Kylie Jenner

6 Times Kylie Jenner Stepped Out in a Standout Vintage Outfit

6 Times Kylie Jenner Stepped Out in a Standout Vintage Outfit

Between Kim Kardashian’s Marilyn Monroe moment at the Met Gala and Kendall Jenner’s extensive Jean Paul Gaultier collection, it’s fair to say the Kardashian-Jenners have a keen eye for vintage. What you might not have noticed though is that Kylie Jenner, too, has been building her own impressive collection of archival fashion over the years.
Whether it’s a JPG set on the beach or a floral Dolce & Gabbana dress for sister Kourtney Kardashian’s Portofino wedding, the beauty mogul has made standout vintage pieces part of her everyday wardrobe. Over the summer, Kylie put her own twist on a rare Comme des Garçons top and skirt, adorned with 3D hands, from autumn/winter 2007. Most recently, she stepped out on the red carpet at the CFDA Awards in a one-shoulder Thierry Mugler gown dating back to autumn/winter 1999.
Below, see Kylie Jenner’s best vintage looks to date.
February 2021 
Kylie in a printed Versace cut-out top from spring/summer 2005
June 2021 
Wearing a vintage Jean Paul Gaultier conical bra dress from 1987 at the Parsons Awards in New York
May 2022 
Wearing a floral Dolce & Gabbana dress dating back to 1998 while in Portofino, Italy, for sister Kourtney’s wedding
August 2022 
In London wearing a hot-pink top and black skirt, featuring 3D hands, from Comme des Garçons’s autumn/winter 2007 collection
August 2022 
Wearing a vintage Thierry Mugler motorcycle jacket from spring/summer 1997 while out and about in London
November 2022
At the CFDA Awards in an archival Thierry Mugler dress from autumn/winter 1999
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Logomania Has Gone Subtle—Here’s How Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and Zendaya Are Nailing the Look

Logomania Has Gone Subtle—Here’s How Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and Zendaya Are Nailing the Look

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When the logomania trend hit its peak back in 2016, it felt as if everyone was obsessed with covering themselves in designer brand names from head to toe and making sure people knew it. Remember Louis Vuitton’s spring 2016 show, when the signature LV logo pattern used for its bags made their way onto leather coats too? But this season, the label-loving aesthetic is heading in a surprisingly more discreet direction. Yes, logomania can actually be subtle: Celebrities have been sporting abstract or itty-bitty logos that are barely discernible to the eye.
The new iteration of the trend makes sense: While logomania has certainly died down since 2016, it hasn’t entirely left the fashion consciousness. The Fendi by Versace pre-fall 2022 show, for one, showcased pieces which had the two Italian fashion house’s logos morphed into one on coats, bags, and everything in between. But as a whole, fashion has been embracing a quieter sensibility, with labels such as The Row, Khaite, and Bottega Veneta putting forward minimal clothes that exude a stealthy elegance. As a result, designer brands are now taking a more pared-back or abstract approach to their signature logo work, too.
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For Valentino’s spring 2023 show, for instance, the Italian label debuted its Toile Iconographe monogram, which features several “V”s in an artful formation; Zendaya wore the monogram via a coat, skirt, and tights to the brand’s show in Paris last month. Burberry’s spring collection also had the house’s horse logo applied all over onto sheer hosiery, adding a subtle flair to simple looks. Dua Lipa recently wore sheer opera gloves from the collection on her Instagram, and you could barely tell what brand they are.
But it’s not just subtle, all-over prints taking over this season. Miniature logos have also been making an appearance on tank tops, making you squint to see them. Kylie Jenner wore a branded Loewe tank to the show in Paris last month, while actor Sheila Atim wore Prada’s tiny plaque version to its spring Milan presentation. The 2022 version of logomania, then, is clearly all about rocking designer pieces in a much more if-you-know-you-know way—though that spirit of showing off is still alive and well.

