Sunday, October 11, 2015
Jaime King, actress (films such as Pearl Harbor and Sin City; TV shows such as Hart of Dixie), model (everything from Abercrombie to Chanel), wife, and mother has been in the limelight since she was 14. And after two decades in the industry, the 35-year-old multihyphenate is ready to speak out about the obstacles women face in and out of the industry—from body shaming to online abuse. In Xo, Jaime, her column for ELLE.com, King breaks down how and why these issues should change. In her second column, here, King talks about the immediate fear of backlash we have whenever we speak out, and how she fights it to be an activist.
We know that certain trends in fashion aren't as wearable as, say, sporting a white T-shirt and jeans, but that doesn't mean we aren't up for a challenge. From donning a dress over pants to sporting a bandana as a scarf, we rank the hardest micro-trends that are hitting the streets, and tell you how to pull them off.
Alfred Angelo has a muse in common with every little girl (not to mention the entire Internet): The wedding dress designer makes gowns inspired by Disney princesses.
Oh, hell yes!
Reem Acra debuted the bridal selfie stick at their fall 2016 bridal collection show and it is glorious. It's the perfect accessory for the woman who can't stop taking a selfie even to get married. Which is most of us. And it is the right choice.
They say the secret to success is sincerity, and no one encapsulates that sentiment more than Atlanta-based blogger Anna Liesemeyer. When this graphic designer turned lifestyle guru isn’t curating her swoon-worthy blog, In Honor Of Design, she’s spearheading The Brand Market, her entrepreneurial initiative to guide future business owners to success.
Long before Johnny Depp, Jared Leto and Russell Brand knew the difference between pencil, gel and pen, there was Robert Smith—lead singer of The Cure and pioneer of sad songs and guyliner.
We've all done the dainty earring thing and our jewelry boxes are piled high with tiny stackable rings, so what's next in the way of wearable sparkle? How about a delicate diamond lip cuff?