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Wedding Bells? Billy Ray Cyrus 'Engaged' To Younger Singer Firerose 5 Months After Wife Tish Filed For Divorce
Billy Ray Cyrus may soon be heading down the aisle again as he is reportedly engaged to much younger singer Firerose months after his estranged wife, Leticia "Tish" Cyrus (née Finley), filed for divorce, RadarOnline.com has learned. The Australian-born performer was spotted wearing a massive diamond ring, fueling rumors...
According to MEAWW King Charles has serious reservations about Meghan Markle resuming her Archetypes Podcast for Spotify. The next episode is scheduled for Tuesday, October 4th, and will feature actress and comedian Margaret Cho who will talk about Asian-American tropes in the entertainment industry.
Not only is Amal Clooney a constant inspiration for workwear, but the human rights lawyer also knows how to make an impact when dressing up for an evening soirée. Last night, she was spotted in an elegant ensemble as she arrived at the Albie Awards, an event hosted by the Clooney Foundation for Justice, her and husband George's organisation.
Hailey Bieber is finally addressing the years-long debate over her relationship with Justin Bieber and alleged feud with his ex Selena Gomez. Speaking to Alexandra Cooper on the Wednesday episode of her Call Her Daddy podcast, Hailey assured that despite fans' assumptions, she never dated the "Peaches" singer at the same time as Selena—nor did she "steal" him from her.
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Just two days after the debut of Riccardo Tisci’s Spring 2023 Burberry collection, the brand has announced a major new change in direction. Daniel Lee, the 38-year-old Brit who led a slick reboot of Bottega Veneta before abruptly departing the brand late last year, will lead the heritage English brand as chief creative officer.
The Saks Fifth Avenue Friends and Family Sale is known for two things. First, a rare 25 percent off new fall items, and second, a very short window to take advantage of the deal: The current sale is already over on Monday, October 3. That gives shoppers just 4 days to comb through more than 54,000 items—and not everyone can prioritize the hunt for a deeply discounted Rodarte mushroom dress worn by Lorde (which, yes, is on sale at Saks right now) over things like, uh, life. So when this year's event officially went live, I didn't run to fill my own cart. I ran to Slack to poll the BAZAAR team on the selections everyone should buy first.
When you meet Lucas Bravo, you half expect to see him with frying pan in hand, offering to make you eggs. His role as chef Gabriel, in Netflix's Emily in Paris, has made him a household name (with pin-up status) but it is, interestingly enough, not the career move that he considers life-changing.
My PROCESS is based on lots of RESEARCH. It’s based on ART, FASHION, PERIODS OF TIME, and special MOMENTS I’ve had on the DANCE FLOOR. On November 25, Dijon will release her sophomore album, Black Girl Magic, which features collaborations with Channel Tres, Eve, and Luke Solomon. “It’s really about love and self-acceptance,” says Dijon, a fixture in the clubs of Berlin, where she’s based, who has helped soundtrack runway shows for Louis Vuitton and Dior. (She also has her own fashion brand under the Comme des Garçons umbrella.) In everything she does, Dijon seeks to pay homage to dance music’s birthplace in queer Black and Latin spaces. So when Beyoncé asked Dijon to help produce her recent dance-inspired album, Renaissance, she was excited by the opportunity to center those experiences. “Beyoncé wanted to celebrate the roots of dance culture in an authentic way,” she explains. “I’m very proud to share how much magic was created by marginalized people.” For this issue, Dijon curated a playlist around the theme of process, choosing a “broad brushstroke” of music that inspires her. Along with Kendrick Lamar’s “Mirror,” about his “process of healing and releasing shame as a Black artist,” Dijon included “BlackWater” by Octave One (a “house-music club anthem”) as well as her own single “Love Is a State of Mind.” “It encompasses everything I believe in,” she says of the latter track.
The first time round-brush bristles pulled at my wavy tresses, the heat of the hair dryer warming my scalp, my grandma hovered above me, working both tools together in perfect equilibrium. Her hair was a highlighted peroxide blond and always perfectly coiffed. Feathered and golden, her rounded layers were lifted at the root and coated in aerosol hairspray—a secondary fragrance—that held a scalloped silhouette with voluminous height in perfect place.