Below, more subtle logomania looks that have ruled this season.
Kim Kardashian. Photo: Getty
Irina Shayk. Photo: Getty
Rihanna. Photo: Getty
Dua Lipa. Photo: Getty
Jessica Chastain. Photo: Getty
Sheila Atim. Photo: Getty
Kylie Jenner. Photo: Getty
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Coperni RTW Spring 2023

Coperni RTW Spring 2023

Earlier this year, Bella Hadid was scanned in 3D to create her CY-B3LLA range of NFTs, sending out 11,111 digital versions of herself in the metaverse.

On Friday, the model walked onto a runway in Paris wearing nothing but a thong and stepped onto a podium, where two men proceeded to spray her with a chemical solution, gradually covering her naked body in a white layer. Welcome to the world’s first live-action spray-on dress.

Technology and fashion have always been uneasy bedfellows, but if anyone can make science sexy, then it’s Coperni designers Arnaud Vaillant and Sébastien Meyer, who partnered with Dr. Manel Torres, the inventor of the Spray-on fabric, for the performance.

The geekery didn’t end there. The designers recorded a video of a flower blossoming, and used it to print layers on lenticular fabric to create a hologram. Dresses made from the fabric appeared in the collection and on Kylie Jenner, who sat in the front row. 

Backstage before the show, the married couple, who finish each other’s sentences, said: “It’s an homage to women in general, and the evolution of the morphology and the body through centuries.”

A jacket attached to the back of a dress subtly alluded to the crinolines of the past, yet Vaillant and Meyer are clearly more interested in the future. Outfits with boxy power shoulders were inspired by the block-shaped avatars on game platform Roblox, while a clingy dress with a slashed neckline was a nod to the woman in the red dress in “The Matrix.”

Stripping out all the sci-fi stuff, there were plenty of wearable clothes in the lineup, which checked this season’s trend for boudoir styles, with outfits like negligees pulled diagonally over one shoulder, and paired smashing tailored pants with cropped versions of the bomber jacket, the trench coat and the corduroy jacket.

Following the success of their handblown glass Swipe handbag last season, Arnaud and Vaillant imagined a version made with one kilogram of 18-karat gold, which will be melted down after the show. Likewise, Hadid’s dress can be dissolved and the material reused.

“You can recreate a dress infinitely,” Meyer marveled. Will clothes eventually come in a can? Will recycling textiles take on a whole new meaning? Beyond the wow factor of watching Hadid walk down the runway in her instant dress, the show raised all kinds of fascinating questions about how technology will change the way we clothe ourselves not only in the virtual world, but IRL.

Kylie Jenner’s Massive Closet Has TikTok Comparing It to a Mall — Watch the Video

Kylie Jenner’s Massive Closet Has TikTok Comparing It to a Mall — Watch the Video

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Based on her frequent wardrobe changes, one could assume Kylie Jenner has quite the wardrobe. The makeup mogul went ahead and confirmed those suspicions in a recent TikTok.
In a video posted on Saturday evening, Kylie explained that she had intended to film a complete “get ready with me” video for her followers. However, technical difficulties ensued, and instead, she pivoted to a clip that featured her deciding on a purse. “I’m upset, because I filmed a whole get dressed with me for you guys, and I lost it,” she says. “So now I’m dressed…and you can help me pick a bag.”

Serving as Kylie Jenner‘s virtual stylist is noteworthy enough, but it’s her massive closet that’s drawn the attention of TikTok. The room, which is perhaps bigger than my apartment, features long walls of accessories.

After deciding on a purse, Kylie poses in front of a different section of the closet. Floor-to-ceiling displays are again featured behind her. Taking the camera with her as she prepares to exit the room/miniature mall, she shows followers her sunglasses display, which basically looks like a mall kiosk, complete with mirror. On the back side of her sunglasses, you can briefly see what looks to be a hat display.

