When Brad Goreski left his position as styling executive at Rachel Zoe Inc. both parties said that the split was amicable but naturally, Zoe waited to the first episode of her show, 'The Rachel Zoe Project', to suggest that the split was actually a lot messier than she had initially let on.
Rumours about the rift between the pair have intensified since Goreski's new show aired earlier this week, particularly since it showed showing the stylist struggling to get clients and being dropped by Diane Lane. Yesterday things got that little bit worse. The Cut picked up on an interesting retweet from Rachel Zoe stating: "@Bravolebrity1 @SD0927 I am sure @mrbradgoreski show will fail but @rzrachelzoe will continue to be a star in business and personal life."
Last year was definitely the year of Arizona Muse. It's hard to think of a magazine that did not have the 23 year-old model's face in one issue or another and for the S/S12 campaign season, she seriously swept up. 2012 is already starting off strong for the model as British Vogue has just released this image of her on the cover of their Patrick Demarchelier-shot February 2012 issue.
While it's refreshing to see a smiley face, the cover doesn't strike a chord with me. The magazine has been so strong with coves in the past from their beautiful close-up shot of Adele to their most recent Charlie's Angels-style Florence Welchcover so in comparison, this feels slightly disappointing.The Prada dress, which has been doing the rounds recently, fails to detract from the earrings that have an uncanny resemblance to something Pat Butcher would have worn in Eastenders.
Things change. Then, after a while, they come back. So things get longer and longer and longer. And then they get shorter and shorter and shorter. And at the fashion shows, people say, 'Ah! Fantastique!' — but things were like that 10 years ago; they go around. Only amazing designers think of the truly new.
Aside from being a great actress and receiving critical acclaim for her performance in 'Black Swan' last year, things are looking good for Mila Kunis. Today Dior announced that the Ukraine-born star is the new face of their Miss Dior handbag range and these are the first few images of the Mikael Jansson shot ads.
"Mila Kunis is a very talented young actress; she embodies the true modern woman," Delphine Arnault, Dior's deputy general manager, explained when asked about casting the actress. "Her performance in Black Swan was remarkable. She is very gifted."
My new years resolutions usually consist of the usuals; spend more time with my family, spend less money on clothes and lose that extra pound or four for that special event but amongst them is always a pledge to stick to a beauty routine. As always, the year always starts off well as I attempt to stick with the traditional ‘cleanse, tone and moisturise’ routine advocated by just about every beauty brand and magazine. After January when things get busy though, any initial attempt goes completely down the pan.
But far from making you feel bad, NIVEA’s new initiative is all about embracing women’s busy lifestyles and celebrating the diversity in our beauty routines. As far as NIVEA is concerned, your beauty routine should be based around your lifestyle. Recently they launched a web tool, which centres around exploring the ways you mix and match their Daily Essentials collection to meet your needs. The process is simple. All you have to do is enter the barcode of you latest purchase from the collection or take a picture of yourself with the product and upload it onto the tool and you can be in with the chance of winning a special prize. So have a play with the tool today and be in the chance of getting pampered with a beauty make-over and photo shoot or a relaxing yoga session.