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Black supremes

Black & white film is not common, when it comes to shooting fashion, but Richard Avedon's former assistant, photographer Sebastian Kim knows his ways around monochrome images. As a result comes "the Supremes" editorial with seven black models in Numéro France March issue. 

How to master "shattered glass" manicure at home

“Glass” nails is the latest, the prettiest and the most desirable trend to rock this fall, and like many game-changing beauty products, they come from South Korea.

Prison break

Orange is the new black, indeed. ESSENCE chose a whole Netflix hit series cast to grace the cover of its annual Body issue. Uzo Aduba, Danielle Brooks, Laverne Cox, Vicky Jeudy, Adrienne C. Moore and Samira Wiley shine in orange evening gowns, as they celebrate being “sexy at every size”.

Fishing Expedition

Both born in California, but splitting their time between Paris and New York, Kenzo creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon decided to dedicate their entire SS14 collection to the ocean.

Shangaan Electro: Dance Music From South Africa

Dazed & Confused's team is one of the few people from outside South Africa to have attended a Shangaan Electro dance in the heart of the township Soweto. As the result of the trip comes an interview with Nozinja, the composer and record label owner, who revolutionized Shangaan music by upping the heart rate to the point of heart attack.

Eyebrow power

Now when New York Fashion Week is over, it is time to stack up what we saw to what we can actually apply. Some of us, who occasionally switched their attention from clothes to models' faces, might have noticed, that something new is going on in the eyebrow department.

Chanel Iman for Violet Grey

With the name like hers, Chanel Iman was destined to become a star. At 23, after eight years of modeling, appearing in multiple advertising campaigns and gracing numerous magazine editorials and covers, the supermodel sets herself a new goal - become a great actress. And thanks to Violet Grey, she just landed her first role. Or three roles, to be precise.

Make-up free

We've been seeing many crazy beauty looks at the ongoing New York Fashion Week, but Marc Jacobs just took it to a whole new level. The models at his show wore no make-up at all. No foundation, no mascara, no lip gloss, only moisturizing lotion.


In case you didn't recognize, it is Liya Kebede, a 36-year-old philanthropist and a supermodel. Appearing in Marie Claire France October fashion spread, she rocks a new hairstyle …AND a hew hair color. It's time to go platinum!


Beyoncé Knowles has been revealed as the cover girl of CR Fashion Book's fifth issue. The cover comes after a teaser image, in which the 32-year-old star's head is covered with a black cloth with three pompoms on top.