North West is ready to trick or treat.
The daughter of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian is dressed from head to toe in an adorable skunk outfit.
“A skunk is on the loose!!!!” Kardashian, 34, teased with a pic.
“My little stinker is waiting to show daddy her costume,” she added. “Halloween has started early this morning.”
Cindy Crawford front the November issue of Michigan Avenue magazine.
On the advice she’d give her 18-year-old self: “You know, I think I would [tell myself] two things. One is, you’re good enough. I think young people—and adults—are plagued by our insecurities. [Mine was] coming to Chicago and coming to your studio and going to New York, and worrying that I didn’t belong or I didn’t deserve to belong, or whatever…”
“The other thing I would tell my young self is to just let loose a little bit more and have fun. I was very cautious and careful—which probably helped lead to the career that I had—but there were a few times I could have had a little bit more fun. Also, for me coming from such a sheltered small town, going to the big city and being around all that craziness of the ’80s, it was easier for me to put my nose in a book and just kind of block it all out.”
She added, “I didn’t quite know how to navigate it, so I just chose not to. But looking back, I was like, Maybe I should have gone on Armani’s boat for a week, or do things that [I didn’t do because] I was afraid of feeling out of my league or in an uncomfortable situation. Look, in the end it worked out for me, and I have a great life. Actually Rande has brought more [of that out in me]; he’s fun, and I feel safe having fun around him, so I’m almost doing some of those things. We used to go to the South of France every summer with his friends, and I would be like, That’s my one week a year that I dance on top of a table every day at lunch.”
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga have gone from promoting music to promoting clothing.
The pair have teamed up to promote H&M’s Holiday 2014 catalog.
Gaga posted a teaser imageon her social media accounts along with the caption, “Here’s the first look at @itstonybennett and me in the @hm Holiday campaign! We can’t wait to swing into the holidays with you! #HMTonyGaga.”
H&M followed suit by posting a special performance of “It Don’t Mean a Thing” for the ad campaign, which kicks off on November 25th. Alongside that, they posted a photo (above) on their Instagram page, with the caption: “Are you excited for our #HMHoliday celebration with superstars @itstonybennett and @ladygaga? Mark your calendar for the exclusive world premiere of the Holiday campaign video, released Nov 25! #HMBTS.”
Motherhood is bringing out the entrepreneur in Shakira.
The singer has teamed up with Fisher Price for a new line of developmental toys.
“When it comes to baby’s development, the early years are the most important,” Shakira says. “Each play experience is an opportunity for baby to learn about the world around them.”
Parents can get a peek at Shakira’s experiences with motherhood via a 12-part web series curated by Fisher-Price .
Images via Fisher Pric
Daphne Oz covers the new issue of FITNESS magazine.
In the November/December issue of Fitness magazine, Oz admits that what surprised her most about motherhood was her body after having baby Philomena Bijou.
“You still look six months pregnant,” Oz says. “Your body does not instantly bounce back.”
The Chew host doesn’t own a scale, so she was shocked when she went to her first doc’s appoint after giving birth. “I thought I knew where I’d be when I went for my first doctor appointment a few weeks after giving birth. I’d lost only 10 pounds!” she recalls.
Oz is determined to lose the pregnancy weight, but it’s not her top concern. “It’s a priority, but it’s one of many,” she shares.
She continued, “I’m breastfeeding, so my priorities include eating to nourish my baby, gaining muscle tone and feeling good. It’s about being back in charge of my body.”
Oz is making an effort to embrace her current figure.
“Focus on the things that you love about your body,” she says. “Feel good about them and you’ll project confidence.”