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From Princess Diana To Jennifer Aniston, These Are The Ultimate Celebrity Revenge Looks

From Princess Diana To Jennifer Aniston, These Are The Ultimate Celebrity Revenge Looks

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Princess Diana almost never wore the dress now considered the progenitor of “revenge dressing”. Made for her by the Greek designer Christina Stambolian, it had been sitting in her wardrobe for three years, with Diana worrying that it was too daring.
Her decision to wear it to the Serpentine Gallery’s summer party, in June 1994, had been a last-minute one. She had reportedly been due to wear something by Valentino, but changed her mind: it was the night that a controversial television programme aired, detailing Prince Charles’s adulterous relationship with Camilla Parker-Bowles, now the Duchess of Cornwall. “She wanted to look a million dollars,” said her former stylist and the late Vogue editor, Anna Harvey, “and she did”.
The decision ensured Diana was front-page news. “The Thrilla He Left To Woo Camilla,” raved The Sun, above a photograph of Diana striding from her car wearing the figure-hugging style, a choker of pearls at her neck, her hair immaculate, her smile wide. The moment has now become “a mood”, as the internet would call it.
The “revenge dress” is due to feature in the fifth series of The Crown, worn by Elizabeth Debicki, who is taking over from Emma Corrin to play Diana in the next season. The actor was snapped recreating one of Diana’s most famous moments, emerging from her chauffeur-driven car wearing a black off-the-shoulder dress and strands of pearls with a central sapphire gem round her neck.

Here, a round-up of the best revenge dressing moments through the years.

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Bella Hadid, 2017

Forget the theme (“Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between” – admittedly not the easiest). For Bella Hadid, the Met Gala 2017 was an opportunity to show off her exceptionally toned body in front of her ex-boyfriend The Weeknd, who was in attendance with his new girlfriend Selena Gomez, thanks to a lace beaded body stocking.

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Katie Holmes, 2019

Fresh from a break-up with long-term beau Jamie Foxx, it didn’t take long for Katie Holmes to reinvent herself as a cashmere bra influencer courtesy of a barley-coloured Khaite bra and cardigan set.
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Jennifer Aniston, 2005

Attending the premiere of the film Derailed, in New York, Aniston looked quite the opposite, in a figure-hugging, beaded Chanel dress that showed she would not be embroiled in gossip about the break-down of her marriage to Brad Pitt.
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Jennifer Lopez, 2004

Having broken off her engagement to Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez hit the Golden Globes red carpet in Grecian-style Michael Kors, looking the very definition of “glowing”.
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Princess Diana, 1994

As her former husband Prince Charles admitted to adultery in a documentary aired on national television, Diana stepped out at the Serpentine in a Christina Stambolian off-the-shoulder dress, ensuring the glamour quotient was at a maximum.
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Elizabeth Hurley, 2000

Elizabeth Hurley went all-out for an anniversary party for Valentino Garavani. The plunging neckline and sultry silhouette of her oyster-hued gown drew a clear line under her relationship with Hugh Grant, with whom she had recently split in the wake of a cheating scandal.
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Ariana Grande, 2018

Having broken off her engagement to Pete Davidson after a rollercoaster romance, Ariana Grande not only released a Burn Book of a hit single, “Thank U, Next”, but looked radiant in the process.
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Irina Shayk, 2019

Who better to turn to than Donatella Versace for a revenge look that truly sizzles? Irina Shayk headed to Milan following a break-up with the father of her child, Bradley Cooper, walking the Versace catwalk in a chainmail mini dress, then trotting all over town in a safety-pinned mini skirt.
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Kristen Stewart, 2013

All the Celebrities That Launched Beauty Brands in 2021

All the Celebrities That Launched Beauty Brands in 2021

The celebrity beauty market saw an influx of new entrants this year, with the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Halsey, Jennifer Lopez, Scarlett Johansson and many others making their first solo ventures in the industry.While last year’s celebrity beauty launches largely stayed within skin care, this year saw many stars experiment in virtually all categories, including the traditional makeup, skin and hair categories, as well as wellness and baby.
Most recently Ellen DeGeneres revealed during her talk show on Tuesday that she is launching her Kind Science skin care brand later this month. Aniston, who was behind one of the most popular hairstyles of the ‘90s, leveraged her influence for her own hair care line, LolaVie, which launched last month.

Here, WWD looks at 18 celebrities that launched beauty brands in 2021. Read on for more.

