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.
Happy birthday – and baby, Ciara! The singer turned 31 on Oct. 25 and announced the same day that she and new husband Russell Wilson are expecting their first child.
She posted an adorbs snapchat on Instagram with the caption. "On this special birthday, I received an abundance of love from friends and family. And I'm excited to finally share one of the Greatest Gifts of All that God could give."
This is their first child together. Ciara has a son, Future Zahir Wilburn, with rapper Future. Congrats CiCi!
The Coveteur: Private Spaces, Personal Style Source: The Coveteur/Jake Rosenberg
Stephanie Mark has made a name for herself as one half of the duo behind The Coveteur, a website that documents the closets of some of fashion’s biggest names. Alongside co-founder Jake Rosenberg, Mark has released a coffee table book called The Coveteur: Private Spaces, Personal Style featuring 43 exclusive profiles of designers, trendsetters, and icons (hello, Hugh Hefner!) We caught up with Mark to talk about OTT collections, starstruck moments, and being “adopted” by Bobbi Brown.
“Christian Louboutin was really special. He’s so kind, and he’s only asked five or six press outlets in his house throughout his career. Being in his space, hearing him tell the story of how we got started—he’s an icon in fashion but he’s an icon to everyone. To have that one on one time with him was so special. I was really nervous, and I don’t get nervous that much!”
The Coveteur/Jake Rosenber
“Suzanne Rogers is a collector in the truest form, she really champions designers she works with and buys from. She gets to know the designers and supports them. Shooting her closet took a long time, we walked in and were like ‘We’re gonna need more people at this shoot. We need to call for back-up reinforcements!’”
“For Cindy Crawford, we were nervous and excited, it was an ‘oh my god pinch me’ moment. Just because of the impact she’s had on the industry. Her house is so stunning in Malibu, right by the water. It was jaw-dropping. She is so lovely, and laid-back, and talked about her cottage in Muskoka.”
The Coveteur/Jake Rosenberg
“We are in people’s houses, so it’s not uncommon for people to feed us, we lie in people’s beds. Bobbi Brown, she literally adopted us. She sent us home with food—we were staying at an AirBNB and she was like ‘There’s no food there!’ Jake went to her house for the Jewish holidays.”
Oprah Winfrey Source: Getty
Her skincare specialist explains.
When you get a bespoke facial from Jennifer Brodeur at Bella Clinique in Montreal, you’ll also meet “Max,” the LED-light-therapy machine that Brodeur designed in 2003 and always refers to as a person. (It’s actually called “Max+.”)
The machine, she explains, harnesses research from NASA and uses light wavelengths to treat skin concerns. Skin cells absorb the UV-free light as energy. Red-light wavelengths, for example, are said to stimulate fibroblasts to create collagen, while yellow light tightens skin.
“It’s interesting because you don’t feel anything, so a lot of clients at first were like, ‘Are you sure you’re doing something?’” she says, laughing. Any disbelievers can call Oprah; Brodeur has been treating her since 2012.