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Followers compared the closet to a “whole mall,” with one TikTok user writing, “none of us can relate.” Some noted the appearance of an echo, presumably a reflection of the space’s large size, while others pointed to what sound like music being piped through the room. “The elevator music in the back,” wrote one person. Another added, “The wall behind u is like a billion dollars.”
While some users asked to borrow a purse, another genius wrote, “kylie can you buy me an iphone, my parents won’t because they don’t like iPhone, but they gotta understand quality over quantity.”
As TikTok waits for a closet tour, the jokes continued, with one person writing, “THIS IS A CLOSET??? girl i thought you was at the store.”
This isn’t the first time we’ve gotten a peek at Kylie’s closet. In a previous clip, Stormi made an appearance, trying on Kylie’s many shoes. It appears as if Stormi will definitely have an assortment of clothing to choose from as she ages. In fact, Kylie recently confessed that she does plan to pass down her Met Gala dresses to her daughter.
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Pictures: 23 of Kylie Jenner’s Best Fashion Moments Through The Years

Pictures: 23 of Kylie Jenner’s Best Fashion Moments Through The Years

Kylie Jenner turned 25 on August 10. Whether you’re a loyal Kylie Cosmetics customer, a fair-weather follower, or utterly obsessed with her every move, there’s no denying the sway she has over how young women dress today.
Over the past few years, her influence has extended beyond beauty to encompass the confident style choices she makes for rare red carpet appearances or, far more frequently, on Instagram.
Kylie’s personal taste encompasses designer vintage (how many Birkins?!), and an appreciation for emerging talent. There’s the gowns she’s worn to the Met Gala – are you a fan of her Off-White gown, or lilac feathered Versace?  – and her brimming holiday wardrobe, as showcased on trips to the south of France, the luxury Amangiri resort in Utah, and the Bahamas.
Revisit her best style moments in recent years, below.
September 9, 2021

In a scene-stealing tangerine coat by Off-White, layered atop one of Conner Ives’s cult T-shirt dresses, styled with Sami Miro jeans and a Louis Vuitton twisted box clutch from the house’s collaboration with Frank Gehry.

August 8, 2022

Paco Rabanne’s molten hooded top was the perfect power piece for Kylie to show off on her Instagram feed. She posted stills and a Reel of the metallic top, paired with Sevali Studio jeans, Amina Muaddi wedges, and an itsy-bitsy silver Hermès Kelly bag.


April 10, 2021

Kylie quickly established herself as a fan of Daniel Lee’s Bottega Veneta. This full-look from the Italian house’s spring/summer 2021 collection was a winner.


May 8, 2018

Kylie wore a dress by Phoebe Philo for Céline to attend a dinner in NYC, adding a pair of transparent sandals by Yeezy.

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May 6, 2019

The beauty entrepreneur stole the show on the Met Gala steps wearing a lilac feathered gown by Versace.

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March 6, 2020

Kylie owns several looks by Marine Serre and, as this ensemble proves, is passing on her passion for the crescent moon print to her daughter.


June 4, 2022

Enjoying the blissful sights and sounds of Amangiri in Utah wearing a Diesel dress and a shiny version of its 1DR bag.


June 21, 2018

She traveled to Paris to witness Virgil Abloh’s first show at the helm of Louis Vuitton, opting for a yellow look by the designer.

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February 2016

The Kardashian-Jenner sisters all went for it with a tonal color palette to attend Kanye West’s show at Madison Square Gardens. Just like her sisters, Kylie paired blinged-out embellishment with a shaggy fur jacket and a shredded-hem skirt.


May 22, 2022

The Kardashian-Jenner family were dressed by Dolce & Gabbana for Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s romantic Italian wedding. On the Sunday, Kylie wore a ’90s-era dress from the house.


August 9, 2018

Kylie celebrated turning 21 in a pink satin mini dress in keeping with her party’s Barbie theme.


