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All About Simone Rocha’s H&M Collection For Women, Men, Kids

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In the eyes of H&M and Simone Rocha, looking chic should be a family affair. Following previous collaborations with Giambattista Valli and Johanna Ortiz, H&M is launching a new collection with London-based fashion designer Simone Rocha this March. While a full preview of the collection isn’t available just yet, the styles run the gamut from daywear to formal attire and will be made for all ages.

Those familiar with Rocha’s signature silhouettes, pearl embellishments, and ethereal fabrics will recognize her imprint on the collection. There’s a warm color palette of creams, reds, pinks, and black and a mix of fabrics from tulle to tweed. Whether sparkling accessories, neoprene handbags, or moody floral blouses are on the brain—the H&M x Simone Rocha delivers. The designer reportedly reflected on previous collections, “dissecting and rebuilding iconic pieces into new propositions” for a fresh output that retails from $7.99 to $349.

A forthcoming campaign for the collaboration will feature Daisy Edgar-Jones of Normal People, Adwoa and Kesewaa Aboah, Tess McMillan, Faye Wei Wei, Francesca Hayward and Kelsey Lu. Ahead, we scored behind-the-scenes images from the campaign, so consider this your first look at the collection’s soon-to-be sold-out goods.

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hm simone rocha collection

Courtesy of H&M x Simone Rocha

Besides the bank account-friendly price tag, Rocha’s H&M collaboration has a piece for everyone in your circle. There’s womenswear, menswear, and kids clothing in the lineup. Each piece is meant to complement each other, such as his and hers trench coats and miniature versions of adult ensembles. Inclusivity is at the core of the collection. “In Rocha’s work, community is central, and this collection encapsulates this sense of kinship, togetherness and warmth,” according to the brand’s press release.

The Simone Rocha x H&M collection will be available in-stores and at hm.com on March 11, 2021.

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Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik Named Baby Girl Khai

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Gigi Hadid and her boyfriend Zayn Malik opted to wait months before revealing the name of their newborn daughter: Khai. Hadid announced the name subtly tonight in her Instagram bio.

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Hadid and Malik announced their daughter’s birth at the end of September. Malik broke the news, posting first on Twitter and his own Instagram. “Our baby girl is here, healthy and beautiful🙏🏽❤️” he wrote. “to try put into words how i am feeling right now would be an impossible task. The love I feel for this tiny human is beyond my understanding. Grateful to know her, proud to call her mine, and thankful for the life we will have together x”

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Hadid posted her own announcement on her Instagram account shortly after, tagging Malik. “Our girl joined us earth-side this weekend and she’s already changed our world. So in love🥺💕,” Hadid wrote.

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Hadid spoke in July about why she initially chose to keep her pregnancy off of social media. She would go on later to share photos from her maternity shoot, along with a couple more candid snaps of her on her family’s farm earlier in her pregnancy.

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“Obviously I think a lot of people are confused why I’m not sharing more but like, I’m pregnant through a pandemic, like obviously my pregnancy is not the most important thing going on in the world,” she said in July. “That’s a reason that I felt that it’s not really something that I need to share apart from with my family and friends. Obviously a lot of people have lost lives due to coronavirus that was in the beginning of quarantine and still happening. And then we moved obviously into the reemergence of the BLM [Black Lives Matter] movement, and I thought that our presence on social media should be used for that.”

“I have been taking a lot of pictures of my bump and sending it to friends and family and it’s been very cute and exciting and I’m trying to document it well because I’ve heard a lot of people say obviously make sure you don’t miss it,” she continued. “And I will be sharing stuff like that in the future. I just am not rushed to do it, and I feel like right now I just want to experience it.”

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Beyonce’s Best Style Moments – 50+ Best Beyoncé Knowles Fashion Moments

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All hail, Queen Bey and her amazing sense of style. Whether she’s stopping time on the red carpet, channeling her alter-ego Sasha Fierce in custom Balmain, or flexing for her grid in casual denim, she knows how to put together to look. Ahead of this year’s Grammy’s, relive 111 flawless fashion moments, onstage and off.

