Timothée Chalamet Wanted to Look Like Joe Exotic

In the film, Chalamet plays Yule, who is a rebel gamer who gets into a relationship with Jennifer Lawrence’s character, Kate Dibiasky. Related | Timothée Chalamet’s Shaved Head Is Dividing the Internet”The first thing he said to me was ‘I want a mullet,’ and of course, he sent me pictures of Joe Exotic,” costume designer Susan Matheson recently told Vogue before explaining that “everyone was obsessed with” the Tiger King star at the time.”But instead I found this guy from New Zealand who had this amazing mullet,” Matheson went on to say. And though Yule’s character description is a little all over the place, it turns out the star had a pretty clear idea of what he wanted his on-set look to be. As the costume designer explained, she actually enlisted a friend’s brother to make a shirt for a fictional band called Noah’s Flood that featured a hand-painted design of “this incredible image of Noah’s ark riding away like a surfboard with an electric guitar sticking out.” So keep your eyes peeled for that one.Read Matheson’s entire interview here.Photos via Getty / Samir Hussein / WireImage & Netflix “And the moment I showed it to Timotheé, he said: ‘Bingo!'”However, Exotic wasn’t the only style inspiration for Yule, as Matheson also said she wanted to subtly reference his roots as an ex-Evangelical Christian and the “religious element of his character” by using vintage patches and T-shirts from Christian camps.”They aren’t always visible, but underneath his other clothes he’ll always have on one of those shirts,” Matheson continued, though she didn’t just stop at collecting shirts. Timothée Chalamet had an iconic and unexpected style inspiration.As you’ve probably heard, the actor is just one of the famous faces that appears in Adam McKay’s star-studded film Don’t Look Up, which stars Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio as two low-level astronomers attempting to warn everyone of a comet that will wipe out the entire planet.

Happy New Year From Saint Sintra and Friends

“I’m looking forward to 2022, and to many more wonderful memories and moments.”So Happy New Year from PAPER and Saint Sintra — get into the party, below, champagne and disco balls included. Fashion: Saint Sintra (Fall 2021 and Spring 2021)
Photography: Andrew Tess

Hair: Sean Bennett

Makeup: Mical F Klip

Fashion assistant: Glauco Suppi

Models: Mati Hayes, Jack Powers and Meg Yates “I’ve had so many incredible breakthroughs and opportunities, and I’m so lucky to have support from the most incredible group of people that have come together to support me and the brand since I launched in January,” Martins says, reflecting on a whirlwind 2021. Makeup artist Mical F Klip brings her “playful approach” to Saint Sintra’s looks, from “Cindy-Lou Who on a bender” frosted lips to Patrick Nagel-inspired glam; and “full-time hair bender, part-time blood elf” Sean Bennett wraps up the entire effort. This past year has been a “pivotal one” for New York-based designer Sintra Martins, who launched her independent brand Saint Sintra in January to some serious buzz.With a background in costuming and sociology, before going on to intern for established names like Thom Browne and Wiederhoeft, Martins has created a whimsical identity where internet and pop culture meet (her debut collection was inspired by clown memes) — and she’s accumulated likeminded fans along the way, from Slayyyter to Kim Petras and even The Little Lad.To celebrate 2022, Martins called up some of her closest friends and collaborators to produce an intimate portrait series for PAPER, featuring looks from Saint Sintra’s Fall 2021 and Spring 2021 collections.She cast three models — Mati Hayes, Jack Powers and Meg Yates — who Martins says are all “incredible individuals, with uncompromising creative vision.” There’s Yates, with her blog that’s a “perfect blend of satire and drama;” Hayes, who always challenges Martins to “look at the world from a new perspective;” and Powers, the electro-pop musician with a ton of “Energy.”With polaroids by Andrew Tess, a “sweet and supportive” photographer Martins met on a Christmas shoot a few years ago, the series looks evocative of NYC’s unruly Studio 54 era — trashy and glamorous all at once.

