JULIA STEGNER MODELS COZY KNITS IN STEFANEL’S FALL ADS

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Julia Stegner stars in Stefanel's fall-winter 2016 campaign
Julia Stegner stars in Stefanel’s fall-winter 2016 campaign

Italian knitwear label Stefanel reveals its fall-winter 2016 campaign starring Julia Stegner. The German models heads outdoors in images captured by Dan Martensen with styling by Clare Richardson. From chunky pullovers to oversizedcardigans to more fitted styles, these sweaters are perfect for when the temperaturedrops.


Julia Stegner wears cowl neck sweater from Stefanel's fall 2016 collection
Julia Stegner wears cowl neck sweater from Stefanel’s fall 2016 collection
Striped knitwear featured in Stefanel's fall-winter 2016 campaign
Striped knitwear featured in Stefanel’s fall-winter 2016 campaign
Cozy cardigan featured in Stefanel's fall-winter 2016 campaign
Cozy cardigan featured in Stefanel’s fall-winter 2016 campaign
An image from Stefanel's fall-winter 2016 advertising campaign
An image from Stefanel’s fall-winter 2016 advertising campaign

Shop Stefanel’s New Arrivals from YOOX:

Stefanel Cardigan in Black
Stefanel Cardigan in Black
Stefanel Cardigan
Stefanel Cardigan
Stefanel Striped Sweater
Stefanel Striped Sweater
Stefanel Striped Turtleneck
Stefanel Striped Turtleneck

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What Does Kylie Jenner’s Natural Hair Actually Look Like?

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If there’s one thing Kylie Jenner is known for other than her infamous pout, hugely successfulcosmetics line, and business empire, it’s her hair. There’ve been so many memorable hair moments that we literally cannot keep up with the youngest member of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Luckily, she’s documented every single one of her hair transformations for the world to double tap and even screenshot for their next salon appointments. We’ve seen Kylie in everything from teal to pink to blonde Rapunzel-like extensions. In fact, she’s changed her hair so much that we honestly have no idea what it looks like in its natural state. In honor of her 19th birthday, we’ll let you be the judge. What does Kylie Jenner’s natural hair actually look like? Click through and take your pick then let us know your vote in the comments below.kylie-jenner-full-teal-2kylie-pink-coachella-2kylie-white-braids-coachella-2kylie-met-gala-bob-2kylie-jenner-short-waveskylie-jenner-natural-hair

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Anime Inspiration: Searching for the Full Moon

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This week I'm going back to my roots and focusing on one of the first anime I watched growing up. Full Moon wo Sagashite (literally translated as "Searching For the Full Moon") may seem simple on the surface -- a little girl has a life-threatening disease, wants to sing, and becomes sixteen years old with the help of two friendly shinigami (death gods) -- but it becomes so much deeper as the series moves on. 

The anime doesn't shirk away from uncomfortable subjects like death and suicide, which is wonderfully refreshing for a shoujo series. While initially super cutesy on the surface, Full Moon wo Sagashite has an intense and touching storyline that touches upon every human emotion. That's why it's our focus today.

Full Moon Crash Course

To pursue one's dream with unrelenting dedication and a sliver of hope is not an easy pursuit for anyone, and downright impossible once you add a fatal condition. Twelve-year-old Mitsuki, diagnosed with a rare cancer of the throat, strives to fulfill her promise made with her first love, Eichi, to become a professional singer, despite the harsh restraints and limitations set by her illness, doctor, and grandmother. One fateful day, she is confronted by twoshinigami (death gods) who reveal she only has one year left to live. Her ambitions now challenged by the race of time, Mitsuki convinces one of the shinigami to transform her body into her sixteen-year-old self so she can audition and sing as the persona she dubs Full Moon.

Full Moon Fashion Inspiration

Mitsuki Kouyama

Mitsuki Kouyama is a 12-year-old girl who dreams of becoming a pop singer due to a promise she made with her lost love. Tragically, she suffers from throat cancer, which not only restricts her ability to sing, but will end her life in one year. With the help of the two shinigami assigned to collect her soul, she is able to chase after her goal by transforming into her sixteen-year-old self, who she names Full Moon.

Products: curling wand, sandals, crop top, high waisted shorts, earrings,bracelet, messenger bag

Unleash your inner child with this playful and girly look. To capture Mitsuki, I paired a mint tie-front crop top with floral printed high-waisted shorts and gave the look pops of color with some hot pink sandals and music note earrings. To add just a hint of mixed prints, I also added this adorable polka dotted messenger bag. A celestial bracelet references Mitsuki's secret pop star identity. Lastly, finish off your look with some romantic ringlets.

