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Remember paper-bag pants?
Stylish star Sienna Miller was spotted out in London in a somewhat forgotten trend, the paper-bag waist.
While a trend inspired by a paper bag may not sound like one you'd ever want to bring back, when styled with the right ensemble they make for a major street style moment. Before getting Sienna's stamp of approval, the pant was notably revived on the runway at Stella McCartney, who paired the pant with fitted, corset-like tops. It's the first time in several seasons that the cinched silhouette has entered the fashion conversation.
Pants like these can't help but take the spotlight, so we love how Sienna rocked her dusty rose pair with a simple sweater and matching peep-toe shoes.
Here are some options to get the tapered trouser look:
Ann Demeulemeester Cortez Trousers ($661), at farfetch.com.
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.
So Meghan Markle met Duchess Kate and Princess Charlotte last week! And like any woman keen to make a good impression on potential in-laws, Meg did not arrive empty handed.
The 35 year old kinda-Torontonian gave Kate, whose 35th birthday was last week, a "leather-bound dream diary"...or at least that's what The Sun newspaper is reporting.
The paper does not elaborate on what exactly one does with a "dream diary"...but if we were Kate we'd probably fill it with fantasies of a life where the internet didn't explode every time we cut a few layers into our hair.
NB: George would totally have been in on these informal celebrations but unfortunately he had school.
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.