Fenty Skin Is Coming to Sephora


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RiRi sure knows how to keep her legion of adoring fans on their toes. Back in July, the American singing sensation dropped her much-anticipated Fenty Skin brand on fentybeauty.com, a four-product lineup of uncomplicated, genderless and multifunctional skincare heroes housed in pastel lavender vessels and inspired by the artist’s global experiences and personal skincare journey. As of December 26th, the skincare range will officially be available at Sephora and on sephora.com, globally making it even more accessible to the Rihanna Navy. Mark those calendars!

Oribe Haircare Launches E-Commerce in Canada


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Oribe lovers, rejoice: A cult favourite luxury haircare brand among many beauty enthusiasts and hair professionals alike, thanks to its high-performance formulas and obsessed-about scent, Oribe … Read the rest

In case you’re wondering, no, hot pants aren’t called “hot pants” just because women look “hot” in them (which they most certainly do, by the way). While the term “hot” was tacked on to the style name back in the ’50s due to the shock factor they brought, this trend is one that women originally broke out in protest of their expected dress code at the time. Longer hems and an overall modest aesthetic were the norm back in the day, but that didn’t keep women from showing off their bodies loud and proud with the evolution of short shorts. We continued to see the rise of this trend from the ’50s through the ’70s, and believe it or not, in the year 2020, as they’re back and hotter than ever. 

While this trend is certainly here to stay, it has also evolved quite a bit. I don’t want … Read the rest

From a new Antoni Porowski cookbook to a Ryan Reynolds-Chris Hemsworth trash talk battle, here’s all the news you missed this week.

Antoni Porowski announced a new cookbook

After the success of his debut cookbook, Antoni in the Kitchen, Queer Eye star Antoni Porowski just announced that he’s whipping up a second book, to be released next year. The former FASHION cover star revealed on Instagram that the book will focus specifically on dinner recipes. “With food and home becoming more sacred than ever this past year, I am offering inspired dishes allowing for more time eating and less preparing,” he wrote. The book is slated to be released in September 2021.


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Twitter Canada released its annual Year in Review list

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We’re not sure exactly when it was that we first became fans of January Jones. Was it her most iconic role to date as Betty Draper? Or smaller “Oh my god, it’s January Jones!” roles in classic films like Love Actually circa 2003? Either way, we have major love for the actress’s quirky real-life demeanor and, of course, amazing style and beauty aesthetic. (We have dozens of screenshots on our camera rolls to prove it.) Between her practically pore-less complexion, playful approach to makeup, and super-shiny strands, we desperately want to know all her beauty secrets, especially considering she looks roughly half her 41 years.

We’re super appreciative that we’re not alone in our admiration, and Jones regularly listens to her fans’ Instagram requests by posting ample intel about her beauty routine—from the supplements she swears by to the extensive skincare rituals she credits her glowing skin to. … Read the rest

We’re not going to lie, it’s been some time since we’ve put on a pair of heels, but Amina Muaddi’s collaboration with A$AP Rocky is about to change that. The talented designer teamed up with the rapper and creative extraordinaire for a new collection of four stunning shoes, and they are exactly what we needed to get excited about dressing up again. It’s Amina’s first collaboration for her own brand and it holds a special place in her heart, sharing on Instagram that despite being friends for years, the collection is over a year in the making.

“Inspired by A$AP Rocky’s personal style and cultural impact, the collaboration between AWGE and Amina Muaddi captures today’s shifting narrative,” the brand wrote in a press release. “Two usually distinct approaches to creativity merging together in order to convey a futuristic and global message.”

In an interview with Vogue, the duo … Read the rest

SO MUCH happened in 2020 that the Oxford English Dictionary couldn’t even pick a single Word of the Year this year. Instead, they picked a whole list to best represent a year that “left [them] speechless.” Which means 2020 was also a very busy year over at Google Canada, with top trending searches that spanned everything from the US election to COVID-19 to Tiger King to Black Lives Matter to bread recipes.

Read on for the full list of people, memes, recipes, television shows, athletes and more that Canadians most searched for on Google this year.

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US election
Kobe Bryant
Kim Jong Un
Naya Rivera
Joe Biden
Trump vs. Biden

Canadian News:

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We get it—it’s a little painful to fork over large sums of money on undergarments and the like that rarely see the light of day. Equally painful is wasting your hard-earned cash on lingerie that lives up to the old “you get what you pay for” adage. That’s why we made it our mission to share with you the brands that do affordable lingerie the best, from fast fashion (think Topshop) to niche labels (think Baserange).

Our advice when shopping for affordable underwear, bras, slips, and sleepwear? Stick to muted or classic hues (they look more expensive than bright colors) and avoid embellishments and prints when you’re going for a high-end look. You’ll be surprised how much of a difference it makes. Keep scrolling to check out the brands we recommend and shop our picks from each.

Aerie launched their intimates line to ensure girls had the basics they needed … Read the rest

Netflix’s The Prom, released Dec. 11, not only brings us a star-studded cast that includes Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Kerry Washington, Andrew Rannells, James Corden, and Hollywood newcomers Jo Ellen Pellman and Hamilton‘s Ariana DeBose but also a sought-after storyline from the Broadway show of its same name. Ryan Murphy is behind this film adaptation, so we expected all of the high-fashion glitter met with refreshing realness of witty banter – that’s what Murphy is known for. He worked with his longtime collaborator costume designer Lou Eyrich on the wardrobe design. (Eyrich also outfitted the characters for Murphy’s Pose, American Horror Story, and Glee, just to name a few of their well-known projects.)

We chatted with Eyrich about what it was like to work with the incredible cast and crew and coordinate their looks since, as you’ll notice right off the bat, … Read the rest

Natasha Patten, founder and creative director of Toronto-based outerwear label mycoatisblue, has adopted many modern ideas into her business since launching it in 2016, like direct-to-consumer sales and virtual appointments for her out-of-town customers. But Patten’s interest in crafting clothing goes back – way back – to her elementary school days.

“In grade seven Home Ec class, I made a pair of shorts and I got an A+,” Patten recalls. “I thought, I’m good at this. I started sewing from there, using store-bought patterns.” She also had a home advantage, literally, when it came to the skill, thanks to a seamstress aunt and a New York-based uncle who worked as a tailor at the department store Lord & Taylor.

“He was the epitome of excellence in fashion,” Patten says, adding that he taught her a valuable lesson when it came to friends and family asking her for … Read the rest

When I turned 13 (and finally started to go through puberty), all I wanted was to start wearing a bra. By the time I was 14, all I wanted was to stop wearing a bra. I had quickly learned what most of us already know—that bras are typically uncomfortable, rigid, and cut into your under-boob area. The most relieving part of my day was when I finally got home and could peel off my bra. So I soon decided to stop wearing bras altogether.

That brought challenges, however, as I wasn’t yet entirely comfortable with the idea of going braless. So I decided to dip my toes in the water by rotating through several bra alternatives—all of which were certainly more comfortable than my go-to underwire bra. If you, too, want to forgo bras without totally abandoning the support and shape they offer, keep scrolling to find … Read the rest