July 1, 2020

Surrounded by Louis Vuitton shopping bags, Kylie wore a full look by London-based designer Charlotte Knowles.


May 15, 2021

Attending an event in a conical dress by Jean Paul Gaultier while one of her entourage carries her prized Hermès Niloticus Crocodile Retourné Himalaya Kelly bag.

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August 4, 2022

A surprise move from Kylie: she wore pieces from Comme des Garçons’s autumn/winter 2007 collection in London.


February 9, 2019
Kylie opted for a fresh take on classic Hollywood glamour in a thigh-split red dress for a pre-Grammys party.
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August 6, 2022
The beauty mogul has a penchant for offbeat, unusual denim looks. Days before turning 25, she wore this Marine Serre take.
May 1, 2017
Kylie wore a nude gown by Versace for the 2017 Met Gala.
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May 3, 2022
Posing for pictures in a silky corseted bridal look by Off-White, which she wore to attend the 2022 Met Gala after-party.
May 5, 2018
She wore voluminous trousers with a cut-out hoodie and corset-style top by Helmut Lang when out and about in NYC in 2018.
August 6, 2022
Flexing her fashion muscles on a trip to London in a distressed denim skirt, vintage Thierry Mugler motorcycle jacket and The Attico pumps.
March 2, 2020
Kylie has wardrobes full of vintage designer pieces, including these pastel Chanel pieces that she packed for a holiday in the Bahamas.
February 9, 2020
She chose a navy sculptural dress by Ralph & Russo for the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscars party.
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October 3, 2019
Months before Kendall wore the green version to a Brits after-party, Kylie wore an orange metallic Saks Potts look and posted this photo on Instagram.
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In Pictures: The 90 Best Met Gala Outfits of All Time

