Taylor Swift Threw an Epic AMAs After Party

The American Music Awards was a big night for Taylor Swift, and she celebrated in — pun intended — style.

After a show-stopping performance, four award wins that cinched her the record for the most decorated female artist in AMAs’ history, and urging fans to get out and vote on November 6, the “I Did Something Bad” singer capped off the evening with a massive after party alongside some of her best friends.

The guest list included Shawn Mendes, Jack Antonoff (who has collaborated with T. Swift on several albums), Hayley Kiyoko (who performed on Taylor’s Reputation tour) — as well as actor Ruby Rose and Taylor’s longtime hairstylist Riawna Capri. The Swift Squad took the opportunity to share some photos of the evening on Instagram, and needless to say you’ll be pretty disappointed your invites got lost in the mail.

Taylor herself also shared a carousel photo to the ‘gram of herself posing with some of her Reputation dancers, writing, “Getting to perform with people I love this much is a real mood.”

One of her dancers, Robert Green, also posted a photo from the evening along with a sweet tribute to the singer. “So…my #WCW obviously goes to @taylorswift! What a night!” he wrote. “Congrats on winning every single nomination at the AMA’s last night…and more importantly for being such a BOSS when it comes to standing up for what’s right. We need more fearlessness such as yours! It is always and honor working with you.”

It’s been quite some time since Taylor’s epic Fourth of July and birthday parties have graced our social media feeds, and it’s refreshing to see she and some of her squad back together. Even if the old Taylor is technically dead, it’s clear that her party planning skills most certainly are not.

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The Best Concealers With Glowing Sephora Reviews

For something as basic as concealer, finding the perfect one for you can often feel like signing up for every dating app at once: overwhelming. But that’s why you’ve got to love Sephora. When you need intel on the absolute best makeup products, you can always count on the retailer’s reviews, all written by fellow beauty obsessives in search of their own holy grails. As for concealers, the review section is particularly helpful. Narrowing down the vast pool of flesh-colored sticks, pots, and tubes that really perform can be an annoying (and expensive) exercise. Scroll on to find which concealers Sephora shoppers have rated the best for under eyes, acne, and scars.

Blake Lively Is Developing a New Scripted Fashion Series for Amazon

You know you love this news, XOXO. Blake Lively is currently in the process of developing a scripted television series for Amazon that would revolve around the good, the bad, and the ugly of the modern fashion industry. Remind you of a certain fashionable CW drama, Upper East Siders?

The Hollywood Reporter reports that Lively will be closely working alongside with the streaming service for the untitled show. However, one (admittedly very cool) way that it will differ from Lively’s famed Gossip Girl turn is that this series will reportedly also have a strong “merchandising component” alongside it. (Translation: It’s possible that some of the outfits featured on the show can be highlighted and identified for purchase on Amazon’s website.) Amazon is being cagey about what exactly the “culturally relevant” show will entail, but Lively will reportedly only be producing, as opposed to starring.

“I told business affairs I’m going to do this. [Lively] is in Rome, asleep. She’ll wake up to it,” Amazon Studios chief Jennifer Salke explained when making the surprise announcement at this year’s Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit. “She’s a force of nature: ambitious, smart and talented.” Salke compared Lively to someone like Nicole Kidman, who has effortlessly transcended her “actor” title to an astute and in-demand producer.

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Lively with Leighton Meester on the set of ‘Gossip Girl.’

Lively has been blossoming as a producer for over a year now, starting when she signed on to produce the film adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s The Husband’s Secret. (Moriarty wrote Big Little Lies, if you recall.)

As she explained to Glamour last year, getting more woman producers for projects catering to women is one way to help achieve parity in the entertainment industry. “Nobody’s going to fight for you as much as you fight for yourself,” she said. “That said, I know a lot of great men — directors, producers, studio heads — looking to tell stories about women, some because they’re drawn to those stories, some because they’re husbands or fathers and want to see the women in their life represented more accurately, and some just because they look at the numbers. They see, ‘Wonder Woman has replaced religion in America. We should probably invest in female summer movies.'”

Here’s hoping this Amazon project will help achieve that, but for television.