1 of 111

January 25, 2020

Posing at the Roc Nation brunch in Los Angeles with Jay-Z while wearing Francesco Murano.

2 of 111

December 14, 2019

Attending Sean Combs’ 50th birthday bash in Los Angeles alongside Jay-Z.

3 of 111

November 16, 2019

In a feathery custom Roberto Cavalli gown for the Shawn Carter Foundation Gala in Florida.

4 of 111

July 14, 2019

On the red carpet of the The Lion King‘s London premiere in a golden Nguyen Cong Tri gown with leg slit.

5 of 111

July 9, 2019

In Alexander McQueen for the Los Angeles premiere of The Lion King alongside Blue Ivy.

6 of 111

February 9, 2019

Smiling for a photo with Kevin Hart in a floral Balmain look while at the Roc Nation brunch in Los Angeles.

7 of 111

December 2, 2018

Posing in a floral look for the Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa.

8 of 111

December 2, 2018

Holding hands with Jay-Z at the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 in Johannesburg, South Africa.

9 of 111

December 2, 2018

Wearing a patterned one-piece ensemble for the Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa.

10 of 111

October 11, 2018

Singing in a rhinestone gown with high-slit in Santa Monica, California.

11 of 111

September 22, 2018

Wearing a ruffly, ethereal gown for a performance in Pasadena, California.

12 of 111

September 22, 2018

Performing at the Rose Bowl in California with Jay-Z for their “On the Run II” tour.

13 of 111

September 22, 2018

Alongside Jay-Z at the Pasadena, California stop of their “On the Run II” tour.

14 of 111

August 2, 2018

Wearing a sequined and pearled one-piece for a New Jersey performance at her “On the Run II” tour.

15 of 111

August 2, 2018

Onstage in East Rutherford, New Jersey, wearing a golden-hued gown.

16 of 111

August 2, 2018

Performing in a regal gold and purple outfit for a tour stop in New Jersey.

17 of 111

July 25, 2018

In Cleveland, Ohio for her “On the Run II” tour in a bedazzled burgundy outfit.

18 of 111

June 9, 2018

Wearing an all-metallic outfit for the Glasgow, Scotland stop of her “On the Run II” tour with Jay-Z.

19 of 111

June 9, 2018

Singing during her “On the Run II” tour with Jay-Z in Glasgow, Scotland.

20 of 111

June 6, 2018

Performing during her “On the Run II” tour in Wales wearing a draped black ensemble.

21 of 111

April 14, 2018

Commanding the Coachella stage in a custom Balmain cape, accessorized with a headpiece and cane.

22 of 111

April 14, 2018

Performing onstage during Coachella in glittery fringe boots and a graphic yellow hoodie.

23 of 111

January 28, 2018

Attending the 60th annual Grammys in a velvet custom Nicolas Jebran with double slits, Alain Mikli sunglasses, and statement Lorraine Schwartz earrings, alongside Jay-Z and Blue Ivy.

29 of 111

July 29, 2017

At FYF Festival, watching Solange perform. From Beyonce.com.

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How Michelle Obama Nailed Her Inauguration Day Beauty Look, According to Her Makeup Artist

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Yesterday ushered in a new era of more humane, decent, and glam politics. Lady Gaga served us Hunger Games District One chic; Emma, daughter of very first second gentlemen of the United States, Doug Emhoff, made all of Brooklyn feel seen in crafty Miu Miu; and the White House coat game is now unparalleled between First Lady Jill Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. But one woman, nay icon, nay legend, won the inauguration: Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama.

