You go Landry! Kirsten Dunst just got engaged—and it's to everyone's favourite fictional nerd-turned-football player.
The 34 year old actress is reportedly affianced to Jesse Plemons, 28, who you might remember from Breaking Bad and who you definitely know as Matt Saracen's best friend on Friday Night Lights. Plemons and Dunst co-star in the hit show Fargo and have been an item since last May.
The Louis Vuitton Silver Lockit necklace
In 2016, Louis Vuitton partnered with UNICEF to help vulnerable children around the world. This year, as a promise to children affected by disease, natural disasters and conflict, Louis Vuitton designed the Silver Lockit pendant ($600) and bracelet ($500), available at Louis Vuitton stores worldwide and online. For each sale of the Silver Lockit, $200 will be donated to UNICEF. A single donation can provide six First Aid kits, 45 mosquito nets or 25 fleece blankets.
Louis Vuitton also kicked off the #MAKEAPROMISE campaign. Inspired by childhood "pinkie promises," the brand is encouraging others to snap a promise of their own on social media. On January 12, Louis Vuitton will host the first #MAKEAPROMISE Day at stores around the world (including Toronto's Bloor Street location) to raise funds and awareness for the campaign. To date, Louis Vuitton has raised $2.5 million for UNICEF initiatives.
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. Image by: Getty
Ellen DeGeneres and Ryan Gosling's mutual affection knows no bounds. (Remember in 2011 when the cool AF actor actually wore a onesie on her show because he's so committed to her.) But could they actually have better chemistry than him and Emma Stone?
The proof may be in found in this spoof video from The Ellen DeGeneres show with the comedian claiming she was his original co-star in La La Land.
Gosling update #2: ICYMI, his dance moves weren't always so suave. British journalist Graham Norton joyfully humiliated the actor on his talk show when he aired a video of pre-teen Ryan's performance in a made-in-Canada dance competition.
Beyoncé at the Met Gala in 2016. Image by: Getty
What we learned during a master class with Beyoncé's makeup artist.
After working closely with Beyoncé, Joan Smalls, Naomi Campbell and Karlie Kloss, you could forgive Sir John Barnett for not being humble. Except humble is exactly what he is. At a recent master class for beauty editors and industry insiders, L'Oréal Paris Celebrity Makeup Artist Sir John (yes, it's his real name) preached kindness in an industry that is sometimes perceived as being catty. “I am not in the business of makeup, I am in the business of people," he told the crowd. "It’s less of how I am with a brush and more of how I am with people. If you make them feel good, they will want to work with you again.” Here are 11 other things we learned from the makeup maestro.
1. Beyoncé wasn't mad that her 2016 Met Gala look wasn’t well received. "Fans wanted to kill me. [Laughs] I remember one comment, 'Who did this to her!?’ We wanted to do a bit of a graphic liner. She was happy though, I saw her the next day and I thought she was going to be so upset but she was like, 'Babe, I felt good, I liked it.' And I liked it too, so that was it!”
2. Beyoncé's favourite beauty look is all about the lip. “She loves a statement lip. She's a girl who loves lips and minimal eyes. If you see she is wearing a crazy eye look, it is probably because I convinced her to do it. One time I talked her into doing a glossy lid for one of her music videos and she loved it so much that now she tries to do it on her own.”
3. Use a light hand when applying foundation. “[My makeup pet peeve is] when girls wear too much foundation."
4. The makeup trend that he thinks is over: “Highlighting the tip of the nose.”
5. Reconsider your use of powder. "I never bake [makeup]. Never. The skin needs to be as natural as possible. Plus, imperfections give you swag. If you have oily skin use a mattifying moisturizer or foundation, don’t set with powder.”
6. Sir John looks for a "sense of urgency" in his assistants. "If I ask for something, I don’t want to see [them] walking over to get it. If I am feeling stressed out, I want to look over and see that [they] might be a little stressed out too.”
7. His favourite look is dewy skin. "It is the sexiest thing a woman can do.”
8. What he learned from working with makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury. “Be yourself, be unique.”
9. Joan Smalls is secretly amazing at makeup. "Joan Smalls is so good at makeup; she does amazing makeup on herself.” [Ed note: She also knows how to work her hair. I've seen her tweaking it backstage at fashion week.]
10. Take YouTube tutorials with a grain of salt. “While YouTube is great, we want to make sure it is not the blind leading the blind. Make sure you are seeking tips and advice from people who are out in the field and actually know what they are doing.”
11. He would love to work with Priyanka Chopra. "I saw her at the Globes and I was a little starstruck. I had to work up the courage to go and say hello. Also Olivia Wilde, she is beautiful.”
With files from Maryjane Peters.