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Camila Mendes Says Seeking Help for Her Bulimia ‘Changed My Life’

Almost exactly one year ago, Camila Mendes opened up for the first time on social media about her past struggles with disordered eating, an admission she made in tandem with announcing her collaboration with Project HEAL, a nonprofit dedicated to providing resources and funding to young people seeking treatment for eating disorders. Since then, she’s continued to speak candidly about her experiences with bulimia, as well as her recent decision to stop dieting once and for all. In her cover interview for the November 2018 issue of Shape, the Riverdale star spoke about how she’s recovering from years of disordered eating, and what made her decide to share this process with her millions of fans and followers.

“I’ve struggled with bulimia. It happened a little bit in high school and again when I was in college. Then it came back when I started working in this industry with fittings all the time and watching myself on camera. I had such an emotional relationship with food and anxiety about everything I put into my body,” Mendes said.“I was so scared of carbs that I wouldn’t let myself eat bread or rice ever. I’d go a week without eating them, then I would binge on them, and that would make me want to purge. If I ate a sweet, I would be like, ‘Oh my God, I’m not going to eat for five hours now.’ I was always punishing myself. I was even anxious about healthy food: Did I eat too much of the avocado? Did I have too many fats for one day? I was consumed with the details of what I was eating, and I always felt as if I was doing something wrong.”

About a year ago, the 24-year-old decided it was time to seek help. “I went to a therapist, and she recommended a nutritionist as well, and seeing both of them changed my life. So much of the anxiety I had about food went away when I started learning more about nutrition. My nutritionist completely cured my fear of carbs. She was like, ‘You need a balanced amount of good, healthy carbs in your life. Have a piece of toast in the morning; have some quinoa at lunch. When you’re eating a little of them all the time, you won’t have this crazy urge to binge. You won’t be scared of carbs anymore because you’re going to realize that eating them isn’t going to make you gain weight,'” Mendes said. “She also cured my addiction to dieting. I was always on some kind of weird diet, but I haven’t been on one since. I’m very proud of myself.”

And while the actor said she still faces some of the same insecurities she did before, she’s found ways to shut them down. “The voices in my head never completely go away. They’re just way quieter now. Every once in a while I’ll look at myself in the mirror and think, ‘Ugh, I don’t like the way that looks.’ But then I’ll just drop it. I don’t let it consume me,” she said. “I think it’s natural to judge or be critical of yourself. Everyone does it. But you can make the decision on the spot that you’re going to conquer it. In those moments I’ll look at myself and say, ‘You’re fine. You look good. This is your prime, so enjoy it.'”

It was that conscious decision to start loving herself just as she is that inspired Mendes to be more open with her followers. “It just felt so necessary for me to speak about those things,” she said. “I realized that I have this platform, and young women and men who look up to me, and there is a tremendous power to do something positive with it. It was definitely a very vulnerable thing to put that out there to almost 12 million people on social media. But that’s who I am. That’s me being authentically myself.” She continued, “As actors, yes, we bring joy to people. But for me, it’s also about what I’m doing for the world, what I’m contributing on a larger scale.”

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Priyanka Chopra Reveals What Makes Her Relationship With Nick Jonas So Good

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are just one of many celebrity couples who became engaged over the summer. And now, in a new interview, the actress is explaining how fiancée life is different than just casually dating.

“I’m excited. It’s a very different feeling,” Chopra told E! News at a Tiffany & Co. event in New York City earlier this week. “I never realized that having a boyfriend and having a fiancé are completely different.” She added, “It just feels different. There’s gravitas. You feel like family, which is just so different.”

Jonas recently said what truly connects him and Chopra is their “love for family and faith,” and she echoed that sentiment to E! News. “We have that in common very much. We’ve known each other for a couple of years but we dated for just a little while, but I think that’s the one thing we really connect on, is our love for family and knowing faith is so important to us,” she said.

At the same Tiffany event, Chopra spoke to People about why she had her heart set on having her engagement ring come from the nearly 200-year-old luxury brand. “Well, I may have dropped that hint. I think we had a conversation about it when we were dating and I’ve always known it had to be Tiffany,” she said. “I just knew it since I was a kid. First, it was Breakfast at Tiffany’s that did it for every girl in the world, and then, of course, Sweet Home Alabama came and put a stamp on it that it has to be Tiffany!”