In Pictures: The 90 Best Met Gala Outfits of All Time

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The Met Gala is where celebrities ascend to style icon status. On the first Monday in May, stars don’t just walk the red carpet, they climb the steps of the Metropolitan Museum in statement couture presenting their interpretation of the exhibition’s theme to the entire world. Unlike an awards show or a premiere, the goal isn’t to shine for a moment, it’s to create a look that resonates for decades. Despite the wealth of designer gowns and bespoke suits, few accomplish that feat, but those who do earn themselves a place in fashion history. The greatest hits—Rihanna’s papal chic, Kate Moss’s golden turban, Sarah Jessica Parker’s tartan Alexander McQueen, Erykah Badu’s glittering top hat, Madonna in a hippie caftan—rank among the best outfits ever to be worn. And their charms wouldn’t have been as compelling on another night.
The gala encourages the kind of innovation rarely seen elsewhere. The Costume Institute’s trove of landmark runway creations serves as an inspiration for guests, allowing them to take on fashion at its most avant-garde. Where else will you see Cardi B and a small army of assistants move a mountainous red Thom Browne train across a pink carpet? Or watch awestruck as Lady Gaga and Brandon Maxwell take their magenta nesting doll ballgown to the streets, much to the delight of New Yorkers. A standout Met look can be performative (Amber Valletta going full baroque in 2004), subversive (Daphne Guinness in a plume of McQueen feathers in 2011), witty Karolina Kurkova’s playful Viktor and Rolf in 2015, or referential (the Olsen twins and their yearly vintage surprise), it just can’t be boring.
The celebration in honor of the “About Time” show was canceled due to the COVID-19 crisis, but fashion’s biggest night returned last year with a fete in honor of ‘America: A Lexicon of Fashion’. In 2022 the party continues with a celebration for the exhibition’s part two, ‘In America: An Anthology of Fashion’. Get a front row seat to all of this year’s red carpet action by tuning into the 2022 Met Gala livestream on Monday, May 2nd at 6 p.m. E.T.
Though the gilded glamour theme this year promises to yield one of the greatest red carpets to date, the bar has been set high, and a look back at the Met’s best and boldest outfits represents fashion at its most inspiring. Here, 90 of the most memorable, daring, and over-the-top outfits ever.
Kate Moss in Calvin Klein, 1995. Photo: Getty
Sienna Miller in Burberry, 2006. Photo: Getty
Sarah Jessica Parker in Alexander McQueen, 2006. Photo: Getty
Charlize Theron in Christian Dior, 2006. Photo: Getty
Elle Macpherson in Calvin Klein, 2005. Photo: Getty
Karolina Kurkova in Viktor and Rolf, 2005. Photo: Getty
Scarlett Johansson in Calvin-Klein, 2004. Photo: Getty
Linda Evangelista in Jean Paul Gaultier Couture, 2004. Photo: Getty
Amber Valleta in a Maggie Norris Couture Corset, John Galliano Skirt, 2004. Photo: Getty
Nicole Kidman in Tom Ford, 2003. Photo: Getty
David Bowie and Iman in Calvin Klein, 2003. Photo: Getty
Carmen Kass in Gucci, 2003. Photo: Getty
Selma Blair, 2003. Photo: Getty
Hillary Clinton in Oscar de la Renta, 2000. Photo: Getty
Demi Moore in Donna Karan, 2000.Photo: Getty
Gwyneth Paltrow in Gucci, 1999. Photo: Getty
Sean Combs and Jennifer Lopez, 1999. Photo: Getty
Elizabeth Hurley in Versace, 1997. Photo: Getty
Madonna in Versace, 1997. Photo: Getty
Naomi Campbell in Versace, 1995. Photo: Getty
Cameron Diaz in Christian Dior, 2007. Photo: Getty
Kate Hudson in Michael Kors, 2015. Photo: Getty
Alexa Chung in Erdem, 2015. Photo: Getty
Rihanna in Guo Pei, 2015. Photo: Getty
Monica Belluci in Dolce and Gabbana, 2014. Photo: Getty
Lupita Nyongo in Prada, 2014. Photo: Getty
Erykah Badu in Givenchy, 2014. Photo: Getty
David Beckham in Ralph Lauren Black Label and Victoria Beckham in Victoria Beckham, 2014. Photo: Getty
Dita von Tesse in Zac Posen, 2014. Photo: Getty
Sarah Jessica Parker in Phillip Treacy and Giles Deacon, 2013. Photo: Getty
Kim Kardashian in Givenchy, 2013. Photo: Getty
Ashley Olsen in Dior, 2013. Photo: Getty
Stella Tennant in Christopher Kane, 2013. Photo: Getty
Scarlett Johansson in Dolce & Gabbana, 2012. Photo: Getty
Rooney Mara in Givenchy, 2012. Photo: Getty
Carey Mulligan in Prada, 2012. Photo: Getty
Naomi Campbell in Alexander McQueen, 2011. Photo: Getty
Michelle Williams in Miu Miu, 2011. Photo: Getty
Madonna in Stella McCartney, 2011. Photo: Getty
Liv Tyler in Givenchy, 2011. Photo: Getty
Gwyneth Paltrow in Stella McCartney, 2011. Photo: Getty
Daphne Guinness in Alexander McQueen, 2011. Photo: Getty
Beyonce in Emilio Pucci, 2011. Photo: Getty
Kirsten Dunst in Rodarte, 2010. Photo: Getty
Oprah in Oscar de la Renta, 2010. Photo: Getty
Marion Cotillard in Dior, 2010. Photo: Getty
Gwen Stefani, 2010. Photo: Getty
Madonna in Louis Vuitton, 2009. Photo: Getty
Tilda Swinton in Prada, 2009. Photo: Getty
Kate Moss in Marc Jacobs, 2009. Photo: Getty
Julia Roberts in Armani, 2008. Photo: Getty
Gisele Bundchen in Versace, 2008. Photo: Getty
Christina Ricci in Givenchy, 2008. Photo: Getty
Renee Zellweger in Carolina Herrera, 2007. Photo: Getty
Cate Blanchett in Balenciaga, 2007. Photo: Getty
Anne Hathaway in Ralph Lauren, 2015. Photo: Getty
Rihanna in Maison Margiela Artisanal designed by John Galliano, 2018. Photo: Getty
Kim Kardashian in Versace, 2018. Photo: Getty
Frances McDormand in Valentino, 2018. Photo: Getty
Amal Clooney in Richard Quinn, 2018. Photo: Getty
Gigi Hadid in Tommy Hilfiger, 2016. Photo: Getty
Zendaya in Dolce & Gabbana, 2017. Photo: Getty
Rihanna in Comme des Garçons, 2017. Photo: Getty
Halle Berry in Atelier Versace, 2017. Photo: Getty
Kylie Jenner in Versace, 2017. Photo: Getty
Katy Perry in Maison Margiela Artisanal designed by John Galliano, 2017. Photo: Getty
Jennifer Lopez in Valentino, 2017. Photo: Getty
Bella Hadid in Alexander Wang, 2017. Photo: Getty
Taylor Swift in Louis Vuitton, 2016. Photo: Getty
Selena Gomez in Louis Vuitton, 2016. Photo: Getty
Lupita Nyongo in Calvin Klein, 2016. Photo: Getty
Karlie Kloss in Brandon Maxwell, 2016. Photo: Getty
Emma Watson in Jean Paul Gaultier , 2016. Photo: Getty
Brie Larson in Proenza Schouler, 2016. Photo: Getty
Beyonce in Givenchy, 2016. Photo: Getty
Blake Lively in Burberry, 2016. Photo: Getty
Florence Welch in Gucci, 2016. Photo: Getty
Solange in Giles Deacon, 2015. Photo: Getty
Miley Cyrus in Alexander Wang, 2015. Photo: Getty
FKA Twigs in Christopher Kane, 2015. Photo: Getty
Lady Gaga in Alexander Wang, 2015. Photo: Getty
Fan Bingbing in Christopher Bu, 2015. Photo: Getty
Cher in Marc Jacobs, 2015. Photo: Getty
Zendaya in Jean Paul Gaultier, 2018. Photo: Getty
Iman in Harris Reed. Photo: Getty
Kim Kardashian in Balenciaga, 2021. Photo: Getty
Cardi B in Thom Browne, 2019. Photo: Getty
Lady Gaga in Brandon Maxwell, 2019. Photo: Getty
Katy Perry in Moschino, 2019. Photo: Getty
Kristen Stewart in Gucci, 2019. Photo: Getty
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Kylie Jenner Owns The Hottest Bag In The World Right Now—And It’s Made of Glass

