In the first cover, Rosalía sports a floral Collina Strada ensemble picked by Natasha Royt, while on cover two the “Malamente” singer shows off her bedazzled manicure and models a 4 Moncler Simone Rocha transparent parka.
In the cover story appropriately titles “Rosalia Rewrites the Pop Music Playbook,” Rosalia talks about life in quarantine, her acclaimed Grammy performance and the plans for her second album.
The 36-year-old part-Mexican American rapper/singer and actor, who returned to the music scene last month with his first solo single in nearly four years, “Leader of the Delinquents,” has released a fashion tie-up to the track.
On Tuesday, Kid Cudi unveiled his new fashion collaboration with Virgil Abloh: a chic T-shirt featuring a sketch of the rapper by the Off-White founder and current Louis Vuitton artistic director with the name of the single emblazoned across the back.
In conjunction with the new merchandise, Kid Cudi also released the colorful lyric video for the track, which serves as the lead single for his first solo project since 2016’s Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’.
Kid Cudi, born Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi, has certainly had plenty to celebrate lately: Along with dropping “Leader of the Delinquents,” the rapper also notched his first No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in late April thanks to the debut of “The Scotts,” his eponymous musical collaboration with Travis Scott.
The 25-year-old Brazilian drag queen and singer-songwriter, who has spoken out about the issues the LGBTQ+ community singer the beginning of her career, is now sharing her pride in a global way.
Vittar has been announced as one of the newest members of Calvin Klein‘s brand new Pride campaign, #PROUDINMYCALVINS.
In the official photo released from the star’s shoot, Vittar’s big and bold drag persona is replaced with a minimally made-up Vittar posing in the brand’s yellow Pride crop top.
But Vittar isn’t the only proud artists named to the campaign lineup…
The campaign also includes queer stars Chella Man, MaryV, Tommy Dorfman, Jari Jones, Mina Gerges, Gia Woods, Reese King and Ama Elesser.
The shoot’s photographer made it clear the importance of having these stories told by queer people for queer people.
“Using a cast and crew that spans the full LGBTQ+ spectrum, we wanted to make sure that the entire community feels represented, included and celebrated,” said Ryan McGinley. “My goal is always to create honest photos that connect to the viewer on a human level and show the subject’s power and vulnerability as human beings. This mix is perhaps my most core value as an artist.”
Following an exclusive pre-drop of four dresses, H&M has announced that its collaboration with the Colombian designer will launch in full in March 2020.
The 19-piece collection – which spans feminine dresses, tops, skirts and swimwear – features the exotic color palette, tropical florals and dramatic silhouettes that have become synonymous with Ortiz’s statement-making label. The main collection will launch in select H&M stores and online at hm.com on March 12.
The collaboration is a true meeting of minds: the H&M design team travelled to Ortiz’s native Cali – also known as Colombia’s Salsa capital – to fully comprehend the complex construction behind the designer’s ultra-flattering designs. Hosted by Johanna in her elegantly decorated home, the team was immersed in Ortiz’s sophisticated bohemian world, examining her archive to revisit her signature tropical prints in reenergized colorways.
Key pieces include a vibrant red floral maxi dress, a magenta midi dress in broderie anglaise, a black patterned floor-length column dress in viscose crepe – one of Ortiz’s personal favorites – and a ruffled wrap skirt in black and white cotton-poplin. Extravagant ruffles are an important design feature, even appearing on asymmetric swimsuits. There are also some more pared-back styles including a cotton-poplin tunic shirt and monochromatic blouses are palette-cleansing in their simplicity.
“The imprint of Colombia – the rhythm of the Salsa dance, the beauty of the elegant orchids and the effortless palm trees dancing in a balmy pink sunset – can be felt in every Johanna Ortiz design. I’m thrilled to be able to infuse this H&M collection with effortless glamour and introduce some Latin American festivity to the H&M customer’s wardrobe. I hope customers wear the pieces barefoot and with a beautiful flower in their hair,” says Johanna Ortiz, designer and CEO.
“Johanna Ortiz has a gift for creating confident, colorful designs that make you want to dance. This collection is both a celebration of Colombia’s creative history and craftsmanship and an opportunity to bring Johanna’s signature feminine styles to our customers. The reaction to the pre-drop was very positive, and now the wait is over, we can’t wait to see how our customers will style this exciting collection,” says Maria Östblom, head of womenswear design at H&M.
The 25-year-old Puerto Rican Latin trap and reggaeton singer has joined forces with Spotify to give fans a look at his upcoming third studio album ahead of its release on Saturday.
Titled Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana, Bad Bunny and the digital music service app developed a lookbook with different styles, sets and images that speak to five songs and musical storylines from the album.
Throughout the avant-garde looks, Bunny plays with androgynous and gender-bending styles, wearing extravagant jewelry, skirts, dresses and more.
“When you feel good with yourself and know who you are deep down, you can wear what you want to because others will know exactly who you are too, regardless of what you have on,” he said in an official statement. “I guess I’m unconsciously breaking all the rules, and not, at the same time. I don’t play by any rules, so in that sense, let those that want to be shocked to be shocked.”
