And are still best friends.
It’s about to be officially over for Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom. According the TMZ, the pair have reached a settlement in their divorce, they just need a judge to sign off on it. (There's no details on the terms.)
Khloé and Lamar wed in September 2009 a month after they met. They separated in December 2013, but have remained super close.
Khloé helped him through his overdose last year and the pair attended the Yeezy Season 3 show at New York Fashion Week together in February. At the time, she shut down rumours of reconciliation. “God forbid exes are cordial right?!?!” she said on Twitter. “Wtf is wrong with people?!?! People should praise kindness. Not question it.”
Edward Cullen and Bella Swan Credits: Imdb.com Source: ELLE Canada
Today in news that will make you feel really old: Eight years ago, the very first Twilight movie hit theatres. If you're looking to round out your collection of Edward posters (no judgement) and other memorabilia, now you can own a piece of the vampire franchise.
Some 900 props and costumes from the set of all five of the Twilight movies will be auctioned off on November 19 and 20 at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Before you book your flight to L.A.: bids can also be placed over the phone and online.
Visit the auction's official website for the full catalogue of items, but highlights include Jacob's motorcycle, Bella's engagement ring and every blood-stained Volturi battle costume you could ever want.
She designed them herself.
You and me at the gym: sweaty, saggy old gym clothes and bad hair. Gigi Hadid at the gym: fierce, perfect top knot and no old runners in sight. The evidence: the campaign for her new Stuart Weitzman collabo, the Gigi Boot.
In the short film, which is directed by James Franco (#random), Hadid, an avid boxer, steps in the ring and takes down three opponents – all the while wearing the new stacked-heel combat boots she designed for the footwear brand. Apparently Hadid boxed for about 12 hours during the NYC shoot. We're exhausted just watching.
The It girl preaches less foundation and more authenticity.
‘Twas the night before my interview with Dree Hemingway, the face of Chloé Fleur de Parfum, and I found myself lost in the depths of her Instagram feed. The model/actress' stream of chic bohemian photos had me double tapping, wondering how I could also be this inherently cool. The next morning when the interview started, I was thrilled to discover our mutual love for vintage shopping (as one feels when they discover some level on which they can relate to a model). “I really wish I had more time in Toronto to explore all of the vintage shops!" she enthused. "You guys have so many!”
Hemingway (yes, she's the kin of esteemed American novelist Ernest Hemingway), is widely known for her laid-back attitude and no-makeup aesthetic. When I asked her about this, she laughed. “If you cover yourself up too much, your spirit can’t shine through!” But, of course!
Here, four chic tips from face of Chloé Fleur de Parfum on low-maintenance beauty and living an authentic life.
“Sometimes it can be easy to get pigeonholed as a 'blond'. I got my septum piercing to be a little bit different, to let people know I’m not what they might expect. I got it pierced this past June, but I go through phases of loving it and wanting to take it out. That's why I could never get a tattoo.”
"[I admire] French women. I lived in Paris when I first started modelling and would observe their approach to beauty. Nothing is fussy. If they put a lip on, that’s it. They only accent one element. [I'm also inspired by] '70s beach vibes and my aunt Margaux; I have so many beautiful photos of her. I’ve always been attracted to the Chloé woman and her way of life, the ease. It's light, delicate and free-spirited."
“I think that it is really nice to let your natural colouring shine through. I never cover my cheeks with foundation or anything, and I don’t cover my eyes either, because I like the natural pigmentation that your body has. It's almost like your own natural eyeshadow.”
"Laugh and smile everyday like you mean it; it's illuminating. And don’t pick your pimples."
Chloé Fleur de Parfum Spray ($122 for 50mL), at sephora.com.