Jada Pinkett Smith Gives an Update on Alopecia Hair Loss

“And I was just like, ‘Oh my god, am I going bald?'” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jada Pinkett Smith (@jadapinkettsmith) Since then though, Pinkett Smith has come to embrace the condition, as indicated by a post from this past July about daughter Willow Smith encouraging her to shave her entire head. However, it doesn’t seem as if she’s going to let its progression get her down, seeing as how she jokingly captioned the clip, “Mama’s gonna have to take it down to the scalp so nobody thinks she got brain surgery or something,” before saying “Me and this alopecia are going to be friends … period!”Related | Jada Pinkett-Smith Reveals Why She Shaved Her HeadAs for the video itself, Pinkett Smith is all smiles as she shows off her scalp and says, “Now at this point, I can only laugh,” explaining that ” just all of a sudden one day, look at this line right here.”Granted, this isn’t the first time the actress has opened up about having alopecia, first addressing it in 2018 on an episode of Red Table Talk where she talked about how “terrifying” it was at the beginning.”I was in the shower one day and had just handfuls of hair in my hands,” she said, adding that she started a treatment meant to slow the hair loss. Jada Pinkett Smith is getting real about her experience with hair loss.On Tuesday, the Red Table Talk host took to Instagram to upload a video of a new bare patch on her scalp resulting from her alopecia, which is an autoimmune disorder that results in bald spots and hair loss. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jada Pinkett Smith (@jadapinkettsmith) Photo via Getty / Steve Jennings She wrote, “Willow made me do it because it was time to let go BUT … my 50’s are bout to be Divinely lit with this shed.”Watch Pinkett Smith’s video below.

Downward Spiral With Jazzelle

Photography and retouching: Oscar OukStyling: Jenny Haapala
Model and makeup: Jazzelle Zanaughtti
Photography assistant: Alex KalbStyling assistant: Oliwia Jakubik
Model assistant: Morgan Charlton
Fashion interns: Jaemi Rowe and Brittney King

Photography and retouching: Oscar OukStyling: Jenny Haapala
Model and makeup: Jazzelle Zanaughtti
Photography assistant: Alex KalbStyling assistant: Oliwia Jakubik
Model assistant: Morgan Charlton
Fashion interns: Jaemi Rowe and Brittney King Uglyworldwide hits the slopes in Prada.

Kourtney Kardashian Hits Back at Plastic Surgery Accusations

View this post on Instagram A post shared by gangsta barbie ♡ (@popcultureangel) Photo via Getty / Chris Delmas / AFP However, the photos ended up dredging up some speculation about the 42-year-old’s still-youthful appearance, which led to one commenter accusing her of getting “plenty of plastic surgery.” Related | Kourtney Kardashian Shows Off Her Stretch Marks“She just did it in an extremely natural way that still complimented her features instead of [changing] them,” the critic continued before saying she probably got “botox, nose job, some sort of butt shot or bbl just to start.” That said, it looks like Kourtney wasn’t all too bothered by the comment, as she sardonically wrote that there’s “no better compliment than a too good to be real kind of compliment.”“Butt shot and brazilian butt lift, um, thanks,” Kourtney continued. “And you were just getting started.” See the photos in question below. Kourtney Kardashian is refuting a claim that she’s had plastic surgery.It all started earlier this week when an Instagram account called @popcultureangel posted throwback pics of the Kardashian-Jenners.

Beauty Pageant Camels Caught Injecting Botox

A dozen dromedaries were disqualified in 2018 after a breeder was busted for using the injectable. In yet another instance of unrealistic beauty standards pushing people to go to greater and greater extremes, over 40 camels have been disqualified from a beauty pageant after it was discovered that the animals had undergone various cosmetic procedures such as Botox in order to improve their odds.According to AP, Saudi authorities recently conducted one of the largest ever crackdowns on breeders who had given their camels face lifts, inflated body parts using rubber bands, injections of Botox, filler, hormones and other alterations in an attempt to make them more attractive. “The club is keen to halt all acts of tampering and deception in the beautification of camels,” the SPA’s report read, adding that organizers would be looking to “impose strict penalties on manipulators.”Given that the beauty pageant is the centerpiece of the monthlong festival, which is steeped in the country’s rich Bedouin tradition and heritage, and there being so much money at stake it makes sense that organizers would want to ensure a level playing field, not to mention that these cosmetic adjustments can potentially result in significant harm to the animal as well. According the New York Post, camels getting Botox is far from an isolated incident. All were set to compete for a $66 million prize as a part of the annual King Abdulaziz Camel Festival where judges determine the winner based on the size and appearance of the camel’s head, neck, humps and more.Related | Getting Snowed In at IKEA Sounds Like Peak HyggePer the Saudi Press Agency, pageant officials are looking to put an end to any sort of illegal performance enhancement even going so far as to use “specialized and advanced” technology to detect foul play. No word as of yet as to how this will the impact the alpaca influencer community, stay tuned for more updates.Photo via Getty