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Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez at the 25th annual Critics’ Choice Awards.
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Jennifer Lopez’s highly anticipated skin care line, called JLo Beauty, launched on Jan. 1 with eight products such as a cleanser, moisturizer, face mask, eye cream, serum and a dietary supplement. The products are meant to help achieve Lopez’s signature glow with the help of ingredients like squalene, fermented oil, extra virgin oil and leaf extract. The brand is available at Sephora.
“My mom, my aunt, my grandmother, all of them used olive oil as a beauty product [on] hair when it got too dry, on your face and your body, on the belly when you’re pregnant,” Lopez told WWD. “What it does for the skin is amazing, [but] nobody wants to smell like a salad. So, it was like, how do we take the olive and create something that is proprietary to us?”

Halsey at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2019.
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Halsey kicked off the year of celebrity beauty brands with the launch of her makeup brand, About-Face, in January. The singer teamed with Jeanne Chavez and Dineh Mohajer, the founders behind Hard Candy and Smith & Cult, to launch the brand initially with three color collections that offered glitter and metallic options.
The singer has become known for her constantly changing beauty look. A self-proclaimed beauty junkie, Halsey has regularly sported glittery and graphic makeup looks and many colorful hairstyles over the years.
The brand has since expanded to all makeup categories and has embarked on a yearlong partnership with beauty subscription service Ipsy, which has included About-Face products in its Glam Bag X initiatives.
Kate Upton

Kate Upton for Found Active.

Model Kate Upton teamed with HatchBeauty Brands in January to launch her new wellness brand, Found Active. The brand launched with two dietary supplement powders, two gummy supplements and skin care products, such as face and body spray, exfoliating pads and face serums. Found Active also offers a liquid eyeliner that is formulated with clay.
“All of these things help you live the best, more fulfilled life or they aid you to be able to do that,” Upton told WWD. “Everyone is so busy these days and having that extra energy boost and obviously immune support is so important right now, being able to recover from a long day with your kids or working out or stressful work and having that restful sleep.”
Priyanka Chopra Jonas

Priyanka Chopra Jonas at a Michael Kors fashion show in 2019.
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Priyanka Chopra Jonas ventured into the hair care category this February. The actress launched her hair care brand, Anomaly, exclusively at Target and teamed with beauty brand creator and incubator Maesa for the line.

Sustainability is at the core of the brand, and each product is housed in recyclable bottles with the shampoo and conditioner bottles using 100 percent PCR content and the hair mask using 70 percent. The line is also meant to be accessibly priced, with all products at $5.99.
“We are going to constantly push innovation to be able to reach a place where we’re amazingly sustainable, but at the same time have superior product for a very affordable cost,” Chopra Jonas told WWD. “We’ve spent less on the bottle and spent so much more on the product. And it’s better for the earth than most. It’s a step in the right direction, and you can afford it. I think it’s the trifecta of that — that was the gap for me.”
Olivia Palermo

Olivia Palermo attends the 2019 Glamour’s “Women of the Year” awards gala.
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Influencer and designer Olivia Palermo debuted her namesake beauty brand in May, which she created in partnership with Paris-based Marie Claire Beauty Group. The skin care and makeup line launched direct-to-consumer with four products, including an illuminating serum, a matte lipstick, a mattifying mist and an eye shadow palette.
“I wanted to create a beauty line that follows my own ethos on fashion — something that fits my mood, but also provides a timeless look that everyone can rely on in a pinch,” Palermo told WWD in a statement. “It’s a collection that mirrors my beauty routine, focused on elevating the essentials. My approach is trying to find innovative solutions that work not just for me, but for the many, diverse women (and men) that make up our global community. We all have different skin types at all ages. Let’s create heirloom products for everyone.”
Vanessa Hudgens and Madison Beer

Vanessa Hudgens and Madison Beer for Know Beauty.

Actress Vanessa Hudgens and singer Madison Beer teamed this June to launch DNA-based skin care brand, Know Beauty. The women teamed with dermatologist and chief medical officer Dr. Karen Kagha to create the brand, which offers an at-home DNA kit that gives customers a recommended regimen of beauty products based on their results.
“We wanted to join forces and create something that made it easy for girls like us or guys or whoever to be given the answers that they’ve been looking for, and how to actually take care of their personal skin, because everyone’s skin is different,” Hudgens told WWD in an exclusive interview. “When your skin looks great, you feel great. It’s something that we want everyone to be able to feel.”

