Only RiRi could make sweatpants look this good.
At this point, we can't keep calling Rihanna's outfits unexpected if the style chameleon always wears something surprising and amazing. Who else would think to pair a bubble gum pink hoodie and matching sweatpants with a bright green trench coat?
This look is the perfect comfy-cool combo for a wintery weekend, though you might want to pair it with heeled ankle boots instead of Rihanna's open-toed Tom Ford sandals. Her Burberry python trench coat and Vetements x Champion sweatsuit however, are ideal for a chilly Canadian weekend.
Feeling the powder pink look? Shop a less pricey version from Topshop, just in time for a weekend of catching up with your Netflix account.
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Remember paper-bag pants?
Stylish star Sienna Miller was spotted out in London in a somewhat forgotten trend, the paper-bag waist.
While a trend inspired by a paper bag may not sound like one you'd ever want to bring back, when styled with the right ensemble they make for a major street style moment. Before getting Sienna's stamp of approval, the pant was notably revived on the runway at Stella McCartney, who paired the pant with fitted, corset-like tops. It's the first time in several seasons that the cinched silhouette has entered the fashion conversation.
Pants like these can't help but take the spotlight, so we love how Sienna rocked her dusty rose pair with a simple sweater and matching peep-toe shoes.
Here are some options to get the tapered trouser look:
Ann Demeulemeester Cortez Trousers ($661), at farfetch.com.
Chris Pratt gets a touch-up for Conan. Image by: Instagram
A reflection on his process.
In December, Chris Pratt showed us how he liked to liven up his Passengers press tour hair-and-makeup with some Beauty-Blender dancing to The Weeknd's "Starboy."
Now, he's blessed us with another behind-the-scenes Instagram, showing a sped-up version of his daily two-hour transformation in the makeup chair from hunky Hollywood star to burly from-the-future character in Passengers.
Next up? A YouTube channel? Make-up line? We can only dream.
Kate, Wills and Harry were all together for a public engagement today, and well, the press pack who covers the royal family were not impressed.
The trio were out and about in London today (Kate in a new Erdem dress, FYI) to lend support to the HeadsTogether campagin, a mental health advocacy cause they've had a history of championing together.
On this occasion, however, none of the Windsor crew bothered to acknowledge the group of journalists who make a profession out of covering them, causing The Daily Express's royal reporter, Richard Palmer, to send this series of tweets:
My phone died just as William, Kate and Harry arrived at the ICA. William noticeably blanked us all from two feet away. Charming. 😂— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) January 17, 2017
The three royal leave and one cheeky photographer shouts: "Bye!" No reply. pic.twitter.com/JtNP4qstof— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) January 17, 2017
The royal press pack has decided that part of having a national conversation about mental health should involve saying hello to people.— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) January 17, 2017