Fashion, Art and NFTs Collide in Miami

5 100th Anniversary Light ShowChanel’s ongoing festivities for the 100th anniversary of its No. Here are the main takeaways from 2021 Miami Art Week, including Design Miami and Art Basel.Ruinart Champagne and Artist David Shrigley Present “Unconventional Bubbles”Ruinart Champagne and Artist David Shrigley Present “Unconventional Bubbles”Ruinart Champagne and Artist David Shrigley Present “Unconventional Bubbles”Ruinart Champagne and Artist David Shrigley Present “Unconventional Bubbles”Ruinart Champagne and Artist David Shrigley Present “Unconventional Bubbles”Champagne house Ruinart and British artist David Shrigley held a fête to celebrate his artwork series Unconventional Bubbles, which inspired the evening’s life-size witty designs and Chef Flynn McGarry’s culinary treats. The event was done in collaboration with Gayletter, while DJ Kindness and DJ Pascal Moscheni spun tunes in front of guests like Jordan Barrett, Honey Dijon, Ricky Martin, Hari Nef and Josh O’Connor. They kept the party going the next day at Soho Beach House with an oceanfront afterparty featuring DJ sets from Siobhan Bell, Hank Orsan and Rich Medina.Balmain Teams Up With (RED) Live Nation and ChivasBalmain Teams Up With (RED) Live Nation and ChivasBalmain Teams Up With (RED) Live Nation and ChivasBalmain Teams Up With (RED) Live Nation and ChivasBalmain Teams Up With (RED) Live Nation and ChivasBalmain, along with (RED) and LiveNation, hosted a party in honor of the contemporary art installation from Saype, the French-Swiss art pioneer known for his environmental and social activism. (Butler became Tag Heuer ambassador in May after leading the Miami team to the NBA championships the year prior.) To celebrate the launch, the Swiss watchmaker took over a private Miami Beach residence for a private dinner lined with Porsche cars and Butler’s favorite timepieces. The show drew inspiration from Coco Chanel’s universe of symbols as the stories behind Place Vendôme, the double C monogram and the camellia lit up the night sky. Krewer’s work inspired Loewe creative director Jonathan Anderson’s SS22 Men’s collection, and both held court all night as guests danced and mingled for hours.Miu Miu Select by Hailey Benton GatesMiu Miu Select by Hailey Benton GatesMiu Miu Select by Hailey Benton GatesMiu Miu Select by Hailey Benton GatesMiu Miu Select by Hailey Benton GatesMiu Miu Select was introduced in 2019 as a way to have the label’s friends curate a highly personalized wardrobe of their favorite pieces of the season. Loewe chose the iconic venue to celebrate contemporary artist Florian Krewer’s new book, copies of which were lined up against the walls (it’s available now at Loewe.com and 50% of the retail price will be donated to The International Trans Fund). His work is located on the expansive Atlantic beach just outside the Balmain Pavilion. For its second edition, the luggage brand curated a collection of artworks from six new local North America artists and six global artists from the Paris exhibition, all of whom reimagined Rimowa’s iconic aluminum materials, which was on view from December 1 to 5 at its Miami Design District store. Called Kompa, the collection was developed after consulting with artisans across the African country to bring together the region’s techniques and craft activities. Fashion’s Miami infiltration during Art Week is nothing new, but the city felt especially jam-packed with luxury brand activations this year, if the loaded party schedule and insufferable traffic were any indication. Art and fashion patrons including Hari Nef, Justice Smith, Caroline de Maigret, Vanessa Traina and Jacob Bixenman all gathered in the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens with tunes by DJ Timo Weiland.The Kompa Collection From Fendi and MabeoThe Kompa Collection From Fendi and MabeoThe Kompa Collection From Fendi and MabeoThe Kompa Collection From Fendi and MabeoThe Kompa Collection From Fendi and MabeoAt Design Miami, Fendi presented a furniture collection with Botswana-based label and design studio Mabeo. 