Full Moon

Full Moon is Mitsuki's sixteen-year-old alter ego. With the help of Takuto, Mitsuki is able to sing as Full Moon in order to fulfill her dreams and her promise to her childhood friend and lost love, Eichi.

Products: pendant, platform boots, cut-out shoulders crop top, lace bell bottoms, angel wings silver ring, garter belt

For this outfit, I copied Full Moon's stage look, an all-white ensemble with unexpected textures and accessories. I combined an on-trend cut-out shoulder turtleneck crop sweater with these music festival-ready white lace bell bottoms. If you're feeling adventurous, add in this risque garter belt and chunky platform boots to add even more edge! Next, I found a perfect full moon pendant necklace and an angelic winged ring. 

Takuto

Takuto is a cat shinigami partnered with Meroko, assigned by the heavens to take Mitsuki's soul in one year. His shinigami costume is a cat outfit and backpack with wings, without which he would not enjoy the power of flight. Not yet a full shinigami, he has not yet sprouted wings of his own. He is capable of transforming into an anthropomorphic cat stuffed animal, which Mitsuki often carries around. It is Takuto who is able to transform Mitsuki into a 16-year-old, initially to help her participate in a singing audition.

Products: denim vest, tennis shoes, halter crop top, high waisted jeggings,sunglasses, watch

To channel Takuto's edgy, laid-back cat look, imitate his monochromatic colors with some trendy denim-on-denim pieces, a cute crop top, and some casual and cool white sneakers. For some more visual interest, I added an orange kitty watch and some cheetah print cat-eye glasses for a spark of complementary colors.

Meroko

Together with her partner and love interest, Takuto, Meroko is a part of the shinigami team sent to collect the soul of Mitsuki. Meroko is a rabbit shinigami with long ears, and she is capable of transforming into an anthropomorphic bunny stuffed toy. She has a hot temper and is sometimes very moody, especially when it comes to her relationship with Takuto. Though she tries to help Mitsuki with her singing career, Meroko's ideas often get her into trouble.

Products: headband, choker, lipstick, crop tee, skirt, socks, shoes

True to her playful bunny nature, Meroko's look is flirty and mischievous. I kept her red crop top plus choker combo and complemented it with sweetheart accessories. Keep red as the centerpiece with a bold lip and add in some sweet Mary Jane's and frilly socks. If you're feeling extra confident, add in this fun lacy headband.

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Kim Kardashian Has a Sleek New Look, and We're Loving It

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Kim grabbed lunch with her mom and sisters on Friday, pairing her sleek lob wig with and equally sleek ensemble. The reality star paired one of trusty bodysuits with a silky ivory slit skirt by Nili Lotan and Gianvito Rossi strappy sandals.

Kim grabbed lunch with her mom and sisters on Friday, pairing her sleek lob wig with and equally sleek ensemble. The reality star paired one of trusty bodysuits with a silky ivory slit skirt by Nili Lotan and Gianvito Rossi strappy sandals.

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CHRIS NICHOLLS CAPTURES EDGY BALLET STYLE FOR DRESS TO KILL MAGAZINE

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Farrah stars in Dress to Kill Magazine's summer issue
Farrah stars in Dress to Kill Magazine’s summer issue

The summer 2016 issue of Dress to Kill Magazine offers a rebellious take on ballet-inspired fashion. Model Farrah (Spot 6 Management) poses for Chris Nichollsin cutting-edge looks. Stylist Randy Smith selects a mix of corsets, tulle skirts and embroidered jackets for the blonde to wear. The designs of Self-Portrait, Maison Margiela, Marni and more stand out in the glossy spread. For beauty, hairstylistMatthew Collins creates the blonde’s retro waves while makeup artist Simone Otisgives her graphic eyeliner. / Retouching and color work by Lorca Moore


Photographed by Chris Nicholls, the model wears ballet inspired fashions
Photographed by Chris Nicholls, the model wears ballet inspired fashions
Farrah poses in rebellious fashions for the editorial
Farrah poses in rebellious fashions for the editorial
(Left) Model poses in Dalla jacket, Armed jewelry, Uncured Skirt, Ho(Right) Model wears Self Portrait Dress with jewelry by Armed, Skirt by House of Knot
(Left) Model poses in Dalla jacket, Armed jewelry and Uncured skirt (Right) Model wears Self-Portrait dress with jewelry by Armed and skirt by House of Knot
Model wears layered ensembles featuring tulle and ballet slippers
Model wears layered ensembles featuring tulle and ballet slippers

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'Suicide Squad' world premiere: Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie's comic book-inspired glamour

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