Hayek, Danai Gurira, Emma Stone, Prada, Miley Cyrus, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Barbie, Allison Williams, Stella Mccartney, Laura Dern


Mental-Health Examinations to Purchase a Gun? Yeah that is Freedom..NOT

Opinion Thought Police Poster by Liberty Maniacs Ft Collins, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- “And what do Democrats stand for, when they are so ready to defame concerned citizens as “the mob,” a word betraying a Marie-Antoinette delusion of superiority to ordinary mortals?” ~ Camille Paglia“Mental-Health Evaluation,” prior to legally obtaining a gun? This is one of the proposals currently enjoying the light of day in the liberal press. What other Constitutional Right requires you to undergo a “mental-he...
Tags: Guns, Fbi, Mental Health, Marie Antoinette, Planet Earth, John Farnam, Camille Paglia, Gun Rights News, Defense Training International, Farnam, Gun Bans, Gun Owner Harrasment, Collins CO AmmoLand


Curio Theatre Co.'s 'Marie Antoinette' is energetic but emotionally lacking

The Curio Theatre Company's production of David Adjmi's deliberately anachronistic take on the French Revolution is quick-paced, unflagging in its energy, and filled with arresting visual imagery. But it's also at times unduly cartoonish and short on emotions.
Tags: Incidents, Marie Antoinette, Curio Theatre Co, David Adjmi


Obamas’ portraits: A disappointment

I am no art aficionado, but I have always thought that a portrait should in as many ways as possible reflect the inner persona of the subject, whether that be the youthful beauty of Marie Antoinette, the fierce determination of Muhammad Ali or the mysterious charm of the Mona Lisa. I am disappointed with the […]
Tags: News, Opinion, Muhammad Ali, Marie Antoinette, Letters to the Editor, Northwest Voices


Looks on Campus: Teddy - West Virginia University

It's Betsey Johnson and it's to die.I found this rockstar channeling his inner Jimi Hendrix while hanging out on West Virginia University's Evansdale campus. Teddy's outfit is stylish on all levels, from his backpack to his fur vest. If you spotted him on campus, you wouldn't be able to miss his showstopping look! Teddy 101 Name: TeddySchool: West Virginia UniversityMajor: Fashion DesignYear: SophomoreHometown: Fairmont, WV Let's Talk Fashion Who or what inspires your style? "I'm inspired by a...
Tags: Lana Del Rey, Winter, College, West Virginia, Jimi Hendrix, Street Style, West Virginia University, Gucci, Teddy, Campus, Southeast, Marie Antoinette, Don, Betsey Johnson, Evansdale, Campus Style


Cattily titled WaPo article about the wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is deflated by an embarrassing correction.

Emily Heil* writes "8 times Louise Linton tried to be relatable in her Elle interview." The correction is: "An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified the magazine Louise Linton spoke with. It was Elle, not Vanity Fair."I understand the urge to take a shot at Louise Linton....“I’m just a regular girl, and I’m not perfect, but I’m trying my best,” insists Linton, a sorta-actress who grew up in a castle in Scotland and who has heretofore crafted a public persona that has been likened ...
Tags: Law, Scotland, Hell, Treasury, Elle, Vanity Fair, Marie Antoinette, WaPo, Linton, Ann Althouse, Richard Hell, Mnuchin, Steven Mnuchin, Emily Heil, Women's Magazines, Bureau of Engraving and Printing


I Finally Found a Dry Shampoo That Won't Make My Brunette Hair Chalky - and It's Only $9

I am a devout user of dry shampoo, but many formulas leave my brunette hair looking like an 18th century powdered wig. The chalkiness makes my dark locks appear dull and faded. Luckily, I finally found a solution that doesn't give me Marie Antoinette vibes. Batiste Dry Shampoo ($9) in Beautiful Brunette is one of the bestselling hair products on Amazon. It has almost 3,000 reviews and 67 percent of customers give it five stars. The secret to the formula is that it's made with a brown tint. The ...
Tags: Amazon, Beauty, Hair, Dry Shampoo, Marie Antoinette, Batiste, Beauty Products, Beauty Shopping, Brunette