Kylie Jenner Owns The Hottest Bag In The World Right Now—And It’s Made of Glass

Kylie Jenner is now officially the proud owner of one of the most sought-after accessories in the fashion industry: the Heven X Coperni devil glass handbag. Ahead of a day of press for the Kardashians’ upcoming Hulu TV show, Kylie took to Instagram to unveil her latest fashion score. Naturally, it went down a treat online. “Kylie Jenner with the new Coperni bag is too much for me to handle today,” tweeted fashion researcher, Kim Russell.
The mother-of-two kept the rest of her outfit relatively simple, allowing the hero item to take centre stage. She stuck to an all white palette, including a custom-made tailored jacket and waxed cotton trousers, fashioned by former Central Saint Martins student and Serbian-born designer, Isidora Djurovic. The beauty mogul chose a pair of head-turning zip-detailed heels by Coperni to finish off her business-chic outfit, but ultimately it was her bag (stuffed with Kylie Cosmetics lip glosses, FYI) that stole the show.
Breanna Box and Peter Dupont – the multi-hyphenate masterminds behind the popular glassware company, Heven – partnered up with Coperni to create not one, not two, but three sizzling accessories for the brand’s autumn/winter 2022 runway show. In February, the horn-detailed model Jenner now owns was carried by Gigi Hadid on the catwalk. Elsewhere, both Doja Cat and Tinashe were pictured carrying Heven X Coperni handbags at the Grammys last weekend in Las Vegas.
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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.
Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