The brand’s products include cleansers, moisturizers, night creams, serums, masks, eye cream and lip masks.
Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson at the 35th Film Independent Spirit Awards.
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Oscar-nominated actress Scarlett Johansson revealed this June that she is developing a beauty brand, slated to release early next year. The brand is being funded by The Najafi Companies, which is the same minority investor behind Beach House Group.
Johansson did not reveal what the unnamed beauty brand will entail, but in a statement to WWD said: “I’ve been fascinated by the transformative power of beauty since I was a child. My mother instilled in me a passion for self care from my early teenage years. Several years ago, I took a step back from my beauty deals with the goal of creating something true to me. The result is a clean, accessible approach to beauty.”
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade

Gabrielle Union, Dwyane Wade and their daughter Kaavia James Union Wade at the Kids’ Choice Sports Awards in 2019.
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Actress Gabrielle Union and her husband, former NBA star Dwyane Wade, joined forces this June to launch Proudly, a baby care line. Union already runs her own hair care brand, called Flawless by Gabrielle Union.
Proudly offers baby skin care and diaper products that specifically cater to babies with deeper skin tones. The line is slated to launch direct-to-consumer this year and more widely in the mass market next year.
“As we continue to work on new endeavors together, our goal is to always center our work around being the change we want to see while championing diversity, equity and inclusion,” the couple told WWD in a statement. “With Proudly, we’re proud to have a range of products that caters to the unique skin care needs of children of color that are so often overlooked in the mass market.”
Becky G

Becky G at the 2019 European MTV Awards.
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Pop star Becky G partnered with Madeby Collective to create her color cosmetics brand, Treslúce Beauty, this June. The brand debuted in the eye category with an eye shadow palette, eyeliner, makeup brushes and false eyelashes. The brand is inspired by the singer’s Mexican heritage with its packaging drawing inspiration from Talavera pottery.
Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea for Totally Plastic.

Rapper Iggy Azalea looked to the early Aughts for her beauty venture, teaming with BH Cosmetics to launch a new cosmetics line, called Totally Plastic.

The line takes inspiration from beauty trends popular during that time, offering products like high-shine lip gloss, pastel eye shadow colors, highlighters and a glittery lavender travel case.
“What I really wanted to do with this capsule collection was relive my teenage nostalgia,” Azalea told WWD. “If I was gonna put on a baby pink eyeshadow in the early 2000s, I would have sat there all day long, and it never would have been as bright as what it is now. We’ve come so far with that.”
Naomi Osaka

Naomi Osaka at the U.S. Open.

Tennis champion Naomi Osaka launched her skin care brand, Kinlò, in September to offer products catered to those with darker skin tones. The line offers products such as sunscreen, after-sun recovery mist, eye cream and lip balm. The brand’s name is inspired by Osaka’s dual Japanese and Haitian heritages.
“I’m so excited to share Kinlò with you! I founded Kinlò to address a public health need around skin cancer prevention within our POC communities,” Osaka said in a statement on the brand’s Instagram account. “Tennis can be challenging at times, but it has given me this platform which I am so grateful for. It allows me to help others in ways I wouldn’t have imagined otherwise.”
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner at the Vanity Fair Oscar party in 2020.
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Kylie Jenner expanded her beauty empire this September with the launch of her Kylie Baby line. The line launched with four clean, vegan and hypoallergenic products, such as a gentle shampoo, gentle conditioner, bubble bath soap and moisturizing lotion.
Jenner already runs her successful Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin brands, as well as her Kylie Swim brand. She is pregnant with her second child with boyfriend Travis Scott.
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston at the fourth annual InStyle Awards in 2018.
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Jennifer Aniston is one of the many celebrities that has been highly influential in the beauty world, spurring the trend in the late ‘90s of the “Rachel” haircut, which was the hairstyle she sported during her first few seasons of the hit show “Friends.”
Aniston leveraged her well-known hairstyle to enter the hair care category in September with the launch of her LolaVie hair care brand. The brand launched with one product, its Glossing Detangler made with ingredients like chia, bamboo, lemon extract and a superfruit complex to protect that hair, add shine and detangle.

