Jasmine Tookes has been given the honour of wearing this year's Fantasy Bra. Credits: Getty Source: ELLE Canada
It's only $3 million.
Aside from getting your official Victoria's Secret wings, wearing the Fantasy Bra is the highest honour a VS Angel can have. This year, Jasmine Tookes gets to live that dream.
The 25-year-old model, who walked her very first Victoria's Secret fashion show in 2012, will be strutting down the catwalk in a $3-million diamond-and-emerald encrusted bra by jewellery designer Eddie Borgo.
First look at Jasmine Tookes in this year's Fantasy Bra. Credits: twitter.com/VictoriasSecret
The bra took around 700 hours to make and is made up of 450 carats of precious stones set in 18-karat gold, so it's no wonder Jasmine was so pumped to be chosen. See her reaction below.
You can watch the full Victoria's Secret fashion show on Monday, December 5.
Time to make nice with static, as seen at Sonia Rykiel's Spring 2017 show.
Spring 2017's most exciting message—to genuinely embrace the undone, aesthetic—is highlighted in the most beautiful way through hair.
Let us count the ways windblown hair looked fresh—not frazzled—on the Spring 2017 runways.
At Chloé, where the hair was slightly bent and the ends were left unfinished.
At Dorhout Mees, where models let their frizz flags fly.
At Etro, where the fuzz encircled the set of waves like an angelic halo.
At Tommy Hilfiger, where it looked as if the models spent the morning at one of the four corners of the earth.
Hair looked like it had air-dried after a morning lake dip (think summer camp and Herbal Essences) at Veronique Leroy.
At Koche, where the glory of the '90s hair flip worked in tandem with all the messy bits.
And at Philosophy, where surfer girl hair story matched freshly scrubbed skin—and freckles.
We know, not everyone can try this look at home. But something everyone can try is frizz forgiveness. The next time you're about to flat-iron, soak your strands in something heavy that will stomp out those flyaways—step back. Your lax hair finish might just be the next big trend in beauty. No need to fuzz off.
Are you using it yet?
We're guessing you've heard of Proactiv? The founders behind the acne treatment line – dermatologists Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields – also happen to be the savvy brains behind another skincare brand, aptly named Rodan + Fields, which zeros in on anti-aging treatment systems. The duo were recently in Toronto to talk about a super secret launch from said skincare brand, and while my lips are sealed on those details (guys, I had to sign a non-disclosure agreement!), I can tell you my takeaway from meeting with them is that I need to start using retinoic acid like, five years ago.
According to Dr. Kathy Fields, who is still a practicing dermatologist and prof at Stanford School of Medicine in San Francisco, it's all about retinoic acid, which has been around for over 30 years.
"Retinoic acid is still the favoured molecule by dermatologists," says Dr. Fields. "It's vitamin A. It makes the pores look smaller because it debrides the pore [for all you word nerds, that means it unplugs the pore]. It helps normalize cell turnover, which is anti-wrinkle. It helps shed dark skin [think brown spots] and a little anti-cancer."
"If you have sun damaged skin, it helps normalize the epidermis," says Fields.
A few things to know about using retinoic acid:
But the number one anti-aging cream of all time, to infinity and beyond? Come on, you should know this by now.
The answer is sunscreen. "If you're not protecting your skin, you're toast," says Fields.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Apple and Moses. Credits: Instagram.com Source: ELLE Canada
Proud mom and dad alert.
Of course Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin procreated super-talented celebrity scions.
Apple and Moses Martin joined their dad onstage to sing a song at a Boys and Girls Club fundraiser in Malibu. Moses, 10, covered Twenty One Pilots’ “House of Gold,” earning cheers from the crowd. Twelve-year-old Apple impressed with Ariana Grande’s “Just a Little Bit of Your Heart,” with her Coldplay frontman dad on piano.
Mom and dad have some competition.