Ariana Grande and Friends Give Comfort at One Love Manchester Show
Yesterday, Ariana Grande returned to the stage for the first time since a heinous terrorist attack killed 22 people and injured over 50 others after her show at Manchester Arena on May 22. The singer diligently organized a benefit concert, One Love Manchester, at Emirates Old Trafford in the city to raise money for the victims, where over 50,000 people and millions watching around the world joined together to sing, celebrate, and honor those lost in the attack.
She was joined by a plethora of…
Going Green: Five Environmental Organizations That Need Your Help
It’s no secret that the Trump administration isn’t exactly a friend of the planet.
The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 6, 2012
Plans to slash federal funding of climate change programs have already been set in motion. As White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney so plainly put it, they’re “just not spending money on that anymore.”
That’s why now…
Masters At Work: Guido Palau
Perhaps more than anyone, British-born stylist Guido Palau has been responsible for era-defining hair. Not only was he responsible for the looks of Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Cindy Crawford and Tatjana Patitz in George Michael’s “Freedom! 90” video, he helped usher in the fashion world’s embrace of grunge when he created Kate Moss’s messy, bed-head hair in David Sims’s unforgettable black-and-white images. “George Michael was the epitome of the…
Masters At Work: Diane Kendal
For British makeup artist Diane Kendal, who works with visionary designers like Marc Jacobs and Chitose Abe, perhaps the greatest compliment she has ever received in regards to her work is: “You always make me look so beautiful.” “That’s my thing, I want girls to feel and be as beautiful as they can be,” she says.
Mario Testino Debuts New Exhibition Today in Berlin
Mario Testino: Undressed, curated personally by the photographer, explores the concept of undressing (naturally) through photography and film. The exhibition consists of fifty-four floor-to-ceiling-sized prints throughout three halls of the Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin. The large photos are meant to impose a human landscape, filling the exhibition halls with bodies and emotions.
The objective of the entire exhibition, however, is to blur boundaries between human anatomy and art. In ad…
Julia Michaels Shares Catchy New Single “Uh Huh”
Julia Michaels is back at it again. After the success of her debut smash hit “Issues,” pop’s go-to songwriter-turned-breakout artist has released her follow-up single “Uh Huh,” a track with the potential to get even more lodged in your brain than “Issues” did. Produced by Mattman & Robin, and penned by Julia herself, the song starts out as a guitar-pop number straight from the early 2000s with staggered lines and plucky strings before it ramps up into a unique chorus.