Beyonce Wears Obama Earrings: The singer recently wore a pair of hoop earrings that spell out "OBAMA"—and one independent jewelry designer is making money because of it. According to TMZ, Puerto Rican designer Erika Pena had only sold 5 pairs of the earrings before Beyonce picked them up. And since then, she's sold 1,300. The earrings are $32 a pair here. We're adding this to the list of celebrities who wear their votes: just last week Katy Perry performed at an Obama rally dressed as a ballot. [TMZ]
Kate Upton Lands Her First Vogue Cover: Kate Upton is now officially a Vogue cover girl. The buxom blonde model will front Vogue Italia’s November issue in a Patricia Field bustier with 1940s-inspired hair and makeup—her first Vogue cover yet. Photographed by Steven Meisel, the romantic image was shot “Helmut Newton-style,” and prominently features her best assets—and no, we’re not talking about her cheekbones. [Fashionista]
Emma Roberts Keeps It In The Family: This must be one of 2012’s most ironic celebrity Halloween costumes yet. Emma Roberts dressed as Vivian Ward, aunt Julia Robert’s character from Pretty Woman, to a house party in Beverly Hills—thigh high boots and all. Bravo. [Vogue UK]
Jessica Biel Thinks Pink: Jessica Biel has finally spoken out about her pink wedding dress. Mrs. Timberlake chatted with Hello magazine about her custom Giambattista Valli wedding gown saying, “What it came down to is, I really just wanted it to be romantic and different…I actually surprised myself when I chose the dress. It wasn’t something I was expecting to choose. Thankfully, she’s pretty realistic about the pink pouf, adding, “It’s a style I will never really wear ever again.” [ELLE UK]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's new costume exhibition, PUNK: Chaos to Couture, tries to pay homage to the gritty, subversive, late-1970s movement. But has punk-inspired high fashion added to its legacy-or destroyed it?
Makeup for men is on the rise—and it’s no longer a taboo. Alessandra Codinha reports.