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Is Rihanna Planning to Release a Blue Lipstick?

Friday, December 8th, 2017

If you thought we were tired of writing about Fenty Beauty, you thought wrong. It might have something to do with how badass Rihanna’s namesake brand truly is. Whether it’s the diverse shade ranges, adorable fan interactions or high quality products, we’ve been hard pressed to find reasons we shouldn’t love all things Fenty.

MORE: Rihanna Comforts Fan Who Thought Her Lips Were Too Big for Fenty Beauty’s Lipsticks

Now, just two weeks after the the debut of STUNNA Lip Paint, we find ourselves giddy at the prospect of a new product: blue (or black) lipstick. Last night, the Grammy Award winner shared a photo of her holding a tube of dark lipstick. Molded into the top of it was the Fenty Beauty logo, which means another lippie will probably arrive soon.

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So far, fans haven’t been able to identify the exact color and whether it matched the shade on her lips. Aside from wondering what the color is, she has everyone hoping for an entire line of lipsticks instead of a single drop. The tubing is different from everything else she’s released, which leads us to think there might be a whole batch in the works.

MORE: This Rihanna Fan Found a Clever Use for the Fenty Beauty Matchstix

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It seems like every Thursday Rihanna is blessing us with something new. Stayed tuned because next week could be when she officially tells us what she’s been working on and you’re not going to want to miss those details.



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Monday, October 9th, 2017
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Blue Ivy Follows in Beyonce’s Footsteps in Slay-Worthy Dance Recital

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017

Like mother, like daughter. Queen Bey might have a pop princess on her hands after her daughter, Blue Ivy, nailed a school ballet recital to Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September” on Saturday. The 5-year-old exemplified some killer Beyonce-esque moves as she took the stage alongside about a half-dozen other tiny ballerinas to break it down to the ’70s funk hit—which we doubt any of the tots knew the words to before practicing the choreography.

MORE: Beyhive Theory Alert: Beyonce’s Fans Think the Twins Are Boys

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Okay, we might be exaggerating a bit when we say that the “Formation” singer’s daughter, whose dad is Jay Z, “nailed” the dance recital. In a clip of the performance, obtained by TMZ, Blue Ivy can be seen looking around and moving to her own beat as her classmates danced in sync (or as synchronized as a group of toddlers could possibly get.)

At one point (okay, at many points), Blue Ivy, who wore her hair in long braids and was in the dead center of the lineup, performed a dance move in the complete opposite direction of her classmates—many of whom looked at her in confusion. In Blue Ivy’s defense, her mom wasn’t one to stick to the pack, either. (See: the fallout of Destiny’s Child in 2004.)

MORE: Beyonce Is Reportedly Doing Intense SoulCycle During Her Pregnancy

And, hey, even if Blue Ivy didn’t follow the choreography to the T, there’s no denying she had stage presence. Plus, if Beyonce’s twins slay on stage just as much as Blue Ivy, maybe we’ll have another pop group in the making. Destiny’s Child’s Children, perhaps? (We’ll work on a name.)


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Friday, April 28th, 2017
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Smells of Blue Roses

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

There’s something grossly uncomfortable about this interview that Ed Meadham did with Anders Christian Madsen for i-D.  Over tea, Meadham opens up about the demise of the almost-cult label Meadham Kirchhoff, one of the saddest and in my mind, completely preventable losses of the fashion world.  The interview touches on the label’s insolvency, Meadham winding up in a coma, an unsanctioned sample sale of the brand’s precious archive as a result of a cruel case of profiteering and a personal isolation that left Meadham practically jobless for two years.  It makes for a tortured and bittersweet read because it brought up the waves of anger that I’ve touched upon time and time again about the fit-in-or-die mentality of the most cut throat parts of the fashion industry.  How genuine talent isn’t always necessarily rewarded.  How waves of press hype often malign the designers that deserve it.  How retailers are often restrained in their financial and sales-driven ability to buy as creatively as one might hope.

Certainly in the case of Meadham Kirchhoff, it was never the case that the public didn’t want what they were serving (which is the stark and plain truth behind many labels’ downfall).  The love was strong.  It was a rainbow outpouring of unicorn, heart and sparkle emojis from all over the world, reblogged and liked on Tumblr and championed by maverick-minded figures such as Tavi Gevinson and Ione Gable of Polyester Zine.  The mainstream press of course chimed in and celebrated the label’s high points as well when it suited them, but as Meadham recalls being blanked by certain people in the industry at a recent RCA show, it exposes the cruel fickleness of the industry.  Meadham ponders this volte-face: “It was like, ‘Are you not allowed to speak to failures?’”

There is of course no point in praising talent to the high hills if there’s no work to show for it.  So in an act of cathartic defiance and to trial a new way of channelling Meadham’s ideas, energy and yes, talent, Ronnie Newhouse of fashion agency House + Holme and Adrian Joffe of Dover Street Market invited Meadham to create a new brand for the store.  That warms the heart.  Two people with means, power and influence creating alternative paths for a designer that was always destined for alternative ways of working.


br2The Blue Roses space at Dover Street Market replete with Meadham’s collages and scribblings

And so on Thursday on the ground floor of Dover Street Market London, a heart-shaped chocolate box opens up to the debut of Blue Roses, named in reference to the famous line in Tennessee Williams’ play The Glass Menagerie.  With the support of DSM, Meadham has created a line of affordable tees, hoods, stockings and pretty pieces of frippery such as a Victorian velvet collar and matching sleeves.  Glitter encrusted sweatshirts are perhaps the only direct flashbacks to Meadham Kirchhoff’s early past but it’s an idea that still stands solid (literally) today.  The texture makes for a nice onomatopoeia and leaves its sparkly fairy dust all over my coffee table when I try it on at home.  It’s not really a regurgitation of greatest hits but rather essences of Meadham’s oeuvre and aesthetic that come with pleasingly and comparatively purse-friendly prices (starting at £58 for a tee and rising up to the £200s for the velvet and glitter stuff).  Former MK-heads were already enthusiastically rifling through the rails when I popped in to delve into the Blue Roses corner on Friday morning.  Some of the pieces are available on the DSM site but the best selection remains in-store.

Where does this leave Meadham then today?  It’s not quite a full on resurrection, nor would you expect a shouty comeback from Meadham.  The i-D interview ends with “I always wanted to put some beauty into the world. I tried very hard.”  The past tense tinged with sadness, in that last sentence seemingly comes with a hardened sigh of despondency over his output and achievements.  No, Ed.  You DID create beauty and it DID spread far and wide in the world.  With Blue Roses, there are signs of a beginning that could indeed flourish with the correct modifications that such a floral genus requires.  I, along with countless others will be sitting here willing it to happen.



img_3033Blue Roses velvet frilly collar and sleeves worn with vintage dress






img_3075Blue Roses long-sleeved tee worn with Sacai shirt, navy tulle skirt and Marques Almeida furry trainers






img_3082Blue Roses pink glitter top worn with Minki Cheng skirt



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Sarin Mathews Women’s Casual Round Neck Loose Fit Short Sleeve T-Shirt Blouse Tops Blue L Reviews

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

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  • Sarin Mathews Women's Casual Round/V Neck Loose Fit Short/Long Sleeve T-Shirt Blouse Tops. This unique casual loose t-shirt well with leggings and jeans, trendy and elegant item which is suitable for a casual everyday look and any occasions especially for office, parties, clubbing and dating.
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