Billie Eilish used her Where Do We Go? tour as an opportunity to address body shamers and send a powerful message about unrealistic beauty standards through her own short film. The “Not My Responsibility” video finally made its way to YouTube on May 26, and includes a vulnerable narration by the singer where she silences
In a time where few of us can leave our houses—or, at least, we shouldn’t—there’s something vaguely voyeuristic about touring the homes of the rich and famous, especially when said sparkling homes hide a lot of drama. Netflix, as it’s wont to do, has leaned into that appetite with the docu-soap series Selling Sunset, which
Watermelons have always been versatile. People with no ingenuity may consider their best case to be as a cooling summer snack. Zoe Kravitz argues they work best as a yonic symbol (Diddy agrees), Animal Crossing players see them as material for furniture, and two bank robbers in Virginia thought the melons would make perfect masks.
Outdoor Voices Outdoor Voices is here to cure all of your post-holiday blues. Right now, the retailer is offering up to 50 percent off items in its OV extra sale section. Whether you’re in the market for a cozy fleece or another pair of sweatpants (because these days you can never have too many), this
We talked to one of Canada’s leading contraception experts about Nexplanon and what this means for Canadian birth control options People around the world have been raving about their birth control implants for years—and by this fall Canadians no longer need to miss out. The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecolgosists of Canada tells FLARE that
From Hilary Duff’s mermaid blue mane to Keke Palmer’s tangerine tresses, rainbow hair colours are having a major moment. And why shouldn’t they be? With most of us in self-isolation due to COVID-19, now is the time to start experimenting with those fun hair colours you may have been curious about but hesitant to explore
Beginning next month, 50 per cent of some of his sales will be donated to the organization. By Maddison Glendinning Date May 26, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter With Pride month just days away from starting – albeit looking a little different this year as a result of COVID-19 – designer Andrew Coimbra has just announced a
Just when we thought the original Starbucks Pink Drink couldn’t get any better, Starbucks dropped a new Pink Drink that tastes exactly like guava and passionfruit, and dare we say it might just be our signature drink for the summer? We’re all about options, and if you’re on the keto diet, you may be wondering
While President Trump refuses to mask up in front of cameras, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is using facial coverings as a tool for personal and political expression. At the ceremonial swearing in of Representative-elect Kweisi Mfume on May 5, she wore a cotton candy-hued pantsuit and matching mask. One week later, she pushed the $3
Silke London The last time I went to bed without a bonnet, I woke up to find my pillowcase covered in hair oil (bad for my skin) and my hair a hot, frizzy mess (bad for, well, me). Hair bonnets help to extend the life of hairstyles, prevent frizz, and retain moisture while you get
On Friday night, May 22, the internet belonged to a black woman. Amid the usual Instagram DJ live sets, photo dumps of simpler times pre-coronavirus, and sheer boredom Tweets, Congolese designer and Hanifa founder, Anifa Mvuemba, debuted her latest collection Pink Label Congo via 3D renderings on Instagram Live. The move was in response to
Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty ImagesWell this is going to be good. By Maddison Glendinning Date May 26, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter The winds of change are blowing fast through European fashion houses right now. Following Alessandro Michele’s announcement that Gucci is to go seasonless and show just twice a year, Louis Vuitton has announced that Johnny
The antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine has been promoted several times by the White House as a potential treatment for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Most recently, on May 18, President Donald Trump told reporters he had been taking the medication as a preventive measure. This narrative remains controversial, not only because pushing the drug for COVID-19 could
Kevin Tachman/MG19Getty Images Cole Sprouse and Lily Reinhart have broken up, Page Six confirms. The publication says the two recently split and have been quarantining separately during the global pandemic. Sprouse and Reinhart, who played Jughead and Betty on Riverdale, are known as “Bughead” by fans and sparked dating rumors as early as February 2017.
The Pale Blue Catherine Walker Gown Diana wore this long-sleeved gown for the first time during an official visit to Lisbon, Portugal in 1987. She then remade the dress, removing the sleeves and re-crafting it with a heart-shaped strapless neckline to wear to a charity ball two years later in 1989. A Voluminous Skirt Clearly,
Photograph courtesy of Supergoop! By Maddison Glendinning Date May 25, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Summer is coming in Canada – this week, Ontario has been issued with a heat wave warning and temperatures are increasing across the country. With social distancing measures still in place, our summers might look a little different to what we’re used
As we’re experimenting with more at-home workouts to keep ourselves healthy and happy outside of the studio, I wanted to look into improving one of the simplest total-body (but mostly core) exercises: the plank. I’m no stranger to plank challenges, in fact I planked for two minutes every day for two weeks a while back.
Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse dated for about two years before reports of their breakup in July 2019. As intriguing as their secretive relationship was prior to a reported split, this co-star couple’s brief breakup only heightened public interest in their romance. Sprouse and Reinhart’s post-(reported) split behavior has left fans with far more questions
Photograph courtesy of Eliza FaulknerThe CAFA-nominated creative talks sustainability and homemade style. By Odessa Paloma Parker Date May 25, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter While most fashion-focused professionals will say they developed an interest in it through hours spent scouring magazines, watching movies or scrolling through social media, Eliza Faulkner—who is currently nominated for a Canadian Art
Misty Copeland isn’t just a fabulous ballerina (and an insanely strong athlete), she’s also the first Black woman to be promoted to principal dancer in the American Ballet Theater’s 80-plus-year history. The Under-Armour-sponsored dance prodigy is an inspiration both on and off the stage, which is why her fans include everyone from the late pop
John LamparskiGetty Images Mary-Kate Olsen officially filed for divorce from French banker Pierre Olivier Sarkozy today, as New York courts began allowing lawsuits and divorces to be filed online following coronavirus closures. Earlier this month, Olsen filed “emergency” divorce proceedings from her husband of four years, but it was denied. Sources told the New York
Photograph courtesy of ImaxtreeThe decision was revealed in a series of excerpts from Alessandro Michele’s lockdown dairies this weekend. By Maddison Glendinning Date May 25, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Just a week after a group of designers came together to propose several changes to the traditional fashion week schedule, Alessandro Michele has announced that Gucci is
When I’m sporting new kicks, I feel supported, comfortable, confident, and encouraged to get active. And since I’m devoting my summer to feeling good, treating myself to a colorful, seasonally-inspired pair of sneakers is one step in the right direction. Who’s with me? Whether you’re in the market for new fitness shoes or a more
On Friday, Pixar released Out, the first of its shorts that features an openly gay lead, on Disney+. Out is part of Pixar’s SparkShorts series and is the story of a man named Greg, who is moving in with his boyfriend, Manuel. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the