In a world where Black women struggle for honorable mentions and the accolades they deserve in Hollywood, there’s one event that aims to make us all Queens for the evening.
BET’s annual BLACK GIRLS ROCK! event, dedicated to honoring exceptional women of color around the world who serve as an inspiration within our communities, took place over the weekend. And you beauties know that #TeamBeautiful was all hands on deck to cover the marvelous pink carpet. The amazingness that strutted and sashayed down that pink carpet was quite remarkable. Watch the video on Hello Beautiful for exclusive interviews with your favorite bombshells!
As a huge proponent of dark, bold eyebrows on blondes (“DARKER! DAARRRRKER!” — me, to the woman who tints my naturally invisible brows), I am obsessed with these Louis Vuitton fall/winter ads starring Michelle Williams. I mean, the purse and the dress and the hair and the lips and the nail polish and the bone structure are all great, but those brows! Perfection. [People Style Watch]
urns out Jaden Smith doesn’t really want to be emancipated from his parents—but these 10 child stars, rounded up by the Huffington Post, did:
- Drew Barrymore petitioned for emancipation in 1991, when she was 15, in order to skirt child labor laws that were restricting the hours she could work.
- Alicia Silverstone did the same thing, at the same age, so she could film The Crush in 1993.
- Michelle Williams was also emancipated at age 15, but she later said she was “stupid” to live on her own: “I didn’t know what I was taking on.” Read more on Newser…
Tiffany blue is one of the most famous colors in the world. So it’s no surprise that Thursday night, as stars gathered at Tiffany & Co.’s Blue Book Ball at Rockefeller Center, there’d be a lot of blue on the red carpet. Gwyneth Paltrow wore a light blue Ralph Lauren number, while Kate Hudson did her best blue in Reem Acra. Jessica Biel paired her Tiffany’s jewelry with an Elie Saab gown, and Michelle Williams wore a somewhat shapeless Katie Ermilio gown. Model Cato van Ee also came dressed in blue. But we want to know: Who do you think looks best?