Pippa Middleton at a British Heart Foundation even in February 2016.
Most importantly, what designer is Princess Charlotte wearing.
Taking a cue from her duchess big sis Kate, Pippa Middleton is keeping all the details of her upcoming wedding to hedge fund manager James Matthews on the DL.
But that hasn't prevented EVERYONE from weighing in on who they think will design the dress for the royal wedding 2.0. Giles Deacon emerged as number one in November when he was spotted leaving the Pipster's London house carrying a black garment bag (!!). Now, he's finally, kinda, sorta addressed the rumours.
Pippa Middleton at the royal wedding in 2011. Image by: Getty
"I can never really comment on rumours. Until things are confirmed it's just rumours," he told Hello! Fashion. "I think they've both got divine style. They're thoroughly modern girls promoting British brands and looking fantastic."
Pippa's wedding is reportedly on May 20.
Beyoncé on The Formation World Tour in 2016.
Worst. Day. Ever.
We'd hate to be customer service at Coachella right now. Organizers of the music festival have confirmed that Beyoncé will no longer be headlining the concert this April, breaking the hearts of the Beyhive.
The singer, who is expecting twins with hubby Jay Z, is "following advice of doctors to keep a less rigorous schedule," organizers said in a statement, adding that the Bey will perform in 2018 instead. (Setting calendar countdown now.)
To cheer us all up, last night Bey posted this Insta photo of her and Blue Ivy with the deer Snapchat filter from the NBA All-Star Game.
Here's a comforting thought: There's very little chance you will do anything as high key cringeworthy as what Warren Beatty did last night at the Oscars.
Unless you were planning on announcing the wrong winner for Best Picture, too?
The moment—immediately pounced upon as #OscarGate—still seems a bit surreal. At the time, while still on stage, Warren explained that he opened up the envelope to find a card that read "Emma Stone, Lalaland". Beatty, clearly feeling something was wrong, can be seen checking in the envelope for another card, before consulting co-presenter Faye Dunaway, who just went for it and announced: "Lala Land!".
Cue everyone in that case rushing the stage, celebrating, and then a man coming up to the microphone saying: "Moonlight has won best picture. This is not a joke."
In the hours that followed, we're getting further details on how something like that happened. According to PWC, the accounting firm that handles the maintenance of the secrecy of the winners, released a statement that basically said: We messed up, he was given the wrong envelope, and we're launching an investigation to see how that happened.
And while, yes, thinking you won best picture and then having it taken from you literally while you're accepting the award sucks, LaLaland did have an otherwise succesful night: Emma Stone won best actress and Damien Chazell became the youngest best director winner at 32.
The products we're lusting after for spring 2017.
This new take on Miu Miu’s debut fragrance keeps lily of the valley and the patchouli-like Akigalawood as top and base notes while adding a white floral heart for a scent meant to evoke the first day of spring. Miu Miu L’Eau Bleue Eau de Parfum Spray ($105 for 50 mL), at sephora.com.
When Target left Canada, so did beloved brand Pixi. Now it’s back (hurrah!), and for the first time, skincare is available in addition to cosmetics. Our pick: this just-launched physical (sugar cane) and chemical (lactic acid) exfoliant. Pixi Beauty Peel & Polish ($34), at shoppersdrugmart.ca.
Organic mongongo oil, high in moisturizing fatty acids and derived from the South African manketti tree, is the star in this blend of fast-absorbing oils. Apply strategically (on wind-chapped cheeks, for instance) as the weather changes from cold to, well, slightly less cold. Physicians Formula Organic Wear Bright Booster Oil Elixir ($20), at shoppersdrugmart.ca.
If you’ve maxed out on Millennial-coloured products (you know the shade), may we suggest this powdery hue as an alternative? OPI Infinite Shine in Suzi Without a Paddle ($16.95), at chatters.ca.
Two satin (peachy beige and gold) and two matte (caramel beige and pinky red) shades comprise Chanel makeup artist Lucia Pica’s face palette for spring. Chanel Coco Code Blush Harmony ($70), at chanel.com.
This hue is our favourite of the 10 shades of seriously-long-wearing liquid lipstick and gloss. CoverGirl Outlast All-Day Colour + Gloss in Coral Crave ($12), at walmart.ca.
Holding a can of dry shampoo close to your scalp and spraying will not do you any favours. Batiste applicators are designed to disperse product evenly from 30 centimetres (think half an arm’s length) away, and particles are sized to penetrate the hair shaft, nixing oil right from the roots. Batiste Dry Shampoo in Cherry ($9) at walmart.ca.
The latest foundation from Giorgio Armani marries the technology of the brand’s oil-based Maestro Fusion with the long-wearing pigments in its liquid eyeshadows for a high-coverage formula that feels like a serum. Giorgio Armani Power Fabric Foundation in 3.5 ($70), at sephora.com.