5 100th Anniversary Light ShowChanel No. From the Design District to Miami Beach, fashion labels used every opportunity to stage big events this year while catering to the city’s wealthy art patrons in the process. Her favorite picks are located in a corner of the store dedicated to the project and feature custom-made tags reading “Miu Miu Select by Hailey Benton Gates” on each piece chosen.Rimowa “As Seen By” Afterparty at SoHo Beach HouseRimowa “As Seen By” Afterparty at SoHo Beach HouseRimowa “As Seen By” Afterparty at SoHo Beach HouseRimowa “As Seen By” Afterparty at SoHo Beach HouseRimowa “As Seen By” Afterparty at SoHo Beach HouseRimowa’s “As Seen By” exhibition series first debuted in Paris back in October. Butler’s injury prevented him from attending, instead sending a video message that was played in front of guests like Madelyn Cline, Luis Fonsi and Paulina Vega.Prada & YoungArts 40th Anniversary Cocktail EventPrada & YoungArts 40th Anniversary Cocktail EventPrada & YoungArts 40th Anniversary Cocktail EventPrada & YoungArts 40th Anniversary Cocktail EventPrada & YoungArts 40th Anniversary Cocktail EventPrada’s ongoing support of YoungArts, the nonprofit that provides creative and professional development to artists in the performing, literary and visual arts, carried over into Miami last week. Grutman and Sporty & Rich founder Emily Oberg hosted the affair in front of guests like Bella Hadid, Justine Skye, Anastasia Karanikolaou (Stassie Baby) and Jonathan Cheban.Loewe Celebrates Florian Krewer’s New Book at TwistLoewe Celebrates Florian Krewer’s New Book at TwistLoewe Celebrates Florian Krewer’s New Book at TwistLoewe Celebrates Florian Krewer’s New Book at TwistLoewe Celebrates Florian Krewer’s New Book at TwistTwist, the famous gay Miami nightclub, was the place to be late Wednesday night. The event, which took place at SCOPE Miami Beach, highlighted offerings from Chivas and Perrier Jouet, and brought together artists, influencers and art lovers.Tag Heuer Celebrates Basketball Star Jimmy ButlerTag Heuer Celebrates Basketball Star Jimmy ButlerTag Heuer Celebrates Basketball Star Jimmy ButlerTag Heuer Celebrates Basketball Star Jimmy ButlerTag Heuer Celebrates Basketball Star Jimmy ButlerTag Heuer and basketball superstar Jimmy Butler co-designed a new special edition Carrera Heuer 02T Tourbillon. 5 100th Anniversary Light ShowChanel No. Mabeo had creative meetings with Kim Jones, Silvia Venturini Fendi and Delfina Delettrez Fendi to dream up the 10-piece collection, which includes a basket woven cabinet and a metal Peekaboo handbag.Prince x Sporty & Rich Celebratory BrunchPrince x Sporty & Rich Celebratory BrunchPrince x Sporty & Rich Celebratory BrunchPrince x Sporty & Rich Celebratory BrunchPrince x Sporty & Rich Celebratory BrunchSporty & Rich celebrated its collaboration with tennis lifestyle brand Prince (which is available now at SportyAndRich.com) with an outdoor brunch at David Grutman and Pharrell’s dining hotspot Swan. The brand’s Design District store hosted several YoungArts board members, donors and artists to celebrate the organization’s 40th anniversary. Guests at the cocktail included TikTok star Blake Gray, model Larsen Thompson and photographer/designer Alexander Roth.Chanel No. After launching in New York, London, Paris and Moscow, the series returned during Miami Art Week at Miu Miu’s Design District store with model and director Hailey Benton Gates (past “selectors” include Chloë Sevigny, Lila Moss and Georgia May Jagger). 5 fragrance culminated in Miami last week with a starry light show using drones in front of Faena Beach.

