Month: July 2020

Chloe x Halle Are Ready to Reintroduce Themselves

Photo credit: FENDI
Photo credit: FENDI

From Harper’s BAZAAR

Chloe and Halle Bailey, the sisters behind the R&B duo Chloe x Halle, are at a point in their careers where they’re completely and confidently in control. It was evident from the moment they teased their debut single, “Do It,” from their second full-length studio album, Ungodly Hour, that the two sisters who were once known for their dazzling YouTube covers of precious pop songs were entering a new and more grown-up musical era.

Following the back-to-back releases of stunning music videos and accompanying awards show performances for the singles “Do It” and “Forgive Me,” the sisters forayed into another artistic realm—this time, creative direction—displayed in their new campaign for Fendi. Handed complete creative control, the duo showed off the brand’s beloved Peekaboo bags with ethereal imagery that is simultaneously sexy yet subdued, much like the sisters’ own aesthetic as they enter young

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Maeve Reilly Is the Woman Behind Hailey Bieber’s Enviable Street Style

Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/VF20 - Getty Images
Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/VF20 – Getty Images

From Marie Claire

Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/VF20 - Getty Images
Photo credit: Kevin Mazur/VF20 – Getty Images

Thanks to Instagram and the paparazzi, a star’s everyday outfits (a.k.a. their street style) is just as important as any red carpet look. Hailey Bieber’s off-duty style, in particular, is enviable—cool, effortless, a little masculine, but always sexy. Celebrity stylist Maeve Reilly is the woman behind it, though she’ll be the first to tell you that what she has with Beiber is a partnership, that these two are a match made in fashion heaven.

We chatted with Reilly about how her personal style—tomboyish, with lots of leather, baggy pants, crop tops, and sneakers—influences her craft, her career journey—her stacked client list also features Ciara, The Chain Smokers, Channing Tatum, La La Anthony, and Normani—and the process for creating Bieber’s effortlessly cool style. What started with an Instagram DM turned into some very iconic

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‘If [My Dad] Was Still Here, He’d Be on the Forefronts Protesting’

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It’s been almost 40 years since Bob Marley died, but as his daughter tells it, his music and fight has never been more relevant.

“My father was the voice for the voiceless,” says Cedella Marley. “If he were still here, he would be on the forefronts protesting; he would still be speaking up for those who aren’t being heard.”

More from Rolling Stone

A Grammy-winning singer in her own right (as part of Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers), and a noted fashion designer in Jamaica, Cedella Marley spoke to Rolling Stone on the occasion of a new apparel collection and charitable partnership with Wrangler, which seeks to honor her father’s legacy in fashion and social justice.

Launching this week, the Wrangler x Bob Marley Collection celebrates the reggae icon’s laid-back style, which often included Wrangler: Marley famously wore the denim brand’s shirts

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7 ideas for a 100% green wedding


From the meal to the wedding dress and the announcement, it is now possible to say yes while respecting the environment 100%. Here are 7 eco-responsible wedding ideas to organize a sustainable ceremony.

A symbol of alliance and commitment, marriage is a tradition where the planet is not always taken into account. And with good reason, nearly 14.5 tons of CO2 are produced during a classic ceremony, the equivalent of the production of one person in one year. Between the hundreds of guests and the honeymoon, celebrating a union and the environment don’t mix. So that weddings no longer rhyme with waste, the green wedding is on the rise. More than just a fashion phenomenon, a true eco-friendly ceremony that is sure to seduce you.

1. The reception venue

From a carbon footprint point of view, the ideal is to choose a wedding venue close to home. If it is … Read More