From the head-to-toe plum and burgundy ensemble by LA-based Sergio Hudson to the bounciest curls in all the land, this was MO’s event (and—oh, yeah—also the swearing-in of President Joe Biden). Her secret? The millennial women triumvirate of Pat McGrath, Glossier, and Fenty freaking Beauty. To see how the beauty look came to be and find out how to potentially recreate it at home, we chatted with the man behind the vision, the former First Lady’s longtime makeup artist, Carl Ray. (You may recognize his work on a certain ELLE cover.) Below, Ray breaks down the steps for achieving your very own MO glam (perhaps for a Zoom meeting), plus the process of creating such an iconic beauty moment.

How long have you been planning the Inauguration makeup look?

I started thinking about the look weeks in advance. I knew she would be wearing a mask and a monochromatic outfit. I wanted her to have a powerful beauty look that would need to be achieved by playing up the top half of her face.

Because of the masks, did you purposefully focus on the eyes?

Yes, absolutely. I knew that since her whole face wouldn’t be visible, the eyes and lashes would be the star of this particular look!

Do you have a name for this glam?

You know, I haven’t really thought about a name for the look, but it was definitely smokin’!

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We chatted with Obama’s hairstylist Yene Damtew and she mentioned you worked closely with the entire style team including Meredith Koop, Christy Rilling, and Damtew. How did you all collaborate on the look?

The entire glam team has been working together for some time. We each have our own creative elements that we bring to the look and all complement each other. We really allow each of our creative outlets to shine to make the former First Lady look and feel her very best.

How long did the final look take?

I don’t generally time how long it takes but allow myself 30 to 1 hour. I can work quickly with her given how long we have worked together.

Do you play music and chat in the beauty chair?

We always have fun in the chair! No music this time – we just laughed and caught up on life. I’m very lucky to be able to call the former First Lady both a mentor and friend.

We are saying Mrs. Obama and her entire glam team “won” the inauguration. Twitter also adored the look. How does it feel?

It’s such an honor. I am humbled to be able to work with such a strong, confident, and iconic woman that is a role model to so many women everywhere. I knew that this was a monumental day for our country but particularly for women. Her entire look really was powerful and I am so glad that people loved it.

Michelle Obama attends a lot of events. What is the right amount of glam for a daytime inauguration?

I knew this particular event was going to be televised not just in the US but across the world, and given his historical occasion particularly for women, her makeup glam needed to stand out for TV, but I still wanted a gentle elegance. I went with a classic smokey eye that I felt was just the right amount of glam for a daytime appearance. Again, inaugurations aren’t your everyday daytime event, so we were able to dial it up a little more than a normal daytime look while still keeping it timeless and classy.

Ray’s step-by-step guide for achieving the Michelle Obama Smokin’ Look™

  • First, he started with foundation (a secret brand that he won’t reveal, yet!) and concealer. Mrs. Obama wore NARS creamy concealer and Fenty Matchstix Contour.
  • Next, he set the former First Lady with Laura Mercier’s translucent powder and the Iconic liquid highlighter.
  • For her brows, Ray used Anastasia Brow’s Dip Brow Gel, Brow Definer, and Clear Brow Gel.
  • Once brows were complete, he started on eyes: “I wanted an impactful smokey eye for the event,” explains Ray. “I was going for a dramatic glam eye that would really play well to the camera.”
  • Ray chose Viseart 01 Eyeshadow Palette neutral matte shades (taupe to black) that “blend and build effortlessly.”
  • For a little pop in the center of the eye, he applied Pat McGrath Divine Mink to the center of the lid.
  • Next, he applied Pat McGrath Labs’ Permagel Eyeliner in Xtreme Black and Fenty Flyliner long-wear liquid eyeliner. The Flyliner, he notes, is a “true inky black that stays put all day and night.” The Fenty liner goes on top of the pencil liner for a more dramatic look on the lash line.
  • Mascara was applied to the top and bottom of the lashes using Glossier Lash Slick.
  • Finally, he applied Lily Lashes for “that final POP,” says Ray. “They add definition to your eyes and enhance them to draw attention to your best features by simply adding length and color to your lashes and again, for TV, we really need to make things a little more dramatic so her eyes shine.”

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