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.
Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

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.
Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

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.
Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

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.”
Mark Von Holden/Invision/AP

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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Kylie Jenner Offers a First Look at Her Upcoming Swimwear Line, Kylie Swim

Kylie Jenner Offers a First Look at Her Upcoming Swimwear Line, Kylie Swim

Photo: Instagram/@kyliejenner
Kylie Jenner has given her followers a first glimpse at her upcoming swimwear line, Kylie Swim. A series of three Instagram stories that aired August 16 featured 1980s-style cut-outs and bold, sunset hues with a splash of neon and glitter. Jenner’s first story was her posing for a mirror selfie wearing a lace-up trikini that resembled an ombré sunset. “Working on @kylieswim and I can’t wait to share,” she captioned the photo. The one-piece features a high neck, a crossover detail to snatch the waist, and a barely-there high rise bottom. In the second story, the 24-year-old went on to share some behind-the-scenes polaroids from the set of a Kylie Swim shoot, meaning the swimwear is likely getting shot for release. Her final teaser included a video of a red bustier-style one-piece with a waist cut-out.

The brand’s Instagram has also been updated with one post, of Jenner wearing the same trikini, and says “coming soon” in its bio. The site has already racked up 360K followers at the time of writing, much like her daughter Stormi’s unreleased brand, Kylie Baby, which currently has 885K Instagram followers at the time of writing despite Jenner only hinting at its launch.
Back in May 2021, Jenner had trademarked “Kylie Swim” and “Kylie Swim by Kylie Jenner” but she did not make any official announcements. The trademark requests were for beach cover-ups, headwear, tops, bottoms, footwear, robes, sunglasses, towels, outdoor blankets, and beach bags. However, Jenner has not shared the release date of her new venture yet.
She is not the only Kardashian sister dipping her toes into the swimwear market. While Khloé Kardashian’s Good American brand is already sells bathing suits, Kim Kardashian seemingly confirmed plans to launch her own swimwear line last week. Jenner also filed to trademark “Kylie Body” and “Kylie Hair” in 2019, although she is yet to cash in on categories outside of her eponymous skin and cosmetics brands.
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Travis Scott on Dior, Diamonds and His New Psychedelic Rock Phase

Travis Scott on Dior, Diamonds and His New Psychedelic Rock Phase

PARIS – Guests arriving at the Dior showroom this season had to make their way through a gaggle of kids thronging the pavement: fans of Travis Scott, who was in the building to put the finishing touches on the spring 2022 collection he designed with Dior’s artistic director for men’s wear Kim Jones.
It was just the latest in the multi-hyphenate’s winning streak of collaborations with companies as diverse as Nike, Dover Street Market, McDonald’s, Playstation, Epic Games and Byredo. For Dior, the partnership marks the first time it has created a full collection with a musician.
The line was unveiled today in Paris with a physical runway show on a set that summed up the spirit of the collaboration: a desert-like backdrop covered in oversized blooms inspired by founder Christian Dior’s garden, and cacti symbolizing the musician’s home state of Texas and his creative collective Cactus Jack.

Scott said the mood was influenced by working on the highly awaited sequel to “Astroworld,” his bestselling album from 2018. “I’m in this new album mode where it’s like psychedelic rock,” Scott told WWD. “So even just like the field of cactuses and mushrooms, you might get tripped out.”
Scott and Jones have known each other for a while, and grew closer last year, when the rapper became the unofficial face of the Air Dior capsule collection that the French fashion house developed with Jordan Brand.