She continued, “Since I was a little girl, it was just something that was stuck in my head. And I may have said that, and I guess he remembered.”

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Dakota Johnson Just Personally Responded to All Those Pregnancy Rumors

Earlier this week, rumors began swirling that Dakota Johnson and Chris Martin were having a baby together. The evidence came from a party thrown at Martin’s house over the weekend, which included baby blue and pink balloons as decorations. One lucky paparazzo captured some of the balloons flying away, leading many to believe the couple was having some kind of sex reveal party.

But this isn’t the case. Reps for the actress said the shindig was just for her 29th birthday. And now Johnson herself is commenting on the rumors: “Well, the only thing I’m pregnant with is a lot of really good ideas. But not any babies,” she said when asked about it on Ellen on Thursday. “It was my birthday and there were balloons that happened to be pink and blue, and so then I was pregnant. I didn’t know that the balloons were gonna be released. They were just in an arch, but I guess that accidentally happened, one of the ends just got let go. A lot of people congratulated me. A lot of attention! More than just having it be my birthday.”

There was a silly downside to Johnson’s birthday-becoming-headline news, though: She now has to deal with facing the wrath of everyone she didn’t invite. “Now I had to be like, It was just my birthday,” she said, “and all of the people I didn’t invite to my birthday know I had a birthday party.”

“I’m not going to talk about it, but I am very happy,” Johnson told Tatler a few weeks ago when magazine when asked about her relationship with Martin.

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12 Best Leave-In Conditioners for Curly and Natural Hair

Fact: Finding the right leave-in conditioner can make all the difference for women with natural hair. Dousing your strands with a rich, concentrated dose of moisture on the regular not only helps to nourish and hydrate your hair, but also strengthen, protect, and reverse any damage done from heat tools or the elements—especially if your summer involved time spent in salt water.

But while it’s true that just about every hair type and texture can benefit from a post-shower hydrating product, there are a few factors that those with natural hair will want to be sure to keep an eye out for. Since natural hair tend to be coarser and more frizz-prone, it’s important to use a hydrating treatment formulated with ingredients that’ll penetrate curls without weighing them down, like shea butter, aloe vera, and coconut oil. In the end, the ideal treatment will allow your hair to be the best version of itself, all while keeping it healthier for longer—and who doesn’t want that?

To get the scoop on the very best leave-in conditioners out there, we turned to a dozen natural hair bloggers to learn more about their personal favorites, from drugstore classics to luxe creams. Read on below, and get ready to take notes.

Vanessa Hudgens Designed Some Very Sharp Suits for Suistudio

When you think of Vanessa Hudgens‘s style, Instagram #OOTDs of flowy jackets, breezy maxi dresses, and oversized hats likely come to mind. For many, she epitomized a California-boho fashion aesthetic. (Her Coachella outfits have become the stuff of sartorial legend.) Follow her on the red carpet, though, and you might get a different impression: a fanning tulle John Paul Ataker gown, a high-necked DVF number, a Blumarine tweed suit… Really, she’s not interested in being boxed into any one type of dressing. “I think it’s unfair to categorize women, because we’re so many different things—like, I don’t think that your style should be one thing or the other,” Hudgens tells Glamour. “It changes with the way we feel on a daily basis, and [it] should be able to reflect that.”

So, don’t be surprised that her first-ever design collaboration is with a suiting brand.

Hudgens bought her first suit last year, for her 29th birthday—a white two-piece with black buttons. (She documented it on Instagram.) “I was put in a couple of suits over the years for carpets and such, but I’d never had a suit on my own,” she says. “I remember wearing it on my birthday and feeling like I was stepping into my higher self’s shoes, in a sense—I just felt more powerful and strong, feminine and sexy.” The suit was from Suistudio (a friend of hers worked for the brand), which had recently launched as the womenswear-focused offshoot of the Amsterdam-based Suitsupply, which, as the name indicates, specializes in suiting. Fast-forward a few months, and the brand has tapped Hudgens for its first-ever big-name collaboration (and her official foray into design.)

