This Week's Best Dressed Celebrities – Iman, Dapper Dan & Tiffany Haddish

Our fashion favorites from April 2 to April 8. This past week, celebrities channeled Black tie attire as they navigated through the many red carpets for award show season and annual galas. Fellas put on their most dapper suits and tuxedos, while the ladies posed regally in elegant gowns. As the highly anticipated Met Gala is less than a month away, these fresh looks fed our desire for fashion and has us even more excited for the evening known to bring out the grandest ensembles.
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Must Read: Bella Hadid Covers 'Vogue,' Stacey Abrams and Iman to Be Honored at Inaugural Fifteen Percent Pledge Gala

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday. Bella Hadid covers the April 2022 issue of Vogue, photographed by Ethan James Green and styled by Gabriella Karefa-Johnson. In the accompanying story by Rob Haskell, the model discusses mental health, the effect of lifelong comparisons to her older sibling and more. {Vogue}

Stacey Abrams, Iman to Receive Honors at Inaugural Fifteen Percent Pledge Gala (Exclusive)

Fifteen Percent Pledge, the nonprofit launched in June 2020 to help address the racial wealth gap in the country, has unveiled the honorees for its inaugural benefit gala, which will take place April 2 at the New York Public Library. Stacey Abrams, who is currently running for governor in Georgia, will receive the Inspiration Award for her political, cultural and legal work, particularly in voting rights. Meanwhile, supermodel and philanthropist Iman will be recognized as Industry Pioneer.More from The Hollywood ReporterAlec Baldwin Honors "Extraordinary" RFK Ripple of Hope Laureates in Post-'Rust' Shooting AppearanceHBO Max's 'And Just Like That': TV ReviewStacey Abrams...

Iman Says Gaining Weight Was an ‘Instant Filler’ for Her Face

The glorious Iman is this week’s PEOPLE’s cover star and, while the supermodel is opening up about her “epic romance” with David Bowie, she’s also delivering some serious skin-care secrets. “I’ve put on 8 pounds during COVID, and it’s an instant filler,” the 66-year-old shares. “It completely softened my face.”

Iman explains why she won’t remarry after David Bowie’s death: ‘I wait until I meet him again’

Iman has revealed that she will not marry again after the death of her husband David Bowie.The supermodel spoke candidly about their 24-year marriage, and the loss of the musician from liver cancer in 2016, during an interview with People, where she revealed that the couple’s daughter Alexandria “Lexi” Jones, 21, once asked whether she would ever remarry.According to Iman, she told her daughter that she does not plan to marry again as she “still feels married”.“I said: ‘No, I will not.’ I still feel married,” the actor recalled, adding: “Someone a few years ago referred to David as...

Iman On Her Debut Fragrance Inspired By David Bowie and Why She Won’t Allow a Biopic About the Late Music Legend

In all the decades she’s been in the fashion and beauty business, Iman never thought about releasing a fragrance. Then came the pandemic. She was watching a sunset at the New York state country home she and her late husband David Bowie “built from scratch” when she caught a whiff of the scent she was wearing. Not just any scent, mind you. Since Bowie died in 2016, Iman has worn his favorite cologne, Tom Ford’s Grey Vetiver. “The sunset reminded me of Florence. David and I got married there,” she tells Variety. “All of that together just brought David home...

Iman Says She'll Never Remarry After David Bowie's Death

Iman says she still feels married to the late David Bowie. The 66-year-old supermodel is opening up about their famous romance and why she will never tie the knot again. Iman and Bowie met on a blind date set up by a mutual friend and got married in Florence, Italy, on June 6, 1992. They welcomed their now 21-year-old daughter, Alexandria, in 2000. The legendary musician died in 2016 after a battle with liver cancer. He was 69 years old.

Iman’s New Fragrance is a Valentine to David Bowie

David Bowie and Iman’s 24-year marriage was a romance for the ages. “My attraction to her was immediate and all-encompassing,” the rock icon once said of his first date with the Somalian supermodel in 1990. “That she would be my wife, in my head, was a done deal. I’d never gone after anything with such passion in my whole life.” The pair married in 1992 and settled down in New York City, later buying a home in upstate New York where they and their daughter Lexi, who was born in 2000, spent much of their time. When Bowie died in 2016, it shocked the world—and devastated his wife, who quietly navigated her grief behind the veil of privacy the couple had meticulously fostered.

David Bowie’s widow, Iman, explains why she’ll never remarry: ‘My love lives’

Iman has no plans to ever remarry after losing her husband David Bowie. The legendary artist passed away in 2016 at age 69 after fighting cancer for 18 months. "There are days that are harder than others but the memories are not all sad of why the person isn’t here," the supermodel and entrepreneur told People magazine on Wednesday. "… Sometimes I have to remind myself that I had 26 years. So I have that to sustain me."