“It’s just an amazing relationship, just connecting. He always knows what he wants to do, and I’m kind of like the same way,” Scott said. The two spent six months working on the collection, which includes a new take on the Dior Oblique logo that spells out the word “Jack,” as well as a Western-style double Saddle bag with a stirrup handle.
Scott said he was particularly into the tailoring, having worn a Dior suit to the 2019 Met Gala and other events – and he was impressed with the house’s speed of execution.
“Way quicker than what I thought. You know, any experience when I was younger, trying to get, like, a pair of pants took me a f—ing month. You come to a house and it’s just like, ‘Yep, tomorrow.’ It’s like, ‘Whoa!’” he said with a laugh.
“We tried all different types of silhouettes, taking it somewhere that I usually don’t even go with my own clothing,” he continued, referring to a silhouette of a narrow jacket with flared pants. “We produce more street style things, so to come into a house that does more couture-level, and kind of mesh, it was kind of cool.”
Still, there are plenty of casual options in the lineup, with motifs ranging from Cactus Jack’s signature hand-drawn graphics to python prints.
“I just tried to take some of the textures of what you might see in my backyard on an everyday basis,” Scott explained. “I wanted to make something that felt like you can wear it on the street every day, but it still has some type of way that you can wear it in and out of a major building, or to the bodega – so we just took that journey.”

Travis Scott. 
Courtesy of Dior

Scott said his high-low approach comes naturally. “High-end, and even couture, has always even been in my metaverse of things I like. And I don’t think there’s even a difference going from McDonald’s to Dior. It’s just the things that I like in my natural state,” said the singer, rocking a cactus-shaped pendant studded with diamonds.

“Way too many – enough to blind it out. Probably to count, we’d be here all day,” he said of the necklace, the first custom piece for men designed by Victoire de Castellane, Dior’s creative director of fine jewelry. For the record, it features 2,219 diamonds – in addition to six emeralds and 34 pearls.
Scott has appeared in campaigns including Saint Laurent’s spring 2019 ads, and this week featured in the second issue of Bottega Veneta’s quarterly digital journal. Earlier this year, he launched his Cacti seltzer brand.
He’s also been lauded for his innovative music marketing strategies, such as bundling concert tickets, merchandise and a new album, and staging a virtual concert within Epic’s wildly successful “Fortnite” game. Jones said the performer has a unique ability to speak to young consumers.
“I see things that Travis does, that other people don’t do, that interest me. He’s a leader, not a follower, and I think that’s always really important. You cross different sections of society. The fact that he can do Dior and McDonald’s is testament to him – no one else could,” he said.
As part of the collaboration, Dior will auction off four white shirts hand-painted by artist George Condo to benefit the fashion program created in partnership between Scott’s Cactus Jack Foundation and The New School’s Parsons School of Design.
“That was one of the things that really got me into wanting to do this with Travis, because he understands, like I do, that we need young people to go through the system to be trained to fulfill their dreams,” Jones said.
Scott was among the honorees this month at the annual Parsons Benefit, attending with his on-again, off-again partner Kylie Jenner and their daughter, Stormi. He noted there is a philanthropic element to most of his business ventures.
“I always try to figure out any moment where we can use whatever comes from this to literally try to give back to people that really need this stuff. I launched this foundation with Parsons to help kids in Houston to attend that school,” he said, noting there is a strong pool of talent in Texas.
“There’s way more creatives there. If they had the opportunity to experience these programs, get out their creative ideas, have a viewing for it, it would be amazing. So trying to take this money and fuel these people to bring them more to light, that’s like the super drive behind this whole thing,” he explained.

Up next is his “Astroworld” festival, due to take place in Houston on Nov. 5 and 6.
“We’re back on the streets. I think that’s just one of the craziest things. This is gonna be super dope,” he promised. “I’m really putting a lot into the stage this year. I’m putting a lot into the surrounding, so you’re going to see a lot of different things, a lot of new experiences at this festival.”
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