Yes, Every Fashion Person Was at Art Basel

5 fragrance culminated in Miami last week with a starry light show using drones in front of Faena Beach. The event, which took place at SCOPE Miami Beach, highlighted offerings from Chivas and Perrier Jouet, and brought together artists, influencers and art lovers.Tag Heuer Celebrates Basketball Star Jimmy ButlerTag Heuer Celebrates Basketball Star Jimmy ButlerTag Heuer Celebrates Basketball Star Jimmy ButlerTag Heuer Celebrates Basketball Star Jimmy ButlerTag Heuer Celebrates Basketball Star Jimmy ButlerTag Heuer and basketball superstar Jimmy Butler co-designed a new special edition Carrera Heuer 02T Tourbillon. Krewer’s work inspired Loewe creative director Jonathan Anderson’s SS22 Men’s collection, and both held court all night as guests danced and mingled for hours.Miu Miu Select by Hailey Benton GatesMiu Miu Select by Hailey Benton GatesMiu Miu Select by Hailey Benton GatesMiu Miu Select by Hailey Benton GatesMiu Miu Select by Hailey Benton GatesMiu Miu Select was introduced in 2019 as a way to have the label’s friends curate a highly personalized wardrobe of their favorite pieces of the season. The show drew inspiration from Coco Chanel’s universe of symbols as the stories behind Place Vendôme, the double C monogram and the camellia lit up the night sky. Guests at the cocktail included TikTok star Blake Gray, model Larsen Thompson and photographer/designer Alexander Roth.Chanel No. Fashion’s Miami infiltration during Art Week is nothing new, but the city felt especially jam-packed with luxury brand activations this year, if the loaded party schedule and insufferable traffic were any indication. The event was done in collaboration with Gayletter, while DJ Kindness and DJ Pascal Moscheni spun tunes in front of guests like Jordan Barrett, Honey Dijon, Ricky Martin, Hari Nef and Josh O’Connor. Grutman and Sporty & Rich founder Emily Oberg hosted the affair in front of guests like Bella Hadid, Justine Skye, Anastasia Karanikolaou (Stassie Baby) and Jonathan Cheban.Loewe Celebrates Florian Krewer’s New Book at TwistLoewe Celebrates Florian Krewer’s New Book at TwistLoewe Celebrates Florian Krewer’s New Book at TwistLoewe Celebrates Florian Krewer’s New Book at TwistLoewe Celebrates Florian Krewer’s New Book at TwistTwist, the famous gay Miami nightclub, was the place to be late Wednesday night. Loewe chose the iconic venue to celebrate contemporary artist Florian Krewer’s new book, copies of which were lined up against the walls (it’s available now at Loewe.com and 50% of the retail price will be donated to The International Trans Fund). Called Kompa, the collection was developed after consulting with artisans across the African country to bring together the region’s techniques and craft activities. Mabeo had creative meetings with Kim Jones, Silvia Venturini Fendi and Delfina Delettrez Fendi to dream up the 10-piece collection, which includes a basket woven cabinet and a metal Peekaboo handbag.Prince x Sporty & Rich Celebratory BrunchPrince x Sporty & Rich Celebratory BrunchPrince x Sporty & Rich Celebratory BrunchPrince x Sporty & Rich Celebratory BrunchPrince x Sporty & Rich Celebratory BrunchSporty & Rich celebrated its collaboration with tennis lifestyle brand Prince (which is available now at SportyAndRich.com) with an outdoor brunch at David Grutman and Pharrell’s dining hotspot Swan. From the Design District to Miami Beach, fashion labels used every opportunity to stage big events this year while catering to the city’s wealthy art patrons in the process. His work is located on the expansive Atlantic beach just outside the Balmain Pavilion. After launching in New York, London, Paris and Moscow, the series returned during Miami Art Week at Miu Miu’s Design District store with model and director Hailey Benton Gates (past “selectors” include Chloë Sevigny, Lila Moss and Georgia May Jagger). 