Can you guess which supermodel went for a bike ride at the beach?
When Donatella Versace throws a party, a star-studded crowd will attend. Case in point: the designer heralded a new era of Versus Versace and debuted JW Anderson's first capsule collection for the brand last night, and to celebrate, Jaime King, Hayden Panettiere, and Heidi Klum dressed up for the occasion. While both Panettiere and Klum selected dresses from Versace's Spring '13 collection, King took the head-to-toe Versus route. And in doing so, the Hart of Dixie star showed off a much more edged-up, safety-pin-included look. Three different plays on evening glamour (with an apropos Versace rocker-girl twist) and only one can be named "best dressed." Vote for your favorite below!
We caught up with Project Runway host Heidi Klum at an event in LA recently, and the model-mom gave us the scoop on all things style. From her favorite red-carpet looks to what it was like to collaborate with John Galliano at the 2008 Oscars to how she unwinds at home, Heidi didn't spare any detail. And are you're wondering about her beauty routine? Click here now.
POPSUGAR: What's your most memorable red-carpet fashion moment?
Heidi Klum: Definitely John Galliano [for Christian Dior] made a beautiful red dress for the Oscars — it was made for me. So much fabric in the way he draped it around the shoulders. It was stunning how he made this dress. I really felt like Cinderella. That was probably one of my favorite dresses. Obviously, I've had many different dresses, but sometimes it's a dream of mine to have this fairy-tale princess moment. And that was my fairy-tale princess moment to wear that gigantic red dress.
PS: What was the process of collaborating with Galliano like?
HK: He drew it, and then he did the sketches, and it was just so big. Armani has made beautiful dresses for me, but they were closer to the body. I do that most of the time. Another one I loved was in Cannes, that Marchesa made — it was very see-through, but on the most important parts, it had embroideries. It was very beautiful.
As a longtime model and TV personality, Heidi Klum knows a thing or two about putting her best face forward. And Heidi, the spokesperson for Clear Scalp and Hair Beauty Therapy, recently shared with us a few beauty tips and tricks she's garnered over the years. Find out her favorite products, her go-to look, and a what fashion accessory she counts as a beauty must have when you keep reading.
Trainer Andrea Orbeck helps keep Heidi Klum and many other Victoria's Secret models in runway shape, and now she can help you get ready to walk the aisle. Andrea created this 10-minute workout to target all the areas a bride-to-be wants to tone. Even if you're not prepping for your wedding, this workout will work your arms, legs, and abs. Grab a set of dumbbells, and get ready to sweat.
Gwyneth Paltrow has switched gears from promoting her new book, It's All Good, to showing off Iron Man 3 alongside a lederhosen-clad Robert Downey Jr. We're looking at her busy week in this headlines roundup, as well as checking out other top stories including Tom Cruise uncovering his aristocratic heritage, Heidi Klum's 40th birthday party, and more. On Allie: Zara top.
Heidi Klum showed off her fit physique in a printed bikini on Friday while vacationing with her family in Hawaii. The model stayed on shore, where she laid down a beach towel and worked on her tan. Heidi later covered her shoulders, made a few trips to her beach cooler, and stopped to chat with a lifeguard.
Heidi's Hawaiian getaway was not all smiles, though. On Easter Sunday she rescued her son Henry Samuel and two nannies, who were sucked into an ocean riptide. Despite the scary incident, Heidi and Henry returned to the beach on Monday with her boyfriend, Martin Kristen, but headed home soon after. Heidi and her clan landed safely at LAX last night.
Heidi Klum and her boyfriend, Martin Kristen, took Heidi's son Henry Samuel to the beach in Oahu yesterday. The trio were back in the sand after a scary Easter Sunday, when Henry and two nannies were almost swept away by the ocean current. Everyone involved made it to shore safely and it looks like Henry was ready to test out his swimming skills again yesterday. He had help from Martin in the water while Heidi snapped pictures and cheered him on from dry land. Heidi and her family have been in Hawaii since last week, hitting the beach and soaking up the sun, and despite their near drowning experience, also celebrated Easter with an egg hunt. They've since wrapped up their vacation and arrived back in LA last night.
Commercials that sexualize women are nothing new, but the Miss Representation organization now offers a forum for people to call out the worst offenders. Just this week, a sneak peek of Heidi Klum's sexy Carl's Jr. and Hardee's ad showed her seducing a young man with a burger in a Mrs. Robinson-like role. It's this type of commercial that may find itself targeted on Miss Representation's #NotBuyingIt app, which is demoed in the video above. After using the hashtag #NotBuyingIt on Twitter to reject sexist ads, the organization behind the Miss Representation documentary has created an app to centralize all those complaints in one place. With a funding campaign in process, the app would allow users to upload sexist media, connect with supporters, and call out specific companies.