And she wasn't the only celeb feelin' herself on the 'gram this week.
Bust a move!
Devin Brugman used to need to wear three sports bras to get through a workout. (She’s a 32DDD.) “The only options were these maternity-style harness bras or slim, sexy types,” says Brugman, the co-founder of the A Bikini a Day Instagram and website. (Yes, she and bestie Natasha Oakley pose in swimwear every day; no, they are not insane.) So she designed her own bra, the “Devin,” for her Monday Active sportswear line. Here are her non-negotiables:
We need this so our breasts stay in place and because it prevents the stretching of the Cooper’s ligaments – the connective tissue in the breasts. (Stretching = sagging.) “Eighty percent of the strength and support of the bra is in the band,” says Jenine LaFayette of Brooks Running Canada. “It’s like the foundation of a house.” (The band should be tighter than your typical bra, so you may need to go down a size.)
If the cup is wrinkling, it’s too small and can chafe. Make sure it sits smoothly over the breasts.
Run in place, squat or do your best Britney Spears impression while trying on the bra in the change room. If it’s even the slightest bit pinchy, walk away.
(Don’t) free the nipple
Sleeping in a sports bra won’t make your girls perkier (sorry), but it can reduce pre-period tenderness. “It feels better because your breasts aren’t moving around at night,” says Dr. Ruth Heisey of Women’s College Hospital in Toronto.
“Devin” Bra, Monday Active ($161), at bandier.com.
Come des Garçons Spring/Summer 2017 Source: Imaxtree.com
Today, The Met announced the theme of the next Costume Institute exhibition, set for Spring 2017. The exhibition will focus on Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons. The exhibit will explore the designer's relationship with the concepts of beauty and good taste, and the fine line between fashion and anti-fashion. It's only the Met's second exhibit of a living designer's work, the other displayed designs by Yves Saint Laurent in 1983. As always, the theme of the exhibition will carry through to the Met Gala. We can already picture the avant-garde looks to be donned by Gigi, Bella and Kendall come May.
After filling their front row with an assortment of young It Girls and Guys this season, Dolce & Gabbana is still hanging with the cool crowd for their Spring/Summer campaign.
Stylish stars like Zendaya, YouTube sensation Cameron Dallas, and Cindy Crawford’s model son Presley Gerber modeled in the streets of Capri in looks from the new collection, and we have serious FOMO.
Alert: there’s more RiRi merch to get your hands on. The singer has launched her fourth collection in collaboration with Stance socks, and this one may be the best yet.
Called the Japan Collection, the socks feature gorgeous Geisha and lotus flower inspired illustrations.
We also can’t get over LA artist Bijou Karman’s paintings of RiRi as a geisha gal for the campaign.
Grab a pair at stance.com.
Artist Anicka Yi became the 11th winner of the Hugo Boss Prize in recognition of her achievements in contemporary art.
The award, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, comes with a $100,000 prize from the Guggenheim Foundation, and a solo exhibition at the Guggenheim museum in New York in April 2017.
With a shritless Justin Hartley.
Rachel McAdams' Thursday was probably a lot more fun than yours. She popped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk about her new movie, Doctor Strange, and naturally Ellen persuaded/strong-armed her into playing the game, "Oops My Water Broke." (Cue all the pregnancy rumours.)
The premise: A shirtless star, in this case This is Us star Justin Hartley, is forced to sit under a precarious water balloon situ. McAdams actually felt seemed to feel genuinely bad when she soaked Hartley. #soCanadian