Mixing his unique musical and fashion styles, the lookbook includes a romantic Bad Bunny for his Sech-assisted track “Ignorantes,” an old-school perreovibe for his track “Bichiyal,” an empowered Bad Bunny for “Yo Perreo Sola,” a rock-meets-trap look for “Hablamos Mañana,” and an emotional boy for his track “Si Veo A Tu Mama.”
Selena’s legendary style lives on… And, you can own a part of it.
MAC Cosmetics has announced that a brand new makeup collection inspired by La Reina de la Musica Tejana will be released in April, honoring Selena’s 25 year legacy.
“Selena and M·A·C Cosmetics are back together! Get ready for an all NEW collection launching in April to celebrate the Queen of Tejano’s life and legacy! Stay tuned for this iconic collection,” expressed a post on Selena’s official Facebook account.
This is the second time the brand is honoring the late Mexican-American singer through beauty products.
In 2016, fans were blessed with a makeup collection that embodied Selena’s style, including her signature red lipstick and an eye shadow palette named after some of her emblematic songs, like “Como La Flor,” “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom,” and “No Me Queda Mas.”
The limited-edition collection released in 2016 was tenderly curated by Selena’s sister Suzette Quintanilla. “I wanted the colors to be about her personally, what she wore on and offstage,” Quintanilla said in a previous press statement.
The new MAC collaboration comes on the heels of a Selena tribute concert taking place on May 9 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Presented by Q Productions, Selena XXV-Veinticinco Años counts with a star-studded lineup including Pitbull, Los Tucanes de Tijuana, A.B. Quintanilla III & Los Kumbia Allstarz, Becky G, and Ally Brooke, and more.
The 27-year-old half-Dominican American rap superstar has hopped on the doorbell camera footage viral craze to unmaskReebok‘s new sneaker in a wacky new commercial.
The ad is meant to promote the athletic brand’s new Zig Kineticasneaker.
But instead of simply delivering the package to neighbors, Cardi B — along with a group of models rocking huge masks of the rapper’s face — decide to put on a runway show in front of the doorbell camera.
It’s hard to tell which one is exactly Cardi B, until she peeks over the mask and erupts in her signature laugh.
“Zig the Runway is about being unexpected and unapologetic about your style,” she statedin a press release. “I always do me and keep people guessing and that’s what we’re showing off in this video. [The] Reebok Zig Kinetica isn’t like any other shoe that’s come before it and this fashion show is like nothing that has come before it. We’re breaking the mold and blazing our own trail — that’s what Reebok is about.”
Cardi B was announced as Reebok’s newest celebrity partner back in 2018, and has been releasing commercials ever since.
Cruz, who won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 2008 for her work in Vicky Cristina Barcelona, wore a custom-made Chanel gown made of black silk. The bustier bodice was held up with a halter top that ended in a bow and a white flower, and was completed with a string of pearls wrapped around her waist.
The look, Chanel said in a press release, was inspired by their Spring-Summer 1995 Haute Couturecollection.
Hayek and Cruz shared an adorable moment together on the red carpet; the two actresses were spotted holding hands while fan-girling over each other.
Selena Gomezis a rare beauty… And, she’s got the line to prove it.
The 27-year-old, who has preached about the importance of embracing your individuality her entire career, hopes to continue that message with the launch of her new beauty brand, Rare Beauty.
In an Instagramvideo announcing the exciting upcoming project, Gomez is seen trying on different lipstick, eyeshadow and blush swatches, as well as makeup sponges.
“Being rare is about being comfortable with yourself. I’ve stopped trying to be perfect. I just want to be me,” Gomez is heard saying in the clip.
“I think Rare Beauty can be more than a beauty brand,” Gomez continues. “I want us all to stop comparing ourselves to each other, and just start embracing our own uniqueness. You’re not defined by a photo, a like or a comment. Rare Beauty isn’t about how other people see you, it’s about how you see yourself.”
The brand’s name is a clear nod to Gomez’s recent album, Rare, and the title track, in which the lyrics proclaim, “Why don’t you recognize I’m so rare?”
Rare Beauty will be launching in North America this summer exclusively at Sephora. The brand’s Instagram pagealready has more than one million followers.
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During Sunday’s Super Bowl Halftime Show, the Colombian reggaeton singer performed alongside Jennifer Lopez, while donning his new Nike sneaker.
The neon-rainbow-hued shoe with a pink-tinted sole is the first collaboration between J Balvin and Nike’s Air Jordan 1 line, according to Billboard.
The wild design, which features a Miami-appropriate rainbow-packed upper with extended edges, exposed sponge on the tongue, and a happy face logo stamped on the heel.
Beyond his impressive footwear, J Balvin stuck close to home, wearing black track pants and a black hoodie from his own merch collection, with the words “Made In Medellín” emblazoned on the front in his trademark, colorful hues. Also on the hoodie: a flower with a smiley face in the middle.