A shot from Puma's Swan Pack collection
The activewear brand tapped New York City Ballet dancers to front its latest collection.
Puma's newest collection, called Swan Pack, takes inspiration from Swan Lake. The streetwise athletic looks are rendered in a black and white colour palette, the running shoes feature iridescent details and there's even a workout cape adorned with feathers. The brand worked with dancers from the New York City Ballet, who modelled the pieces in the shots. The images feature models lacing up their pointe shoes in a rehearsal room, performing on-stage and waiting in the wings. Relive your kiddie ballet days with a scroll through the campaign below. The collection hits stores on February 1st.
In breaking celebrity hygiene news, Brie Larson hasn't washed her hair since the Golden Globes.
At the time of this writing, that would add up to a grand total of 4 days without nary a trace of shampoo touching the 'do she wore to the glitzy award show (see image above).
Larson, who won an Oscar for last year's Room, celebrated this (questionable) feat with an Instagram shot of her hair in its current state, defiantly sticking it to the hair care industry by hashtagging: #dirtyhairdontcare
We are committed to keeping you updated on this story as it develops.
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The reason might surprise you.
Last night, Kim Kardashian and her little sister Kendall Jenner stunned when they were spotted on the streets of New York looking like they were headed to the Met Gala.
But here's the thing: they were headed to the Met Gala – or were pretending to be, at least.
Apparently, the stylish celeb sisters were filming a cameo for the upcoming Ocean's 8 movie strarring Sandra Bullock, Anne Hathaway and Rihanna, among others. They're reportedly set to appear in a Met Gala scene, but we'll have to wait until 2018 to watch their big-screen debut.
Kim wore a sheer gown and furry topper from Givenchy's Fall 2010 Couture collection. Practically vintage!
Kendall went for a lacy gown by Elie Saab from the Spring 2016 Couture runway.
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