Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth at Elton John's 2012 Oscar viewing party. Credits: Getty Source: ELLE Canada
Miley Cyrus has finally addressed the bling on her ring finger.
Back in January, the pop star posted an Instagram selfie wearing her engagement ring from Liam Hemsworth, causing us all to wonder if the Cyrus-Hemsworth wedding was back on (they had split in 2013) and just when we would receive our invitation.
Yesterday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Miley confirmed the engagement obliquely, telling Ellen she's told Liam the ring is not entirely her style, but "I wear it because you love me."
That said, we know what Liam can get her for Christmas. Candy. Miley admits that she sometime switches up the diamond for accessories made out of gummies and cotton candy. We feel you.
If you're in pain at the very thought of wearing heels, you'll want to see this.
Recently, I declared that I would never again spend money on high heels. I've hit heel fatigue and I know the feeling of limping home with achy arches after a night of balancing my weight on the balls of my feet all too well. But there's something about a pair of artful Dries Van Noten feather-embellished heels that gets my heart racing. Suddenly, those thoughts of pain are replaced with those of all the fabulous holiday parties my new shoes and I will attend. And I'm not alone. Fashion e-comm platform Lyst reports a 117% increase in heel sales in November and December (aka holiday season). Here's a fun fact: The most popular heel on the site is Stuart Wietzman Nudist Sandal, which boasts a vertiginous 4.7-inch heel that's the embodiment of the old adage, "suffer for fashion." So what's a shoe addict to do?
Lyst partnered with Andrea Hurst, a reflexology expert whose client list includes Gwyneth Paltrow, Cindy Crawford, Emilia Clarke and Emily Blunt to consolidate her celeb-tested tips on reducing and preventing pain caused by high heels into a handy infographic that breaks down exercises, tips and tricks in an A-Z Hight Heel Health Bible. Just hover over the images to read the tips –your feet will thank you.
Thanks to Lyst for providing the heel stats!
“Martha! You’ve sexted?”
BFFs Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg (for real, they’re coming out with a cooking show called Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party on VH1) joined Anna Kendrick on The Ellen DeGeneres show for a quick round of “Never Have I Ever” and it’s nothing short of awesome.
Awkward topics covered: kinky habits, drunk-dialling your ex, and trouble with the law. Too bad they didn't have any tequila to go with those coerced public confessions.
Kenzo x H&M launches next week, but we're already wishing (and perhaps predicting) the next H&M designer collab.
How can the next H&M collab possibly match Kenzo? Tapping Marc Jacobs to dream up next-level clothes is a start.
Simone Rocha is no stranger to collabs (she offered up a ruffled take on denim for J Brand) and we’d love to see her feminine, pearl-embellished creations reach an even wider audience.
Fans of H&M’s 2011 Versace collab would have lots to get excited about if some embellished, risqué Puglisi designs hit the H&M floor. Just picture the gilded shoes and jewellery.
H&MxDVF has a nice ring to it, no? Much like Olivier Rousteing of Balmain, Diane von Furstenburg has the power to summon the likes of Kendall, Gigi and Karlie (see: the DVF Fall 2016 runway) for another collab with serious star power.
Sacai’s Chitose Abe ingeniously mixes techniques and materials for clothes that feel refreshingly off-centre, and with a Nike collab under her belt, she’s proven that her creations can have mass-market appeal. Are you listening, H&M?
Just think of the cool denim and edgy ankle boots that could come out of this Swedish double hit.
We can only imagine the sweet-yet-quirky pieces this collab would produce.
Massimo Giorgetti has been designing his cheery and sometimes-irreverent line MSGM for four years, turning it into a bona fide style fixture. A collab with H&M would bring his playful prints and wild accessories to an eager fan base.