Tuesday, May 26, 2015
 
 
by Clip Syndicate
The Cannes Film Festival may be over, but these stars took to the red carpet to close it out with a bang. Michelle wore a sexy sheer black gown, while Sienna showed cleavage in a summery blue dress. And of course Jake looked classy in a tailored suit and bow tie at the Closing Ceremony.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
Amanda Seyfried stripped down for a sultry new photo shoot with fashion photographer Mario Testino. The actress and recent Vogue cover model is wearing nothing but a towel wrapped around her hair in the sexy new picture.   [READ MORE]
5PM NEWS TYLER, CAMILA
by Clip Syndicate
 
5PM NEWS TYLER, CAMILA   [READ MORE]
 
While many people try to hide their grey hair, others are going grey on purpose. Its all part of a growing trend known as granny hair.   [READ MORE]
 
Anna Kendrick is loved for her girl next door style. Often opting for quite a conservative look. She flatters her small frame by going for above the knee designs. Anna knows how to nail a relaxed look, showcasing her practical style choices with these three airport looks. Anna covers tired aeroplane eyes with large sunglasses and wears stylish yet sensible flats. A loose t-shirt means optimal comfort and a large bag is perfect for all your documents. But don't get it wrong this style chameleon knows how to bring the sexy too, saving her bolder looks for the red carpet.   [READ MORE]
 
Bellefonte wins a thriller in walk-off fashion.   [READ MORE]
 
Celebrities spend half their lives jet setting all over the world, turning airport terminals into catwalks. Lets take a look at the top tips from the most stylish stars taking airport dressing to new heights. First up is Kim Kardashian. The international style icon is probably the most well seasoned traveler of them all. Whether she's rocking all white, all black, causal, formal or fur, there is one steadfast piece of travel kit she's never without, Sunglasses.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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