5 100th Anniversary Light ShowChanel’s ongoing festivities for the 100th anniversary of its No. (Butler became Tag Heuer ambassador in May after leading the Miami team to the NBA championships the year prior.) To celebrate the launch, the Swiss watchmaker took over a private Miami Beach residence for a private dinner lined with Porsche cars and Butler’s favorite timepieces. For its second edition, the luggage brand curated a collection of artworks from six new local North America artists and six global artists from the Paris exhibition, all of whom reimagined Rimowa’s iconic aluminum materials, which was on view from December 1 to 5 at its Miami Design District store. The brand’s Design District store hosted several YoungArts board members, donors and artists to celebrate the organization’s 40th anniversary. Her favorite picks are located in a corner of the store dedicated to the project and feature custom-made tags reading “Miu Miu Select by Hailey Benton Gates” on each piece chosen.Rimowa “As Seen By” Afterparty at SoHo Beach HouseRimowa “As Seen By” Afterparty at SoHo Beach HouseRimowa “As Seen By” Afterparty at SoHo Beach HouseRimowa “As Seen By” Afterparty at SoHo Beach HouseRimowa “As Seen By” Afterparty at SoHo Beach HouseRimowa’s “As Seen By” exhibition series first debuted in Paris back in October. Here are the main takeaways from 2021 Miami Art Week, including Design Miami and Art Basel.The Kompa Collection From Fendi and MabeoThe Kompa Collection From Fendi and MabeoThe Kompa Collection From Fendi and MabeoThe Kompa Collection From Fendi and MabeoThe Kompa Collection From Fendi and MabeoAt Design Miami, Fendi presented a furniture collection with Botswana-based label and design studio Mabeo. They kept the party going the next day at Soho Beach House with an oceanfront afterparty featuring DJ sets from Siobhan Bell, Hank Orsan and Rich Medina.Balmain Teams Up With (RED) Live Nation and ChivasBalmain Teams Up With (RED) Live Nation and ChivasBalmain Teams Up With (RED) Live Nation and ChivasBalmain Teams Up With (RED) Live Nation and ChivasBalmain Teams Up With (RED) Live Nation and ChivasBalmain, along with (RED) and LiveNation, hosted a party in honor of the contemporary art installation from Saype, the French-Swiss art pioneer known for his environmental and social activism. 5 100th Anniversary Light ShowChanel No. 5 100th Anniversary Light ShowChanel No. Butler’s injury prevented him from attending, instead sending a video message that was played in front of guests like Madelyn Cline, Luis Fonsi and Paulina Vega.Prada & YoungArts 40th Anniversary Cocktail EventPrada & YoungArts 40th Anniversary Cocktail EventPrada & YoungArts 40th Anniversary Cocktail EventPrada & YoungArts 40th Anniversary Cocktail EventPrada & YoungArts 40th Anniversary Cocktail EventPrada’s ongoing support of YoungArts, the nonprofit that provides creative and professional development to artists in the performing, literary and visual arts, carried over into Miami last week.

