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Beyoncé has released a new 10 minute short film covering fame, feminism, and her personal life in “Yours and Mine”. The film, which marks the one year anniversary of the Beyoncé album drop, combines new and old video footage as Beyoncé discusses her humanist life-view.
Whether you’re a card-carrying Bey-Hive member or not, the film makes for a genuine and reflective look on what it means to be human, complete with beautiful production value and even some footage of Beyoncé dancing (thank God).
Check it out below for your end-of-week dose of Queen Bey wisdom.
The holidays are for festive celebrations, the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show (obviously), and enviable accessories (whether you give them or get them for yourself is up to you). Check out what’s new this week!
That ring! Gabriela Artigas, we swoon.
Holiday makeup, not for the weak.
2014: Year of the Power Combo.
Looks a lot like Solange’s wedding…
Royals in NYC!
How to get zesty with an otherwise all-black winter wardrobe.
In case you managed to avoid Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, the Internet, and all of humanity on Tuesday.
Young Jane Aldridge as Coco Chanel — adorable.
Another month, another bitchin’ Balmain ad.
Not even surprised anymore.
For those of you who ignored the internet for longer than 24 hours this holiday weekend, you may have missed out on some key instagram posts. Fear not, for they are compiled below for your viewing pleasure.
‘Tis the season for risqué Santa gear.
The Row always with the covetable clothes.
Kendall, so hot right now.
Wish my Thanksgiving was this glam.
Ah, to have more than one good side.
Angel Class with Victoria’s Secret– does the in-flight bag include underwear?
Hope you’re not sick of enviable coats.
A non-dark-colors wintery make-up look for December.
Now there’s a headpiece.
Very pleased to find out I have similar loungewear preferences to the Queen.
Besides that ultra-glamorous wedding of Solange Knowles and Alan Ferguson, it seems it was a relatively quiet weekend for the fashion set. But that’s no reason to not document an outfit. Check out some of the greatest looks below.
Another day another enviable outfit from Olivia Palermo.
Valentino, forever slaying me with the accessories.
Trade legs with me for the day plz.
Friends who wear complementary outfits together stay together.
Congratulations to Solange Knowles and Alan Ferguson!
Naomi Campbell, enough said.
I spy palm trees. Take me to there.
50 Shades of Grey, with some blue.
Another all-white group shot, this time from FKA Twigs.
Mitch Alfus’s company, Libra Leather, is the go-to source for exotic leather and skins for the city’s top designers — everyone from Alexander Wang, Ralph Lauren, Phillip Lim and more go to Libra Leather for the goods. It’s about time, then, that he opened up a store of his own for us to peruse. From November 20th until the end of January, you can check out Libra Leather Home pop-up in Tribeca to shop everything from homeware, men’s and women’s accessories, and even skateboards and bicycles.
To celebrate the opening of the pop-up, Alfus put together a playlist just for us that represents the different moments of his life and define who he is as a person today. Listen in, below.
Libra Leather Home opens with a celebratory bang on November 20th from 7-10 p.m., and will be open through the end of January from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Libra Leather Home is located at 72 Franklin Street.
Images courtesy of Libra Leather Home
Photo: Amy Taub
Hot yoga is not always fun. I know it’s supposed to be good for getting into those bendy yoga positions, and sweating out toxins is always a good thing, but it can get a little stifling, to say the least.
Glow with the Flow yoga at Pure Yoga is the gateway class for getting into hot yoga. The studio space is filled with black lights, and slow-tempo house music plays throughout the session. Yogis are provided neon bracelets or even neon body paint to make the class that much more fun. Maybe I’m still in my rave phase and/or easily distracted by pretty lights, but I actually enjoyed the class and got a great work-out.
Of course, you have to wear something fun to a class like this. White or light colors that will glow with black light are a must. Leggings by Onzie and Candida Maria are super comfy and come in dozens of wild prints. They’re also incredibly light-weight–perfect for an hour-long hot yoga session. We decided to pair our over-the-top leggings with more basic sleeveless tops that would allow for a graceful hot yoga sweating process. We chose tried-and-true Lululemon and Athleta tops for a similarly light-weight and airy feel. Check ’em out below.
Photo by Amy Taub
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Texas comes to New York City for the annual Ballroom Marfa Benefit Gala. Check out the cool mix of art / fashion / film world attendees below.
Douglas Friedman, Martha Stewart
Jenny Laird, Hunter Hill, Lacey Dorn
Roya Sachs, Reed Krakoff, Lacey Dorn
Allison Sarofim, Naomi Campbell
William Laird, Trey Laird, Jenny Laird
Rambert Rigaud, Peter Copping
Peter Saul, Sally Saul
Lauren Santo Domingo, Dustin Yellin, Andres Santo Domingo
Tiffany’s looking awesome when piled on.
Really appreciate how these are color-coded!!!
Beautiful shot by Mario Testino.
Guy Fawkes Night.
How to do cozy and dressed up at the same time.
An enviable sock collection.
Complete and total outfit envy here.
Happy belated, Kendall!
Big Beyoncé news, folks. Google it.
Hats styled right by Vogue Spain.
I call this outfit, “Alien Princess Parties on Earth” and I love it.
Currently brainstorming a way to wear this look… ideas?
Behind the scenes.
Alexander Wang for H&M. By the time you are reading this, I’ll bet it’s completely sold out (despite hitting stores less than a week ago).
Some post-Halloween creepiness.
Fall school-girl vibes, although I don’t know any school-girls that actually dress this cute.
Now that’s what I call a power couple.
Photo: David X Prutting/BFAnyc.com
Coco Rocha stopped by “Late Night with Seth Meyers” to give him a bit of schooling on the art of posing. In promotion of her new book, A Study of Pose, Rocha and Meyers took suggestions from the audience to reenact some of the 1,000 poses from the book.
The poses, which are only given numbers next to the pictures, were given new names like “Sexy Jump to Grab the Last Apple” and “The Gym’s Not Really Working,” by Meyers. “We made [the poses] numbers so people like you would give them names!” Rocha said.
Personally, I think this sounds like a fun fashion drinking game to try out. Check out the video below!