Ariana Grande 

Ariana Grande at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards in 2020.
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After teasing the brand on social media, Ariana Grande revealed to fans in September that she is launching her own beauty brand, called R.E.M. beauty. The brand is being made in partnership with Forma Brands, the beauty incubator behind Morphe, Morphe 2, Bad Habit and others. A release date has not yet been revealed, however, the brand will launch with products in the eye category, including eyeliner, eye shadow and mascara.
Toni Braxton

Toni Braxton at the American Music Awards in 2019.
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Grammy-winning musician Toni Braxton ventured into the body care category this September with a vegan line called Nude Sugar available at Ulta Beauty. The line launched with nine products, including two body creams, a body serum, a shower gel and a hair mist. Braxton had worked on the brand for two years prior to its launch.
“My skin as an African American tends to be a little drier,” she told WWD about why she wanted to create the brand. “Since I’m getting up there, just going outside in the sun, and all the years of the things that I’ve done to my body being in the entertainment business, for me, it was having hyperpigmentation or sometimes you get light spots.”
Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen DeGeneres at the 2019 premiere of Netflix’s “Green Eggs and Ham.”
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Longtime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres is the latest celebrity to launch their own skin care line. DeGeneres announced the line, called Kind Science, on her talk show in October, describing the brand as “age-positive skin care.” The brand is launching in late October and a product lineup has not yet been revealed.
“We call it Kind Science because it is kind to animals, it’s kind to skin, it’s kind to the planet and it’s kind to your wallet,” DeGeneres told the studio audience. “So it’s all kind.”
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Almost 27 Years Later, Friends Finally Has Merch

Almost 27 Years Later, Friends Finally Has Merch

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If you’re a Friends fan, you know all about smelly cats, pivoting, and being on a break. True stans can rattle off the snappy one-liners on a second’s notice (“how you doin’?”). And now a new merch collection is putting those quotes on hats, tees, and hoodies—and none other than Jennifer Aniston (a.k.a. Miss Rachel Green) has just modeled the new line.

Aniston debuted the first-ever Friends merch collection by showing off the new assortment on her Instagram page. The actor wore a lilac “I know!’ sweater—a signature Monica line—and paired it with a “We were so not on a break!” hat, which is a cheeky reference to the line Ross often proclaimed following his breakup from Rachel. The assortment is available on Represent and prices range from $30 for tees to $50 for hoodies.
However, the best part about the new line isn’t Aniston cheekily rocking her own show attire. The collection also benefits charity. “Half of my proceeds from this limited drop will benefit @americares, an organization I love,” wrote Aniston. “[It] is working to provide relief, mental health care, and medical aid to communities and individuals affected by Covid-19.” Now, you can rep your favorite show and do good in the process. Phoebe, the ultimate do-gooder, would be proud.
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These Are The 10 Most Influential Fashion Moments of 2020

These Are The 10 Most Influential Fashion Moments of 2020

The online platform Lyst, has released its annual Year In Fashion Report, highlighting some of the most influential fashion moments of 2020.  Although it has been a year different from most, and more stressful than most, there have still been plenty of incredible fashion moments that have generated excitement across the globe.
Lyst compiles its annual fashion report after analyzing the searches of more than 100 million shoppers over the past year. The report is broken down into categories including The Moments That Mattered and Power Dressers. These sections then reveal the moments and individuals that garnered the biggest buzz in terms of searches, sales, news coverage, and social media mentions.
It’s no big surprise that this year’s list of influential fashion moments included regal style from Meghan Markle and Princess Beatrice, as well as Hollywood glamour from Jennifer Aniston and Beyoncé.  The list also saw the re-birth of the power suit thanks to female politicians US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and American representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Harris’ white pant suit was particularly popular.
Current Vogue US cover star Harry Styles became the first man to top this year’s Power Dressers list thanks to his suave, standout style. While the Kate Middleton effect still seems to reign supreme as the Duchess of Cambridge was the only royal to feature on the same list.
Meghan Markle did however make it onto The Moments That Mattered thanks to her emerald green Emilia Wickstead dress which she wore during her final appearance as a senior member of the royal family at the Commonwealth Service in March. Searches for the London-based label soared by 286%.
Elsewhere, continuing to create excitement, in spite of its controversy, the Netflix hit series Emily in Paris was named as part of Lyst’s Screen Style moments of the year. Vogue Arabia’s November cover star Lily Collins stars as the series’ lead Emily Cooper and was responsible for a 342% increase in searches in Kangol bucket hat after her character was featured wearing one.
Looking back on fashion in 2020, Vogue Arabia has compiled a list of the best influential moments from Lyst’s Year In Fashion.
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