Despite not-so-great reviews of the film itself, the stars of Suicide Squad are no doubt winning the red carpet.
For the latest stop on their european promotional tour, Margot Robbie, Cara Delevingne and Jared Leto came out swinging in a mix of Gucci and vampy lace—the kind of strong, statement-making fashion I love to see on a press circuit. Here, are my favorite looks you might’ve missed.
Here’s Your First Look at Urban Decay’s Alice Through the Looking Glass Collection!
The Disney and beauty-obsessed members of the world won’t want to be late for this very important date—namely, May 5th, when Urban Decay’s limited-edition Alice Through the Looking Glass range officially drops. Next month, the brand will roll out a six-piece collection inspired by the film, which will bring that extra touch of whimsy to the looking glass you use in your own home to put on your face in the mornings. The lineup inlcudes five vibrant lipsticks, ranging from classics like a shimmery nude and matte red, all the way to a metallic navy blue, and a gorgeous Book of Shadows palette that features 20 brand-new shades created only for this collection. I especially love how the psychadelic kaleidescope exterior of each item provides a teaser of the bold color payoff the product housed inside delivers. If you remember the frenzy surrounding the Alice in Wonderland-themed Book of Shadows kit about five years back (Spoiler alert: it sold out immediately), you’ll want to have your Google alerts set for this one.
Check out each of the products in the pictures below, and shop the line in full for $18 per lipstick and $60 for the palette at sephora.com or at urbandecay.com once it arrives in May.
From metallics to subdued nudes, this palette has a little something for everyone — regardless of their beauty comfort level. Urban Decay Alice Through the Looking Glass Eyeshadow Palette, $60, available May 1 at Urban Decay.
We were pleasantly surprised by the range of lipstick shades — from this sultry blue to a classic red. Urban Decay Alice Through the Looking Glass Lipstick in Time, $18, available May 1 at Urban Decay.
Urban Decay Alice Through the Looking Glass Lipstick in Iracebeth, $18, available May 1 at Urban Decay.
Urban Decay Alice Through the Looking Glass Lipstick in Mirana, $18, available May 1 at Urban Decay.
Urban Decay Alice Through the Looking Glass Lipstick in Mad Hatter, $18, available May 1 at Urban Decay.
Urban Decay Alice Through the Looking Glass Lipstick in Alice, $18, available May 1 at Urban Decay.
PAMELA ANDERSON AND KELLY ROHRBACH IN BAYWATCH Pamela Anderson slipped into the perilously high-cut red lifeguard tank from 1992-1997, officially making one-pieces hot again. In 2016, model Kelly Rohrbach is filling her shoes (or suit, rather) in the upcoming Baywatch film, costarring Zac Efron and The Rock.
DR. NO, Ursula Andress, 1962. URSULA ANDRESS IN DR. NO The 1962 scene of Andress emerging from the water in a white buckled bikini remains one of the most iconic James Bond scenes of all time – for obvious reasons.
DIE ANOTHER DAY, Halle Berry, 2002, (c) MGM/courtesy Everett Collection. HALLE BERRY IN DIE ANOTHER DAY Berry famously wore an orange buckled bikini (in homage to Andress) for the 2002 Bond film.
DANIEL CRAIG IN CASINO ROYALE Not all of Bond’s biggest bathing moments belong to women. Craig’s tiny swim trunks made his first foray as Bond (in 2006) incredibly memorable.
CAMERON DIAZ AND DEMI MOORE IN CHARLIE’S ANGELS: FULL THROTTLE We’re pretty sure “full throttle” refers to how we attacked our ab workouts after watching this scene in the 2003 film.
FARRAH FAWCETT This simple red Speedo swimsuit (from a 1976 pinup) isn’t just iconic, it’s historic: It was donated to the Smithsonian in 2011.
ASHLEY GRAHAM ON THE 2016 SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT ISSUE The size-16 model’s sexy cover ushered in a new era of body representation in the magazine’s special issue devoted to finding new and creative ways to barely cover the female form.
KATE BOSWORTH IN BLUE CRUSH Bosworth made mix-and-match bikinis — and rock-hard abs — all the rage in 2002, thanks to her breakout role as surfer Anne Marie Chadwick.
RACHEL MCADAMS IN THE NOTEBOOK When you look at this photo from the 2004 Nicholas Sparks sob-fest, you should think two things: 1) “If you’re a bird, I’m a bird.” And 2) How cuuute is that swimsuit?!
PHOEBE CATES IN FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH Sure, Cates is more well known for taking off her bikini top in the 1982 teen flick, but the girls in the audience knew her cute red two-piece was an equally memorable moment.
MARILYN MONROE The star had more than a few good swimsuit moments, but we’re partial to this high-waisted polka-dot bikini, circa 1951. (Somewhere, Taylor Swift just got inspired.)
ANGELINA JOLIE IN TOMB RAIDER Jolie’s sporty black bikini in the 2001 film proves that you don’t have to be wearing much to look like a total badass.
BO DEREK IN 10 The 1979 film’s title refers to Derek being a perfect 10. Can’t imagine why…
BRIGITTE BARDOT IN THE GIRL IN THE BIKINI The 1952 French film marked one of the first times a bikini was worn in a movie (made even more controversial because Bardot was only 17 at the time).
BROOKLYN DECKER IN JUST GO WITH IT Apparently this was a 2011 movie starring Adam Sandler, but to be honest all we remember is Decker’s super-sexy yellow bikini.