12 Movies You'll Love If You're Obsessed With Beauty

Makeup, and hair accessories and nail polish, are a girl's best friend, right? Well, maybe not to everyone, but if you're beauty-obsessed, then please, keep reading. Whether you're a major fan of achieving Betty Cooper's bold lashes on Riverdale or a frequent nail-art queen, we've found 12 movies that were pretty much made for all you beauty buffs out there. From the obvious ones like Marie Antoinette - hello, who doesn't love a good period makeup piece? - to ones that you might not have though...
Tags: Movies, Beauty, Marie Antoinette, Don, Riverdale, Betty Cooper, Pink Andie


Beds Take a Bow: The New Grands Boulevards Hotel in Paris

Dorothée Meilichzon is still in her early 30s and already has six hotel designs to her credit. Five are in Paris, where Meilichzon runs her own firm, Chzon, and one is in London; we’d gladly check in to any of them (scroll to the end for a sampling). Meilichzon is a designer who never repeats herself, but her work has certain things in common: She loves to pick a historic period and riff on it, treats building materials as playthings, has a weakness for potent colors, and styles beds with derrin...
Tags: Books, London, France, Uncategorized, Spain, Paris, Shell, Lyon, Linen, Plaster, Marie Antoinette, Versailles, Louis XVI, Henrietta, Hotels & Lodging, London Hotel


This Chic New Hair Product Will Make You Feel Like French Royalty

Is there any other strain of flora and fauna that springs from God's green earth even half as rife with significance as the rose? In red, they're hopelessly romantic, botanical shorthand for I love you; yellow is vibrant and cheerful, a ray of sunshine in a thrift-shop vase. Pink is sweet, soft, gentle; white symbolizes purity and innocence, a perennial go-to for weddings. (Make of that what you will.)And much like the other, more naturally-occurring members of the genus Rosa, Diptyque's new Ea...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Marie Antoinette, Versailles, Eau Rose Hair Mist, Leslie David, Toile de Jouy, Place de la Révolution, Diptyque Eau Rose Hair Mist


Now Stream This: Pie, Pi, Sports Crime, Dog Puppets, and Countries Without Old Men

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.)  How’s 2018 going for everyone? We’re not even a full month into this new year yet, but personally, I’m already exhausted. Thank heavens for movies, that’s all I can say. Movies can be a great balm for the soul – a reminder that even when everything is a terrible mess, there are still folks out there making great art, and trying like hell to make t...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Drama, Documentary, Horror, Stephen King, Netflix, Thriller, Adaptation, Pi, Stanley Kubrick, The Future, Espn, Kirsten Dunst, 20th Century Fox


Lady Bird Closes 2017 with a Long-Deserved Celebration of Girlhood

Welcome to Smugglivus 2017! Throughout this month, we will have guests – authors and bloggers alike – looking back at their favorite reads of 2017, looking forward to events and upcoming books in 2018, and more. Our Smugglivus guest is Lena Wilson, author of “Accelerants” an upcoming novella from Book Smugglers Publishing! Lady Bird Closes 2017 with a Long-Deserved Celebration of Girlhood You’re never too old to grow up – that’s the truth on which the coming-of-age film genre founds itself. I...
Tags: Books, Hollywood, Massachusetts, Sacramento, Chicago, Brooklyn, Harry Potter, Greta Gerwig, Sparks, Marie Antoinette, Christine, McPherson, Lady Bird, Smugglivus, Lena Wilson, Margaret Betts


A Week In Paris, France, On An $80,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a fragrance evaluator who makes $80,000 per year. She spends some of her money this week on two coats and ballet classes.Occupation: Fragrance EvaluatorIndustry: Fragrance & BeautyAge: 24Location: ParisSalary: $80,000Paycheck (2x/month): $1,730 after ...
Tags: Google, Europe, Fashion, Music, New York, Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian, Jimmy Fallon, France, Eu, Netflix, Brooklyn, Paris, Patagonia, Dallas, Starbucks


The Most Romantic Way To See Paris? It's On A Boat.

I never went on a babymoon. In fact, I was the kind of pregnant person who rolled her eyes at the idea. I silently judged the couples who posted carefree Instagram photos from tropical locales; mocktails and bikini-clad bump pics were not for me. This might be because I've never been much of a joiner. But reader, let me tell you this: If I had realized that it would be a full three years before my partner and I went on a solo vacation without our adorable, exhausting third wheel, I might have b...
Tags: Fashion, Music, France, Paris, Eiffel Tower, Victoria, Rhine, Louvre, Seine, Marie Antoinette, Versailles, Vincent Van Gogh, Uniworld, Petra Nemcova, Louis XVI, Caroline Stanley