If there was an award for ‘Most Discreet Baby Bump’ of all time, we think it would go to Princess Kate.
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The best celebrity rumor we’ve heard this week? That Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss will cover the March issue of Vogue. (Apparently Swift was chatting about it at a Golden Globes afterparty, and Mario Testino’s name was mentioned!)
Kloss just covered the September 2014 issue of the glossy alongside Joan Smalls and Cara Delevingne, which she told PEOPLE was the “highlight” of her year. Swift was featured on the February 2012 cover, and that was also the first time she graced the world with her bangs.
“I was so excited to be shooting the cover of Vogue that I let them cut bangs for me at the shoot,” she said shortly after. “It turned out to be one of my favorite changes I’ve ever made to my hair. Moral of the story: Always trust Vogue.”
If anyone knows how to dress a baby bump in style, it’s Princess Kate.
On Thursday, at her first official engagement of 2015, Kate wore British label Madderson London to visit a primary school. The brand may be known for its luxurious, maternity line which launched in 2012; however, Kate, 33, is actually wearing the “Naomi” shift dress from its non-maternity, womenswear collection, which launched just last year. Oh, did we mention she’s six months pregnant?
We all know exercising in the middle of January is tough. (It’s just. so. cold.) We can use all the help we can get to move our butts off the couch (and our eyes away from those hours-long Netflix binges). Our favorite solution to the winter workout blues? Cute activewear! And the latest celeb giving us gym motivation (and Cali-girl style envy) is TV host Dayna Devon. She went through all the blood, sweat and tears it takes to launch her own line (no endorsement deal here, folks) and we have the exclusive first look of the new collection, Dayna Devon.
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She may be 51, but Lisa Rinna can still slip into the same gowns she was wearing 10 years ago. The reality star proved just that, pulling a vintage dress from her closet for HBO’s Golden Globes afterparty.
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There were a lot of fun (and not-so-fun) style surprises at the Golden Globes this year, but one thing that remained remarkably consistent: Stars over 50 had some of the most head-turning moments, from their body-skimming dresses to the killer bodies in those dresses.
There were a few major color trends on the red carpet at the Golden Globes. We saw surprising colors like yellow and purple, not-so-surprising colors like red and one sincerely sparkling statement: silver.