This fabulous-looking creature is Pitzush Puss, or Puss in Glam, as she’s commonly known to her 13,500 Instagram followers. When she was a kitten, her owner found her half dead and nursed her back to health. Now, thanks to some tlc and a lot of accessories, she is a bonified cat star who spends her time being really, really, ridiculously good-looking.
During Oscars week one of my absolute favorite things I attended was a special preview of CHANEL’s “I love Coco Backstage Beauty Lounge” at Bar Marmont. The event was a celebration of their new range of LE VERNIS Longwear Nail Color & ROUGE COCO STYLO lip shine-both go which I absolutely love.
Each room was so chic and had so much many things to do/see that I felt like we had a full blown night out on the town. The little rooms/activities were the VIP Beauty Lounge, manicure bar, refreshment patio, bar with stage (where my girls & I tried to be rockstars…keyword:tried) and all of their new products.
It was reminiscent of Cafe de Flore, a nod to Coco Parisian roots, but also echoed the class rock n’roll age nostalgia of Bar Marmont. Custom made Chanel records hung above red velvet booths. The booths were situated behind vintage mirrored tables set with a myriad of fresh-off-the-line nail polishes, right down to the double ‘C’ file.
See the BEST hair and makeup from the London and Milan runways.
GIORGIO ARMANI Hairstylist Roberta Bellazzi used small irons to create a head of messy curls that she twisted and pinned forward for a look that was just the right mix of business and disheveled. IMAXTREE
VERSACE Guido’s pretty, center-parted waves capped down with a black elastic headband and Pat McGrath’s slick black cat-eyes made for a festival meets Sixties meets NYC vibe. IMAXTREE
EMPORIO ARMANI False lashes dyed neon green, purple and pink were placed at the outer corners to go with the “new pop” theme. IMAXTREE
MOSCHINO Tom Pecheux played up the collection’s leather, chains and charred dresses with slick, greasy black smoky eyes—the result of layering lipstick and eye gloss over M.A.C. gel liner, while Paul Hanlon styled “punky little knots” and big, beachy ’80s supermodel waves. IMAXTREE
“A POSH GIRL GOING TO BURNING MAN” IS HOW MAKEUP ARTIST PETER PHILIPS SET THE SCENE FOR THE FENDI WOMAN, AS HE PAINTED PSYCHEDELIC SWIRLS OF COLOR, THAT IS INSPIRED BY THIS MONTH’S DISCOVERY OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVES, ACROSS THE EYES AT FENDI USING DAMPENED Q-TIPS DIPPED IN KYROLAN AQUACOLOR PIGMENT.
ROBERTO CAVALLI Pat McGrath went for “rock ‘n’ roll decadence” backstage, where she traced the waterlines in black pencil, brushed black shadow across the lids and taupe-y gray under the brows and finished with a few coats of spidery mascara. IMAXTREE
ALBERTA FERRETTI This season, Guido Palau put a darker twist on the romantic hair he always creates for Alberta Ferretti, pinning the front pieces back and spraying the hair with Redken One United for a damp feel right before models hit the runway. “Was she maybe caught in the rain? You don’t know what it was really,” he said. IMAXTREE
NO. 21 Rocker waves and Ziggy Stardust eyes paid tribute to the late pop icon. IMAXTREE
BURBERRY Inspired by the electric colors and metallic embroidery of the Fall collection, makeup artist Wendy Rowe and her team applied 3,000 glitter flecks under the eyes backstage at Burberry for a post-festival vibe. IMAXTREE
ERDEM For a modern nod to the ’30s, Anthony Turner pulled the hair into a low ponytail, rolled it in toward the nape of the neck and held it in place with jeweled bobby pins, while Val Garland painted on Black Dahlia-inspired lips using NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Train Bleu and Mysterious Red. IMAXTREE
ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Guido described the hair at McQueen as having “a randomness and wrongness to it, which makes it punky. The clunkier it is, the better it is and the more you worry about it, the more wrong it looks.” He used Redken Guts 10 to give messy, disheveled, thrown-up texture, then reached into a jewelry tray of brooches and chains and randomly decorated the updo with them. IMAXTREE
TEMPERLEY LONDON The idea of pirates and mermaids floated around backstage, where Antonio Corral Calero worked the hair into “textured buns-slash-knots”, then topped the style off with dry shampoo for a matte, windblown finish. IMAXTREE
TOPSHOP UNIQUE Makeup artist Hannah Murray described the heavy winged liner and magenta lipstick on the models as what “a club kid who’s trying to recreate the 1960s” would wear. But combined with a deep side flip, they looked more like late ’80s teens who just walked off a John Hughes set—and we love everything about that. IMAXTREE
All the standout looks from Paris’s best collections.
Fashion Month is headed to Paris for its final leg and to break down the best of the best, BAZAAR is selecting the top 5 looks from the best Fall 2016 collections.
Pleated pants à la ’80s cropped up here, but were tempered with ultra femme tops, like a strict bustier done in lace and topped with a mannish blazer. Elsewhere, this notion of binding came through in all the laces Vaccarello used to close skirts and tighten strappy sandals. IMAXTREE
ANTHONY VACCARELLO And when he did cover his girls, it was in sensational leather field jackets lined with fur. Keeping the fur on the inside made everything louche and less flashy (save that for those liquid leggings). Being this intrinsically coolly insouciant is hard to do, and Vaccarrello continues to give his clients a step-by-step how-to. IMAXTREE