Getting Ready With Everett Williams for Tom Ford’s LA Fragrance Launch

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Beforehand, PAPER got ready with internet style star Everett Williams, who naturally wore snakeskin print and classic, Americana denim to fit Tom Ford’s theme. The Tom Ford Brow Definer Is a LifesaverTom Ford Snakeskin Print ShirtTom Ford Beauty LineupNothing Better Than Tom Ford DenimGetting DressedLove These BootsAlways Have a Polaroid ShootPhotography: Nicholas Scarpinato Guests, ranging from Lil Nas X to Sydney Sweeney and Adonis Bosso, attended the celebration, featuring a soundtrack of Dolly Parton and Shania Twain, the bar’s notorious mechanical bull at its center, and “I got bucked by TF” tees handed out as parting gifts. This week, Saddle Ranch in West Hollywood hosted Tom Ford Beauty’s fragrance launch for Ombré Leather Parfum. The popular TikTok hangout was a perfect environment for the brand’s new Wild West-inspired scent, which pays homage to Ford’s Texas upbringing.

Chanel’s Advent Calendar Gets Roasted on TikTok

TikTok creator Elise Harmon decided to see if it was worth the hype and the price tag.Related | A Fast Fashion Dress That Copied A Vintage Chanel Look Is Going ViralVideos of her opening items from the giant iconic bottle-shaped boxed have gone viral with millions of views — and not for good reasons. 5 perfume. Harmon was happy with a couple of items like Chanel Beauty’s hand cream, red lipsticks, and a Chanel No. One YouTuber reviewed the product and called it “THE MOST FRUSTRATING, OVERPRICED $825 STICKER BOOK.” Customers have also flooded the brand’s Instagram comments section, making jokes and questioning their decisions over their holiday product.Photo via Getty ‘Tis the season for advent calendars. This was their foray into the world of the traditional holiday gift box, to commemorate 100 years of their signature Chanel No. Other gifts included in the calendar were stickers, a picture flipbook, a magnet, a keychain, what looked like a small Chanel dustbag, and a string bracelet that included a wax seal-shaped pendant embossed with the Chanel logo that Harmon said was “giving plastic bottle cap.”

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Related | Chanel Is in a Punk Rock State of MindShe wrote in a separate post, showing her in low spirits while holding the box, “When you try to get festive by buying an advent calendar but are left with shattered hopes and dreams.” In a later video, Harmon alleges that Chanel’s TikTok account blocked her.Harmon isn’t the only one disappointed by the advent calendar. And like many other brands out there, French luxury fashion house Chanel dropped theirs in time for the holidays. And the package, filled with 17 different goodies costs $825. 5 Christmas tree ornament, but the rest didn’t exactly impress.

Purple Blush Is Here to Stay

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thoughts on purple blush?? we’re not entirely sure).Related | Fake Eyelashes, Fake Freckles, Real TikTok BeautyIf you’re anything darker than a medium beige, though, rosy pink might not be as flattering on you. By now, you probably know that blush is 2021’s favorite makeup product.Thanks to celebrity makeup artists like Ariel Tejada and Ash K Holm, this year saw an influx of blush sculpting the cheeks of your favorite stars. Of course, this trickled its way over to TikTok where beauty creators replicated looks and pushed the blush craze even further.Now, there’s a budding sub-category within the blush market that’s really taking off. When you think of blush, you most likely picture a rosy pink shade, like Kylie Jenner’s famous Dior blush (that she didn’t actually end up using… Burnt orange or red-toned blush shades are beautiful on deep-dark skin tones and dusty rose-colored blush looks incredible on medium-olive skin. In fact, it might actually be the most universal shade of blush.A few viral purple blushes have dominated TikTok, including Nudestix Moodie Blu, a blue-toned magenta shade. Thanks to TikTok, we’re seeing more creators break down blush shades that may not be as popular, but work for various skin tones significantly better than the traditional option. Right now, the new craze is purple, which is flattering on many skin tones. When it comes to purple blush, it seems beauty lovers prefer cream over powder because purple can be such a strong shade and cream makes it easier to blend out.@missdarcei

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Shop a few of our favorite purple blushes, below: Photo via Getty

Gucci Made a Billie Eilish Vinyl Box and Nail Stickers

Besides her impressive catalog of award-winning music, Billie Eilish may be most known for her ornate nails, a staple within the pop-stars fashion image. As a bonafide Gucci girl — thanks to a constant collaborative friendship with creative rirector Alessandro Michele — the star’s latest endeavor with the Italian house feels very on point. The nail art is a cheeky callback to Eilish’s debut Grammy appearance in 2020, where the star was decked out head-to-toe in a slime green Gucci ensemble: from her baggy tracksuit to her acrylic tips. Related | Harry Styles and Billie Eilish to Star in Gucci MiniseriesA multi-colored disk, composed of plastic scraps from the album’s first vinyl press run, hints at the singer’s sustainable leanings, while a psychedelic pattern covers the limited-edition box. Photos courtesy of Gucci In celebration of the singer’s Grammy-nominated album, Happier Than Ever, Gucci and Eilish have teamed up to present a one-of-a-kind vinyl package complete with collectors items. Alongside the physical album are custom Gucci nail-art stickers, highlighting the house’s timeless iconography like bold logos and its signature GG monogram. The full Happier Than Ever limited-edition vinyl box set designed by Alessandro Michele, with the corresponding Gucci nail art stickers, is available today at boutiques in cities like Paris, New York, Los Angeles, London, and Berlin with boutiques in Japan and Australia receiving products on December 3. The 19-year-old artist may be one of the brand’s most recognizable advocates alongside Lil Nas X and Lana Del Rey, ushering a revilitzalied sense of edge and Gen-Z cool to a legacy house.