Hudgens felt that Suistudio would make for a good partner because the brand would allow her “to completely design a collection that I thought of from the ground up—which was slightly terrifying because I had never done anything like it before.” Still, she felt the experience was “extremely liberating,” in that it allowed her to “[tap] into my own creative abilities” and make something that felt reflective of her taste. For instance, her love of all-things-retro came across through a Bianca Jagger-inspired white suit (which bears her name), David Bowie-esque mustard separates, and ’70s corduroy.

You can buy Vanessa Hudgens x Suistudio, which launches today, as full looks or as separates, from the blazers and trousers to vests and blouses. Individual pieces start at $99 and go up to $499; full suits range from $499 to $799.

Since buying that first white suit, Hudgens’ personal collection has multiplied. (“I feel like I have at least seven?”) She thinks that this project “might be a way that people’s perceptions of me shift slightly—I’ve been doing this [acting] since I was 13, and I’m turning 30 [this year], I’m not a teenage girl who just wants to run around in the fields and be bohemian. While that’s definitely a core part of who I am, I’m also a businesswoman. I’m branching out into these different ventures, and you want to be able to feel the part.” Now that she’s approaching a milestone birthday, she’s come to learn that “the way you dress is honestly kind of like armor—the way you present yourself to the world is so deeply rooted in the way that you are perceived, so if you want to be a part, dress the part.” For her, that starts with a suit.

Check out the Vanessa Hudgens x Suistudio lookbook (featuring the first-time designer herself as a model) and shop the collection, ahead.

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The Royal Family Twitter Account Messed Up Princess Eugenie’s Fiancé’s Name

No one is immune to pre-wedding jitters, even the people running the royal family’s official social media accounts. As first noticed by BuzzFeed, the official “Royal Family” Twitter account referred to Princess Eugenie’s fiancé, Jack Brooksbank, as “Mr. Jacksbrook” in a Thursday morning message.

Princess Eugenie and Mr. Jacksbrook have invited people from the charities they support into the grounds of Windsor Castle tomorrow — to help celebrate their wedding day,” the tweet read. The message was apparently deleted about an hour later to fix the typo, and the tweet was later reposted with Brooksbank’s correct name. Eagle-eyed royal watchers, though, were quick to screenshot and preserve the error for all of eternity.

The couple will be married tomorrow afternoon at St. George Chapel in Windsor Castle, which you might recall is the same location as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s nuptials earlier this year.

While we’ll all soon be privy to the glory of the latest royal wedding—if you want to watch it live, it’ll air on TLC—many details about Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank’s wedding have already been confirmed. Over 800 guests have been invited to the ceremony, which is significantly larger than what we witnessed with Markle and Prince Harry. Following the ceremony, the couple will attend a customary lunchtime reception with the queen at Windsor Castle, with an evening, black-tie reception then taking place at the bride’s family home, Royal Lodge in Windsor. “The plan is for a marquee to be set up in the grounds and dancing late into the night,” a source told Vanity Fair.

Second royal wedding of 2018, here we come!

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H&M x Moschino: Every Single Piece in the Collection

H&M‘s annual designer collaboration is always incredibly anticipated. Over the years, the Swedish fast-fashion giant has brought limited-edition, more-affordable capsules from major brands like Alexander Wang, Balmain, and Erdem to the masses. In November, it’s Jeremy Scott‘s turn, creating a collection dubbed MOSCHINO [tv] H&M. And we finally got a look at the 60-plus womenswear pieces he designed.

“Whenever I design, I think about my friends,” Jeremy Scott, creative director of Moschino, said in a statement. “The MOSCHINO [tv] H&M lookbook is like a party; celebrating the fun, the pop, the creativity and the energy of the people and the collection.” The campaign images were shot by Marcus Mam and styled by Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele—both frequent collaborators of the designer’s. Modeling the collaboration are Amiaya from season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Bria Vinaite, Barbie Ferreira, Dilone, Scott’s assistant and head of public relations at Moschino, among other very cool folks.

MOSCHINO [tv] H&M includes womenswear, menswear, and—in an H&M designer collaboration first—dog clothing. Ann-Sofie Johansson, H&M’s creative advisor, said of the full assortment: “This is a loud and proud collection for everyone to share in the fun, no matter who you are or where you are from.”

See every single item from the Moschino x H&M collaboration in the gallery ahead—and start thinking of what you’re going to buy when the collection drops on November 8.